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Matt

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Posted: Mon Aug 6, 2012
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Hi,

I am organising a tournament where i will have an unknown amount of teams and i need to generate a round robin schedule based on what every amount of teams i get so that there is 3 games played per round and each team can play a maximum of 4 games. Is there anyway to do this with the app.

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Matt
Steve Angelo

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Posted: Fri Sep 6, 2013
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I have 10 teams and 4 fields . Each team will play 7 games I have 2 teams from out of town so am going to give them a later start. My times can be 9:00-10:30 12:00-1:30-3:00-4:30 on Saturday and Sunday.
Lena Avagyan
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In 1994 the decomposition of calciumoxalate monohydrate as a three-step reaction has been investigated by 13 labs using DSC-method. Starting from one identical point all files with the results have been evaluated by objective kinetics by the authors. The evaluation has been performed using a well proved non-linear optimization method. 96 DSC-data sets have been evaluated kinetically several times. The results were analyzed critically on the basis of real model concepts for the course of the dehydration, the CO-split off and of the CO2-split off, respectively. The results allow an optimistic assessment for the application of kinetic procedures to solid state reactions with well-known chemical course investigated by DSC.

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