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*Published on:* Saturday 2nd May 1998* By:* Janus Boye

This is just a sample budget made in MathML, using Presentation Markup. It's viewable in Amaya, and partly in IE4.

You can also return to the "MathML - What's in it for us" article, or view this page with Content Markup (currenly unsupported by both IE and Amaya), or using the EzMath Plugin.

To learn more about MathML be sure to look at the HTML code behind it all!

August | September | October | November | |

Expenses: | ||||

Barber | $10.00 | $10.00 | $10.00 | $10.00 |

Gasoline | $100.00 | $100.00 | $100.00 | $100.00 |

Total: |
$\mathrm{\$10}+\mathrm{\$100}$ | $\mathrm{\$10}+\mathrm{\$100}$ | $\mathrm{\$10}+\mathrm{\$100}$ | $\mathrm{\$10}+\mathrm{\$100}$ |

Income: | ||||

Wages | $1000.00 | $1000.00 | $1000.00 | $1000.00 |

Articles | $300.00 | $300.00 | $300.00 | $300.00 |

amazon.com associate program | $50.00 | $50.00 | $50.00 | $50.00 |

Total: |
$\mathrm{\$1000}+\mathrm{\$300}+\mathrm{\$50}$ | $\mathrm{\$1000}+\mathrm{\$300}+\mathrm{\$50}$ | $\mathrm{\$1000}+\mathrm{\$300}+\mathrm{\$50}$ | $\mathrm{\$1000}+\mathrm{\$300}+\mathrm{\$50}$ |

Surplus/Deficit: |
$\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}$ | $\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}$ | $\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}$ | $\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}$ |

Yield: |
$\left(\frac{\left(\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}\right)}{\mathrm{incometotal}}\right)*\mathrm{100}$ | $\left(\frac{\left(\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}\right)}{\mathrm{incometotal}}\right)*\mathrm{100}$ | $\left(\frac{\left(\mathrm{incometotal}-\mathrm{expensetotal}\right)}{\mathrm{incometotal}}\right)*\mathrm{100}$ |

The State of MathML : Mathematically Speaking (and Stuttering)

XML Namespaces : Universal Identification in XML Markup

The Emperor has New Clothes : HTML Recast as an XML Application