       Re: Table of Values

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• Subject: [mg109567] Re: Table of Values
• From: Albert Retey <awnl at gmx-topmail.de>
• Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 06:07:29 -0400 (EDT)
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```Am 04.05.2010 12:30, schrieb Nicholas Kormanik:
> The Mathematica mini-program below has been useful for solving for x,
> given the other inputs.  It is analogous to a single-shot rifle:
>
>
> x =.
>
> feepercontract := .75
>
> pricepercontract := .73
> numbercontracts := x
>
> totalcost := 8484
>
> Solve[numbercontracts == (totalcost -
>
>
>
> What I'd like to somehow obtain now, however, is a rifle with a clip
> or magazine --- in other words, a TABLE of values.  Below would be an
> example of such a table:
>
> pricepercontract	numbercontracts
> ..73				114
> ..74				113
> ..75				111
> ..76				110
> ..77				108
> ..78				107
> ..79				106
> ..80				104
> ..81				103
> ..82				102
> ..83				101
> ..84				 99
>
>
> Does anyone know if there is a fairly easy and straightforward way of
> setting this up?

feepercontract = .75
totalcost = 8484

results = Table[
{pricepercontract, numbercontracts /. First[Solve[
numbercontracts == (totalcost -
numbercontracts]]},
{pricepercontract, 0.71, 0.84, 0.01}
]

Grid[Prepend[results, {"price per contract", "number of contracts"}],
Dividers -> All]

hth,

albert

```

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