Microsoft Excel 2003 (full product)
March 19, 2010 at 15:35:38
Specs: Windows 7/XP Dual Boot, P4/3.1 3gig
 My daughter has a Wireless Broadband plan using a USB modem and the terms are \$50.00 buys her 2gig Internet usage per month with a usage rate of 2.04cents per MB.Periodically she likes to check her balance but the answer is always in dollar terms thus: "You have \$209.06 credit. Credit expires on 29 Mar 2010 (some charges may take 48hrs to be deducted). Your current data rate is \$0.02400 per MB charged per kB or part". She would like to convert that dollar balance to a MB figure so that if she got a balance of say \$120.00 what does that convert to in MBs? She would like to have a table from say \$50.00 to \$300.00.I have tried to nut this out for her but to no avail. Can anyone help?Home Page http://ewen.uuuq.com/

#1
March 19, 2010 at 16:03:10
 Am I missing something or is this as simple as this?Her \$ Balance / 0.024 = Her MB Balance=120 / 0.024 = 5,000 MB

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#2
March 19, 2010 at 23:01:07
 Thank you DerbyDad03, you're right... seems I couldn't see the forest for the trees. In the example she has given (\$209.00) how does that convert to gigabytes or a fraction thereof. I think this is where the confusion is coming in on my part. One expects a Kilo to be a 1000 but not so in the wonderful world of computing!RegardsHome Page http://ewen.uuuq.com/

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March 20, 2010 at 09:51:57