Doing Sums
There are basically four (4) fundamental rules of arithmetic (räkning). De fyra räknesätten är
1) adding, addition 
2 + 3 + 9 = 14 
2) subtracting, subtraction 
9  7 = 2 
3)
multiplying, multiplication 
7 x 7 = 49, or 12 x 12 = 144 
4) dividing, division 
9/3 (...and 9 : 3..!) is 3 


Managing Cash
Cash will come into the company from various sources as
fees are collected for services.
Personal funds can be received for salaries,
interest and dividends on investments,
and rents from incomeproducing
shorttime rental services etc.
Usually this money is in the form of checks but
occasionally cash itself is received.
It is important that all monies received be
deposited into the appropriate bank account on the day they are received.
This
procedure is the best insurance against theft and robberies.
Whenever cash is received you should prepare a receipt
in duplicate.
There are blank forms available at any stationery store.
One copy
must always be given to the person making the payment and the other to be
retained as a record of the transaction.
Now there are some figures missing here, aren't there?
We most certainly will have to add them to the remainder.
Your debt was $2,116 right?
...plus the interest which is still 15% on an annual basis and you owed me this money one year.
$22,116.00 + 15% = ?
Figure out the interest amount first, then add this
amount to the debt.
2 x 4 = 8...
This board is 2 by 6 inches. It's a 2by6 pine board.
I've got two $20bills in my pocket and I'd like to exchange them for quarters, nickles and dimes.
2 x 20 = 40 (two times twenty is 40)
You'll get four quarters for a dollar, usually at least, but not today though.
40 x 4 = forty times four is one hundred and sixty quarters (160 coins)
Now let's say for the sake of the argument that I'd like a 20% commission.
20% of $40.00 is what?
$8.00...right?
Now if you deduct 8 from 40 you'll end up having $32.00 left.
That's not too bad. I mean it's not any major loss is it?
40  8 = 32
½  a half, half a piece, half an apple, 2 halves, two halves
Swedish
0,5 = English 0.5 or .5 (= ½) and is read (pronounced) zero
point five (US) & nought point five (Br),
and actually even the British are
adapting more and more to the US version "zero point five".
Not even a bank teller does anything for free these days.
Temperatur 
Temperature 
100, 90, 80 
212, 194, 176 
40, 30 
104, 86 
20, 10 
68, 50 
0 fryspunkten 
32 freezing point 

0° F (degree Fahrenheit ) 
Centigrade 100 x 9/5 + 32 = Fahrenheit 212 
Fahrenheit 100  32 x 5/9= Centigrade 37.8 
...börjar
bli väl varmt 
...it's in the upper 80s (eighties) 
More
on Doing
Sums,
in English...
Let's
say we have a particle board 120 x 240 cm.
What would the "similar
size" (corresponding, equivalent) be in Canada, Australia, Ireland, the US
or the UK? ...in feet of course..!
Now
the distance between Hallsberg and Stockholm is roughly 250 kilometers (It's a
250 kilometer drive...).
Going by train it's only 220 kilometers. What are these
distances converted into miles?
One
mile equals 1.609 km, so 50 miles is approximately 80 km,
100 miles is approx
160 km etc and a speed limit of 60 miles/hr would equal 96 km/hr.
Let's
say we're out buying the wellknown Swedish tomatoes "Karintorps
tomater".
We may assume the price is 18.00 SEK per kilo when
buying more than a single kilo.
Today we'd like five (5) kilos for a major food & dance festivity out in the
woods at the lake cabin.
One
pound is approximately 0.45 kg so there are roughly two (2) pounds per kilo.
We
write/print pounds like this: lb. when a single pound and lbs.
when two (2) or more.
How many pounds (lbs.) of tomatoes are we buying today?
What's the price per pound (price/lb.)?
pound= lb/lbs 
0.45 kg, 16 ounces 
ounce (oz)= 28.4 gram 
gallon, gal. 
U.S.
(AE)= 3.785 L 
1
qt (AE)= 0.9 L 
Yes, yes, yes..! Sigh!!!!!!!!!!!
1 gallon= 4 quarts = 8 pints
pint 
4.7
dl U.S. (AE),

2 pints= one quart (Qt/qt) 
8 pints= one gallon