# Innumeracy

Edit: In all fairness, it doesn’t specify that y=f(x), so it could be correct.

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And the scales of the axes may not be uniform, but I think we’re giving them too much credit.

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I don’t want to know why you are rescaling the axes to change what happens at x=0 from being non-differentiable to having derivative 0.

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Maybe it’s the only graph paper you could find and the stores are all closed today.

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Mebbe it works if one assumes spherical chickens in a vacuum.

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Way to not listen to the shirt gang!

It should also be straight lines, not curved

Not relevant to the shirt, but still…

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a V would point to his penis

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:ctm:

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Party at The Y … axis!

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If I subtract my 50th birthday from my birth date in Excel, I get 18,263. I think Excel did that math right?

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Yeah, 50*365 = 18,250

Leap year does not exist, apparently. And of course depending on where leap year falls it could be 18,262 or 18,263 days from birth until 50th birthday.

(Or 73,050 or 73,049 if your birthday is February 29, depending which century and whether you follow the Julian or Gregorian calendar.)

Mayan or GTFO.

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International Fixed Calendar or GTFO

13 months x 28 days, Year Day makes 365, Leap Day still exists. Year Day and Leap Day do not exist in the Sunday-Saturday spectrum, they are merely Year Day and Leap Day.

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I don’t know how I feel about this.

Federation stardates or GTFO.

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If they always count as a day off of work, or a celebration of going around the sun, I’m good with it. When do these extra days occur? End of the year or the beginning of the year? The leap day in February?

We can break out of using only Hellenistic astrology for our days.