## formulas – How to get total tally of items in a column in Google Docs?

As remarked by Isolated, it would be far better if the sum values were at the top of the columns rather than the bottom. The benefits of this include the ability to put those lines in the frozen zone so that the totals are always visible.

In any event, your goal can be done by inserting one additional row at the bottom of the column that can act as the bottom edge of any formula range.

• Insert a new row in row#7 (above the total row for “s”) enter a label of “Total”
• Insert these formulas:
• Cell B8: `=countif(B\$1:B\$7,"=s")`
• copy this across the column
• Cell B9: `=countif(B\$1:B\$7,"=h")`
• copy this across the column

Note that the formula range is absolute on the row numbers. This means that if/when any new rows inserted/deleted below row#1 and above row#7, the formulas will automatically expand/contract to accommodate the new/deleted row.

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## user expectation – How do I best make a tally of items on a mobile phone

I’m designing a wireframe for a mobile app for logging materials.
One of the features needs to be able to log the makeup of a material.

fx in the case of a technical fabric the composition can look something like:

30% WO, 30% CO, 20% AC, 10% PU, 10% WS

tallying to 100%

My main thinking sofar has been making an add button at the button at the bottom of the screen and then have the user add each individual part until the full composition is reached.

However where I’m unsure is how to make sure the full tally is 100% – not more not less, what sort of feedback?
But also how I would lay this out on the phone screen if I use a list and an add button?

Does anyone know of any apps that deals with something similar or know best practise for something like this?

## differential equations – Use of “Tally” in eigenvalue problem

$$textbf{Eigenvalue problem on a unit square Omega = (0,1)^2 :}$$

Consider the eigenvalue problem with the Dirichlet boundary condition that is, $$-Lu = lambda u$$ where $$L = frac{partial^2}{partial x^2} + frac{partial^2}{partial y^2}$$.

The boundary condition is that $$u=0$$ on $$partial Omega$$.

I am computing the $$textbf{eigenvalues}$$ and $$textbf{eigenfunctions}$$ numerically in Mathematica. Specially, I am interested about the $$textbf{multiplicity}$$ of a specific eigenvalue. I already know that `Tally` or `Count` can certainly count the occurrances of eigenvalues in the list called `vals`.

Now consider the eigenvalue $$50 pi^2$$. The $$textbf{multiplicity}$$ of $$50 pi^2$$ is $$2$$.

But if we add some more eigenvalues in the list (for example, I have made a list of $$34$$ eigenvalues), the $$textbf{multiplicity}$$ of $$50 pi^2$$ is $$3$$.

We know that in the problem there are infinite number of eigenvalues. So, we can not list all of them. I am looking for a code for $$textbf{multiplicity}$$ of a specific eigenvalue that counts the total number of occurrances.

## multisite – Number of total comment does not tally with the number of comment?

I have a WordPress multi site network running, On the main website I got 2 comment notification… I approved one and i left one pending.

I opened the Advanced database cleanup pro plugin i have on my website to free some space on my database.. I cleared some saved transient, pending comments, Auto draft..

After the cleanup. I went back to the comment section.. Even though i have 3 comments count… I only saw two…

I opened my website database to check manually in the wp_comment table.. The number of item is 2..

I’m not sure where the 3 comment is coming from,,.. I need to delete it to attain the correct figure (2 comment)