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srishail
2010-08-16 16:15:33


GUru see this (http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/6761/16082010204636.png).
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.



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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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