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 18 golfers playing four rounds 2015-09-09 From Paul:I have 18 golfers playing four rounds. I want two 3 balls and three 4 balls each day. I don't want anyone to play in a 3 ball more than once and I don't want anyone to play with the same person twice. I realise everybody can't play with everybody, I just want the best you can do.Answered by Victoria West. 18 golfers for 5 rounds with a teaching Pro 2014-05-14 From Maree:We are taking 18 golfers on Tour with a teaching Pro. There are 5 rounds of golf and we want everyone to play with the Pro once, but everyone else to play with as many different people as possibleAnswered by Victoria West. A schedule for 18 golfers 2013-08-29 From Brian:After searching the data base which helped me solve at least 3 other issues I have one more un answered question. I have 18 golfers split into 6 threesomes for 4 days of golf. What is my best option for a schedule mixing them all up as much as possible over the course of the 4 daysAnswered by Victoria West. Golf for 18 for 18 weeks 2013-01-22 From Al:We have 18 two man golf teams and we play once a week for 18 weeks. We need a formula to schedule these teams so that they play each other one time only.Answered by Victoria West. The sum of the angles of a triangle 2009-05-18 From mary:prove that the sum of the three angles inside any triangle always add up to 180 degrees?Answered by Harley Weston. A golf schedule for 18 teams 2009-04-21 From laura:Could you help me form a golf schedule for 18 teams, playing a total of 8 weeks. Rotating the schedule each week so every team plays with a different team each week? I am using a shotgun format with 9 holes every week. Thank you for your input.Answered by Victoria West. 18 golfers and 5 rounds 2009-01-10 From steve:We have 18 golfers 5 rounds . Would like 3 foursomes and 2threesomes each day Different groups each day.Answered by Victoria West. The sum of the angles of a triangle is 180 degrees 1998-02-19 From Quin Liu:How do you prove that the sum of the angles of a triangle is 180 degrees? Is there a proof? what is it?Answered by Chris Fisher.

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