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I have prepared a calculation chart in excel which calculates the steel in kgs required for the given pile.Since there are 6 different types piles with different steel requirement,i used if conditions to solve them in excel.But it is not sufficient,as I cannot write them in summary sheet.Now I calculate the steel in one sheet and then link in the summary,which consumes time,labor and is also error prone...Can you guys help me...I know I 'm being too optimistic on that score...

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Oh geeze,, you have 480 ladybugs in all?!!!

That makes a total combined population of 1,680 critters!

And why did you only take a 1.25% sample?!!

But maybe ladybugs like living in dirt piles better than other backyard areas, so you might not have that many! ;)

That makes a total combined population of 1,680 critters!

And why did you only take a 1.25% sample?!!

But maybe ladybugs like living in dirt piles better than other backyard areas, so you might not have that many! ;)

Nov 07, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The best way to generate that chart is by shooting over a chrono and inputting the data into an external ballistics calculator, such as this one by Hornady:

Ballistics Calculator

It takes some work to gather the data, but it's much more accurate than any generic chart can be. I've used cards generated by a couple of different online calculators and have gotten better than acceptable results out of them with both my match barrelled 5.56 AR carbine and 7.61x51 Savage 10FCP. Good enough to ring 6" steels at 300 yards and 500 yards, respectively.

There are many other web-based calculators that can do the job, just search for "external ballistics calculator" for more.

Ballistics Calculator

It takes some work to gather the data, but it's much more accurate than any generic chart can be. I've used cards generated by a couple of different online calculators and have gotten better than acceptable results out of them with both my match barrelled 5.56 AR carbine and 7.61x51 Savage 10FCP. Good enough to ring 6" steels at 300 yards and 500 yards, respectively.

There are many other web-based calculators that can do the job, just search for "external ballistics calculator" for more.

May 26, 2014 | Optics

cc is a measure of volume, hp is a measure of power. There is no direct conversion between them.

A 453cc motorcycle engine will put out more power than a 453cc pile of bricks. A 453cc steam engine will put out a different amount of power.

A 453cc motorcycle engine will put out more power than a 453cc pile of bricks. A 453cc steam engine will put out a different amount of power.

May 22, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

There is no direct conversion. cc is a measure of volume while horsepower is a measure of power. A 420cc engine may have enough power to drive a car down a freeway, but a 420cc pile of bricks won't.

Mar 04, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

31 degrees. If this is homework, make sure you show your work.

Sep 25, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

There are 27 cubic feet in one yard. IF your estimate of pile size is correct, you have 720 cubic feet witch is 26 yards.

Jul 21, 2013 | Fish

A yard of material is 3x3x3 so that is 27 cubic feet. you have a pile that is 4x15x12 and that is 720 cubic feet. So divide 720 by 27 and you get 26.66 yards

Jul 21, 2013 | Fish

I remember this happening once to my TI-83. I know it's a different calculator. But it happened frequently. Without completely reconfiguring the calculator, you can remove the batteries whenever you see the message and when you start it up again, it should be okay. It may continue to display this message once in a while. I used to just remove the batteries. I don't know if it will work on your TI-84 the way it worked on my TI-83, but I hope this helped!

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May 05, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Without knowing how many cubes we can't tell how high the pile will be. We do know that two 1cm cubes can fit on the base, however, two 1cm cubes can be placed on the cubes that are on the base and the tower of cubes can be stacked to an indeterminable height.

Mar 23, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello this is Baris,

First off all when you say hypotinuse I think it is a 90 Degree triangle. Total of the angles off a triangle is 180 degree. So it is a simple algebra question.

Hypotinuse is 90

Right angle is R

Left angle is L

Total is 180

Equation is 90+ R +L = 180

We are looking for R, so lets arrange our equation.

R= 180 - 90 - L

R= 90 - L

This is our formula for excel

Lets put it in the excel

Type in A1 "hypotinuse "

Type in A2 "Left Angle"

Type in A3 "Right Angle"

Type in B1 90

Type in B2 "whatever the value given for the left angle"

Type in B3 =90-B2

As soon as you change the value in the cell B2, B3 will change by itself. Hope this helps :)

First off all when you say hypotinuse I think it is a 90 Degree triangle. Total of the angles off a triangle is 180 degree. So it is a simple algebra question.

Hypotinuse is 90

Right angle is R

Left angle is L

Total is 180

Equation is 90+ R +L = 180

We are looking for R, so lets arrange our equation.

R= 180 - 90 - L

R= 90 - L

This is our formula for excel

Lets put it in the excel

Type in A1 "hypotinuse "

Type in A2 "Left Angle"

Type in A3 "Right Angle"

Type in B1 90

Type in B2 "whatever the value given for the left angle"

Type in B3 =90-B2

As soon as you change the value in the cell B2, B3 will change by itself. Hope this helps :)

Sep 27, 2009 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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