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From: | Warren Young | Date: | February 1 2008 2:02am |

Subject: | Re: Decimal - Maximum is 30 | ||

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Michael Cole wrote: > I think you missed something in your formula, > > You just have a 1 dimension dealt with here. > > That would be every grain in that line. Yes...so you use three columns to describe normal space. Call them x, y, and z. Or elevation, azimuth and range. Or...

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• Re: Decimal - Maximum is 30 | Warren Young | 1 Feb |

• Re: Decimal - Maximum is 30 | Michael Cole | 1 Feb |

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