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## Tupper’s self-referential formula

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Ignorance is bliss, but that doesn’t mean you should lock your car when you go to the Arctic Circle.

Thanks for the spoiler alert…

“Only in math problems can you buy 60 cantaloupes and no one asks what the hell is wrong with you.”

Or you can just use the office calculator and get it over with.

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Tupper’s self-referential formula is a self-referential formula defined by Jeff Tupper that, when graphed in two dimensions, can visually reproduce the formula itself. It is used in various math and computer science courses as an exercise in graphing formulae. The formula is an inequality defined by: where [.] denotes the floor function and mod is …