Can someone tell me or give me an example on how to implement the following
formula. My problem is the negative number!
a = -20
b = 32
x = Value
Thanks in advance, Scott ---
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It is as easy as changing the formula to
Assuming that x is never zero the above works.
b*x = 160
y0+ (-20) 0
y0 - 20 = 140
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003 00:39:26 -0400, Scott Lingerfelt wrote:
:: Can someone tell me or give me an example on how to implement the
::formula. My problem is the negative number!
:: a = -20
:: b = 32
:: x = Value
:: Thanks in advance, Sco
cdb, on 01.10.2003
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On Wednesday 01 Oct 2003 5:39 am, Scott Lingerfelt wrote:|
> Can someone tell me or give me an example on how to implement the following
> formula. My problem is the negative number!
> a = -20
> b = 32
> x = Value
Substituting for a and b gives
y = -20 + 32x
y = 32b - 20
So multiply b by 32 then subtract 20 from the result.