This is too good not to post! Someone made it and posted it on facebook and I saved it to my computer. I can’t seem to find the link to where it was posted though :-(.. and I can’t find any websites that have the image 🙁

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# Lord of the Rings Math

This is too good not to post! Someone made it and posted it on facebook and I saved it to my computer. I can’t seem to find the link to where it was posted though :-(.. and I can’t find any websites that have the image 🙁
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13 thoughts on “Lord of the Rings Math”

This is too good not to post! Someone made it and posted it on facebook and I saved it to my computer. I can’t seem to find the link to where it was posted though :-(.. and I can’t find any websites that have the image 🙁

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NikkWould’ve been better if the range was in set builder notation.

MathguyVERTICAL ASYMPTOTES FTW!!!!!!

SteveEquation should look more like y=-1/(x-gandalf) 😛

tehdogtry tineye.comJamesDomain and range are also incorrect, should be:

Domain = R\{Gandalf}

Range = R\{0}

AkuWriting it in English is just as correct as writing it in mathematical notation. Yes, it’s bad practice, but it’s no less right.

anonymousThat’s a better version, done by the original artist.

anonymousno it’s actually wrong

the domain should be: [-inf,gandalf]u[gandalf,+inf]

and the range should be: [-inf,inf]

the picture shows a vertical asymptote. this is related to domain values, not range values. if it were a horizontal asymptote, then it would be in respect to the range.

fajas colombianasThis equation is an epic win

Hamish mctavishLoad. Of. Shite. No doubt you yankee assholes would “dig” this geeky shite.

ktkat95yes. yes, we would, if u have a problem with it you should just leave

MattHoooooooly cow, I drew this my senior year of high school, way back in 2009. I never thought I’d see it again. Damn.

OrekoNerd out time

This wouldn’t actually be x^balrog

It would actually be f(x)=(-balrog/(x-2)) or maybe tangent(balrog*(x-c))

where b is the distance from the Y axis of the asymptote.

and c is |b-pi/2|