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5 beers In, i am channeling an eternal spirit ask me a question.
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Why?
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5 beers In, i am channeling an eternal spirit ask me a question.
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Only 5 beers in and already channeling spirits?

Are you 24?
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Don't let the sun go down on me...
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Why?
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You question too much. Simplicity will ease your troubles.
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The equation of a road is:
ax^2 from A to B
R(x) {
bx + c from B to C
B is 1000 feet horizontally from A and 100 feet higher. Since the road is smooth, R'(x) is continuous. What is the value of B?

I think it involves some differentiation.. but I don't really know what to do. The options for answers are:

a) .2
b) .02
c) .002
d) .0002
e) .00002



??????????????????????????????????????????????????
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5 beers In, i am channeling an eternal spirit ask me a question.
 Quoting: sdavis642


Only 5 beers in and already channeling spirits?

Are you 24?
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This body is 24 years old. But it's just a vessel for anyone to control. Question?
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Almost a full tard... Almost
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The equation of a road is:
ax^2 from A to B
R(x) {
bx + c from B to C
B is 1000 feet horizontally from A and 100 feet higher. Since the road is smooth, R'(x) is continuous. What is the value of B?

I think it involves some differentiation.. but I don't really know what to do. The options for answers are:

a) .2
b) .02
c) .002
d) .0002
e) .00002



??????????????????????????????????????????????????
 Quoting: catsscratchfever


How can I help you with your misunderstandings of the universe?
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Almost a full tard... Almost
:beanfu12:
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Are you afraid?
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Alright, ill bite.

What is the name of my guide?
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It's over, I'm the worst thread killer. Sayonara!

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The equation of a road is:
ax^2 from A to B
R(x) {
bx + c from B to C
B is 1000 feet horizontally from A and 100 feet higher. Since the road is smooth, R'(x) is continuous. What is the value of B?

I think it involves some differentiation.. but I don't really know what to do. The options for answers are:

a) .2
b) .02
c) .002
d) .0002
e) .00002



??????????????????????????????????????????????????
 Quoting: catsscratchfever


How can I help you with your misunderstandings of the universe?
 Quoting: sdavis642


SOOOoooooo When in doubt pick C....Come on OP.....

The answer to this question depends on the relationship between the points x, A, and B. I am assuming that point A is at the origin, which is consistent with the expression for R(x), and the coordinates of point B would be (1000, 100). We have the equation
100 = R(1000) = a(1000)^2
= 1000000a
Solving for a gives
a = 0.0001

Because the derivative is also continuous, we also know that
(ax^2)' = (bx + c)' at x = 1000
or 2ax = b at x = 1000
So b = 2(0.0001)*1000
= 0.2

OP lihvlcdxuxluxggh
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Alright, ill bite.

What is the name of my guide?
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A question with a question. Why do you have a guide?
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Children have to learn peace to you.

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Re: Me ready to start epic thread
The equation of a road is:
ax^2 from A to B
R(x) {
bx + c from B to C
B is 1000 feet horizontally from A and 100 feet higher. Since the road is smooth, R'(x) is continuous. What is the value of B?

I think it involves some differentiation.. but I don't really know what to do. The options for answers are:

a) .2
b) .02
c) .002
d) .0002
e) .00002



??????????????????????????????????????????????????
 Quoting: catsscratchfever


How can I help you with your misunderstandings of the universe?
 Quoting: sdavis642


SOOOoooooo When in doubt pick C....Come on OP.....

The answer to this question depends on the relationship between the points x, A, and B. I am assuming that point A is at the origin, which is consistent with the expression for R(x), and the coordinates of point B would be (1000, 100). We have the equation
100 = R(1000) = a(1000)^2
= 1000000a
Solving for a gives
a = 0.0001

Because the derivative is also continuous, we also know that
(ax^2)' = (bx + c)' at x = 1000
or 2ax = b at x = 1000
So b = 2(0.0001)*1000
= 0.2

OP :lihvlcdxuxluxggh:
 Quoting: catsscratchfever

Wow, you must have gone to college. Congratulations. Now ask me a question.
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5 beers In, i am channeling an eternal spirit ask me a question.
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What does your scanner say about his power level vegeta?
Im shittin with no potty
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Children have to learn peace to you.

