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Started Learning SQL Server 2008 April 2012


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comment undergraduate math vs graduate math
@Samuel: It wasn't directed at you Sam. Sorry if it felt that way. Just noticed the -2, versus upvoted items with links to a sparsely related answer.
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comment undergraduate math vs graduate math
Please take time to refute my comment with more evidence than I present or to look into yourself before down voting, which is very negative mostly impulsive reaction to the opinion of another based on your own opinion.
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comment undergraduate math vs graduate math
@Samuel. I understand but there's no time for a lecture. Go to BLS.gov and do a search for Mathematician, Statistician, Economist, Financial Analyst and then look back to what I say.
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answered Pen, pencils and paper to write math
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comment undergraduate math vs graduate math
Agreed. The masters in Math has to be the goal though.
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answered undergraduate math vs graduate math
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asked Is this a place to use Variance, if so what is the meaning of the value?
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comment Math Function for Efficient Material Usage
I have. I could not figure out how to formulate this into one of those maximize Z given x, y, z, constraints.
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comment Math Function for Efficient Material Usage
Thank you Ross. Is there a way to formulate this with variables, so that it isn't constantly case by case - and so it can be solve at once? I want to know exactly how much of anything to convert to anything else in the beginning, convert only once and get my maximum when making the Item.
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comment Math Function for Efficient Material Usage
I guess the best thing is to give a concrete example. Call A 'Gold', B 'Food', C 'Iron', D 'Lumber'. Then let Item X be a Knight: A Knight costs 10 Gold, 10 Food, 20 Iron, and 5 Lumber. 1st question is how many Knights can I make based on the material amounts I have in storage? Wanting A=B=C=D s the 2nd question. It does not have to do with the Knight at all. The reason why I'd want to balance the materials is because there is a LIMIT on how much of each material I can store. At some point it's best to convert to another material before reaching a storage max. Does that help?
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