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A billion is a thousand million. To say she quit over $4M a year is laughable. John Paul Dejoria is worth almost $4 billion

Let's not even think about Compounding Interest and what that would do for his fortune!!!!

And I agree with you John Paul is not only very smart and hard working but also a very nice person which to me means a great deal.

Jim Hill

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I love math also.

► 1000000 / (24 * 60 * 60) = 11.5741

► 1000000000 / (365 * 24 * 60 * 60) = 31.7098

Need to watch your rounding

Stan

Alan,

You are correct. I rounded when I should not have .

► 1000000000 / (365.25 * 24 * 60 * 60) = 31.6881

That is like I zigged when I should've zagged. lol

Stan

You are correct. I rounded when I should not have .

► 1000000000 / (365.25 * 24 * 60 * 60) = 31.6881

That is like I zigged when I should've zagged. lol

Stan

When you're measuring leather for an interior job and it costs $13.50 a square foot and you need to account for waste, do overs, how many pounds for shipping costs, etc. understanding math becomes really necessary.

I don't know how the newer generations are going to do after being allowed calculators in school (verboten in my day)

The computer geeks and scientists can keep their higher math...anything with imaginary numbers

When you're measuring leather for an interior job and it costs $13.50 a square foot and you need to account for waste, do overs, how many pounds for shipping costs, etc. understanding math becomes really necessary.

I don't know how the newer generations are going to do after being allowed calculators in school (verboten in my day)

The computer geeks and scientists can keep their higher math...anything with imaginary numbers

Just remember, taking a square root is a radical activity.