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I get the shirt, but I can't say it's my style. Just a line/wave on a shirt = kind of boring.
The factors of the first day sales are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 53, 106, 265, and 530.
The prime factors of the first day sales are: 2, 5, and 53.
Speed to First Woot: 1m 16.995s
First Sucker: polkaguy6000
Last Wooter to Woot: mathuthomas
Last Purchase: a minute ago
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Woots Sold: 530
First day sales 530
bluejester wrote:As an English major, I am now able hop into the conversation by correcting your spelling:
WEll deserved buddy! great stuff!
deltanyne wrote:Um... What kind of engineering are you studying? Because, I'm an Electrical Engineering student and we use that sine function stuff ALL the time.
twinesurge wrote:What discipline are you taking and at what school? I'm also an EE and even if I had gone the digital route, I would have had to deal with sinusoids in one way or another at least with emag. That assumes no one ever mentions dispersion and how it affects high speed digital signals. In fact, I have a hard time thinking of a single major that doesn't deal with harmonic motion in some sense.
Materials. UCLA. There's a lot of different engineering. I know. My project is not so much the trig function kind.
sgtgreeneusmc wrote:As an history major (and yes, "an" is correct even though I disagree with its use), I can now join the conversation by correcting your grammar: "...I am now able to..." or "...I am able now to..."
As a professional writer, I can now join the conversation by correcting your punctuation: "...I am now able to..." or "...I am now able to...."
Seems more like a typo than a spelling error to me.
What is the correct formula for the real shirt?
For some reason, I started thinking about this again and came up with the following.
h(x) = (-1)^floor(x) * (x - floor(x) - 1 / 2)
Copy and paste into WolframAlpha to see the curve.
I'm blaming Pi-Day for this unwanted inspiration.
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