## calculate

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• For example if taken physical course, it should calculate grade in science subject.
• Thus it was already much more a complex calculating machine than a clock.
• He calculates he has two thousand weeks left in his life to achieve success.
• So as soon as n is quite big it becomes impossible to calculate.
• It also provides a way for companies to calculate how much profit they will make.
• This information is then sent to the engine control unit which calculates the forward speed.
• He went for six months; but he calculates, now, to stay some time longer. Cited from Elinor Wyllys, by Susan Fenimore Cooper
• "How can you be so cruel when you know how little he calculates?" Cited from The Coxon Fund, by Henry James
• He was therefore worse calculated than any man I ever knew for the communication of knowledge.
• The superior play by the fall was followed by a more calculating style.
• Some advanced models can back-calculate the cooking start time from given finish time.
• I think he calculates that that gentleman will be ready to pay as much as he is asked. Cited from The Bittermeads Mystery, by E. R. Punshon
• Commonly this may be calculated for a county, city, country, another territory, or the entire world.
• The list below shows a few other methods of calculating, though they may not be entirely mental.
• His decision seems to have been instinctive, rather than a calculated career move.
• Calculating the point at which a population begins to slow from competition is also very difficult.
• Therefore, if one of these two values were to be discovered, the other could easily be calculated.
• Merely the look of one who calculates in the interest of a well-shaped purpose. Cited from The Hollow of Her Hand, George Barr McCutcheon
• Using this term one can calculate many things in the same way as for a round tube.
• Any temperature below T base is set to T base before calculating the average.

### Meaning of calculate

• verb Make a mathematical calculation or computation
• verb Judge to be probable
• verb Specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public