# What formula would I use

#### donnyc

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Hi there I have this formula for density =
 (1-(T+288.9414)/(508929.2(T+68.12963(T3.9863)^2) T = temperature and T is increasing at .001 from 0 Celsius to 10 Celsius. What steps and formula would I use to calculate these 10,000 data points

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1. In cell A1 type 0.001 then in A2 type 0.002, select both cells then copy down until you reach cell A10000 which should = 10
2. In Cell B1 use this formula =(1-(A1+288.9414)/(508929.2*(A1+68.12963)*((A1*3.9863)^2))) and then copy down for the rest of your data in Column A

Dan

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