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## What is the formula for average?

Average, which is the arithmetic mean, and is calculated by **adding a group of numbers and then dividing by the count of those numbers**. For example, the average of 2, 3, 3, 5, 7, and 10 is 30 divided by 6, which is 5.

## How do you calculate average usage?

**Divide the sum of the measurements by the count of measurements taken**. For example, divide the total daily hours of Internet usage by the number of days that you took measurements. You will end up with the average usage of an activity for the time frame you chose.

## What is the formula for average sales?

To calculate the average sales over your chosen period, you can simply **find the total value of all sales orders in the chosen timeframe and divide by the intervals**. For example, you can calculate average sales per month by taking the value of sales over a year and dividing by 12 (the number of months in the year).

## What is the formula for calculating average monthly?

Once you have all the numbers for each month, **add all the numbers together for each month, and then divide them by the total amount of months**. This will give you the average monthly visitors.

## What is EOQ and its formula?

Also referred to as ‘optimum lot size,’ the economic order quantity, or EOQ, is a calculation designed to find the optimal order quantity for businesses to minimize logistics costs, warehousing space, stockouts, and overstock costs. The formula is: **EOQ = square root of:** [2(setup costs)(demand rate)] / holding costs.

## How do you find the sum of a list in scratch?

Click the Operators button. Looking at the operators in Scratch and BYOB, we see the arithmetic operators at the top of the list: To compute a sum, **drag over one of the “+” blocks to the work area**.

## What is the operating cycle formula?

The operating cycle is the sum of the following: **the days’ sales in inventory (365 days/inventory turnover ratio)**, plus. the average collection period (365 days/accounts receivable turnover ratio)

## What is the profit formula?

The formula to calculate profit is: **Total Revenue – Total Expenses = Profit**. Profit is determined by subtracting direct and indirect costs from all sales earned. Direct costs can include purchases like materials and staff wages. Indirect costs are also called overhead costs, like rent and utilities.