Maybe next time you can define some variables…

Would it kill you to call \sum_i(f_i) something?

I pose a challenge: find a published, peer-reviewed paper with an equation with more than 12 sums.

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~ by wcuk on May 8, 2008.

One Response to “Maybe next time you can define some variables…”

  1. something about the fact that this equation is multiplied by two is hilarious to me.

    Q: how does one calculate G?
    A: perform a complicated, confusing series of summations over a variety of variables, taking the log of some but not all sums. double.

    i can only hope that if you were to perform this operation on a calculator, the result would be 8008… or even better, 80085.

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