Swisher Streets
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99 out of 42,522 Zip codes match this criteria with an estimated population of 443,397. Expand these stats to that of the world 3,035,749,340 Internet users 52,819 of which have DGCR accounts. .0017% of the internet have DGCR accounts. Meaning 8 people have DGCR accounts in the zip codes mentioned. I will pair this down to North America. 300,287,577 internet users 78 users in the zip codes provided. Approximately 25 people participated in this Secret Santa so 1 out of every 2,113. And 1 our of 678 live in zip codes of these criteria.
Summary: 312% chance it is coming to me :clap: :clap: :clap:
*Note I stand behind none of my math*
I am nearly finished packing up. I always like to send large packages. This year I have told myself minimum value $100. The question becomes will you be receiving one of these packages?
1st Clue: The states I am sending to are either touching my state (illinois) or touching a state that is touching illinois.
2nd Clue: One of these states has more vowels than consonants. (example Arizona falls in this category)
3rd Clue: Two of these states have the same number of vowels as the Username of their recipient.
That's all I have for now. I will post some more teasers later so stay tuned.
Clue #1 - 16 Possible states (I think!)
Clue #2 - 3 Possible states (based on clue #1)
Clue #3 - AEIOU? or is Y included???? Nice clue.
Awesome, I think the odds are in your favor.
Just waiting on some goodies to arrive before my packages go out.
Both of my packages are going to towns with a population of less than 9000.
After reviewing the numbers I realized I misplaced a decimal so it's more like a 32% chance. I'm just surprised Excel was able to tell me how many zip codes multiplied to 600. I like fun clues
I want to know how you did this in Excel.
I want to know how you did this in Excel.
Let's just say I did not count any Y's. Whether there were Y's to count I will never tell
1. Loaded a USA Zip Code database
2. Used a Mid-Text-Column function to separate the number to digits
3. Multiplied the 5 digits
4. If then function to determine if the product was 600, if yes then 1
5. Auto-sum this column =99 therefore 99 meet this criteria
For the population I just multiplied the population of each area code by the 1 from the if then function. And auto-sum gave me the population of those 99 zip codes.