Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by Jag4Me, Sep 26, 2008.
And , puggle-wuggle.
Just be glad I havent started posting square rooted points.
dy/dx = bet
y * x^10 = 50x^100^1/2
y = (50x^100^1/2)/(x^10)
y' = (500x^9)/(10x^9)
y' = 50
In 1990 the developer of a popular internet mail program named his new product in honor of this Pulitzer Prize willing author. He said that he was inspired by one of her stories. Name this US author!
You have until 12:00 pm board time on Friday to PM your answer since I posted later than I planned.
Just think about because this one is really easy, unless you make it too hard.
If you even think about using this you better plan on keeping your own scores!
It's most impressive that one of you answered quickly.
Come on guys, this one is too easy!
According to the board clock, I was walking up to my high school from the bus stop when you posted, so of course I couldn't respond until later.
No worries, Gunny. Doesn't matter who answers when.
Now send me your answer!
go out to Mister_Master, Onoto, and Ceillean!!
The name given to the internet email program Eudora, developed by Steve Dorner, was inspired by Ms. Eudora Welty's story "Why I Live at the P.O."
What's up with this? Two of you didn't even try to guess! Your punishment is to read one of Ms. Welty's marvelous short stories and report back.
1. Gunny 73
2. Onoto 226
3. Ceillean 225
4. M_M 205
5. SWBob 64.3
Okay guys post those bets!
I bet 60.
Sorry, max bet is 50.
I'll put you down for that if it's okay.
Ok then I will go with 50.
I never even heard of Eudora.
I'll bet 25.3699 points.
Me neither. 30 points.
That's why yahoo and google exist.
I hadn't heard of Eudora either but now I can say "Hey, I've heard of her before!"
Plus, I'm interested in reading her stories because Connie seems to really like her.
I have heard of Eudora. I just didn't think it was all that popular.
I've heard if Endora . . .
y = bet
y/10 = 25^1/2
y/10 = 5
y = 5 * 10
y = 50
All you had to do was look up mail programs. I checked before I posted the question.
It's all in how you word your searches.
Bets are in!
Forbes Magazine estimated this young British actor's earnings for the year 2007 to be at $15 million. He is well known for his pranks, once showing up on the set with bloodied pieces of plaster sticking to his face. He told them he had been fighting the previous day (just for laughs). Who is this actor?
Since I'm such a sweetheart I'll give you until Monday at 10:00am board time.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
I predict that I shall win next turn.
By one stupid point.
If you wanna win, you gotta throw your salami on the sandwich!
That, I've never heard before.