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The formula for computing pro rata coverage is a tool insurance companies use to determine equitable coverage rates. It can also be used to work out equitable payments when more than one insurer provides coverage. More »

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A pro-rata calculator determines gross salary after all the taxes and deductions are included. Users can access pro-rata calculators that determine yearly gross earnings and even use it to speculate the earnings of a new... More »

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Calculating a pro rata share simply means dividing a whole into parts according to ownership or use, according to the Legal Information Institute. For example, if Ms. A and Mr. S own 60 and 40 percent of a company, respe... More »

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Insurance companies use factors such as coverage type, the amount of coverage, driving records, car type, parking location and driving frequency to determine car insurance rates, according to the Insurance Information In... More »

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The simplified formula for aerobic cellular respiration is C6H12O6 (s) + 6 O2 (g) → 6 CO2 (g) + 6 H2O (l) + energy. The cellular respiration process consumes one molecule of glucose, and turns it into adenosine triphosph... More »

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Potassium permanganate, also known as chameleon mineral and Condy's crystals, is a chemical with the formula KMnO4. Potassium permanganate is considered a strong oxidizing agent. It is industrially produced from the reac... More »

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The formula for iron(III) acetate is Fe(CH3CO2)3. It may also be written as Fe(C2H3O2)3, Fe(Ac)3 or C14H27Fe3O18. Iron(III) acetate is most often called basic iron acetate, along with basic iron(III) acetate and iron(III... More »

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