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    From-To notation in a formula

    Hi,
    Say i have a value n, and in a formula i want to represent that n is the number of stuff from t=0 to t=5s. Example: x=y/n(from t=0 - t=5)
    This might be a stupid question but I cant figure out how to properly notate it in a formula :P
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    Re: From-To notation in a formula

    I don't really understand what you're asking. Is there a specific question that you need to know this "process" for?
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    Re: From-To notation in a formula

    No its not a specific problem, i have an equation in my mind, but im not sure how to properly show the 'from-to' notation in a formula.
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