Friday, September 17, 2010

The perfect accessory for weekend nights out in the East Village

Homemade mask spotted on 10th Street.


Jeremiah Moss said...

perfect! someone should design this into a durable foam structure and sell it in the kiosks on St. Mark's Place.

EV Grieve said...

Yes. I have started a cost-benefits analysis. Cost varies as a function of total production volume (V), the rate of output (x), the date of first delivery (T), and the date of completion of the full production run (m), where x(t) denotes the rate of output at moment t. Moreover, as the total quantity of units produced increases, the cost of future output tends to decline because production-knowledge increases as a result of production experience (this proposition is known as the ‘learning’ or ‘progress’ curve"). That is: dC / dT | x = x0 , V = V0 , < 0. This relationship probably holds for most products produced in large batches using traditional mass-production methods. Moreover it is usually assumed that:

dC / dx(t) | T = T0, V = V0 > 0
d2C / dx(t)2 | T = T0, V = V0 > 0
dC / dV | x = x0, T = T0 > 0
d2C / dV2 | x = x0, T = T0 < 0

So, uh, I'll get back to you on that.

esquared said...

id like to hedge on its derivatives

glamma said...

used to be a set of works!

AWKWORD said...

so true