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Gents,currently preparing to go on course for 17th edition and admit to being a bit rusty.on page 128 there is an equation that i cant fathom.can anyone guide me to a site that explains in plain language how to do the calculations in the book thanks
 
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Gents,currently preparing to go on course for 17th edition and admit to being a bit rusty.on page 128 there is an equation that i cant fathom.can anyone guide me to a site that explains in plain language how to do the calculations in the book thanks
Here's an example to the 16th Edition but the principle is the same. Just use reference from the 17th edition tables.

http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Book/3.7.3.htm

Hope it helps!

Warren
 
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passed today. i would recommend the c&g exam success book
 
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