The Need for Do Loops

As described earlier, the starting point for the calculation of a point on a TB-F curve is located to the left of the plotted point by a cumulative volume distance given by the formula for e. The value of e is set at zero at the first point on the curve, gradually increases to one-quarter of D at the middle of the curve, then declines back down to zero at the last point on the curve. Reminder, in all that I'm writing here, the horizontal axis of the chart is linear in cumulative volume, not time, and both e and D are values of cumulative volume. The words distance, length, and duration always refer to an amount of cumulative volume measured along the horizontal axis, not time.

When starting the calculation of a particular ...

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