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Batman is the Solution

Fortunately for the citizens of Gotham, firing up the Bat Signal was less complicated than this…

4 Responses to Batman is the Solution

When I was taking algebra, some of my fellow student would call http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/8/8/d/88d379849c… the batman equation. Mostly because of how efficient it is, while me and my teacher just called the mincer.
Now you've given me the true batman equation, so thank you.

Sorry but it seems that this equation is incorrect.
There is a division by zero (which is uncorrect) when x = -0.75 or 0.5 or 0.75 …
Someone can explain ?

@ImInLove: I am not going to go into the math right now, but in all instances where the denominator may become 0, so will the numerator. L'Hopital's Rule in calculus describes how to find what value functions get close to with 0/0 functions. It is heavy stuff, and I can't prove this is the case right now, but just telling you that there are ways.

When I was taking algebra, some of my fellow student would call http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/8/8/d/88d379849c… the batman equation. Mostly because of how efficient it is, while me and my teacher just called the mincer.

Now you've given me the true batman equation, so thank you.

i had to do the math….. SHIT CHECKS OUT(squeals like little girl on christmas who just got a pony!)

Sorry but it seems that this equation is incorrect.

There is a division by zero (which is uncorrect) when x = -0.75 or 0.5 or 0.75 …

Someone can explain ?

@ImInLove: I am not going to go into the math right now, but in all instances where the denominator may become 0, so will the numerator. L'Hopital's Rule in calculus describes how to find what value functions get close to with 0/0 functions. It is heavy stuff, and I can't prove this is the case right now, but just telling you that there are ways.