You gotta roll with what's working. If that means bringing him off the bench to try and keep momentum from game 3 then so be it.
That formula only works if the initial rate (r) is a nominal rate. If you're starting with an effective rate, you don't have to divide it by the number of compounding periods (n) in a year and can just raise the accumulation factor to whatever power gets you to the time period you want.
The formula given for continuously compounding interest (force of interest) is correct if you have a constant force of interest. For a variable force of interest you need to divide a'(t)/a(t) and evaluate over the specific time period to get the correct compound interest.
You can also express compound interest as a function of the discount rate (d) depending if you are comparing to the value at the beginning or end of the compounding period.
Pshhh, Preds are going fo fo fo fo
If you think LSU is comparable to OSU financially, the Ohio State football budget is 0.1% of the total school's budget. While the team may make money, its pennies compared to what's needed. Food for thought.
Congrats! Just don't waste your time by being sober.
I only skimmed the post, but here's what I picked up:
hotdog...quality...reeked of potential disaster.
Agreed. IMO just because a record has a chance of being broken doesn't make it less amazing or noteworthy.
But what if with advances in genetics and sports performance, someone born 50 years from now can have a 25 year career and perform at a top level for that span? We've already seen the advances that sports science have on career longevity and performance, and we're only at the tip of the iceberg for that stuff.
I can't find you a pitcher who can win 500 games because one doesn't exist now, but it's naïve to think that just because one doesn't exist now, one will never exist.
Every record was breakable. People were having this same discussion 50 years ago about records set in the early 1900's that have since been broken. We have no idea what is going to happen in the next 50 let alone next 200 years. The improvements in science and human performance leave everything on the table.
For those records we think are untouchable due to rules changes, etc., those same rules could change in the future making them touchable again.
I just don't think any records are "unbreakable".
You could consider refereeing sports. I ref high school and middle school lacrosse in the spring and pays $50-$90 per game. I usually do a game or 2 during the week and 3-4 on a weekend and can do more or less depending on my schedule.
Drive for Uber. Super flexible but downside is the income can be unpredictable. Also depends on where you live if it is worth it.
Hashtag bro. Pound signs only exist on landlines....
Jammie Jammie-Jammie is one of the best players I've ever seen.
What's the statute of limitations on repeat threads? The forum topic you linked to was created in mid-November of last year.
We can't reasonably expect for everything related in that topic to go in that forum post from now on. That's like saying if I wanted to start a Fire Fickell topic, instead of doing so I should just dig up one from 2 years ago and post my views at the end of that topic.
I get that we don't want a ton of repeat topics polluting the boards, but it seems like the OP was within his right to create a new topic, especially since the basketball season has been a roller coaster with long high's and lows, and he was responding to the most recent results.
I don't think Burrow will start here. I bet its JT for 2 more years and then Haskins for 3 years after that.
Nobody is ever going to take you up on that offer. It just takes too much time to find and comb through comments of old threads.
...that have probably been drinking longer than anyone else on this site
Cooper Hawk at Easton may fit your criteria. Maybe not as fancy as the ones Rubix listed but is nice enough where my friend proposed to his wife there.
Solid post. Well thought out and clear. +1
It sound like there are 2 things that could fix the situation that the OP is describing.
1) Improved site search functionality. I think the site is great but to me the Achilles' heel is the search functionality. Once a forum or thread goes off the homepage, I consider it gone due to the fact that it is difficult to find it. There have definitely been times for me where I remember something has been posted or stated before, but after searching relevant keywords, etc. I can't find the thread and end up not posting something I think could be helpful as a result.
2) Let the Mods do their job. If the issue that the OP has is that members are trying to do what Mods do, let them do their job. If there are not enough Mods that they can make changes and keep people on topic in real time, maybe there needs to be more Mods. It seems that with the influx of members and frequency of posting, it would make sense that the Mod ranks would be scaled accordingly.
All of this banter is pointless where people quote parts of comments trying to prove a point. Let's just try to find some actionable fixes to the problem instead of calling each other out. Personalities and behaviors aren't going to be changed based on internet comments.
Our royalties percentage is the highest in the country at about 10%. Most other schools only get about 1%.
I do it once per week on Saturdays when a local gym has free community classes. I like using that to mix it up from my regular workouts of boxing and running/cycling.
Don't use these trash methods, they teach the wrong way to tie your shoes. Everyone should learn the correct way to tie shoes:
Ray Ray's is the way to go.