Seinfeld Madison Box

Seinfeld Madison Box
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whoops my hand slipped

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  • On a crystal clear day in Madison, Wisconsin, Jerry Seinfeld steps carefully down the street, prepared to meet his destiny. 
  • At the door to Madison's biggest boxing ring, Barry Zeinfeld stands ready to battle Jerry for the title of best mathematical champion. 
  • MADISON BOXING
  • Now, this is not the first match Barry has boxed with Jerry, so Seinfeld has had many battles to analyze his opponent's punches, which always hit with a curve of y=13-10x-3x^2 at a point on the ring of (-4,5).
  • Using this data, Jerry can plug the values of the punch function into (f(a+h)-h)/h to find a tangent line in which he can side-step the punch. By periodically plugging in  resulting in a value of 14, which can then be used to form a function of a line of movement for Jerry.
  • (f(-4+h) - 5)/h = 13-10h+40-3h^2+24h-48 = (-3h^2+14h)/h
  • And thus, the proper tangent line of the punch curve was graphed as y-5=14(x+4), and Jerry properly blocked the punch, winning the match. 
  • Seinfeld has won, and the world is his.
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