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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - kmegabyte
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(11/29/2013) [-]
someone from verizon has to take it to the bank and the bank teller has to verify it. not a lot of bank tellers can do this type of math, sadly
User avatar #8 to #6 - malific
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(11/29/2013) [-]
Math is not accepted on a check. It has to be a single number.
#3 - gorbax
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(11/28/2013) [-]
also, I like how the calculation is completely wrong. It's e^i.pi, not 2.pi
e^i.pi = 1, not some ******** transcendental
User avatar #5 to #3 - anniethreeone
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(11/28/2013) [-]
Well, e^i.pi is -1, and the summation is 1. The total is 0.002 dollars -- a reference to a viral incident where a customer calls Verizon and the accountants don't understand the difference between 0.002 dollars and 0.002 cents
0.002dollar = 0.002cent
#11 to #5 - zombiejew
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(11/29/2013) [-]
My god those verizon people
#10 to #5 - gorbax
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****, I always end up messing up like that. my point stands, though
#13 - edgecutter
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(11/29/2013) [-]
"Randall Munroe". Isn't that the XKCD guy?
#7 - kerwinater
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(11/29/2013) [-]
The check would be voided, and another would have to be written, thus just wasting everyones time.
#16 - anonymoose
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(11/29/2013) [-]
The person who tried to solve it was an idiot. They spelled pi "pie" and thought it said 2pi instead of i*pi.
User avatar #18 - bluemoonz
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(11/29/2013) [-]
The limit as you approach 1/(2^x) is actually 0 though...
#19 to #18 - bloodyranger
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(11/29/2013) [-]
It's the sum of the limit of 1/(2^x)
#20 to #18 - animecraze
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(11/29/2013) [-]
yes the limit is 0 but, if you sum up the limits it heads to 1.
1/2+1/4+1/8 etc
User avatar #21 to #20 - bluemoonz
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(11/30/2013) [-]
oh okay i get you, then he should have said it converges to 1
#12 - freenarative
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(11/29/2013) [-]
pie,,,Pie,,,pIE,,,,, ******* PIE?!?!?!?,,,,,Er, I feel the need to mention the mispeld "PI"
User avatar #9 - thrakerzad
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(11/29/2013) [-]
wouldn't that not be a valid check and now they can just tack on a late fee too
#1 - anon id: 3924e247
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(11/28/2013) [-]
I'm fairly sure having to do rounding and approximation on a check to figure out the "exact" amount, would make it invalid
#2 to #1 - anon id: fde214af
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(11/28/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure they'll spend at least a month figuring it out
#4 to #1 - gorbax
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(11/28/2013) [-]
coming back to this content, notice I wasn't logged in
how I funnyjunk?
User avatar #17 to #1 - anonymoose
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(11/29/2013) [-]
The check actually works out at 0.002, the person doing the maths is wrong.