# my favorite math problem

## my favorite math problem

my most favorite math problem of all time are inverse 3x3 matrices

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## Re: my favorite math problem

Like [A]^-1 × [B] = [X]?

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## Re: my favorite math problem

find the surface area of my balls if each testicle has a diameter of 34 in. dont use a calculator

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## Re: my favorite math problem

round to the nearest tenth if ncessary

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FladeMcGay wrote:find the surface area of my balls if each testicle has a diameter of 34 in. dont use a calculator
this is impossible because of a few reasons

1. your nasty cancer-ridden testicles have an irregular shape that can only be approximated to an arbitrary degree
2. a diameter of 34 inches is not enough information to solve the problem unless you have perfectly spherical balls
3. the folds of skin that surround the testicles increases the surface area by a great but indeterminate amount that can only be found by cutting your balls off and unwrapping the folds

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## Re: my favorite math problem

assuming your balls are both spherical the following answer is obtained: 2048*pi in^2 which is approximately 6434 inches squared of ballsack

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xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:Like [A]^-1 × [B] = [X]?

yes, where B is I(3)

see this

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you have to play around with adding and subtracting the rows until matrice [A] has the same inputs as [B]

you would need a zero in row 1 and column 2, and a 0 on row 3, column 3

now that i looked at the matrice i made, there should be a 1 instead of 0 on row 3, column 3, my bad

if that were the case, then this would be an issue of solving a system of equations that has 3 variables

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## Re: my favorite math problem

my class did lots of em in pre calc

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jewmoko wrote:
xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:Like [A]^-1 × [B] = [X]?

yes, where B is I(3)

see this
notice the similarities between tomoko and amsk8r's handwriting

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## Re: my favorite math problem

like no shit youre not even trying ams it looks the same

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xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:my class did lots of em in pre calc

in matrix/linear algebra, you would have to do 3-dimensional matrices

matrices are not hard at all once you do a few of them

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FladeMcGay wrote:find the surface area of my balls if each testicle has a diameter of 34 in. dont use a calculator
this is impossible because of a few reasons

1. your nasty cancer-ridden testicles have an irregular shape that can only be approximated to an arbitrary degree
2. a diameter of 34 inches is not enough information to solve the problem unless you have perfectly spherical balls
3. the folds of skin that surround the testicles increases the surface area by a great but indeterminate amount that can only be found by cutting your balls off and unwrapping the folds

1. dont make fun of me
2. the formula for area of a circle is pi * r^2
3. not counting those

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## Re: my favorite math problem

a real testicle is not perfectly spherical and therefore the surface area is only roughly approximated with 4*pi*r^2

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xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:a real testicle is not perfectly spherical and therefore the surface area is only roughly approximated with 4*pi*r^2
OK THEN DO THAT THEN

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WHY DO I JHAVE TO ENTER A CAPTCHA EVERYTIME I POST

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xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:assuming your balls are both spherical the following answer is obtained: 2048*pi in^2 which is approximately 6434 inches squared of ballsack

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xx_gladhander-viagra wrote:assuming your balls are both spherical the following answer is obtained: 2048*pi in^2 which is approximately 6434 inches squared of ballsack

wrong

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## Re: my favorite math problem

um, no it's not

$\textup{Surface Area}_{sphere}: 4\pi r^2 \\ \textup{1. }((4\pi) \times 16^2) \times 2 \\ \textup{2. }((4\pi) \times 256) \times 2 \\ \textup{3. }1024\pi \times 2 \\ \textup{4. }2048\pi$

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those are pretty large balls

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well ams is gonna cover his tracks aint he?

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never forget the time he told us how he had four months of math homework that he didnt do and never did it

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jewmoko wrote:those are pretty large balls
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Flade I'll give you a problem when you get home since you are otx's resident math expert

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