# How much is Toph's hair insured for? 31 replies

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#1 4 years ago

I wonder how much Toph will get paid if the mane gets damaged.

Ryojin

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#2 4 years ago

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DarthParrot

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#3 4 years ago

Let's model it!

C(m,B,s) = A

Where C(i) is the cost function, m is the mass of hair, B is the beauty of hair, s is the silky smoothness of hair, and A is the output cost.

Are there any other variables I'm missing? Once we have that figured out, we could probably model it with a series of differential equations - Solve those for C(i) (either analytically, numerically, or cheat with Wolfram) - then get Toph to give us the inputs.

Ryojin

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#4 4 years ago

Yes. You're missing the variable of Clovis' stare.

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#5 4 years ago

DarthParrot

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#6 4 years ago

Okay, so now we have C(m,B,s,c) = A (with c being the "Clovis' stare" parameter)

Anything else?

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#7 4 years ago

Nope, you're good.

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#8 4 years ago

I believe you're forgetting Ryojin's Fap-Constant, which is almost as vital to mathematics as pi.

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#9 4 years ago

That is irrelevant to the equation at hand, though.

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#10 4 years ago

Ok. Fair enough.