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#1 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
P(((G+cutiemark)/G)-1)x1
P=(1+cutiemark-1)x1
P=(cutiemark)x
P/x=cutiemark
Makes no sense, math probably flawed as well.
User avatar #2 to #1 - dashgamer (11/15/2012) [-]
The X was not a variable, but a multiplication sign. It is (G+CM/G -1)100%
So if her cutie mark has a coolness factor of fifty and the garment has a coolness factor of ten, it would be 59% cool.
#4 to #2 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
Firstly: G+cuitemark/G=1+cutiemark
Secondly: * is the one and the only multiplication sigh, any letters what so ever are variables.
Do you even Derp?
#6 to #4 - dashgamer (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.
#9 to #6 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
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User avatar #7 to #6 - KazumaKyu (11/15/2012) [-]
Agreed, x is definitely being used as a multiplication sign.

sinery: In lesser applications of math, such as that which comes before variables are introduced, 'x' is used to denote multiplication.
#8 to #7 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
It's safe to assume if they use 3 variables in a equation they have reached a level where they do not use 'x' as an multiplication sigh. Also in all schools (at least in my country) we simply just use an '.' when expressing multiplication on paper.
User avatar #11 to #8 - KazumaKyu (11/15/2012) [-]
That's good for your country. Unfortunately, your country is not the entire world. In america it is perfectly acceptable to use 'x' as a multiplication sign. That is also very clearly what is happening here.
#10 to #8 - dashgamer (11/15/2012) [-]
It is being multiplied by "100%" because P is the percentage of coolness, but the units in which coolness is measured are not percentages. X is not a variable, both because of this and it was not stated as such by RD whereas the other variables were described.
#12 to #10 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
Okay, let's enter your dreamworld and assume x=*
P=(((G+cutiemark)/G)-1)x100% (Raw equation)
P=((G+cuitemark)/G)-1 (*100%=*1, can just be removed)
P=1+cutiemark-1 (G/G=1)
P=cutiemark (1-1=0)
#13 to #12 - dashgamer (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!!!!!!!!!!!
#14 to #13 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
Forgot what i did only applies to multiplication in the numerator.
I'm sowwy.
#15 to #14 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
However, the final conclusion will now be   
P=cutiemark/G
However, the final conclusion will now be
P=cutiemark/G
User avatar #20 to #15 - dashgamer (11/16/2012) [-]
How in the hell? No! It's P=(G+CM)/G still! You sir, have derped too much for one day.
#36 to #20 - sinery (11/16/2012) [-]
My fine sire
(2+3)/2=1+3/2=2.5
I most certainly haven't derped enough.
User avatar #41 to #36 - ompalomper (11/16/2012) [-]
do you realize that you just had a debate/argument on how you mathematically calculate coolness?
User avatar #47 to #41 - pyrocrisis (11/16/2012) [-]
Yes. Do you have a problem with that?
#48 to #47 - ompalomper (11/17/2012) [-]
no one was taking to you
User avatar #49 to #48 - pyrocrisis (11/17/2012) [-]
So?
#50 to #49 - ompalomper (11/17/2012) [-]
so go and play TF2

that is... if its ok with you

you dont have to

*meep*
User avatar #51 to #50 - pyrocrisis (11/17/2012) [-]
Ok. TF2 is fun
User avatar #52 to #51 - ompalomper (11/17/2012) [-]
good

you know your ****
#42 to #41 - sinery (11/16/2012) [-]
Coolness? I thought we were discussing thermodynamics impact on muffin deliveries.
#39 to #36 - dashgamer (11/16/2012) [-]
That doesn't work if you plug in any other numbers. (5+3)/5 does not become (1+3)/5 with the same result. You can't divide G by G and get one because it isn't G! It's G+CM.
#40 to #39 - sinery (11/16/2012) [-]
Okay, i'm going to go trough this real nice and slow.
(5+3)/5=8/5=1,6

(5+3)/5=1+(3/5)=1+0,6=1,6

(5+3)/5=1+(3/5)=1+3/5=1,6

The devil may be on your side communist, be he don't even math.
#44 to #40 - dashgamer (11/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #19 to #15 - grayrhino (11/15/2012) [-]
Now go back and think upon the fact that you went through all that trouble because of an image.
#37 to #19 - sinery (11/16/2012) [-]
Wasn't really any trouble and it's always nice to have a argument over the Internets.
User avatar #21 to #19 - dashgamer (11/16/2012) [-]
It was still really fun.
#5 to #4 - sinery (11/15/2012) [-]
Forgot to mention, 100%=1.
User avatar #3 to #2 - dashgamer (11/15/2012) [-]
Sorry, I mean 5% cool! I messed up.
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