:hope123:
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A question would be great.
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5 beers In, i am channeling an eternal spirit ask me a question.
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What does your scanner say about his power level vegeta?
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Apart from 9000, what is your question? I seek actual qurstions, thank you.
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The equation of a road is:
ax^2 from A to B
R(x) {
bx + c from B to C
B is 1000 feet horizontally from A and 100 feet higher. Since the road is smooth, R'(x) is continuous. What is the value of B?

I think it involves some differentiation.. but I don't really know what to do. The options for answers are:

a) .2
b) .02
c) .002
d) .0002
e) .00002



??????????????????????????????????????????????????
 Quoting: catsscratchfever


How can I help you with your misunderstandings of the universe?
 Quoting: sdavis642


SOOOoooooo When in doubt pick C....Come on OP.....

The answer to this question depends on the relationship between the points x, A, and B. I am assuming that point A is at the origin, which is consistent with the expression for R(x), and the coordinates of point B would be (1000, 100). We have the equation
100 = R(1000) = a(1000)^2
= 1000000a
Solving for a gives
a = 0.0001

Because the derivative is also continuous, we also know that
(ax^2)' = (bx + c)' at x = 1000
or 2ax = b at x = 1000
So b = 2(0.0001)*1000
= 0.2

OP lihvlcdxuxluxggh
 Quoting: catsscratchfever

Wow, you must have gone to college. Congratulations. Now ask me a question.
 Quoting: sdavis642


I deserve none of your intellect....I have my own....

ljvlc;c;t;ctu;ut
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The issue is that many on this site are cursed with pride.
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How can I help you with your misunderstandings of the universe?
 Quoting: sdavis642


SOOOoooooo When in doubt pick C....Come on OP.....

The answer to this question depends on the relationship between the points x, A, and B. I am assuming that point A is at the origin, which is consistent with the expression for R(x), and the coordinates of point B would be (1000, 100). We have the equation
100 = R(1000) = a(1000)^2
= 1000000a
Solving for a gives
a = 0.0001

Because the derivative is also continuous, we also know that
(ax^2)' = (bx + c)' at x = 1000
or 2ax = b at x = 1000
So b = 2(0.0001)*1000
= 0.2

OP :lihvlcdxuxluxggh:
 Quoting: catsscratchfever

Wow, you must have gone to college. Congratulations. Now ask me a question.
 Quoting: sdavis642


I deserve none of your intellect....I have my own....

:ljvlc;c;t;ctu;ut:
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It must have cost a small fortune to get that mind. I underestimate your dedication to the ignorant.
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Rember the time when nobody invoked the eternal spirit? I have endless knowledge of things you cry about while you are alone.


Help yourself and ask a question.
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You just farted didn't you?
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SOOOoooooo When in doubt pick C....Come on OP.....

The answer to this question depends on the relationship between the points x, A, and B. I am assuming that point A is at the origin, which is consistent with the expression for R(x), and the coordinates of point B would be (1000, 100). We have the equation
100 = R(1000) = a(1000)^2
= 1000000a
Solving for a gives
a = 0.0001

Because the derivative is also continuous, we also know that
(ax^2)' = (bx + c)' at x = 1000
or 2ax = b at x = 1000
So b = 2(0.0001)*1000
= 0.2

OP lihvlcdxuxluxggh
 Quoting: catsscratchfever

Wow, you must have gone to college. Congratulations. Now ask me a question.
 Quoting: sdavis642


I deserve none of your intellect....I have my own....

ljvlc;c;t;ctu;ut
 Quoting: catsscratchfever

It must have cost a small fortune to get that mind. I underestimate your dedication to the ignorant.
 Quoting: sdavis642


jhbhjbvbbvbvbvl



Thank you for being........You...
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You just farted didn't you?
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You just farted didn't you?
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Hell no. You just forgot didn't you?
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Jesus or Satan?
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2 suns.
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When does the thread become epic?
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When does the thread become epic?
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When enough people respond to it with agreeable intentions x
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Haha epic thread

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