# Sharing the Rent or Expenses by Income

 Divide Rent Two Ways Here: *********** Name **************** Income Enter Monthly Rent or Total Monthly Expenses Here => Amount Each Should Pay: * Percent => % * Percent => % Calculate => Example => Type in each person's approximate Monthly Income! And the Total House-Hold Expenses or the Rent or Mortgage Payment! This Divides the Expense in a Fair way according to Incomes!
 Divide Rent Three Ways Here: *********** Name **************** Income Enter Monthly Rent or Total Monthly Expenses Here => Amount Each Should Pay: * Percent => % * Percent => % * Percent => % Calculate => Example => Type in each person's approximate Monthly Income! And the Total House-Hold Expenses or the Rent or Mortgage Payment! This Divides the Expense in a Fair way according to Incomes!
 Enter Stock Market Level and Percent Change: y1 = 20,000 y2 = -3.5 = % Lost or + 3.5 = % Gained Calculate => => b1 = (1 + y2/100) => b2 = y1/b1 = This Shows Amount Before the Change => b3 = b2/y1 % => b4 = -(1 - b3)*100 = Percent Needed to Recover the Change
 Cost of \$100 of Groceries in 2001 ** Today's Cost = \$128 y1 = 100 = Cost in 2001 y2 = 128 = Cost Today Calculate => => b1 = y1/y2 = .78125 => b2 = 1 - b1 = .21875 => b3 = b2*100 = 21.875 Percent Lost Value => b4 = b1*100 = 78.125 = Value of \$100 Today compared to the value in 2001
 Adding of Fractions Let y2 = Largest Denominator y1 = Numerator = 1 y2 = Denominator = 38.76 y3 = Numerator = 1 y4 = Denominator = 2.78 y5 = Numerator = 2 y6 = Denominator = 3.42 y7 = Numerator = 3 y8 = Denominator = 27.92 Calculate => => b1 = y1/y2 => b2 = y3/y4 => b3 = y5/y6 => b4 = y7/y8 => b5 = b1 + b2 + b3 + b4 => b6 = y1 + y2/y4 + y2*y5/y6 + y2*y7/y8 => b7 = b6/y2 = 1.07775720 b7 = Sum of the Fractions = 1.07775720 b6 = Sum of the Numerators = 41.77386915 The best way to add a group of fractions like this Is to choose the biggest Denominator as the Common Denominator! Then figure out what each Numerator will be! Then add the Numerators and get your answer!