Talk:Chuck Norris (U.S. accountant)
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I am writing concerning part of Chuck Norris' biography which concerns his tip during the 1980s. When attempting to work out how much exactly Mr Norris had spent on his meal i spotted an error:
'... a mere 13.3%. Well, it was closer to 13.27% ... I had half a mind to round the extra cent down, too, to 13.23% ...'
This is an impossibility as he must of already rounded down in order to reach a percantage tip lower than what he was intending.
ie If say he had 0.7 cents left over and he had rounded correctly up to the nearest cent, then his percentage tip would of been higher than 13.3%. This means he must of had less than 0.5 cents left over to begin with which means he would of already been rounding down! Therefore there must be an error in this quote as the percentage tip would not of changed in the situation he describes. - Uberenkay
- I admit that I did not do the math concerning this tip. By all means, if you wish to substitute the numbers with ones that work, I will be
eternallygrateful. 06:29, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
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