The following is the formula for Capacity Utilization: Capacity Utilization, CU = {(Actual Output - Potential Output) / Potential Output}. On the other hand, Capacity Utilization Rate, CUR = {(Actual Output - Potential O... More » World View Social Sciences Economics

Molar heat capacity is the thermal energy needed to raise the heat level of one mole of matter by 1 degree Celsius. The formula is written as joules divided by moles per Celsius degrees. The temperature can also be expre... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

The heat capacity formula is the change in heat divided by the change in temperature. The heat capacity is defined as the amount of heat needed to increase a substance's temperature by 1 degree. More » Science Physics
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The midpoint formula in economics is [(Q2 - Q1) / ((Q1 + Q2) / 2)] / [(P2 - P1) / ((P1 + P2) / 2)]. This formula represents the percent of change in quantity demanded over the percent change in price. More » World View Social Sciences Economics