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calculate (something) into (something)

To include a particular amount as one does calculations. When you submit your travel expenses for reimbursement, be sure to calculate gas into the total. Wait, I didn't calculate the tip into each person's total, so we need to give the server more money.
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calculate on (something)

To consider or think about something. He'll have an answer for you soon—he's been calculating on your offer for days.
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calculate on something

Rur. to think about or plan on something. Let me calculate on this a little bit. He's busy calculating on a serious problem.
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calculate something into something

 and calculate something in
to include something in one's calculations. Did you calculate the cost of the cake into the total? Yes, I calculated in all the costs.
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While these findings are certainly not meant to be representative of all investors and their financial decision-making and practices, they enrich current understandings of financial subject formation by unpacking the agencement of various sociotechnical devices and how everyday financial practices and decisions are mobilised, resulting in the emergence of a wide bandwidth of financial subjectivities in ways that could be rational and calculative but also contradictory, defiant or accidental.
Calculative Calculative Garbarino and commitment Johnson (1999); occurs when Baptista (2005); consumers feel Fullerton (2005) that terminating their relationship with a given supplier may lead to economic or social sacrifices.
In this context, a better understanding of costs and their drivers triggered the need for a new calculative tool.
Munch & Move program seem calculative, certain and resolute.
Standardized education is obsessed with modes of thinking that are calculative and instrumental, and the type of reflection Heidegger has in mind "does not yield any utility whatsoever, for it allows us to recognize that there is something that does not have to be 'effective' or useful in order to be" (8-9).
The results obtained from a sample of nursing students and nurses have revealed that the measurements of the three components included in the Professional Commitment--affective, calculative and normative --differed among themselves, as well as the three Components--affective, calculative and normative --included in the Organizational Commitment.
Their use of Calculative Commitment is congruent with Compliance introduced in O'reilly and Chatman's model, and can be even considered as a form of motivation instead of commitment.
When thrown into such societies without the legally sanctioned institution of marriage, as traditionally understood, and so into societies where revisionist and liberal concepts of sex are aspired toward, then what follows is the proliferation of "idol-gazings," to borrow Jean-Luc Marion's term, in which partners exploit each other's bodies to instantiate a version of their own imaginings for maximum pleasure, driven by a logic of calculative utilitarianism that wants merely to find the most effective means to achieve the consequence of maximized pleasure.
Researchers in the area have identified several mechanisms of "trust production": institutional trust, calculative trust, knowledge-based trust, and identification-based trust.
He was of the view that it is a serious threat to members of the legal fraternity as in the recent past successive incidents of kidnappings, physical torture and target killings of Advocates have been taken place which not only speaks a lot of miserable failure of the law enforcement agencies to provide safety and security to Advocates but also looks a calculative move by some hidden hands to target members of the legal fraternity not only to restrain them from doing their professional duties but also to stop them to play their active and due role for the rule for law and supremacy of the Constitution.
In this position paper the authors critiqued pedagogical practices found in both tertiary music education and early childhood teacher preparation that led to students seeing their own subject knowledge and their resulting conceptions of teaching as calculative.
We want to be calculative about how we move that agenda forward instead of taking positions that will come back to haunt us," Kandjoze said.
The cultivation of this mindset has been through a combination of romanticizing the atom and, he borrows from Martin Heidegger, calculative thinking.
In fact the road of the negotiations will be rather bumpy as the parties will be calculative, trying to get maximum gains without running the risk of being labeled the bad guy by the international community.