## Your Questions About Odd Calculator

Linda asks…

## Do you ever fear that you are beginning to lose your mind?

I just spent a few minutes trying to change channels of TV with my **calculator**.

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All the time and I have just turned 60 this week. The things I have done are unbelievable like fairly often going out with 2 odd shoes, forgetting to put my skirt on (did have a long black underskirt), going to walk out the hairdressers with the cloak still on, walking out a shop with goods in my hand…..need I go on? Despite all this I think it is just my mind is always so ‚busy‘ and it jumps from one thing to another. My dad is the same and he is 90 and although has done some silly things his mind is really sharp, so I take consolation in this I am not really losing my marbles!

Ken asks…

## In pokemon diamond , what is the best level to EV train a certain pokemon ?

because when I EV train my pokemon around level 35, it seems to be more effective than level 40. At level 35, I realize that the sp. attack rose 13, but when I did the same thing around level 40 , it only rose around 4/5. Is it natural ? or **odd** ?

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EV training happens equally at all levels.

One thing that trainers sometimes forget is the fact that every defeated Pokemon gives EVs, so training at higher levels usually means that it was already (at least partially) EV trained.

So, take your Piplup you got from Prof. Rowan. That Empoleon has been receiving EVs throughout the entire game, so when you try to EV train it, it doesn’t work (you won’t see a big difference). However, if you caught an Empoleon at the same level, and you EV-trained it, it’ll get higher stat boosts.

Another, and probably more important, fact is that a Pokemon gets the EV/4 bonus by lvl 100. It’s not all at once, or all at lvl 100, but rather, spread gradually over the course of its growth.

Hopefully one of those helped.

I have a calculator at my website that predicts how strong a Pokemon should be at a given level, that might help serve your purpose. It keeps track of EVs, calculates IVs, etc., so it’s a useful tool for competitive battling. Check it out, and see if it can help you. Http://www.fierymiloticspokes.webs.com/thecalculator.htm

Mary asks…

## How to go from fraction to decimals?

Please help i need a very quick and simple way to change fractions to decimals. Im going to take a test soon and calculators are not allowed.

Dont say divide numerator by denominator i know how to do that but i need a faster way for bigger numbers like 78/95

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The level of difficulty depends on the number in the denominator (the number divided). If they are going to be relatively small and/or common numbers, there are simple ways.

If the denominator is 1, the decimal is the numerator.

2/1 = 2.0

If the denominator is 2, you either have a decimal of .5 or .0. If the numerator is even, it ends in .0. If the numerator is odd, it ends in .5.

1/2 = 0.5

2/2 = 1.0

If the denominator is 3, you either have a decimal of .3 recurring, .6 recurring, or .0. If when the numerator is divided by 3 has a remainder of 0, the decimal ends in .0. If the remainder is 1, the decimal ends in .3 recurring. If the remainder is 2, the decimal ends in .6 recurring.

1/3 = 0.3333333…

2/3 = 0.6666666…

3/3 = 1.0

If the denominator is 4, you either have a decimal of .25, .5, .75, or .0. If when the numerator is divided by 4 has a remainder of 0, the decimal ends in .0. If the remainder is 1, it ends in .25. If the remainder is 2, the decimal ends in .5. If the remainder is 3, the decimal ends in .75.

1/4 = 0.25

2/4 = 0.5

3/4 = 0.75

4/4 = 1.0

If the denominator is 5, you either have a decimal of .0, .2, .4, .6, or .8. As the quotient of numerator and denominator goes from 0 to 4, it follows the previous mentioned decimals respectively.

1/5 = 0.2

2/5 = 0.4

3/5 = 0.6

4/5 = 0.8

5/5 = 1.0

If the denominator is 9, you either have a decimal of .0, .1 recurring, .2 recurring, .3 recurring, .4 recurring, .5 recurring, .6 recurring, .7 recurring, or .8 recurring. If the quotient of numerator and denominator goes from 0 to 8, it follows the previous mentioned decimals respectively.

1/9 = 0.1111111…

2/9 = 0.2222222…

3/9 = 0.3333333…

4/9 = 0.4444444…

5/9 = 0.5555555…

6/9 = 0.6666666…

7/9 = 0.7777777…

8/9 = 0.8888888…

9/9 = 1.0

If the denominator is 10, your numerator has its last digit in the decimal.

1/10 = 0.1

3/10 = 0.3

6/10 = 0.6

10/10 = 1.0

If the denominator is 100, your numerator has its last two digits in the decimal.

1/100 = 0.01

40/100 = 0.40

37/100 = 0.37

100/100 = 1.0

There are some other numbers with shortcuts of division. Others you would rely on long divisions.

95/78

…..___

78 | 95

Divide 95 by 78, ignoring the remainder. It is 1. Put 1 on the 5, and subtract 78 times 1 from 95.

……..1.

…..————

78 | 95.0

….- 78.0

…..––––

……170

Divide 170 by 78, ignoring the remainder. It is 2. Put 2 on the 0, and subtract 78 times 2 from 17.0.

……..1.2

…..———

78 | 95.00

….- 78.00

….–––––

……170

….- 156

….––––

…….140

Keep on following this and you get the approximate decimal. It comes to about 1.2179…

Lisa asks…

## is it safe to download games on to a TI-84 PLUS silver edition graphing calculator?

need to know if it will mess up the graphing **calculator** in any way.

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Some games may alter some odd things in the calculator, but I’ve never seen a game horribly screw up a calculator before.

George asks…

## Is there any website where I can see football/soccer odds from yesterday?

I need to look up what the odds were in a danish football match that was played yesterday.

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The absolute best site is http://bettingoddshistory.com – don’t mess with the other ones.

They have a web application that is a past odds checker. You can look up old, archived odds from previous sports events… Football, hockey and tennis matches. By using the search, you can find a specific league, country, sport, team or tennis player. You can narrow your search down to exactly what you need.

It’s also possible to search something like „Arsenal Chelsea“ to get the odds from matches that just these two teams have played against each other. You can search a certain date then by using the calendar and clicking in the dates you need.

Best part – There’s an odds calculator where you can click on multiple odds to get the total sum of the odds and also see what the profits would have been.

Saves a LOT of time researchings and the vast imformation on this site helps to INCREASES your chances of winning

(An additional tip: hit the g+1 button while you are there!)

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