(This applies to North America; I assume it's similar worldwide)
The power company has a meter attached to the electrical service; usually either at the point of entry into the building for smaller loads, or at the transformer for larger loads. The meter shows the total kilowatt-hour usage since it was installed (newer digital ones can be reset, I believe) - every month the meter is checked by the power company, and the difference in readings tells them how many kilowatt-hours you've used for the month.
In urban areas, the company may have someone physically inspect the meter every month, or it may have a radio transciever built into it so that it can be read electronically (usually from a vehicle). In rural areas, they may send someone every now and then to check up on it, but you typically read the meter yourself and report how much you've used.
The unit cost for direct materials is computed by adding the materials cost in the beginning work in process inventory to the materials cost for the month divided by the total equivalent production figure.Conversion cost per unit is computed by adding direct labor and factory overhead divided by the total equivalent production figure.
average total assets is computed by dividing the total assets at beginning and ending of a year
By performing a few simple electricity bill calculations, individuals can start on the path to saving money every month on their electricity bills. Take an old electricity bill and find the amount of energy used in the last month (usually expressed in kwh, or kilowatts per hour). Then, divide the total cost of the bill by the total kwh used. This gives the price per kwh. Now, when making energy saving enhancements to the home, you will have a better idea of exactly how much money each change is saving you from month to month through your electricity bill calculations.
# of individuals with a particular phenotype (divided by) total # of individuals in the population
our basic annuity is computed based on your length of service and high-3 average salary. To determine your length of service for computation, add all your periods of creditable service, then eliminate any fractional part of a month from the total.
Yes it is the formula for calculating return on total assets as follows: Return on total asssets = Net income / total assets * 100
Compound interest is when interest is charged on the principal plus the interest. An example is a credit card debt. If you carry a balance from month to month you are charged interest on the total amount owed including the interest from previous months. Simple interest is calculated on the amount borrowed over a fixed amount of time and does not charge interest on the interest.
The cost will surely vary from one country to another. Look at your electricity bill, and divide the total cost by the number of kWh you have been charged. That will give you the cost per kWh.
the average atomic mass is computed by summing all isotopic weights of the isotopes of that element and then dividing this by the the total number of isotopes of that element (note that isotopic mass is exactly the same as atomic weight, except for isotopes).
You need to maintain a total balance of at least 100,000 pesos or its foreign currency equivalent otherwise you will be charged with 300 pesos per month that it is below this limit.
It is the number of times (frequency) that a value in the required class is observed divided by the total number of observations.
VAT stands for Value Added Tax. The VAT 100 shows business how much VAT the business charged their customers, how much VAT to claim, and the total of goods that were sold in a three month period.
It all depends on the terms of the credit card you use. In most if you pay off everything you owe within your month you do not have to pay any interest. So whether you pay what you owe in one go within the month or in three or four proportions spread over your month it should not make any difference just so long as you have paid the total in time. But if you fail to pay off the total amount by the end of your month, then you get charged interest on the amount of the balance you still owe at the end of each month.
An atom is electrically neutral (overall charge is zero) since the total number of protons (positively charged particles in the nucleus) is equal to the total number of electrons (negatively charged particles on the orbits). An atom is electrically neutral (overall charge is zero) since the total number of protons (positively charged particles in the nucleus) is equal to the total number of electrons (negatively charged particles on the orbits).
A proton is positively charged and an electron is negatively charged
* Electricity - total installed capacity: 19,505 MW(2007) * Electricity - Sources (2007) ** fossil fuel - 12,580 MW - 65% of total ** hydro - 6,463 MW - 33% of total ** nuclear - 462 MW - 2% of total But currently(2008-09) government is producing only 12-14000 MW.
According to US Energy Information Administration data for 2009, solar energy (based on electricity net generation kilowatthour billion figures) accounted for just 0.2% of total renewable electricity generated in 2009 and just 0.02% of total electricity generated in 2009. All renewable sources (mostly sourced from hydroelectric) accounted for 10.7% of total electricity generated.
Yes, return on assets means how much income is generated using assets.
electron is negatively charged, not neutral.
Your electricity bill can be one of the most irritating bills to pay each month because you never know exactly how much you will spend on it. The costs can also become difficult to deal with during the summer or winter months. This doesn't always have to be the case, however. It is possible for you to calculate your electricity bill, making it easier for you to anticipate what your costs will be each month. In order to find out how much you are charged, you can start by looking at your electric bill. It will tell you what your total cost was, and how many kilowatt hours you used. When you divide the total cost by the number of kilowatt hours, you will find out how many dollars you are charged per kilowatt hour. Using the kilowatt hours, you can determine exactly how much it costs you to run any given appliance in your home. You would divide the watts of the appliance by 1000 to get the number of kilowatts, and multiply it by the number of hours to get kilowatt hours. Multiply this by the number of dollars per kilowatt hour, and you will know how much the appliance costs you. This can help you keep your energy costs down in the future.
A neutron, as its name suggests is a chargeless particle so it is not negatively charged. The quarks which make up the neutron are charged however, but their total charge adds up to zero.
what percentage of electricity is produced from locally produced oil in Pakistan? when compared to the Pakistan total electricity requirement?
Good question. I worked at the Riviera, a moderate size casino/hotel and our bill was about $350,000.00 a month. The Riv probably only uses 2-3% of the total strips electricity!