Results for: Amounts

In Meteorology and Weather

What is the amount of rainfall?

Amount of Rainfall is simply how much it rained. Related link is a website that shows how much it rained across the nation.
In Rain and Flooding

How amount of rainfall?

How amount of rainfall? I don't understand what your asking, if you mean how dose it rain when its raining, i guess that depends on the storm
In Credit and Debit Cards

Amount of settlement?

You need a more complete question. Try again. Settlement of what? Divorce? Car accident? what state?
In Biology

Stoichiometric amount?

Stoichiometric amount is enough added so there's no excess ofeither product added together. ie: CaOH+ H2CO3 in stoichiometric amounts means both are added sothe final solution (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

If you have gross amount how do you get net amount?

Subtract. Gross is the amount you started with. Net is the amount you have left after some was taken away. (for whatever reason) Examples: If you gross $1000 in earni (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

What is fixed amount?

An amount that cannot be changed, for example: "Children in need would like you to donate a fixed amount of £10" Meaning you cannot donate more or less, £10 exactly.
In Business Accounting and Bookkeeping

What is a budget amount?

Means nothing, or a just a budget amount!
In Math and Arithmetic

What is the amount of in a yen?

I'm pretty sure 1 yin is equal to 1 penny in U.S. currency thus mean 100 yin is equal to 1 U.S. dollar.
In Uncategorized

What is an amount?

An amount is a quantity of something, a total, or sum.
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell amount?

You spelled amount correctly. Example: The cashier gave me thewrong amount of change.
In Uncategorized

What is the initial amount?

The starting amount. In chemistry it would be the amount you havebefore any chemical reactions or changes happen.
In Units of Measure

What amount is a milliliter?

A milliliter is a cubic centimeter. It is an amount equal to 1/30thof a U.S. fluid ounce or 1/5th of a U.S. teaspoon