...that would still be weird. Wouldn't you want the count

**to**go from like 0**to 10000**? Why do you care if the count is**1**? What you probably want**to**do is put in a "for" loop (not a...4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 30/03/2014

... Range

**1**= column listing gender of each person Criteria**1**= "F" Criteria Range 2 = column listing net worth Criteria 2 = ">**10000**" Criteria Range 3 = column listing net worth ...1 Answers · Business & Finance · 10/09/2013

... is how many numbers from

**1 to 10000**contain at least**1**one. After you have found**1**one in any... you go on. For example 3111 should only count as one of the numbers that contains...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/04/2012

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**10000**out of every hundred thousand numbers, but not**counting**0**to**9999, but**counting 1**million. So that is 90,001.**1**,000,000 ***10000**/100000 = 100,000 100,000 - 10,000 +**1**= 90,001 Finally, count n0nnnnn...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/11/2006

... In regards

**to counting**higher numbers, one should remember... names for numbers in a**1**, 10, 100, 1000, AND**10000**system. So, where in English we...2 Answers · Travel · 28/08/2010

...course, C might be easier but you d have

**to**compile it. int main() { FILE *fptr; fptr = fopen( myfile.txt , rw ); if (fptr != NULL) { for (n =**1**; n <**10000**; n++) { fptr.write(n); } fclose(fptr); } }3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 22/08/2008

...with binary codes: 00000 ➔ 0 volts 11111 (31) ➔ full scale then 10000 (16) ➔ 20 mV what is 11000 (16+8=24) ➔ xxxx volts if 16 counts ➔ 20mV, that is 20/16 = 1 .25 mV per bit 24 bits would be 1 .25 x 24 = 30 mV ⬅ for...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/05/2009

...quot;C" & Rows. Count ).End(xlUp).Row...) cell.Offset(0,

**1**).Value = Application...in mind it will take a bit of time**to**loop through**10000**rows.3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 24/04/2010

100000/10ml =

**10000**/Xml**10000**= 100000X**1**=Xml Which means you would dilute down**to**1ml**to**have**10000**bacteria. Then you would use a hemocytometer or Coulter counter**to**count the bacteria.2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/12/2007

...ten is chap. Then for 100,000 it is chap-chi-ban. With

**counting**, you would add on the previous numbers you know for instance, chap-chi-ban-it, chap...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/01/2010