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dashgamer
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(11/15/2012) [] It is extremely obvious that it is a multiplication sign. Also, it's G+CM/G=P+1. The real question is how are the units of coolness measured?
Anyway, let's say it's on a scale of 1 to 10. The garment is 1.5 points cool, but the cutie mark is 7 points cool. That would end up being ((8.5/1.5)1)0.1
The shirt would be 56% Cool.
Anyway, let's say it's on a scale of 1 to 10. The garment is 1.5 points cool, but the cutie mark is 7 points cool. That would end up being ((8.5/1.5)1)0.1
The shirt would be 56% Cool.
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dashgamer
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(11/15/2012) [] We don't know what units the coolness is measured in. Also, it's not G/G, it's (G+CM)/G. You don't divide the garment by itself, but you divide the garment and the cutie mark together by the coolness of the garment. Just because I have (2+3)/2 doesn't mean I can say "oh, it's 2/2, so the answer is 3." It's 5/2!!!!!!!!!!!
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ompalomper
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(11/16/2012) [] do you realize that you just had a debate/argument on how you mathematically calculate coolness?