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1 56 23.3%
2 37 15.4%
3 36 15.0%
4 19 7.9%
5 14 5.8%
6 8 3.3%
7 1 0.4%
8 0 0.0%
9 0 0.0%
10 1 0.4%
10+ 26 10.8%
Never 42 17.5%

 Survey posted 2004-10-19 16:31 by Morgan. Contribute ideas to surveys by sending a mail to survey@ticalc.org.

Michael O'Brien
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I've forgotten how many differnt computers I've used it on and how many times we've changed OSs. I do know I've dl-ed more than 10 times though.

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 17:42 GMT

W Hibdon
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Woah. You've returned! Welcome back.

-W-

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 02:49 GMT

Michael O'Brien
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i pop in every now and then. I gtg right now. I work for The Sharper Image and I have to open this morning.

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 15:10 GMT

Andy Janata
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"10" and "10+"... C'mon, you guys are math people! You should know that "10" is taken care of by "10+"!

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 18:36 GMT

Michael Vincent
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It's designed to trap people who vote for "10" in their own logical fallcies, I'm sure...or something like that.

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 21:52 GMT

Morgan Davies
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No its not "10 or more" implies 10 and more than than 10. 10+ means anything greater than 10 but not equal to :-P

Come on your a math guy...figure it out!

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 21:54 GMT

Andy Janata
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That would be ">10"! (Note the ! on the outside of the quotes, I don't mean "greater than ten factorial".)

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 22:03 GMT

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Sam3.14
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I agree, 10+ definitely means {n|n&#8805;10 and n is an element of the set of integers}
or maybe [10,infinity)

You need to start posting survey answers in set notation!

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 01:42 GMT

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Morgan Davies
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ok so I'm over ruled...oh well and wouldn't that be (10,infinity) "[" indicated that it is equal to 10 as well.

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 05:42 GMT

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Jake Griffin
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it should have been: (10x+x^2)/x where x cannot be negative...I love making things overly complicated ;)

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 18:36 GMT

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Jake Griffin
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hehe...Rusty's got 1,033,148 downloads at the time of this post and around 600,000 of them are from variations of VTI...that's well over half...from just VTI (one of SEVENTY programs he uploaded)

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 19:09 GMT

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no_one_2000_
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I guess it can't be zero either. ;-)

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 23:08 GMT

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Jake Griffin
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intentionally... :)

Reply to this comment    21 October 2004, 17:10 GMT

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no_one_2000_
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But what happens if we take the limit of x->0? Dun dun dun...

lim x->0 (10x+x^2)/x

THEN you can get ten :)

Reply to this comment    22 October 2004, 20:30 GMT

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Jake Griffin
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is it 10? I don't have my 89 on me...from looking at it I thought at first that it would be 1...wait no...you're right ;)

Reply to this comment    25 October 2004, 01:24 GMT

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Sam3.14
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Yes I know, I meant another way of saying 10+

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 20:53 GMT

Enchanted Coders
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When I posted this, I was the only one who voted 7...

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 18:54 GMT

calkfreak83
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Well, I was going to say... "And you still are now", but... just look down.

(Havin trouble with my brain today... We just started logarithms in Algebra 2.)

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 22:42 GMT

takuanitromars36

120d\! I did logarithms in Algebra 2 but now I have to do them AGAIN in Precalc...Yuck I hate graphing equations like f(x) = 1.2e^(-x^2-1) when my calculator is out of batteries and instead by hand. It takes up so much time...

Reply to this comment    22 October 2004, 05:51 GMT

Lewk Of Serthic
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Twice, once for each computer.

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 19:35 GMT

calkfreak83
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And you still are now...

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 21:41 GMT

Morgan Davies
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you replied to the wrong quote! :-)

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 21:57 GMT

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Tzazak

hehehe...so that's why I was mildly confused!

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 22:38 GMT

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calkfreak83
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Woh.. that was cool we replied at almost the same time... =)

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 22:39 GMT

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calkfreak83
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Yes, I see that now...

Reply to this comment    19 October 2004, 22:39 GMT

Lewk Of Serthic
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Of course I am!

Reply to this comment    20 October 2004, 01:38 GMT

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Enchanted Coders
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That was meant for me...

Anyway, I'm not going to be downloading VTI anymore, since I no longer program in assembly. I just got frustrated by it. No, don't try to convince me to restart - your attempts will fall on deaf ears.

Reply to this comment    22 October 2004, 22:17 GMT

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