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Anonymous
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Mathematical formula

Hello;

 

I want to use the following formula 

Humidex = (air temperature) + h
h = (0.5555)*(e - 10.0);
e = 6.11 * exp(5417.7530 * ((1/273.16) - (1/dewpoint)))..

How to use that? Thank you

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Re: Mathematical formula

Hi @Anonymous, you might be able to do it in PowerApps, I'm sure you can in Excel, but Flow is not designed to do that sort of thing.

Rob
Los Gallardos
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Anonymous
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Re: Mathematical formula

@RobElliott   Any other way to get humidex? in weather reports?

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Super User

Re: Mathematical formula

There's an action for MSN weather forecasts, but I've no idea if that will give you what you want. I think PowerApps with a connection to Excel for Business is where you need to start work and do calculations, and then use Flow to send the results somewhere.

Rob
Los Gallardos

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