It’s Travis, and I feel that I need to share my intellectual insight on 2 debated mythical creatures with you. Enjoy!
Hi all of your thirsty walruses out there!
I know it has been a long time, but I am back again and I have some more nuggets of wisdom for your cake of life.
I hope you enjoyed that very special last TWiN for this season. Unfortunately, I could not make it, as I had an important thing to do. Actually, now that I think about it, it wasn’t so important…
I have some really important news that has lots of newsy news about news inside it! Here it is: My boss says that I can now use the front entrance of the Asdaqua studios building! Yay!
Hello my fellow sapiens!
How is everyone? Did you enjoy my latest show?
I particularly like my NEW green couch!
Now, here’s a quote from my famous great-grandson-
“You can’t have your cake and eat it too…”
“But you can have your cake and eat someone else’s cake too, and that’s kind of better, anyway.”
Speaking of cake, in a couple of hours I will be leaving to go to a new bakery that is opening in the 51st state, Canada!
Well, anyway, time in the office has been pretty good, although my newly bought rug is acting strange today…almost as if he’s ALIVE…Also, he keeps acting like a ninja, but he smells of tuna…
Whatever. Have you guys ever been to my office? I personally think it’s haunted. My computer screen goes black whenever I don’t use it for a while, my windows turn black at night, and I hear Tal talking all the time! Save yourself! Don’t get within a 12-gallon radius of the office building! It is CURSED!
(Cookies, yum yum!)
Its so exciting! this is the 6th travis’ advice for life! 6 is the magic number! I think…
Anyway, its great to see you all once more.
“Anybody who says you only have yourself to blame…”
“…is just not very good at blaming other people.“
Now, usually I end the post with the quote, but I still have MORE wisdom to share(Yay!)!
Cos[x]=1 – (x^3)/3! + (x^5)/5! – (x^7)/7! + (x^9)/9! – (x^11)/11!, so e^x = 1 + (x^1)/1! + (x^2)/2! + (x^3)/3! + (x^4)/4! + (x^5)/5!
The way to solve this is to understand that x has to be in radians (not degrees) and “!” means factorial (5!=5*4*3*2*1, 7!=7*6*5*4*3*2*1). With that equation, you just keep alternating + and – terms until you get to x^infinity/infinity!
If you’ve figured out the answer, check this: (97.59 +6x^7!)! !
I hope that I’ve taught you something!