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Back in 2010, economists Carmen Reinhart and Ken Rogoff published a report that stated countries with a debt-to-GDP (gross domestic product) ratio greater than 90 percent would find it significantly more difficult to grow their economy. Their work was widely cited, and was used as a major part of Paul Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity” budget, but a new study shows that its data is flawed thanks to a mistake many office-workers are familiar with — an incorrect Excel formula. The study from three University of Massachusetts researchers claims a number of flaws in Reinhart and Rogoff’s earlier work, one of which is an Excel coding error that omits data from five countries in the analysis (Next New Deal shows an example of the mistake in its…
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A demonstration of ways to use the IF statement in Microsoft Excel BEST SAW IN FULL DISPLAY, HIGH RESOLUTION.
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It’s currently considered a grind to produce stop-motion video recording– envision creating a clip utilizing the spreadsheet application that lots of trepidation seeing at work every early morning. Joe Penna, better known to the internet as Secret Guitar Man, isn’t really afraid. He and his team tape-recorded a performance against a greenscreen, provided the video clip a mosaic appearance in After Consequences and went ahead to recreate 730 of the frameworks in OpenOffice (and occasionally Excel) … by hand. We don’t need to know exactly how long it took Penna and staff to wrap up their work, however the outcome is most likely the liveliest you’ll ever before get out of an application suggested for invoices and business costs. The completely produced video clip is above; click past the tale break if you prefer to smash optical illusions and see just how the pixelated rumba came to be.
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www.facebook.com You thought you saw everything… Think again GAT-X105 Strike Gundam from Gundam Seed Destiny Anime This is the first drawing on Youtube done with Microsoft Excel exclusively (Autoshape can be used to do lineart, colors, shadows, lighting effects and layers, like some drawing softwares). Just for fun. Real length: 12 hours 56 minutes Suscribe, rate and comment Very special thanks to: Valentina (Gracias por la paciencia T_T) Patolín (Saludos a la distancia compadre =D) And you
LG is bringing its Cinema 3D tech to computers with the new D41P and D42P families of monitors. The 1920 x 1080 displays range in size from 21.5-inches to 25-inches and feature the company’s FPR (Film Pattern Retarder) coating that ditches the heavy active shutter glasses used by many other manufacturers for the lighter passive variety. Both monitors also sport a 5ms response time, an HDMI 1.4 port, and a 2D conversion feature — perfect for whipping up Word docs in eye-popping 3D. Pricing is still up in the air, but the D41P and D42P lines are available in South Korea now and a global rollout will begin in June, with Europe next in line for some flicker-free 3D fun. PR and one more image after the break.
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Question by XManSV: I am making an Excel weight lifting spreadsheet and need help with algebra on a formula ?
Hi, I am trying to make a weight lifting spreadsheet and need to convert a formula for calculating repititions for a given weight into calculating weight for a given number of repititions.
I have simplified it the best I could from the original, but my algebra days are way back and I am at a loss at this point.
I need to solve for W.
M=Max capable of lifting
I had to break the formula across lines as it was too long and went …
If somebody could solve this I would be very grateful as I have the other parts I need figured out.
My plan is to put this on my Windows Mobile phone “pocket” Excel and use it at the gym.
Thanks in advance!
Hi maybe I said it wrong by saying “solve for W”. What I meant was that I need to isolate a single W on one side of the equal sign by itself. This will give me a formula I can plug into a cell, the other values are known, and I will then have my answer for W or weight.
Does this make better sense? I aplogize if I’m not explaing it properly.
Thanks for your responses.
Answer by ubiquitous_phi
Let x = W/M
R -173.525 = -631x + 957.6x^2 – 674.2x^3 + 175x^4
- R +173.525 -631x + 957.6x^2 – 674.2x^3 + 175x^4 = 0
The solver on excel can help find x, given R
eg for a few values,
R = 20 gives x = 0.55
R = 10 gives x = 0.75
R = 3 gives x = 0.94
Then W = M*x
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