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# How to count number of terms

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How to count number of terms [#permalink]

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03 Aug 2006, 21:05
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Guys,

Can any of you post the right formula for counting number of terms.

For eg: number of terms between 10 and 99 inclusive and also exclusive.

Thanks

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03 Aug 2006, 21:26
no. of terms between 2 numbers a and b (where b>a)
is b-a+1 this includes both a and b.

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