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Post  FELOOx on Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:47 pm

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

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Post  nightstalk95 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:48 pm

Oddly enough, this is just one of many oral exercises employed by auctioneers. Using a sing-song method of delivery, varying the syllabic emphasis, and testing themselves to see how many times the question and answer can be repeated in one breath while being heard and understood by an audience, is how they hone their harmonic skill.

Woodchucks can't chuck wood and they were only named that because the English men who found it could not pronounce the Indian version and settled for this. But if woodchucks could they would probably chuck about 700 pounds of it (true scientific evidence backs this up).

A woodchuck would chuck ALL of the wood if a woodchuck could chuck wood!

Well assuming its a fairly large woodchuck and its early adulthood, he would be able to chuck about 90-110 pounds of wood an hour.

Actually, it is more likely that global warming or the volcano located at Yellowstone will kill us all before a woodchuck could chuck wood.

A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could, until Chuck Norris got there.
This depends on several decisive factors:
1. The size of the woodchuck in question.
2. The density of the wood.
3. The position function of the woodchuck [f(w)] in relation to the wood [w].
4. The velocity [v=f'(w)] and acceleration [a=dv/dw; or a= f"(w)] with respect to the woodchuck and the chucking.
5. Given an interval [t], integrate the function [f(w)] allowing for [a] and [v].
There you have it, the area under the curve. (I.E. HOW MUCH A WOOD A WOODCHUCK CAN CHUCK).
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Post  Bbal on Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:31 pm

nightstalk95 wrote:Oddly enough, this is just one of many oral exercises employed by auctioneers. Using a sing-song method of delivery, varying the syllabic emphasis, and testing themselves to see how many times the question and answer can be repeated in one breath while being heard and understood by an audience, is how they hone their harmonic skill.

Woodchucks can't chuck wood and they were only named that because the English men who found it could not pronounce the Indian version and settled for this. But if woodchucks could they would probably chuck about 700 pounds of it (true scientific evidence backs this up).

A woodchuck would chuck ALL of the wood if a woodchuck could chuck wood!

Well assuming its a fairly large woodchuck and its early adulthood, he would be able to chuck about 90-110 pounds of wood an hour.

Actually, it is more likely that global warming or the volcano located at Yellowstone will kill us all before a woodchuck could chuck wood.

A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could, until Chuck Norris got there.
This depends on several decisive factors:
1. The size of the woodchuck in question.
2. The density of the wood.
3. The position function of the woodchuck [f(w)] in relation to the wood [w].
4. The velocity [v=f'(w)] and acceleration [a=dv/dw; or a= f"(w)] with respect to the woodchuck and the chucking.
5. Given an interval [t], integrate the function [f(w)] allowing for [a] and [v].
There you have it, the area under the curve. (I.E. HOW MUCH A WOOD A WOODCHUCK CAN CHUCK).
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Post  FELOOx on Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:34 pm

nightstalk95 wrote:Oddly enough, this is just one of many oral exercises employed by auctioneers. Using a sing-song method of delivery, varying the syllabic emphasis, and testing themselves to see how many times the question and answer can be repeated in one breath while being heard and understood by an audience, is how they hone their harmonic skill.

Woodchucks can't chuck wood and they were only named that because the English men who found it could not pronounce the Indian version and settled for this. But if woodchucks could they would probably chuck about 700 pounds of it (true scientific evidence backs this up).

A woodchuck would chuck ALL of the wood if a woodchuck could chuck wood!

Well assuming its a fairly large woodchuck and its early adulthood, he would be able to chuck about 90-110 pounds of wood an hour.

Actually, it is more likely that global warming or the volcano located at Yellowstone will kill us all before a woodchuck could chuck wood.

A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could, until Chuck Norris got there.
This depends on several decisive factors:
1. The size of the woodchuck in question.
2. The density of the wood.
3. The position function of the woodchuck [f(w)] in relation to the wood [w].
4. The velocity [v=f'(w)] and acceleration [a=dv/dw; or a= f"(w)] with respect to the woodchuck and the chucking.
5. Given an interval [t], integrate the function [f(w)] allowing for [a] and [v].
There you have it, the area under the curve. (I.E. HOW MUCH A WOOD A WOODCHUCK CAN CHUCK).


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