## 7. Financial

You can use the Financial Sticky Note to perform a variety of financial calculations.

Important!
Financial calculation rules and practices can differ according to country, geographic area, or financial institution.
It is up to you to determine whether the calculation results produced by the Financial Sticky Note are compatible with the financial calculation rules that apply to you.

## 7-1. Financial Calculation Basic Operations

### 7-1-1. To select the type of Financial Calculation

1. Click anywhere on the Paper.

• This displays the Sticky Note menu. 2. Click .

• This creates a Financial Sticky Note and displays a financial calculation type list.

• You can switch between page 1 and page 2 of the type list by clicking [<] and [>]. 3. Click a financial calculation type.

• This switches to a Financial Sticky Note of the type you clicked. For example, clicking [Simple Interest] switches to a Simple Interest Sticky Note.

### 7-1-2. Financial Calculation Example

This section uses a Simple Interest Sticky Note to show basic financial calculation operations.

## 7-17. Quantity Conversion

Quantity Conversion lets you calculate the number of items sold, selling price, or sales amount given the other two values. It also lets you calculate the number of items manufactured, unit variable cost, or total variable cost given the other two values. ### 7-17-1. Quantity Conversion Fields

The following fields appear on the Combined Leverage calculation.

Field Description
SAL Amount obtained from sales
PRC Selling price per unit
QTY Number of units sold
VC Variable cost for this level of production
VCU Variable cost per unit
QTY Number of units manufactured

### 7-17-2. Calculation Formulas

$SAL=PRC\times{QTY}$
$VC=VCU\times{QTY}$