Equation problem using HP17BII Message #4 Posted by Mike Burns on 16 Feb 2001, 2:12 p.m., in response to message #3 by Mike Burns
The original book equation for (speed walking aerobic fitness points)
PT=(Dx60/T)1)xD1 e.g. (2x60/30)1)x21=5 points Where PT=points,
D=distance(2miles), & T=time(30 minutes). My equation: PM=seconds per
mile(based on 13 minute miles eg 13:21 where PM=21 seconds) I used an
equation for distance to combine two equations into one:
D=(T/(PM/60+13)x60. Therefore;
PT=(T/(PM/60+13)x60)/T1x(T/(PM/60+13)x60)1. When working out equation
in a step by step procedure it only works out properly up to
PM=(T/(PM/60+13)x60)/T1 when I put the rest of the equation in the
answer is way off. What am I doing wrong?
