# LF: Program To Create/Solve Formulas with a range of values

• Jul 30th 2008, 05:39 PM
gkeuler
LF: Program To Create/Solve Formulas with a range of values
Hey guys, im looking for a program to help me with this.

I have this formula

A/50=D
B/49=E
C/48=F

DxExF=Z

With

"A"- Being A value between 1-50
"B"- Being A value Between 1-49
"C"- Being A value between 1-48

Im looking for a program in which I can create that formula, then ask it to calculate all possible variations of that formula using the ranges of values for "A", "B" and "C".

Then perhaps output it in a format so im able to look over it later when for example I want to the answer if A=12 B=8 C=4, or any combination.

Anyone have some advice? dont think ill be competent to use a opensource program with only a command prompt, a interface would be nice.
Worst comes to worst I can always breakout a pen and pad and do the 50x49x48=over one hundered thousand variations the old school way.

• Jul 30th 2008, 08:47 PM
mathceleb
attached.

if you need to see the iterations after 65,000, let me know and I"ll create a sheet2 for viewing. The (a,b,c) the program is on is located at the bottom in the status bar.
• Jul 30th 2008, 10:36 PM
CaptainBlack
Quote:

Originally Posted by gkeuler
Hey guys, im looking for a program to help me with this.

I have this formula

A/50=D
B/49=E
C/48=F

DxExF=Z

With

"A"- Being A value between 1-50
"B"- Being A value Between 1-49
"C"- Being A value between 1-48

Im looking for a program in which I can create that formula, then ask it to calculate all possible variations of that formula using the ranges of values for "A", "B" and "C".

Then perhaps output it in a format so im able to look over it later when for example I want to the answer if A=12 B=8 C=4, or any combination.

Anyone have some advice? dont think ill be competent to use a opensource program with only a command prompt, a interface would be nice.
Worst comes to worst I can always breakout a pen and pad and do the 50x49x48=over one hundered thousand variations the old school way.