Where is the supposed "c" in the Left Hand Side?

]]>and CAT doesn't require the highest level of Geometry skills or Number theory skills. Beig familiar with UG level mathematics and to some extent PG level would do.

Hmm, its obvious because Cat opens the door for IIMs (best institute for management) just as IIT-JEE (or Jee advanced) opens the way for iits. There the problems are much tougher.

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]]>1 I would like a formula that would show the answer as either positive or negative depending whether the 2nd cell is lower or higher than the primary cell?

2 I would like the same in another cell to show the difference as a percentage + or - ?

3 Also i would like to know a good place to learn more about Excell formula's?

Thanks

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]]>"13. Introduction of the product. If M is a set different from 0 and a is anyone of its elements, then according to No.5 it is definite whether M = {a} or not. It is therefore always definite whether a given set consists of a single element or not.

Now let T be a set whose elements, M, N, R, . . ., are various (mutually disjoint) sets, and let S1 be any subset of its union ST. Then it is definite for every element M of T whether the intersection [M, 8 1 ] consists of a single element or not. Thus all those elements of T that have exactly one element in common with 8 1 are the elements of a certain subset T 1 of T, and it is again definite whether T 1 = T or not. All subsets S1 of ST that have exactly one element in common with each element of T then are, according to Axiom III, the elements of a set P = T, which, according to

Axioms III and IV, is a subset of union T and will be called the connection set [Verbindungsmenge] associated with T or the product of the sets M, N, R, . . .. If T = {M, N}, or T = {M, N, R}, we write T = MN, or T = MNR, respectively, for

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I just do not understand why it is called "product" and how {M,N} can become MN here. Not in general therefore, but in this text. Thank you.]]>

for every natural number *n*. We call this function the *Dirichlet convolution* of *f* and *g*.