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    On the face of it it does seem like there are a lot more guys looking for a lot less girls. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
    Oh okay I thought so, thank you.
    I just realised this conversation was on a thread about sex.

    Whoops
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    Women have to work hard to get it
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    too true
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    This is quite literally the most pointless thread I've seen all day.
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I just realised this conversation was on a thread about sex.

    Whoops
    d/w every thread slowly converges to maths.

    Just one more thing - if you can.

    How do we get from (1/r!) - (1/(r+1)!)

    to (r)/(r+1)!

    What I don't get is how (1/r!) = (r+1)/(r+1)!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I just realised this conversation was on a thread about sex.

    Whoops
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    What an astute and hitherto unseen observation
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    (Original post by Daniellaaa)
    Women have to work hard to get it
    Opening legs to any thirsty guy isnt exactly hard work.

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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    This is quite literally the most pointless thread I've seen all day.
    You have just logged on?
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    (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
    d/w every thread slowly converges to maths.

    Just one more thing - if you can.

    How do we get from (1/r!) - (1/(r+1)!)

    to (r)/(r+1)!

    What I don't get is how (1/r!) = (r+1)/(r+1)!
    think about what (r+1)/(r+1)! is. It is (r+1)/[ r! * (r+1)]. Right? Now just cancel the r+1 on top and bottom = 1/r!


    (Original post by Duke Glacia)
    :rofl: fair enough
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    (Original post by trapking)
    Opening legs to any thirsty guy isnt exactly hard work.

    Pendejo
    Somebody wants some loving
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    (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
    d/w every thread slowly converges to maths.

    Just one more thing - if you can.

    How do we get from (1/r!) - (1/(r+1)!)

    to (r)/(r+1)!

    What I don't get is how (1/r!) = (r+1)/(r+1)!
    First factorise (1/r!) - (1/(r+1)!)
    They are equal because the r + 1 on numerator and denominator cancel
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    (Original post by Josb)
    You have just logged on?
    I've been on for an hour or so. Should probably get off.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Its seems to me women are able to pick and choose who they sleep with much more easier than men. Men seem to have sex with girls because she's the best he'll get, doing it because he may not get another chance. If a woman gets turned down she'll easily move on to the next man as it is typically the man who has to ask, even the uglisest of women can get laid, ever seen a straight male prostitute when your out? no because girls can go into any club and would find a man to sleep with her straight away. Do people agree?
    Roughly true. Have a look at this:

    http://www.elainehatfield.com/79.pdf
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    (Original post by Daniellaaa)
    Somebody wants some loving
    Oh really?

    Spoiler:
    Show
    all these bandz and all this ass....imma spend it on the whole damn crew
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    (Original post by **** Diamonds)
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    "The sex drive refers to the strength of sexual motivation. Across many different studies and measures, men have been shown to have more frequent and more intense sexual desires than women, as reflected in spontaneous thoughts about sex, frequency and variety of sexual fantasies, desired frequency of intercourse, desired number of partners, masturbation, liking for various sexual practices, willingness to forego sex, initiating versus refusing sex, making sacrifices for sex, and other measures. No contrary findings (indicating stronger sexual motivation among women) were found. Hence we conclude that the male sex drive is stronger than the female sex drive. The gender difference in sex drive should not be generalized to other constructs such as sexual or orgasmic capacity, enjoyment of sex, or extrinsically motivated sex."

    Source: http://psr.sagepub.com/content/5/3/242.abstract
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    On the face of it it does seem like there are a lot more guys looking for a lot less girls. :dontknow:
    Every girl I meet whether it's been at work, uni, through a friend, family always seems to be in a long term relationship. It's a lot easier for girls in your 20s and I don't think anyone can dispute that. This thread is pointless though.
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    Sure, this is definitely a problem for single guys looking for a one night stand. Generally there's more single lads looking for a one-nighter than ladies.

    This problem is usually improved when you're in a loving relationship.


    This usually improves even more when you're married to someone you love.


    Conclusion: Love and commitment is at least vaguely correlated to sex. Who knew? :badger:

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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    First factorise (1/r!) - (1/(r+1)!)
    They are equal because the r + 1 on numerator and denominator cancel
    yes, thanks
    (Original post by Student403)
    think about what (r+1)/(r+1)! is. It is (r+1)/[ r! * (r+1)]. Right? Now just cancel the r+1 on top and bottom = 1/r!




    :rofl: fair enough
    thanks i cant believe i missed tha tomg
 
 
 
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