## Your Questions About Odd Calculator

Chris asks…

## If a fertile person has sex on the days prior to and on the day of ovulation, is pregnancy guaranteed?

Or is there still a possibility of the egg not being fertilized?

( I guess I don’t know for SURE that I was ovulating because after I had my youngest baby I didn’t get my period for 7 months. Finally last month I got it and it SEEMED normal. According to an ovulation **calculator** I would have been ovulating on the 27th. I had some spotting which seemed **odd** but when I looked up spotting during ovulation my research concluded that it was a good sign of fertility. A few days prior to and the day of ovulation my husband and I had intercourse. Plus, I already know that I am a fertile person because I have 6 kids already.)

So back to the main question, is it a GUARANTEE that if I was DEFINITELY ovulating and had intercourse am I 100% likely to be pregnant or is there a smaller percentage?

### admin answers:

Even with perfectly timed sex and you know FOR SURE that you ovulated, you only have a 20-25% chance of conceiving. Even that percentage goes down the older you get. So, no, there is no guarantee that you’ll get pregnant.

Lisa asks…

## possible pregnancy? Did it work?

We’re wanting baby #2 and we planned it like this:

cycle started on april 23 and ended on the 28

we engaged in „activities“ may 4 and 5

on may 7th the was **odd**, pink discharge, barely noticable

now, I have mild cramping across my hips, and am extremeley emotional.

Pregnancy pee test came up negative, mayber I took it too soon??

Is it even possible? The Ovulation **calculator** said ovulation was between the third and the fifth…..

With my son I had instant, total misery, from about 2 weeks on, I actually ended up in the hospital, thinking it was my appendix, but I was pregnant. THis time its not like that, but just sore, tenderness on my hips and belly

### admin answers:

It’s possible you took it too soon. However, I didn’t have symptoms until after I got positive hpts, but everyone’s different.

Sandy asks…

## How many calories would you say I need to maintain my weight?

I am 22, 5’6, and 105 lbs. Yes, I know that is thin, but I have always been thin, and do not wish to gain weight. My BMR is 1300. exercise wise, I walk briskly for 2 hours a day, swing on the swing for about 3 hours a day, (**odd** yes, I know, but relaxing) and also shop a lot, and when I work, I am constantly walking around and lifting things. I am generally ALWAYS moving, don’t watch t.v., etc. the laziest thing I do is type at the computer, which I have heard burns some calories as well. And I only do this about an hour a day. I am also vegan. The only things with fat I really eat are tofu, peanut butter, and vegan butter. (On sandwiches) I know I can do this on the weight mainenance **calculator**, but was a little confused because I didn’t know whether my exercise was considered light, moderate, or heavy. How do you categorize that?

### admin answers:

To maintain your weight you need to eat your 1,300 BMR calories and any calories you burn through exercise…that’s per day.

So if you burnt 300 calories in a day through exercising you’d need to eat a total of 1,600 calories that day to maintain.

Nancy asks…

## I need $487.50 by August 9th(today is April 2nd), and i’m only 15?

I need to raise $487.50 by ..August 9th, for a big trip i’m paying for, a new bts wardrobe,and a new graphing **calculator**.Problem is, I’m only 15.i’ve applied everywhere(over 15 applications, ugh!) for nothing.No one will hire me because I’m not 16 yet.i can get a bit from allowance, but I do not have enough crap for a garage sale, and i’m not allowed to sell sutff online.I babysit a bit, but only **odd** jobs, and don’t make much.Can you help me?(: legit stuff only, por favor.ahahaha (:

### admin answers:

Summer is coming up and I started working at age 11. I went to local farms and asked to help out. I was busting my ass big time for $300 a week sometimes! But at age 11, $300 is A LOT of money for a kid. Go try that!

Joseph asks…

## How do you find the p-value of a test statistic with a ti-89 titanium?

I know this is an **odd** question, but does anyone know how to find the p-value on a ti-89 titanium. It is for a statistics class. Let’s say you are given the test statistic of t=1.11 and a sample size of n=4, and it wants you to find the p-value for the right tailed test (or two tailed/left tailed). I need to use my **calculator** to find it, but don’t know how. Does anyone happen to know how to find the p-value with just the test statistic and n value with a ti-89 titatnium?

### admin answers:

Scroll down to page 8 of the source. Read under Student’s t distribution.

Use 1.11 instead of 1.23 and df=3 (since you have 4 observations).

For a left-tailed test, if your t is negative, because of symmetry, you may use the positive t and the appropriate degrees of freedom (one less than the sample size) to get the p-value.

For a two-tailed p-value, multiply the one-tailed p-value by 2.

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