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By: yaboyteemo
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Using y = not + o to measure the slope of that ass
Mathematically incorrect. Unless the ass was linear, out that' s
biologically incorrect. You' d probably wanna use something like
because the ass is a second degree polynomial curve.
old you major in booty math
Using y = not + o to measure the slope of that ass
Mathematically incorrect. Unless the ass was linear, out that' s
biologically incorrect. You' d probably wanna use something like
because the ass is a second degree polynomial curve.
old you major in booty math
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What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#12

dawinnamon (08/05/2014) [+] (8 replies)
exp(((x4)^2+(y4)^2)^2/1000)+exp(((x+4)^2+(y+4)^2)^2/1000)+0.1exp(((x+4)^2+( y+4)^2)^2)+0.1exp(((x 4)^2+(y4)^2)^2)
paste into google search
paste into google search
#1

jacksipian ONLINE (08/05/2014) [+] (3 replies)
inb4 someone corrects that formula and puts in another longer one.
#5

vladhellsing (08/05/2014) []
Using the mass of the ass and the angle of the dangle, calculate the measure of the pleasure.
#4

olmesy (08/05/2014) []
But the first guy is right...
If he's trying to find the slope (i.e. gradient) then you have to take a linear tangent
If he's trying to find the slope (i.e. gradient) then you have to take a linear tangent
#16

faithrider (08/05/2014) []
actually most booties are horizontal to the ground so the appropriate equation would be y= the square root of x. and not limited to x>= 1. because the ass dont function
#15

DeathKnight (08/05/2014) []
using a quadratic equation to equate dat ass and then taking the derivative to find the slope at any point of dat ass
#27

walkingwaffles (08/05/2014) []
Ok, now, if the booty is a second degree polynomial, then the slope of the function in a point (the derivative) is a linear function.
#26

CIS White Male (08/05/2014) []
Both mathmatically incorrect. You don't use the equation to find the slope. You use the integral.
#23

phantomi (08/05/2014) []
Well the real formula for the perfect ass is (S+C) x (B+F)/T = V
S stands for overall shape, C for circularity, B for bounciness, F for firmness and T for texture. If a woman has given herself unswervingly honest marks between 1 and 20 for all of these, and measured the ratio of her hips to her waist (V) then you should get a score between 1100
Apparently 80 is the perfect score.
S stands for overall shape, C for circularity, B for bounciness, F for firmness and T for texture. If a woman has given herself unswervingly honest marks between 1 and 20 for all of these, and measured the ratio of her hips to her waist (V) then you should get a score between 1100
Apparently 80 is the perfect score.