# The Equation

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I am engineering major, so I'm obsessed with math and science, hence I derived an equation for penis size.
and it goes a little something like this: y=log(x^27)-10.16, where x is shoe size, american and y is lenth in centimeters.

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Wow...it's very accurate, for me at least.

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Wild - it works - at least for me. I'm a size 9 and just a touch (6.14") over 6 inches (assuming an inch is 2.54 cm)

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Hm, if I use the size of my current sneakers, I get approximately my bone pressed (Is that what people use though?) length. Interesting.

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I can't even figure out how to work a scientific calculator.

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Not even close.. Well, it's at least within 4 inches

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it doesn't take into account any PE done, or any fat that consumes the base and theres always noise on the graph.
if you've got a computer, you've got a sci calculator. open the calculator and switch the view to scientific (mac or pc).
ok what you do is take your US shoe size and push ^ then push 27 and hit enter. then hit log then subtract 10.16 and that's your answer.

if you've got a graphing calculator; hit log then your shoe size then hit ^27, then hit close parenthesis {this --> ) }, then hit-10.16. and push enter.

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You must have alot of time on your hands man.

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Now measure the penis response to arousal. I want to know if I have to stick a PID controller in my dick to get it hard faster.

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Where the hell is the ^ button?

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Close enough.

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Math is not my friend. I can't figure it out.

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an inch off

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Silly me, I thought 'log' in the equation referred to the penis.

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My calculator doesn't have a 'log' button. I guess I studied too much history and philosophy. Log tables off the net look very scary!

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Interesting....do you have another equation for girth?

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then its either an elementary school calculator, or it's a financial calculator :sad:
i actually have a passion for calculators. financial ones are for business majors, hence they suck.

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Umm, just how do you press the buttons? How would I enter the equation? If I press log at the beginning it just errors. If I try to put an open paren in then it does the same. The ^ I don't understand at all. Help.

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Most of you are using Windows, right?

Start > Programs > Accessories > Calculator

Once it's open, from the menu bar select View > Scientific

Enter your shoe size. Hit the x^y button, then enter 27 and hit Enter (or =), then hit the log button. The rest should be self-evident.

BTW, the result was within a quarter inch of my length...then again, it isn't my length that's particularly impressive. :wink:

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