Rat rod vs Lambor

Monday, April 18, 2016

Declarations of the rights of man vs the bill of rights

Personally, the "Declarations of the Rights of Man". Not only does the "Declarations of the Rights of Man" provide the rights to man, but it promotes equality as well. I feel like the "Declarations of the Rights of Man" is something that focuses more on the men instead of a certain group, since at first the Bill of Rights is something that targets the anti-federalists, in order for them to accept the constitution, but I feel that in the "Declarations of the Rights of Man" there is no catch, thus making it more reliable and solvable. The only problem is that the tyrant Robespierre trashed this rule and sought out to pertain his power, and so the freedom and equality thing did not work out in the end. Also I feel like the "Declarations of the Rights of Man" is more fit, since France was overgrowing a change of government and in the same time trying to fight a war, it was trying to take care of two babies at once, two problems, and it was not any easier to take care of creating a new government than to fight a war.

Friday, April 15, 2016

math blog

1. I input the winning team's score on L1 and the losing team's score on L2 and the Superbowl number on L3.

The mean of the winning team is 30 points and the average score of the losing team is 16.
The median of the loser's score is 17
and the first quartile is 10 and the third quartile is 21
the minimum value is 3
and the maximum value is 31

first quartile 23
third quartile 35
Min: 16

Med: 30.5

Max: 55

std for the winners is 9.5
std for the losers is 6.7

this means that the loser's plot points are less spread out than the winner's

There is no correlation between the scores. As the R value is 0.15 there is no correlation at all.

The r value if this linear equation is 0.15 which means that there is no correlation between the plotted points. But according to the equation 1.2+27= 28.2 therefore it is 28