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Friday, September 14, 2012

A fix or forget math sort of Friday

If the average life expectancy is said to run the course of more or less 80 years.

One can multiply 80 by 365, the number of days in a year, leaving us with roughly 29,200 approximate days of living.

Of these 29,200 approximate days of living, the average number of Fridays any living breathing being can experience in any given calendar year is 52 (as there are 52 weeks per year, per Gregorian/Western calendar standards). 

52, multiplied again, by 80 (the average lifespan), leaves us with a total sum in the neighborhood of about 4,160 Fridays in any given lifetime.

That's a lot of math, and a whole lotta living to do in a fairly relative short period of time. 

I'm no statistician/mathematician, and I recognize there are many variables unconsidered/unaccounted for in this equation, but according to my calculations, I've approximately 2,184 Fridays left in me for the duration of my remaining lifetime.

My fixing's can wait until the weekend.

How will you spend your last Fridays on this magic planet?

For the record, I'm still waiting for the day when I will actually use what I learned in Algebra in real life:

You know, this stuff?

xy + (4 22) > x - 5y [2+9-7]

I'm off to Friday now, I do hope you'll consider joining me at some point today.

The happiest of Fridays to you.

I less than three you all.



Max Stuart said...

she loves us? ITS A LIE! you can't divide by a negative. hehehe its ok Ringo I <3 you and your silly math too

Ringo Firefly said...

I'm decent at silly math. Really-real math hurts my brain. Lubb! Lubb! Lubb x

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