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    Its a bit tricky or may be a bit weird... Still please try to help me...

    Suppose I have a number 1234 which becomes 1918.
    I have another number 2596 which becomes 4642.

    So their relation is (x 2) - (550).

    1234 x 2 = 2468 - 550 = 1918.

    That was just an example. If I have 100s of other numbers related with each other like that, is it possible to find their reation, which here in this example was (x 2) - (550)???

    Are there any program which can do it???

    I am expecting a lot from you guys. I hope you will help me...

    Please don't say no.

    Thank you...

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    i think maybe microsoft money might do something on that scale
    Those who dont learn from the past are doomed to repeat It.

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    Yes its possible and the programme needed is called "SPSS" for Windows - but its tricky

    BTW - Skweeky said this - NOT ME - i'm dumb

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    Please... I really need to know...

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    Originally posted by UKMan@2 February 2004 - 05:10
    Yes its possible and the programme needed is called "SPSS" for Windows - but its tricky
    Do you know how it works???

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    Originally posted by fr600+2 February 2004 - 00:14--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (fr600 @ 2 February 2004 - 00:14)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-UKMan@2 February 2004 - 05:10
    Yes its possible and the programme needed is called "SPSS" for Windows - but its tricky
    Do you know how it works??? [/b][/quote]
    SPSS is the only programme I can think of to do that sort of thing, maybe excel too, I don&#39;t know. Yes, I do know how it works, but it&#39;s impossible to explain it in a simple way I&#39;m afraid. SPSS is a very complicated programme and it needs some studying before you can use it...

    If you have the time though, there are plenty of guides on the internet and this thing can really do wonders

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    If you want this to help cheat with your school work, you really would be better learning how to do it yourself.

    It is of course your choice, however in the long run it would be better.

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    Do you have Excel. I am sure it can sort out relationships.
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    Can you please find the relationship between this two numbers:

    First: 5552-127518670
    Second: 1075-752-902-301


    I can tell you a few more couple of numbers tomorrow but the relation is still have to be the same...

    Please Help Me...

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    Do you care to explain why you need the relationship and for what purpose?

    Looks like some cheap calling card numbers
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    <span style='color:blue'>Try not to let your mind wander...it is too small and fragile to be out by itself</span>

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