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Christopher Smy
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I saw this advert on some site or another. I haven't followed the link, but I'd be slightly surprised if as many as 37% got it right (for a given value of right). So far as I can see (and I'd be happy to be corrected) there are no solutions...

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I know its not actually scripts, but can anyone help?
Query question.
My Formula is =query($P3:$BB11,"select P where Q>0")

I want to copy it across to about 40 new columns, with the P staying, but the Q updating as I copy across. When I copy it, the P and Q don't change; is there a way to make it?

TIA!

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Can anyone here help?
Query question.
My Formula is =query($P3:$BB11,"select P where Q>0")

I want to copy it across to about 40 new columns, with the P staying, but the Q updating as I copy across. When I copy it, the P and Q don't change; is there a way to make it?

TIA!

Query question.
My Formula is =query($P3:$BB11,"select P where Q>0")

I want to copy it across to about 40 new columns, with the P staying, but the Q updating as I copy across. When I copy it, the P and Q don't change; is there a way to make it?

TIA!

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And fans of Sir Terry Pratchett, of course...


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Any thoughts from the wider world??
This may be insanely obvious, but what is the best way to get information (exam specification details) from a table within a PDF file, into a google sheet, so that I can filter, link, search, etc.

copy and paste doesn't work; it puts the entire table row as plaintext in one cell. I feel there should be a way!

TIA!

This may be insanely obvious, but what is the best way to get information (exam specification details) from a table within a PDF file, into a google sheet, so that I can filter, link, search, etc.

copy and paste doesn't work; it puts the entire table row as plaintext in one cell. I feel there should be a way!

TIA!

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Can anyone help justify this label?
Hmm. Not sure about "better" than half price.
Not even really convinced about the "half price" bit...
#badmaths #tescos
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Hmm. Not sure about "better" than half price.
Not even really convinced about the "half price" bit...
#badmaths #tescos
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So we went out for lunch at steakoftheart, and they had a an art gallery, in which there was a "mathematical marionette". Most peculiar, and she wasn't issuing the "+/-" in the quadratic formula!

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