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1 minute ago, RalphWaldoMooseworth said:

That is why your fellow Texican GWB put it on the axxess of eville along with Iran and Iraq and North Korea. :D

 

I am pretty sure that Reagan hated it as well.  Most Republicans are against math in principle.

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Only complaint here is the math is flawed. There is no implied definite integral shown. This should be an indefinite integral at best. 

Therefore the Maxima would result in a rewriting of the initial problem => (71(z^2)/36)+C

 

Or if you use the definitive 0-1 range then you do get a solution of approximately => 2.22

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58 minutes ago, RalphWaldoMooseworth said:

I told you before that Sheldon and Leonard are homages to the producer of The Andy Griffith show, right?  I find that very comforting, the modern paying homage to the old that paved the way for it. :)

 

Sheldon and Leonard are pretty much the opposites of Andy and Barney.  :)

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20 minutes ago, jsharr said:

I just want a mathing check

 

1 hour ago, goldendesign said:

Therefore the Maxima would result in a rewriting of the initial problem => (71(z^2)/36)+C

 

Or if you use the definitive 0-1 range then you do get a solution of approximately => 2.22

 

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2 hours ago, goldendesign said:

Only complaint here is the math is flawed. There is no implied definite integral shown. This should be an indefinite integral at best. 

Therefore the Maxima would result in a rewriting of the initial problem => (71(z^2)/36)+C

 

Or if you use the definitive 0-1 range then you do get a solution of approximately => 2.22

I also couldn't figure out why z was going from 0 to 1.  The derivative is, of course, 71/16, which is a pretty steep slope for wherever z is going. May it was assumed the function is only linear for 1 unit.

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3 hours ago, goldendesign said:

Only complaint here is the math is flawed. There is no implied definite integral shown. This should be an indefinite integral at best. 

Therefore the Maxima would result in a rewriting of the initial problem => (71(z^2)/36)+C

 

Or if you use the definitive 0-1 range then you do get a solution of approximately => 2.22

Well, there's your problem.  It's a Silverado, not a Maxima.  Chevy's are American, you're applying Japanese math to it.  

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