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## The Definition of ‘Weighted Average Cost of Capital

The “weighted average cost of capital” may be defined as the average rate that a company should expect to pay to all its security holders to finance its assets. Conversely, with the …

### How to Choose and Evaluate Your Stock Broker Performance

When you need the assistance of a skilled person to complete the task of your investment it is often difficult to know where to turn. If it is all about finding a good broker who is most suitable for your …

### How to Calculate 0.2 Offset Yield Strength: Formulae with Examples

The yield point or yield strength of a material is defined in materials science and engineering as the stress at which a material begins to deform plastically. Offset Yield Strength is the arbitrary estimate of elastic limit.

It is the …

### How to Calculate Quartiles? Formulae with Examples

Quartiles are the values that divide a list of numbers into quarters. In Statistics, “Quartile’ is one of the values of a variable that divides the distribution of the variable in to four groups having equal frequencies. Thus, Quartile divides …

### How to Calculate Molarity? Formulae with Examples

A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances whose concentration can be varied within in certain limit. For example, x amount of sugar can be dissolved maximum in one liter of water. If we want to …

## What is Digital Mailbox Service

Digital Mailbox Services (DMS) are becoming widely popular as an alternative to the traditional letter box. It is a secured inbox that allows you to receive your business postal mail via Internet directed as per …

## Meaning

“Weighted Average” is an average resulting from the multiplication of each component of a series of observation by a factor reflecting its importance. It is a mean in which each item being averaged is multiplied by a number (called …

### When Sales Tax Become Applicable? And How to Calculate Sales Tax? Formulae with Examples

Sales Tax is a tax, levied on the sale or purchase of goods which is produced or sold for the first time. If any goods is sold subsequently for which sales tax had been paid earlier or sold later without …

### How to Calculate Percent Change in Price and Sales Sheet? Formulae with Examples

In Mathematics, a percentage is a ratio or fraction with 100 where 100 is taken as denominator and the percentage is denoted with “Percent Sign (%)”. For example, 95% equals 95/100. In ancient Rome, long before the introduction of decimal …

### How To Calculate Your Body Fat Percentage With Formulae And Examples

An obese person takes more energy to breathe because it takes his/ her heart to work harder to pump blood to the lungs and to the excess fat throughout the body. This increases workload and that may cause enlarged heart, …