Yes, I did.

Here, I'll even tell you EXACTLY what I typed into the calculator (the one you are using, which coincidentally was the same one I was using, even though you didn't realize it, since you tried to introduce me to it (even though that is the one I was already using this whole time)).

Ok.

Here's what I did.

So we start off the the number 9.77. Then we lower this to 9.71, because we are saying he normally reacts with a .16RT and not a .22RT (.22 was the RT he had in his bruxelles race)

So we take that 9.71, and we put it in the time slot on the adjuster

then we put -1.3 into the wind speed slot on the adjuster

and then we select Bruxelles, Bel as location

then we click "correct!" and it gives us a time of 9.63

This would be his time in 0 wind.

But we wanted his time with a 1.0m/s tailwind. Not 0m/s wind.

So now we type 9.59 into the time slot

we type 1.0 into the wind speed slot

and we select Bruxelles, Bel as location

then we click "correct!" and it gives us a time of 9.63.

This shows us that a 1.0m/tailwind would have given us a time of 9.59. We just verified it by typing 9.59 (as our guess) with a 1m/s tailwind, and asked it to correct it to 0 wind. And since it corrected the 9.59 in 1m/s tailwind into a 9.63 in 0 wind, and we saw earlier than 9.63 was his 0 wind correction off the 9.71 into the headwind, this is how we know that his 1.0m/s tailwind time is a 9.59.

Do you understand?

I can explain again if you don't understand the last step (of figuring out that switching from 0 wind brings his 9.63 down by .04 to a 9.59) If you want I can explain that part again if it didn't make sense how I explained it in here just now. Let me know.

Here, I'll even tell you EXACTLY what I typed into the calculator (the one you are using, which coincidentally was the same one I was using, even though you didn't realize it, since you tried to introduce me to it (even though that is the one I was already using this whole time)).

Ok.

Here's what I did.

So we start off the the number 9.77. Then we lower this to 9.71, because we are saying he normally reacts with a .16RT and not a .22RT (.22 was the RT he had in his bruxelles race)

So we take that 9.71, and we put it in the time slot on the adjuster

then we put -1.3 into the wind speed slot on the adjuster

and then we select Bruxelles, Bel as location

then we click "correct!" and it gives us a time of 9.63

This would be his time in 0 wind.

But we wanted his time with a 1.0m/s tailwind. Not 0m/s wind.

So now we type 9.59 into the time slot

we type 1.0 into the wind speed slot

and we select Bruxelles, Bel as location

then we click "correct!" and it gives us a time of 9.63.

This shows us that a 1.0m/tailwind would have given us a time of 9.59. We just verified it by typing 9.59 (as our guess) with a 1m/s tailwind, and asked it to correct it to 0 wind. And since it corrected the 9.59 in 1m/s tailwind into a 9.63 in 0 wind, and we saw earlier than 9.63 was his 0 wind correction off the 9.71 into the headwind, this is how we know that his 1.0m/s tailwind time is a 9.59.

Do you understand?

I can explain again if you don't understand the last step (of figuring out that switching from 0 wind brings his 9.63 down by .04 to a 9.59) If you want I can explain that part again if it didn't make sense how I explained it in here just now. Let me know.

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