Your Salary: What Are You Worth? by David Richter
... If you are interested in that approach, salary.com has a neat formula for calculating salary. You can go to their site for more information: If you want to make a lot of money, I suggest you look to your true worth. In most cases, your true worth is far greater than your current compensation. Your worth can be defined by what you bring to the table that is unique and valuable. Look at the skills, strengths, core competencies, marketable assets and accomplishments you can declare as your own.
Google Page Rank Explained by Michael Lawrence
... The formula in it's current form is known only to the engineers at Google but it is fair to say it closely resembles the following formula. PR(A) = (1-d) + d(PR(t1)/C(t1) + + PR(tn)/C(tn))While at first glance this equation can seem daunting, in actuality the concept is not that hard to understand. Let's take a minute to break down the formula and see what conclusions can be drawn. - the page rank ( PR ) of each page from page t1 to tn. (each value of t represents 1 link to webpage ...
NBA Moneyline Parlays by T.O Whenham
... If you are betting an underdog with a positive moneyline then the formula is (1+(moneyline/100)). A $100 two team parlay with a -180 favorite and a +220 underdog, then, would pay $100 * (1+(100/180)) * (1+(220/100)) = $497.78. The result of the calculation isn't your profit – it also includes the original amount of your bet, so your profit would be $397.78. One spot in which an NBA moneyline parlay can be particularly attractive is when you are dealing with underdogs.
Measuring the Difficulty and Merit of SE Positioning Results by John Tello
... A good Search Engine Positioning Index should be: - Reproducible
- Easy to calculate
- Free (or cheap) Then, I propose: Keyword SEPI = Total page results for the keyword searched between quotes in Google * Seomoz.org Keyword Difficulty ^2(to the square) / (Position ^2) Keyword SEPI is: Keyword Search Engine Positioning Index To analyze multi-keyword results, such as those coming from a campaign, a tool or a SEO company, we ...
Texas Holdem Tournament Strategy - Poker Tournament Fundamentals by Rick Braddy
... Bluff for the Pot from Good Positions - as the blinds and antes increase, the size of each hand’s pot becomes substantial. Bluffing for these pots from proper positions (e.g., acting late with a big bet, acting first with a semi-bluff hand and bigger bet) is a good way to hold your own while everyone else struggles against the blinds. 10. Play the Player – the key to winning in poker is to get other players to make the wrong play, which you then profit from.
Pa-Kua Feng Shui Basics by Steven M. Ng
... Xuan Kong (literally "Mysterious Void" in Chinese) is a complete system which includes complicated formulae to calculate optimal positioning and composition of an environment. EIGHT MANSION (PA-KUA) SCHOOL OF FENG SHUI There are a few sub-schools within the Xuan Kong system, including the popular Flying Stars school. The descriptions in this article are based on the Eight Mansion school, also known as the Pa-Kua school. In the Pa-Kua technique, the compass is divided into eight directions, ...
Diet and Exercise Tips by Allison Burr-Miller
... The BMI Formula: weight X (height X height) X 704.55 To calculate your body index, you divide your weight by the product of your height squared. Then you multiply by 704.55. According to BMI medical guidelines, if the number you come up with is 25 or less, you are of normal weight (if it is 18 or less, you are underweight). Body Mass Index calculators, such as the one found at can perform these calculations for you. The only information you need to enter is your sex, height, weight, and ...
Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
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