# What's the Formula?

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ZeesKite
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Does anyone here have the exact formula for figuring out my moods and brain-power-hour-output as related to the weather?

Take today, for instance. Outside (last I came up from my underground bunker and checked) is cloudy, rainy, cold, damp, dreary. Head (think module) is on reduced power mode, inside gears turning only at 4658 (and a quarter) rpm.

It took longer to type this up. (and this line made it longer (and that, too, made it longer (and that, too, made it longer (and that, too, ma <HELP It’s getting to my head!>

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HaLeiVi
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It’s a very simple formula: y=f(n) where f=f(n)

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ZeesKite
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I knew that. How about where it’s not.

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HaLeiVi
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Well, then it gets a bit more complex: y = f(n) where n = -?

and f = f(n+1)

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ZeesKite
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Again, you’re always equationing where it is. I want to know where it’s not.

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HaLeiVi
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First do it.

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dhl144
Member

nooooooooo commmennnnnttt!!!!!

#908384

Mood = input[{chocolate} + {peace & quiet}] – annoyance[{ringing phones}*{honking horns}*{lack of chocolate}]

Everything is better with chocolate!

#908385

Well, then it gets a bit more complex: y = f(n) where n = -?

and f = f(n+1)

My guess is that y = -?

y = f(n)

y = f(-?)

-? = f(-? + 1)

y = -? * -?

y = -?

Yes. I am very bad at math.

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ZeesKite
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STOP IT!!! My computer is burning up from all that calcalusion.

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zen3344
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If y = f(n) where n = -? and f = f(n+1) is where it is,

then I postulate that

Make sense?

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YW Moderator-42
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2B | !2B = Q

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HaLeiVi
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That is brilliant, 42! Is that your own?

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Wisey
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If weather causes a negative mood then time outdoors should be decreased.

Mood =Simchas Hachayim minus dreary weather multiplied by time spent outdoors squared.

Using the Order of Operations this can be proven considering the downward spiral a low mood causes.

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