Thanks for watching episode 19!

Topics taken to task this week:

– Buono concert report

– Morning Musume UltraSmart tour

– Renai Hunter

– Suugaku Episode 6

Just to note, the sexy word should have been yutanpo not yutanbo ~ Invis was right!

*Notes:*

1. a is an unknown constant that represents the number of bowls on the table.

2. u is also an unknown constant.

3. Logistically the bowls will fill from y=0 to y=”h”, but do not assume a maximum height of h. Leave the answer in integral form.

4. The border bounded by the curve in quadrant 1 approximates the sides of the bowl.

5. The solution should be 3-4 steps max!

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So, here we go again ! I understand my false assumption now. Sorry for the podcast, I was connected and in front of my computer but I fell asleep before the beginning. Shame on me. I haven’t had time to listen to it yet, but I will.

For the math problem: I will take my last attempt to solve it. The volume of the bowl of tonkotsu can be calculate as the sum of the area of the infinite number of disk stacked one upon another, which radius ‘x’ is a function of y (inverse of f), varying between 0 and h. This is calculated with on integral.

If y = π ∗ x² / u , and the area of one disk is π * x², then the area equals u y.

So the volume of one bowl became ∫( 0, h, u y, dy) = u ∫( 0, h, y, dy)

For ‘a’ bowls:

V = a ∗ u ∫( 0, h, y, dy)

I am right this time ?

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Correct! Now can you figure out what it spells =)

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a and u are constant, so they can be put inside the integral. Wich give ∫( 0, h, a∗u∗y, dy) , which can be simplified as ∫ auy. Am I close ?

♡ / S a y u / ♡

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o(^▽^)o

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I agree with the camera thing. It’s just not right.

It’s a common thing in the west, but when a not-insanely-popular idol group like Buono! gets a chance to come to Paris like that and the fans whip out their tech to record it…? It seems kind of rude.

I think recordings like that happen because western artists don’t always release concert DVDs like H!P does. And just as someone mentioned, there’s usually too many fans recording to stop and individually penalize them all.

I know a few people who don’t have a problem with recording while at concerts, and they don’t feel guilty about it either since they paid and they were there. They share the pics and videos on Facebook for friends, but not on YouTube for anyone to look at.

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