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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 09 Jul '06 21:35 / 1 edit
    Ok, so I made this one up my self after seeing one a while ago that was about women being evil or something.

    How is money equal to (voltage/resistance)voltage or voltage^2/resistance?

    I think that is it, I think I have my calculations right, if you don't think so just message me so I can change it, instead of blasting me in the forum, if you please.
  2. 09 Jul '06 23:02 / 1 edit
    Easy

    Money = Power (1)
    Power = Voltage x Current (2)
    Voltage = Current x Resistance (3)

    Using 2 and 3

    Power = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance (4)

    Using 4 and 1

    Money = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance
  3. 10 Jul '06 01:57
    Originally posted by Gastel
    Easy

    Money = Power (1)
    Power = Voltage x Current (2)
    Voltage = Current x Resistance (3)

    Using 2 and 3

    Power = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance (4)

    Using 4 and 1

    Money = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance
    mhmm
  4. Subscriber Ponderable
    chemist
    14 Jul '06 12:01
    where is the math? This is physics to me
  5. 14 Jul '06 18:18
    Originally posted by Gastel
    Easy

    Money = Power (1)
    Power = Voltage x Current (2)
    Voltage = Current x Resistance (3)

    Using 2 and 3

    Power = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance (4)

    Using 4 and 1

    Money = Voltage x Voltage / Resistance
    Instead of "Voltage x Voltage / Resistance" you can also write:

    Money = Resistance x Current^2

    Now we all know that resistance is futile... ->

    Money = Futile x Current^2


    I can't think of something to eleminate "Current^2". Maybe we can make something of this.
  6. 14 Jul '06 21:30
    To eliminate the square currant, simply replace it with an oddly shaped piece of dried fruit.