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We should maybe do it based on 2010 daily post rate but that would require database operations and stuff. I'm sure my average for 2010 is in the 50s

New Problem:If graphmastur has 10 000 peanuts and each one costs 22 cents, how long would it take for him to make 1000 dollars if he sells 666 peanuts per day, and only works 2 days per week? Start a 1 January (it is a Sunday, and Sunday is the 1st day of the week).Concerning the first challenge... I got to the number of days, but how'd you get the date?

Exactly 3928.82 days. On September 27, 2021!Let sp=Scout's Total PostsLet dp=DJ's Total PostsLet d=total number of days (starting at day 0, right now)sp=24.753*d +21114dp=29.600*d + 2071Find value for d where sp=dp, therefore:24.753*d +21114 = 29.600*d + 207119043 = 4.847*dd=3928.82

jan 3rd

Quote from: nemo on December 26, 2010, 08:59:25 pmjan 3rdWhy?

public class Solve{ public static void main(String[] args){ double sum = 0; int i = 34; for(; sum < 50; i--) sum += i * .2; System.out.println(Math.abs(i-34) + " days, including today"); }}