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Hi Jade,

What is the excel formula for if 333 = "Tri", 889 = "dbl", 123, ="sgl", etc.

Thanks!

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      Hi Jade,

      What is the excel formula for if 333 = "Tri", 889 = "dbl", 123, ="sgl", etc.

      Thanks!

      Enter your 3 digit set in cell A1  example 889

      Format the cell 000

      B1 enter this formula

      =VALUE(CONCATENATE(MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),1,1),5)+1,MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),2,1),5)+1,MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),3,1),5)+1))

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        Enter your 3 digit set in cell A1  example 889

        Format the cell 000

        B1 enter this formula

        =VALUE(CONCATENATE(MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),1,1),5)+1,MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),2,1),5)+1,MOD(MID(TEXT($A1,"000"),3,1),5)+1))

        Thanks! The formula below also works!

         

                                  =CHOOSE(MAX(INDEX(COUNTIF(K2:M2,K2:M2),)),"S","D","T")

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          Thanks! The formula below also works!

           

                                    =CHOOSE(MAX(INDEX(COUNTIF(K2:M2,K2:M2),)),"S","D","T")

          Are you sure about this formula? Not working for me.

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            If you think of V Track as Adding 5 to a Number and then eliminating the 1 (first digit in the 2 digit sums), You can then change the add number to say 3.  Then you have a 3 Track or III Track is you wish.

            Has anyone else looked at it this way and tried to use it?  Just wondering if there is any advice on weather to pursue it?

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              If you think of V Track as Adding 5 to a Number and then eliminating the 1 (first digit in the 2 digit sums), You can then change the add number to say 3.  Then you have a 3 Track or III Track is you wish.

              Has anyone else looked at it this way and tried to use it?  Just wondering if there is any advice on weather to pursue it?

              You propose to overlap the groups.
              Keep out the sums and define the digit.

              (0,5,?)
              (1,6,?)
                  ...
              (4,9,?)

              If you are still with pen and paper.

              This is balanced:

              0:012
              1:234
              2:456
              3:678
              4:890

              It would be better, but isn't v-track.

              A tri-track:

              0:012
              1:345
              2:678
              3:9
              Problem with 3 as the rest is 1.

              To improve v-track, change to groups of 2 digits and dump v-track:

              0:01
              1:12
              2:23
              ...
              .:90

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                This Is What I Am Asking about

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                  I forgot 0 = 3

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                    Delta with digit % 10

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                      Delta with digit % 10

                      I have not heard those terms before.  Can you explain?

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                        JavaScript Arithmetic Operators

                        Arithmetic operators are used to perform arithmetic on numbers (literals or variables).

                        OperatorDescription
                        +Addition
                        -Subtraction
                        *Multiplication
                        /Division
                        %Modulus
                        ++Increment
                        --Decrement
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                          Are you sure about this formula? Not working for me.

                          Bob,

                          I did double checked my excel sheet and it does work! Check your inbox for my excel worksheet with all the formulas! Thanks!

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                            JavaScript Arithmetic Operators

                            Arithmetic operators are used to perform arithmetic on numbers (literals or variables).

                            OperatorDescription
                            +Addition
                            -Subtraction
                            *Multiplication
                            /Division
                            %Modulus
                            ++Increment
                            --Decrement

                            I guess I used + to add 3;  I am just curious about using the numbers the same way you would use v-track or mirrors.

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                              I guess I used + to add 3;  I am just curious about using the numbers the same way you would use v-track or mirrors.

                              It isn't v-track as you cannot replace the digit anymore.

                              document.writeln('');
                              for(a = 0; a < 10; a++)
                              {
                                    document.writeln(a, (a+3)%10);
                              }

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