Calcs
En inglés se usan las siguientes expresiones para referirse a “hacer cálculos”, “sacar tus cuentas”, “hacer tus números”, …
You do the or your: maths / numbers / sums / calculations.
You run calculations.
>> cálculos
– Have you factored (incluir, considerar) the balcony areas in the total area calculations?
– I´m not sure. I need to double-check (repasar, revisar) the numbers. I think I have based (basar) these calculations on internal areas only.
– Yes, please. Make sure you get the calculations right.(asegurarse que los cálculos están bien)
– I have double-checked your numbers and they don´t tally up with mine (coincidir). There appears to be a small discrepancy (discrepancia) in the total number of (el número total de) car parking spaces.
– I think I have miscounted (contar mal) them. I will count them up again (contar). It seems I have only accounted for (considerar, contar) those in the upper parking.
– Can you let me know the parking areas of all blocks as separate figures, please?
– The parking area breakdown (desglose) is as follows: 247sq m in block A and 521sq m in block B.
>> números
1,3,5,7… odd numbers (impares)
2,4,6,8… even numbers (pares)
13, 57, 834, … whole/exact numbers (enteros)
2/5 two fifths
1/3 one third
5^{2 }five squared
5^{3}^{ }five cubed
0.53m nought point five three
528 five hundred and twenty five
1300 thirteen hundred (only for rounded figures between 1100 and 1900, informal English)
25 m^{2} twenty five square meters
10 m^{3} ten cubic meters
>> operaciones
3 + 4 = 7 | |||
informal | 3 and 4 | is / are 7 | |
add 3 to 4 | and you get 7 | ||
formal | 3 plus 4 | is / equals 7 |
10 – 7 = 3 | |||
informal | 7 from 10 | is / leaves 3 | |
10 take away 7 | we are left with 3 | ||
take 7 off from 10 | |||
formal | 10 minus 7 | is/equals 3 |
2 * 4 = 8 | |||
informal | two fours | are 8 | |
2 times 4 | is 8 | ||
formal | 2 multiplied by 4 | is / equals 8 |
8 / 2 = 4 | |||
informal | 3 and 4 | goes 4 | |
formal | 8 divided by 2 | is / equals 4 | |
>> totales
– If we add up (sumar, juntar) all the figures (valores)…
… it comes to a total of (obtener un total de) 295.
… it amounts a total of (suma un total de) 295.
… it totals (hace un total de) 295.
… we arrive at a total of (llegamos a un total de) 295.
… it holds up to 295.
– The total number of parking spaces adds up to (asciende a) 27.