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16 golfers 2009-03-18
From Bill:
We have 16 golfers. We golf for 5 days, in foursomes. It should work out that each player plays with each other player 1 time exactly.
I just can't figure it out.

Thank you in advance!

Bill

Answered by Claude Tardif and Victoria West.
x^2 = -16 2016-12-12
From A student:
x to the second power = -16

what number solves the equation?

Answered by Penny Nom.
A schedule for 16 teams 2015-10-14
From Ellen:
I will have 16 teams. I would like to figure out how I can have 4 groups of 4 teams playing in hour increments, but never meeting more than once. How do I accomplish this? Thank you so much for any help you can give to me. .
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers for 18 weeks 2015-03-22
From Rose:
We could use a schedule to include the following:
16 golfers
4 foursomes
Each person plays once a week for 18 weeks.
No one plays in same foursome more than 1 or 2 times, or the least amount of time.

Thank you for your kindness.

Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers over 15 weeks 2014-07-11
From Steve:
I need a schedule for 16 golfers over 15 weeks, where each golfer is paired with a different golfer each week and plays 4 matches per week against 4 different pairs (each pair does not have to play each week)
Answered by Penny Nom.
More on the scheduling of 16 golfers in 4 rounds 2013-08-26
From Peter:
I see your formula for 16 players 4 rounds.
Is it possible to get the players into different groups each day.
E.G Player 1 in group 1 the first day,
Group 2 the second day,
Group 3 the third day,
Group 4 the fourth day.
Then so on through the players.

Answered by Victoria West.
Golf for 16 2013-07-31
From Graylin:
I am going on a golf trip and we have 16 players and need to know a formula that will allow us to all play together at some point in the 4 rounds we are playing. If not possible please provide best case. Thanks.
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers 2013-07-31
From Pat:
16 golfers...3 nine hole rounds a day...for 4 days. what are the best pairings for the fewest repeats of partners?
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers in 2 groups of 8 2013-06-15
From Derek:
we are 16 golfers.2 groups of 8."A" group & "B" group.We are playing 4 rounds,4 players at a time,2 from each group.We don't want to play with or against the same person twice.IE we want to play with 7 different people each day.Is it possible ?-thanks-Derek
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers over 15 days 2013-04-02
From Mark:
16 golfers, each plays the other 15 golfers once each over 15 days. played in four foursomes each day. What is schedule that allows each golfer to play with other golfers an equal number of times?
Answered by Victoria West.
Golf for 16 in 7 rounds 2012-08-16
From Elizabeth:
Hello, I am trying to sort out golfing for 16 guys for 7 rounds. However the twist is that the teams are broken down into 8 old boys vs. 8 young boys. Ideally, each of the players would only play each other once within their own team and then twice within all of the matches. Is that possible? Thanks for your help, my brain is hurting!
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers, 4 rounds 2012-06-04
From Gerry:
16 golfers, 4 rounds - best pairings so that everyone plays with each other at least once.
Answered by Harley Weston.
Golf 16 2012-05-29
From marknp:
16 players only want tp play with one player each one time
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers 2012-05-17
From Nohemi:
Can 16 golfers each play in foursomes for 6 days? I found the answer for 5 days, but is it possible to do it for 6.
Answered by Robert Dawson.
16 golfers 2012-04-20
From steve:
i have 16 golfers, 4 in "A" flight , 4 in "B" flight , 4 in "C" and 4 in "D"

We are playing 4 rounds (4 teams of 4) and every group must have a player from the A B C an D flight, and in no round may 2 people have already played together!

Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers and 8 rounds 2011-05-26
From Gerry:
16 golfers and 8 rounds. To have each player play with as many others as possible.
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers 2011-01-22
From Jack:
I am responsible for setting up groups for 16 golfers for 7 days, is there a formula to calculate playing partners so that everyone gets to play with each person?
Answered by Victoria West.
16 golfers 2011-01-16
From Kenneth:
Our group will play 12 rounds. We are 16 golfers.
How can I schedule 12 days of differing foursomes limiting repeats in the foursomes

Answered by Victoria West.
Draw a figure with 16 triangles using only 6 line segements 2010-12-16
From Jill:
How can you draw a figure with 16 triangles using only 6 line segements?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
16 teams, 15 weeks, would like to pair up with no repeats. 2009-05-12
From Kimberly:
16 teams, 15 weeks, would like to pair up with no repeats. Thank you so very much.
Answered by Robert Dawson.
16 golfers playing one round of golf on each of four days 2009-02-22
From Jim:
I have seen solutions for other combinations of setting up a golf trip but I haven't seen one for my group. We have 16 golfers playing one round of golf on each of four days. Is there a way for all of them to play in foursomes so that everyone gets to play with everyone else? Thanks for your consideration.
Answered by Chris Fisher.
16 golfers 2009-01-11
From Bill:
I have read many of your answers to similar questions but still need your assistance. We have 16 golfers that will be playing in 4 groups of 4 each day on an upcoming golf vacation. Can you suggest the best way to scheudle the individuals assigned to each daily foursome so that we have the most diversity in foursomes throughout the vacation. I am trying to have evryone play with as many members of the group over the week with the least amount of repetition. If you would please provide it for both 6 and 7 days, since we are not sure yet how many days we will be playing.
16 golfers-playing in groups of 4 each day-6 days
16 golfers-playing in groups of 4 each day-7 days

Answered by Victoria West.
A dinner group of 16 couples 2006-11-02
From Nancy:
This is a real-world problem. I should know the answer but I don't. A friend is starting a dinner group of 16 couples, to be distributed across 4 houses. Each month she wants to have a different set of host houses (no problem) AND she doesn't want repeats among pairs. That is, if the Smiths and Joneses are together one month, they should not be together another month until all the combinations have been exhausted. How many valid combinations are there? Is there a formula that I can convert into a computer program? I will have to get the names from my friend and give her back the combinations as she would not be able to deal with the math formulation.
Answered by Denis Hanson.
A golf outing for 16 golfers 2005-08-05
From Bob:
I have a golf outing fast approaching and Iím having a problem matching the golfers so that everyone plays a round of golf with every other golfer in the group.

My problem is this: I have 16 golfers playing 5 rounds of golf. I would like a different foursome for every round of golf, that is each round (5 total) an individual is playing with 3 other players he hasnít played with as of yet. Can you crunch the numbers and get back to me?

The way I see it, we have 20 combinations (5 rounds x 4 golfers) with numbers 1 thru 16.

Answered by Chris Fisher.
4160 2001-03-07
From Jessica:
The product of two consecutive page numbers in this book is 4160. What are the page numbers?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Divisibility by 16 2000-12-12
From Shiling:
A number can be divided by 16 if and only if its 1st four digits can be divided by 16. How can you prove that?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Golf Problem - The Sequel 1998-11-13
From Bob:
Sixteen golfers, seven rounds. What are optimum combinations for each golfer to play with as many different golfers as possible?

Many thanks,
Bob Payson
Answered by Denis Hanson.

 
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