Yapper

11-30-2010, 11:51 AM

I'm not impatient or anything... but shouldn't the counter go DOWN instead of UP?

:o

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Yapper

11-30-2010, 11:51 AM

I'm not impatient or anything... but shouldn't the counter go DOWN instead of UP?

:o

:o

PixelSith64

11-30-2010, 11:55 AM

This is actually mathematically correct.

You see, in the equation:

V=t/2(e≈5) ⊃ T=V(e+5/2)

Where V equals Valve's timezone, Pacific Standard Time (Also my own), T equals Time, and e equals Energizer batteries, PST = time divided by 2, with Energizer batteries congruent to 5. Then the fancy sideways U means that you have to add 1 more hour to get the correct time.

You see, in the equation:

V=t/2(e≈5) ⊃ T=V(e+5/2)

Where V equals Valve's timezone, Pacific Standard Time (Also my own), T equals Time, and e equals Energizer batteries, PST = time divided by 2, with Energizer batteries congruent to 5. Then the fancy sideways U means that you have to add 1 more hour to get the correct time.

xx0wn3dxx360

11-30-2010, 11:57 AM

No, no pretty sure the equation is 8<9[239]#t+38~1=95£2

PixelSith64

11-30-2010, 12:00 PM

No Own3d, that's the equation for determining the approximate release date of Episode 3, taking into account the variable of T. You were close, but you have to remember that a3/3 ≈ z². Where a is the number of letters in my last name, and z is the number of people waiting for Super Meat Boy to be released.

Following the equation through to the end nets you πδ/2, which rounded upwards equals V=t/2(e≈5) ⊃ T=V(e+5/2).

Nice try though, and I will +rep you for the attempt.

Following the equation through to the end nets you πδ/2, which rounded upwards equals V=t/2(e≈5) ⊃ T=V(e+5/2).

Nice try though, and I will +rep you for the attempt.

DrMelon

11-30-2010, 12:00 PM

No, no pretty sure the equation is 8<9[239]#t+38~1=95£2

The difference between his equation and yours is that his actually uses correct mathematic symbols for calculation, and as such is actually a formula.

The difference between his equation and yours is that his actually uses correct mathematic symbols for calculation, and as such is actually a formula.

Deman

11-30-2010, 12:01 PM

If I remember correctly the > means its an element from a collection right? :P

Amy

11-30-2010, 12:02 PM

Gabe eat his chicken,

He's do NOT puke it.

VALVe time is ok.

He's do NOT puke it.

VALVe time is ok.

Chef Excellence

11-30-2010, 12:03 PM

The difference between his equation and yours is that his actually uses correct mathematic symbols for calculation, and as such is actually a formula.

Do you really think valve would stoop so low as to use real mathematical equations in their countdown timers?

It's all about mucky pigs, hats and Gabe's consumption of EP3.

Do you really think valve would stoop so low as to use real mathematical equations in their countdown timers?

It's all about mucky pigs, hats and Gabe's consumption of EP3.

Kaland

11-30-2010, 12:18 PM

@Deman: ⊃ would be either superset or proper superset, depending on the author of the text. there's a unique sign for each of the two already though, so you don't need to use it at all.

Also, ∈ means "element of (some set)"

Also, ∈ means "element of (some set)"

oppdis

11-30-2010, 12:42 PM

V U T == []

The union of Valve Time and Real Time equals the Empty Set. They are disjoint.

The union of Valve Time and Real Time equals the Empty Set. They are disjoint.

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