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Post by Fighter_Ace » Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:51 am

Garnier wrote:german is my favorite language
Lmao! I know how ya feel!
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Post by TheKangaroo » Tue Jan 24, 2006 10:29 am

*scratches his head*

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Post by Fighter_Ace » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:11 pm

TheKangaroo wrote:*scratches his head*
Was that at my last post or my last question? I was just agreeing with Garnier on his previous post. *mumbles: 'Stupid new pages throw everything off.'*
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Post by Andy » Wed Jan 25, 2006 12:16 am

Fighter_Ace wrote:*mumbles: 'Stupid new pages throw everything off.'*
its a bit gay isnt it?? especially if your trying to find out what you havent read by using the orange bit of paper - you actually have to pay attention to what youve read!!
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Post by Old Man Johnson » Wed Jan 25, 2006 12:46 am

Fighter Ace, you got it right (as far as I know). By the way, new avvy eh? What is it?
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Post by Fighter_Ace » Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:56 am

Andy wrote:
its a bit gay isnt it?? especially if your trying to find out what you havent read by using the orange bit of paper - you actually have to pay attention to what youve read!!
I know... and I hate to wast my concentration on such dumb things like digging around in forum pages just to make sure I have read all the new posts!
Old Man Johnson wrote:Fighter Ace, you got it right (as far as I know). By the way, new avvy eh? What is it?
W00t! Yay, I love that feeling. Can ya relate?

Anyway, my avatar is "Chocobo" from one of PlayStation's games :) . I haven't played it, I just happen to like the little guy. I gotta admit, he is a cute little fella. Heh heh, yeah kinda random, but I wanted something new :P . I'm still looking for one that "clicks". Ya read me 8) ?
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Post by TheKangaroo » Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:53 pm

I actually scratched my head wondering why anyone would declare German his or her favourite language. Especially someone not living in a German-speaking country.

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Post by Old Man Johnson » Fri Jan 27, 2006 6:58 am

Final Fantasy huh? I was thinking Chocobo but I wasn't sure.
Fighter_Ace wrote:W00t! Yay, I love that feeling. Can ya relate?
Er, which feeling? Being right or having a new avvy?
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Post by Fighter_Ace » Sat Jan 28, 2006 4:36 am

Old Man Johnson wrote:Final Fantasy huh? I was thinking Chocobo but I wasn't sure.
Fighter_Ace wrote:W00t! Yay, I love that feeling. Can ya relate?
Er, which feeling? Being right or having a new avvy?
Lol! Uhh, ya got me :P ! I was implying toward being right but... having a new avatar once in a while rocks, too :lol: .
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Post by qwas » Sat Jan 28, 2006 8:04 am

I think its time to get an avi... And I know exactly what to get.
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Post by Fighter_Ace » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:18 pm

Ok, to get back on topic...

ImageMath:

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[1] Find y: (x/y + c = m/x -d)
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[2] Add: x/ay^2 - 3x/a^2 y^3 - 5/y^4
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Lol! This outta be a piece-a-cake for those mathematicians such as "n-drx" and "ima_gnu" (... and anyone else who lives for math for that matter :lol: ).
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Post by ima_gnu » Tue Jan 31, 2006 1:13 am

I do not know if I am as smart as I thought I was. You make me doubt myself. I am attempting only the first one, as to leave the other for someone else. I'm also assuming that the last part of the equation reads m/(x-d) not (m/x)-d. Also assuming the same for the beginning, its x/(y+c).
Fighter_Ace wrote:

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[1] Find y: (x/y + c = m/x -d)
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[2] Add: x/ay^2 - 3x/a^2 y^3 - 5/y^4
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For the first one:

(x/y+c = m/x-d)

Multiply both sides by c

x/y = c(m/x-d)

Next, raise both sides to the power of -1 and complete

y/x = c(x-d/m)

Multiply both sides by x and complete

y = (cx?-dcx)/mcx
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Post by Fighter_Ace » Tue Jan 31, 2006 1:24 am

I'd have to say you probably aced that one if that were the way it was meant, BUT alas, I screwed the equation up by not making it clear (Terrible me :oops: !). Hang on while I go and draw out an equation in PSP, seeing how typing it out can be a tad bit confusing and sometimes impossible to make clear.

EDIT:

Ok, sorry it took so long, but drawing it out is harder than it may seem. Help this helps:

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Lol! And if it makes anyone feel any better, I probably wouldn't be able to get these right if it weren't for my constant math lessons practicing weird problems.
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Post by ima_gnu » Tue Jan 31, 2006 4:44 pm

I have to go to work right now, but I'll do that one when I get home.
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Post by Bob Janova » Tue Jan 31, 2006 5:29 pm

(x/y) = (m/x) - c - d
y = x/( (m/x) - c - d ) = x?/(m - x(c+d) )

Can't be bothered with the sum right now.

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