## About Monthly Cost Calculator (Formula)

The formula for calculating the Monthly Cost (MC) based on the Total Daily Cost (DC) is as follows:

**MC = DC * 30.41**

Here’s what each component of the formula represents:

- MC (Monthly Cost): This is the total cost incurred in a month based on the daily cost.
- DC (Total Daily Cost): This is the total cost incurred in a single day.

The factor of 30.41 is used to approximate the average number of days in a month, taking into account variations due to leap years.

For example, if the total daily cost is $10, the monthly cost would be:

MC = $10 * 30.41 ≈ $304.10

Keep in mind that this formula provides an estimate and may not account for specific variations in days per month (e.g., February in a non-leap year). If precise calculations are necessary, adjustments may need to be made based on specific date ranges.