Friday, December 08, 2006

Why? Why? Why?

12 comments:

Open Grove Claudia said...

Sadly... so true.

Chris said...

question: the "carrot" on top ... what does that mean again?

Shinga said...

Priceless. But, of course, for everything else there's Mastercard.

aoyoyo said...

Jeeezzz! My Y is running out and my bank account is empty :-(

I love your match. Thanks a lot for this funny calculation.

Can I use your post on my Blog?

Anonymous said...

Y-hat is the estimated value of Y... Very nice work.

Anonymous said...

curious though, what is y hat estimating? if y is not a constant and y2 is the $ needed to pay bills, what then is y hat?

Anonymous said...

y-hat is your own estimate of what's in your bank account, which is always greater than what's actually there

Ken said...

Good math. Well done! "Living in Y Hat" could make a good book!

Anne Blythe said...

Brilliant blog..I love it

Cuéllar said...

muy acertado tu blog...me encantan los conjuntos y las gráficas de oferta y demanda

Ranadurjay said...

You could have added that y necessarily needs to be greater than unity for the irony to hold.

:)

The use of y-hat is just awesome. This is one of the brainiest blogs i've ever come across.

Anonymous said...

I thought 'y-hat' meant 'complex y'. In this context it still makes sense, as it implies that y has an imaginary component.

Took me a while though.

 
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