NEED TO FIND A FORMULA TO CALCULATE THE LEAGUE AGE OF PLAYER. THE PLAYERS BIRTHDAY IS 9/7/1997, THE PARAMETERS FOR LEAGUE AGE ARE 5/1/1997 TO 4/30/1998.

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Assuming birthdate is in cell B2:

=IF(B2<DATE(1997,5,1),"Too Young",IF(B2>DATE(1998,4,30),"Too Old","OK"))

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The Window parameters control the width and length of the graphing screen. The distance equation is a formula to use to calculate the distance between two points known by their coordinates. The window dimensions have nothing to do with calculations. Or maybe I don't understand the question.

Sep 25, 2014 | Casio FX-9750GII Graphing Calculator

Some people like to use gloves for batting if they are doing it often enough to cause callouses on the skin. They also help with gripping the bat but at a young age, they shouldn't have any problem. My daughter is an avid softball player, playing three to four times a week, and her hands are perfectly fine without gloves.

Jan 14, 2013 | Baseball & Softball

With two people in the room, the probability that the second person shares a birthday with the first is 1/365 (let's ignore leap years for the time being). Thus, the probability that they DON'T share a birthday is 364/365.

Add a third person. The probability that this person does not share a birthday with either of the first two (assuming they don't share a birthday) is 363/365. Thus, the probability that none of the three share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365).

The probability that a fourth person doesn't share a birthday with any of the first three is 362/365. Thus the probability that none of the four share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365)*(362/365).

See the pattern here? The probability of the n-th person not sharing a birthday is (366-n)/365. Keep adding people and multiplying the terms together until the probability of no one sharing a birthday drops below 0.5 --- which is when the probability of at least one pair sharing a birthday climbs above 50%.

Since this sounds like a homework problem, you'll have to do the rest.

Add a third person. The probability that this person does not share a birthday with either of the first two (assuming they don't share a birthday) is 363/365. Thus, the probability that none of the three share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365).

The probability that a fourth person doesn't share a birthday with any of the first three is 362/365. Thus the probability that none of the four share a birthday is (364/365)*(363/365)*(362/365).

See the pattern here? The probability of the n-th person not sharing a birthday is (366-n)/365. Keep adding people and multiplying the terms together until the probability of no one sharing a birthday drops below 0.5 --- which is when the probability of at least one pair sharing a birthday climbs above 50%.

Since this sounds like a homework problem, you'll have to do the rest.

Apr 21, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

The TI-30 XIIS, like most calculators, cannot do logarithms to base 5 directly. You need to apply the formula:

To calculate the logarithm at base 5 of 25, you key in: 25 [log] [ ÷] 5 [log] [=]

To calculate the logarithm at base 5 of 25, you key in: 25 [log] [ ÷] 5 [log] [=]

Jan 11, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

ok. first things first, percent mens, out of 100. you simply replace the percent with fractions. say you have $400. your workers get 20% of the money made each day. 20 out of 100=1/5 of 100.so your workers get 1/5 of the money which is 400 divided by 5 wich equals 80. i hope this helps. if you still have trouble, serch on the internet for the formula for calculating percent.

Aug 05, 2010 | Adler Royal Royal 1228 Calculator

Fibonacci sequence is the series of numbers 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ...

At first type Fibonacci equation in Y editor with condition x>=0 and then graphing it. See captured images with enlarged form of graph

At first type Fibonacci equation in Y editor with condition x>=0 and then graphing it. See captured images with enlarged form of graph

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http://www.safa.net/index.php?page=logsnresults

1. League [select] 2. Season [select] 3. Province [select]

> view logs < for league table : > view results < for match results.

play on :-)

1. League [select] 2. Season [select] 3. Province [select]

> view logs < for league table : > view results < for match results.

play on :-)

Sep 11, 2009 | Safa Audio Players & Recorders

Use the following formula as an array formula, you need to hit "Shift+Ctrl+Enter" after entering the formula. Lets say you have the Name in column "B", the Age in column "C" and the amount paid in column "D". Here is the formula.

=SUM((B2:B7="Abhilash")*(C2:C7>0)*(D2:D7))

It will calculate the amount paid if the name =Abhilash" and the Agr is greater than zero.

=SUM((B2:B7="Abhilash")*(C2:C7>0)*(D2:D7))

It will calculate the amount paid if the name =Abhilash" and the Agr is greater than zero.

Apr 11, 2009 | Microsoft Works 8.0 for PC

Here is your formula

=IF(A1 < 25,10/100 * B1, 5/100 * B1)

A1 is the Age of client

B1 is the car value

=IF(A1 < 25,10/100 * B1, 5/100 * B1)

A1 is the Age of client

B1 is the car value

Oct 27, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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