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How to write a check

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by GunDr, Aug 7, 2007.

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  1. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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  2. grnberetcj

    grnberetcj Active Member

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    Prozac will help you more!!!

    Curt
     
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    handlepuller Well-Known Member

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    That is very funny.

    Guess your cell phone company pisses you off as much as mine does sometimes.
     
  4. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    maybe a blonde can figure this one out. LOL
     
  5. phirel

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    I kinda like that, but I hope I do not get one written to me in a similar manner.

    Pat Ireland
     
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    Funny....EXCEPT THE CALCULATION AT THE BOTTOM IS WRONG!!!!

    Whomever tried to solve this obviously had no idea what they were doing.

    Not saying I do, but I think the check amount is intended to be $1.00

    Here's why. The expression is e to the power of "i*pi", not e to the power of "2*pi".

    "i" is a term used to describe the square root of a negative 1. But you can't take the square root of a negative number, right? Well, not exactly, but the term does have practical uses in mathematical terms.

    So, since "i" is an imaginary term, the expression e to the power of i*pi is an imaginary number.

    What you have left is 0.002 dollars (or 0.2 cents) plus the summation of the last term, which essentially limits out at 1.

    Any math geniuses out there know if I'm right or wrong?

    Tim
     
  7. lumper

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    Ya know ... I think your right.
     
  8. recurvyarcher

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    This is how I would do summations.
     
  9. timb99

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    Bank would ignore it.

    Devi, I can't see what you posted.

    Tim
     
  10. recurvyarcher

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    I don't know what to tell you, Tim. I can see it on my computer. Can you right-click on it and show the image?
     
  11. timb99

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    I can see it now.
     
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    Where did you move to Doug?? And it isn't even winter yet!!
     
  13. GunDr

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    I live in northern MN. 35 miles north of Brainerd. It's been too hot here for the last 3 weeks. Sure be glad when the daytime 60's return!!

    Doug
     
  14. CharlesR1100

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    You will have the check returned.

    You will be billed for returning the check and interest will be added to your next bill for non-payment of the last bill. Your check will not clear the banking system.

    You will have your credit impared and reported to the local credit bureau.

    You will be reported as "slow pay" when you send in another check correctly annotated.

    You probably will not do it again and your wife, if married, probably does not think it is funney.

    Calling your creditors "bitches" in their face is never a bright idea.

    This is how not to write a check.
     
  15. FarmerD

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    After my first divorce I had to pay my ex wife support payments. I would send them to her with for column fill is as DEAD HORSE. Pissed her off. RG
     
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