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comment Interpolating point outside quad
Here's one alternative derivation of values (not using bilinear interpolation): stackoverflow.com/a/23938113/405017
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comment Interpolating point on a quad
Possibly interestingly related: "What is this technique, if not bilinear interpolation?"
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comment Contiguous edges of a cube (and other regular solids)
@bof I left out the dodecahedron due to lazy thinking. And yes, I was referring to a 4-dimensional hypercube. You are right that the octahedron is fully traversible; just didn't find the right path before.
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comment How would you explain to a 9th grader the negative exponent rule?
Have the students watch Vi Hart's "How I feel about logarithms".
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comment Calculating capacity: number of servers needed for various probability levels
Thanks for the insight. FWIW the company has an enterprise account spending obscene amounts with Google for search support; the XML API is what we'll likely be using. Now...given those distributions, any answer to the question for the formula itself? ;)