Dating range formula

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This fun calculation tempts you to find your dating range from Half Your Age Plus 7 rule.

Text on chart: Standard creepiness rule: Don't date under (Age 2 7) Man: I did some analysis of this with the Census Bureau numbers just last weekend. Comics I enjoy: Three Word Phrase, SMBC, Dinosaur Comics, Oglaf (nsfw), A Softer World, Buttersafe, Perry Bible Fellowship, Questionable Content, Buttercup Festival, Homestuck, Junior Scientist Power Hour is best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.0 or below on a Pentium 3±1 emulated in Javascript on an Apple IIGSat a screen resolution of 1024x1.

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The picture below shows a start date 11/15/2017, adding number 7 to that date returns 11/22/2017 You have now built multiple date ranges using simple mathematics.

An 18-year-old's range is 16-22, whereas a 30-year-old's might be more like 22-46. The second graph is labeled Dating Pool, and is a bell curve. Woman: Did you analysis say anything about the dating prospects of people who spend weekends at home making graphs? Somewhere at the edge of the bell curve is the girl for me.

But as you get older, the dateable age range gets wider. The first chart is labeled Singles, and is a decreasing graph.

This number creates how many days there is between start dates in the date ranges. Example01/04/09 - 01/10/09 ; 01/11/09 - 01/17/09 ; 01/18/09 - 01/10/0911 - 4 = 7, 18 - 11 = 7.

When the formula is copied and pasted to the right, the relative reference in COLUMNS($A: A) changes.

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The picture below shows a start date 11/15/2017, adding number 7 to that date returns 11/22/2017 You have now built multiple date ranges using simple mathematics. An 18-year-old's range is 16-22, whereas a 30-year-old's might be more like 22-46. The second graph is labeled Dating Pool, and is a bell curve.]] Woman: Did you analysis say anything about the dating prospects of people who spend weekends at home making graphs? Somewhere at the edge of the bell curve is the girl for me. But as you get older, the dateable age range gets wider. The first chart is labeled Singles, and is a decreasing graph.This number creates how many days there is between start dates in the date ranges. Example01/04/09 - 01/10/09 ; 01/11/09 - 01/17/09 ; 01/18/09 - 01/10/0911 - 4 = 7, 18 - 11 = 7.When the formula is copied and pasted to the right, the relative reference in COLUMNS($A: A) changes.

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