Just wanted to pass on an update. I stepped through the problem incrementally. I was using yearsDepreciated and changing it - then trying to compare it. When yearsDepreciated got halfway through it equalled out. I created a local variable for the numerator and maintaind the integrity of yearsDepreciated. It may not be "correct" or pretty..... but I get the output I want.
I think I need the last piece of code discussed. First I need to chart the years (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and then I need to decrement in the numerator of the formula (n, n-1, n-2 etc). I don't know any other way to do that.?
I really want to thank all of you on the forum. Often I will see posts where people want the work done for them. I've learned more from being pointed in the right direction and continuing on from there than someone sitting down and doing my work for me. The explanations I've received here have enabled me to acheive a higher understanding of the language (as little that understanding is!)Thanx for being out there!