Definitions for "Calculation"
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A series of numbers and mathematical signs that, when entered into a computer, is executed according to a series of instructions.
the procedure of calculating; determining something by mathematical or logical methods
The working out of variations without moving the pieces physically. Though this book has taught you to talk or reason your way through a game, there are many positions that have a purely tactical nature. In such situations the player’s ability to calculate variations accurately takes on great importance. The way to train your combinative (calculative) vision is to study the games of attacking players like Alekhine, Tal or Kasparov. Follow their opening moves and then cover up the rest of the game score. At this point you should endeavor to figure out all the imbalances, the plans, candidate moves, etc. When this is done, calculate each candidate move as deeply as you can, writing down all this information as you go. All these things must be done without moving the pieces around. When you have done all that’s possible (take as much time as you need, we are looking for accuracy; speed will follow with practice), look at the move played, make it on your board and keep repeating the process until the game is complete. Keep a notebook with all your analysis. At first you may not do well, but with practice and effort you will notice real improvement in every aspect of your game.
The working out of variations mentally, without moving the pieces.
Calculation is a solitaire card game. It offers more scope for skill than many similar games; it is sometimes said that a skilled player can win Calculation three times out of five.
planning something carefully and intentionally; "it was the deliberation of his act that was insulting"
A calculation is a deliberate process for transforming one or more inputs into one or more results.
The art or practice of computing by numbers; a series of arithmetical process es set down in figures to arrive at a result. Editor's Note: This process may be either rigorous and exact, or it may be on the basis of estimating. The latter is the most valuable for project management purpose s. It is the distinguishing feature between project accounting for cost control purpose s and financial accounting for fiscal control purposes. [D02682] Webster
cite completion consequence convenient
Trent's in-house engineers prepare calculations for structural components and for fixing components.
Total number of orders delivered in full and on time to the scheduled commit date]/[Total number of orders delivered] Delivery Performance to Request Date: The percentage of orders that are fulfilled on or before the customer's requested date used as a measure of responsiveness to market demand. Delivery measurements are based on the date a complete order is shipped or the ship-to date of a complete order. A complete order must be complete to be considered fulfilled. Multiple line items on a single order with different planned delivery dates constitute multiple orders, and multiple planned delivery dates on a single line item also constitute multiple orders. Calculation: [Total number of orders delivered in full and on time to the customer's request date]/[Total number of orders delivered] Delta Nu Alpha: A professional association of transportation and traffic practitioners.
A combination of numbers, operators, and/or symbols designed to define a specific symbol.
problem solving that involves numbers or quantities
The act or process, or the result, of calculating; computation; reckoning, estimate.
An equation within a database outline, a calculation script, or a report script that calculates a value for a particular member or point in a report.
An expectation based on circumstances.
Keywords:  maintenance, child, paid, work, called
this is when we work out how much child maintenance must be paid. It is also called a child maintenance calculation and a maintenance calculation.