This is another basic question (heh), but in order to save space, is there any way to write

`If(T/6=1/6 or 1+1/6 or 2+1/6 or 3+1/6 or 4+1/6 or 5+1/6`

as just

`If(T/6=X+1/6`

Where X is the values 0-5

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Summary:

If(T/6=X+1/6
Where X is zero to five