Im liking the check, but he should have made it the integral of what he wrote with regards to x, easy modification which makes it much more complicated. Especially with the series in there.
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Im liking the check, but he should have made it the integral of what he wrote with regards to x, easy modification which makes it much more complicated. Especially with the series in there.
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I'm not sure that would've made a whole lot of sense. It's bad enough that they had to bust out geometric series tricks and the Euler formula to figure out the measly dollar and 2 tenths of a cent. having it integrate over x when there isn't an x in sight would just append an x to the the 1.002. Such would be a foolish move as Verizon could counter and set x to an obscene amount via adjusting of the limits of integration.
Perhaps if invoking integrals, one could go the extra step along the complex analysis route, and pull out an application of the residual theorem within the exponent.
Who bills someone 1.002 dollars anyways? I'm not so much appalled by the small amount as I am by the inclusion of the 0.002.
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Actually doing the math yields 1.002 dollars on the check. 0.002 for the first part, 1 for the exponential and 1/(11/2) for the summation for a grand total of 1 dollar and 2/10 of a cent (which still upsets me by the way, the same way it upsets me when i see it at gas stations)
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