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2010-08-16 16:15:33

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ANd My question is bottom section yellow part wher zig zag line containes period 10,20,44,100,and 200. all theses feature in one line to get this what will be the formula.

2010-08-17 10:08:31


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I am sorry, I don't think I have understood the formula you would like to write.

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