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The only mathematical formula I have ever memorized is the rule of thumb for dating and age: The half-your-age-plus-seven rule is practically infallible. The Ragbag has gone to the trouble of charting out the f(x) = ½x + 7 rule, and the logical upper limit rule that follows, the 2(x-7) rule for dating cougars.
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