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#1 - agoody
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(06/14/2014) [-]
Cred to Demetri Martin
#7 to #1 - alexthesiro
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(06/15/2014) [-]
still looks pretty bad
#30 to #7 - kedavra
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Just give it time
#31 to #30 - alexthesiro
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(06/15/2014) [-]
**** yeah
#9 to #7 - aesguitar
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Well, there might not have been much time. He didn't provide a scale.
#6 - fuckinfuckinfuck ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
IMPOSSIBRU

THIS GRAPH CANNOT BE, FOR IT FAILS THE VERTICAL LINE TEST
#36 to #6 - norkas
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Welcome back to TL;DR with norkas.
ITT: Maths happens
#38 to #6 - cutter
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(06/15/2014) [-]
he is on two different skill levels at the same time.
#43 to #6 - anon
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Just ignore the line that goes straight vertically...
#12 to #6 - Metallicock
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(06/15/2014) [-]
that was pretty much the only thing I retained from algebra
#20 to #6 - hurzg
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(06/15/2014) [-]
It's a condition for functions' graph, not graphs in general you highschool pleb.
#22 to #20 - fuckinfuckinfuck ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Read my other post, kiddo. It can be a graph, but not a function.
#26 to #22 - hurzg
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(06/15/2014) [-]
You can't make me read anything.
#37 to #22 - yaboybtrue [OP]
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Nice name.
#29 to #20 - datargumme
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(06/15/2014) [-]
It could be a Vectorfunction
#8 to #6 - fauxshores
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Vertical line test works for all functions y=whatever, but a function of x=whatever could be a legit function and not pass the test, and any instance of y^2=something could also not pass the test and still be legit, like a circle, or any polar coordinate graph.   
   
 You are right in this case though. **** those stairs.
Vertical line test works for all functions y=whatever, but a function of x=whatever could be a legit function and not pass the test, and any instance of y^2=something could also not pass the test and still be legit, like a circle, or any polar coordinate graph.

You are right in this case though. **** those stairs.
#10 to #8 - fuckinfuckinfuck ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
I just assume it wouldn't make sense given the proposed circumstances of the function, skill level vs. time spent. How can one have multiple skills at something and then not? But I guess that question's not mathematical as much as it is philosophical. And I assume it's "y=", since time progresses linearly no matter what, and skill level only comes with time. Even if the variables were switched, it would then fail the horizontal line test. I also feel like it wouldn't work as a "y^2" function because of the way time plays in to the function, but who knows?

You raise a fair point, sir. This is why properly labeled axes are so important.
#32 to #10 - pachecodos
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(06/15/2014) [-]
I don't think it's so crazy. After having spent some time in the carpentry business you get to a point where you have three discreet levels of ability. The question is what makes you operate in each one, it could be simply the mood or random You need to login to view this link would make sense to draw a graph like that.

It's not that crazy if we accept that, in some intervals of time, you get actually worse as you spend time in the carpentry business.
#11 to #10 - fauxshores
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Yeah. In this case it fails. I just havn't seen the vertical line test much outside of Algebra 1 because it isn't really used anywhere else.
#3 - applescryatnight
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(06/14/2014) [-]
"master carpenter"
not knowing international building code dictates stairs must have a max of 7" risers and 11" minimum tread depth.

that looks pretty 1:1 to me
0/0 would not make stairs with.
im speaking out the ass, ive looked at the IBC about once in my life
#45 to #3 - playerpants
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(06/15/2014) [-]
isn't 0/0 a perfect score?
isn't 0/0 a perfect score?
#17 to #3 - adobo
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(06/15/2014) [-]
unless if it's low cost construction
#13 to #3 - hochimoe
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Min rise of 6 and 3/4 in. Max rise of 8 in. Run must be 10-11 im.
#4 to #3 - ruckallthefules
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(06/14/2014) [-]
>mfw 0/0
#14 - holcomb
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(06/15/2014) [-]
**holcomb rolled user eezo ** would make an excellent model
#15 to #14 - eezo
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Gratias tibi,
#25 to #15 - hammarhead
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(06/15/2014) [-]
don't forget your ago
#18 - skaterbay
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Really, this was my first guess
#44 to #18 - chaossniper ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
never had one of those and it always intreged me how do they work
#19 to #18 - mymommasallama
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(06/15/2014) [-]
people can do some crazy **** with an etch a sketch
#35 to #19 - moonmist
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#21 to #19 - hydraetis
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(06/15/2014) [-]
Those people are not human.
#42 to #19 - thiswasnttaken
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(06/15/2014) [-]
*shake shake*
#24 to #19 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
In a time before autism was discovered....
#5 - adzodeux
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(06/14/2014) [-]
So after a certain point you just level up each year?
#2 - niggabivakasha ONLINE
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#34 - grimmwaters ONLINE
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(06/15/2014) [-]
I like where this thread is going
I like where this thread is going
#16 - homepage
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#27 - tyrson
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(06/15/2014) [-]
The crew I used to work for had 3 people capable of building stairs. My father, who'd been in the business for 20 years; Chase, who'd been in the business for about 7 years and always built them perfectly the second time; and myself, the only one to bother actually learning math, and the only one to be proficient after 2 years.
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