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Old 22nd October 2011, 11:57 PM   #31
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Old 23rd October 2011, 01:56 PM   #32
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However, unlike some of the other members, Dan Wiggins liked my idea and worked out the math involved. When the dust cleared, the final result was the Dan Wiggins' design of the Shiva Subwoofer Driver, which used dual voice coils. The Shiva White Paper covers this use of a variable "Q" 2nd voice coil rather extensively.
Who was it who worked out this math?
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Who was it who worked out this math?
Ron,

I get the sense that you remember this from... (the Bass List?)
Dan certainly did the Math, although I checked his work and made any necessary corrections.


For those who may not know, I claim the title as the World's Worst Mathematician. Many have attempted to challenge my supremacy, but all have been confounded by my incomparable mastery of math ineptitude.

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Old 24th October 2011, 09:58 PM   #34
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Ron,

I get the sense that you remember this from... (the Bass List?)
Dan certainly did the Math, although I checked his work and made any necessary corrections.


For those who may not know, I claim the title as the World's Worst Mathematician. Many have attempted to challenge my supremacy, but all have been confounded by my incomparable mastery of math ineptitude.

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Ok , Terry a challenge,

What is "(3.14658/3^3)(5/2*7)="

I've had a 5 year old answer this correctly
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Old 24th October 2011, 10:11 PM   #35
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Ok , Terry a challenge,

What is "(3.14658/3^3)(5/2*7)="

I've had a 5 year old answer this correctly
~ .025
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Old 24th October 2011, 11:07 PM   #36
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~ .025
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Old 25th October 2011, 01:42 AM   #37
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of course the answer depends upon the order of precedence.

if you place this expression in a spreadsheet manager, the result will be text since the formula is bounded by quotes.

so, depending upon the "rules of engagement" here, there are several answers.

you have one.
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ok, apparently Terry doesn't want to play.

Q: What is "(3.14658/3^3)(5/2*7)="

A: an equation.
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ok, apparently Terry doesn't want to play.

Q: What is "(3.14658/3^3)(5/2*7)="

A: an equation.
I was afraid if I replied, that I might accidently have gotten the correct answer and "blown" my standing!

All you envious types would just love to pull me me down off of my pedestal, but I've foiled you again!


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