Funny Pic Dump (10.16.13) Posted on October 16, 2013 by Jeff Wysaski invisible bread via via pain train comic via via bizarro a.j. bones via via via via @jimgaffigan via via beth evans via safely endangered via Funny Pic Dump: Next Page–> 9 responses to Funny Pic Dump (10.16.13) So… anyone do the math on that last one? I got -$4.55 Reply I got $7.55. Reply $25 Reply should be $7.00 even unless you’re including taxes Reply it is $25 actually Reply $35.00 . . . couldn’t be that cheap Reply Solving for the derivative I got $25 df(x)/d(x) = 1/5 times 5x^4 – 1/4 times 4x^3 – 2/3 times 3x^2 – 11 times 1. Simplify to df(x)/d(x)= x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11. Now plugging in the x=3 you get 81 – 27 – 18 – 11=25 Reply Gift Cards normally have a Balance Inquiry number in the back… I’d just call that. 😛 Or stick the equation into something like Google or Wolfram Alpha. Reply You all need to take some Calculus. He’s asking him to solve for the derivative. f'(x) = x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11 f'(3) = 3^4 – 3^3 – 2(3)^3 – 11 = 81 – 27 – 18 – 11 = 25 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Solving for the derivative I got $25 df(x)/d(x) = 1/5 times 5x^4 – 1/4 times 4x^3 – 2/3 times 3x^2 – 11 times 1. Simplify to df(x)/d(x)= x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11. Now plugging in the x=3 you get 81 – 27 – 18 – 11=25 Reply

Gift Cards normally have a Balance Inquiry number in the back… I’d just call that. 😛 Or stick the equation into something like Google or Wolfram Alpha. Reply

You all need to take some Calculus. He’s asking him to solve for the derivative. f'(x) = x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11 f'(3) = 3^4 – 3^3 – 2(3)^3 – 11 = 81 – 27 – 18 – 11 = 25 Reply

So… anyone do the math on that last one? I got -$4.55

I got $7.55.

$25

should be $7.00 even unless you’re including taxes

it is $25 actually

$35.00 . . . couldn’t be that cheap

Solving for the derivative I got $25

df(x)/d(x) = 1/5 times 5x^4 – 1/4 times 4x^3 – 2/3 times 3x^2 – 11 times 1. Simplify to df(x)/d(x)= x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11. Now plugging in the x=3 you get 81 – 27 – 18 – 11=25

Gift Cards normally have a Balance Inquiry number in the back… I’d just call that. 😛

Or stick the equation into something like Google or Wolfram Alpha.

You all need to take some Calculus. He’s asking him to solve for the derivative.

f'(x) = x^4 – x^3 – 2x^2 – 11

f'(3) = 3^4 – 3^3 – 2(3)^3 – 11

= 81 – 27 – 18 – 11

= 25