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Mental Math Practice Worksheets by Shilpa Rao
... Using an abacus, a child can do all arithmetic calculations up to 10 digits and master the skill of doing it mentally, without relying on modern devices such as calculators. There are procedures and training methodologies to master abacus use. When children use both hands to move the beads for small and large arithmetic calculations, the quick communication between hands and brain not only stimulates brain cells promoting speedier and faster calculation ability but also promotes quick, ...

Example of Compensation Calculations by Carolyn Clayton
... There are some calculators on the internet which attempt to put a specific figure on a claim, but there are so many variables that it can be hard to get much more than a ballpark estimate from these calculators. Even when there are standard amounts and ranges of compensation for common injuries, the amounts can vary widely depending upon circumstances. For example, the standard compensation range for knee injuries ranges from £8,150 to £56,000, and for head or brain injuries the ...

Get Indexed by Google's Googlebot Right Away, the Right Way by Andrei Smith
... In theory, it is simple - if you have something interesting to someone else, if you build a website with the honest to goodness goal to provide something useful for someone else, that someone else will find you. That is also how the creators of Google describe their main goal, to more or less have a great repository of information, and help people of our planet find useful stuff. In practice, it is not that simple. It is not that simple because there are thousands, possibly even millions of ...

Power and Your PC by Jason Kohrs
... For those interested in getting a good idea of their minimum power requirements, this Power Wattage Calculator is a convenient reference. In addition to checking out the total wattage of a power supply, looking for strong amperage ratings on the 3.3V, 5V, and 12V lines is also recommended, as power supplies with identical total power ratings may distribute the power to the various lines in different quantities. Power supplies come in a few different physical sizes, but the most common are ...

History of World / Regional Search Engines and Directories by Julie Wartes
... The interesting thing is that when you click on auctions it takes you directly to However, the careers and education tab is far more objective. This link provides a menu on the left with a variety of helpful links and then articles with links in the center of the page. The “Search” field is displayed in the center of the page however; it is not very prominent once barraged by ads, premium links and advertisements. The “Advanced search” has an interesting feature which enables people to ...

Finding Your Dream Home by Tara Jacobsen
... With a favorable interest rate, a huge inventory and a helpful real estate industry it would seem that home buying should be simple – but it is not! There is a lot of frog kissing until you find THE ONE, the house that is perfect for you. While there is no magic that can make this process simple, there are some easy things that you can do to make your search shorter and sweeter. First: Sit down and make a list of “gotta haves”. These are the things that you must have in order to have the ...

A Balancing Act: How To Properly Organize Your Checkbook by Jakob Jelling
... Then add any uncleared checks and interest you have earned to this new figure. Finally, compare the final figure to your bank statement. If you discover at this point in time that your bank has unfairly charged you for something, get in contact with them as soon as possible. Also, if you notice any discrepancies the first time around, or can't reconcile your final balance to the bank statement, you might want to double and triple-check your calculations.

Retire Rich with Retirement Planning Calculator by Vichuda Asavamongkolpan
... But let me put it in a very simple way for you, if you simply save $1 a day and assuming that you find a good investment that gives you rate of return at 10%, with compounding interest, that $1 a day in saving will grow to $1 million dollar in 56 years! Not bad right? And if you think that it takes too long, then why not save $2 a day? Ever since we start off our working life, all of us will think of retirement sometimes in our career life and that’s when the IRA, 401K, 403(b), annuities ...

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