This road sign is on westbound NM Hwy-9 in Hachita, New Mexico.

The road sign says...

+--------------+ | Playas 20 | | Animas 30 | | Rodeo 50 | +--------------+the numbers are: 20 30 50 the math is: 20 + 30 = 50 ---begin updates on 2009.01.11--- [solve for 'n'] n + 30 = 50 rsAgeEval: log(30 - 20) + 50 = 51 * MathBabbler was 51 years young when he inserted this equation. [exercise] log(30 - 20) = _______This road sign was posted to

`RoadSignMath.com`

and it received a RSM score of 9.2.technical: 1 elegance: (ln(20)/1.25 + ln(30)/1.25 + ln(50)/1.25) / 1 = 9.2## Update::2009.01.11

This BARS was updated for week one of the Spring 2009 semester.

## Update::2009.07.26

This BARS was updated for week one of the Fall 2009 semester.

the numbers are: 20 30 50 rsAgeEval: 50 - ceil(30 / 20) = 48 * RoadHacker was 48 years young when he found this road sign. * ceil(n) outputs 'n' rounded up to the nearest integer * ceil(30 / 20) = ceil(1.5) = 2 rsAgeEval: 50 + ceil(30 / 20) = 52 * MathBabbler was 52 years young when he found this equation. off-by-one rsHwyEval: 30 / log(20 * 50) = 9 + 1 * This road sign is on NM Hwy-9 another off-by-one rsHwyEval: gcf(20, 30, 50) = 9 + 1 * This road sign is on NM Hwy-9 off-by-one rsAgeEval: 50 + log(30 - 20) = 52 - 1 * MathBabbler was 52 years young when he found this equation. off-by-one rsAgeEval: 50 - log(30 - 20) = 48 + 1 * RoadHacker was 48 years young when he found this road sign.## Update::2009.07.26

This BARS was updated for week one of the Fall 2011 semester.

the numbers are: 20 30 50 ...Base-9 can be used because this road sign was found on NM Hwy-9. ...Base-9 is thenonarynumber system. number system rsStateEval: 50 - (20_{9}/ cuberoot(30_{9})! = 47 * New Mexico was the 47th state admitted to the Union. number system math: 20_{9}+ 30_{9}= 50_{9}

**Creator:** Gerald Thurman
[gthurman@gmail.com]

**Created:** 24 December 2005

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