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Topic: Costa Rican RIP Red Honey Coffee (31 msgs / 600 lines)
1) From: Tom Ulmer
Once again I picked coffees for roasting today neglecting the subject
coffee. I believe it was sold in a 2 pound bag and I've done a single roast.
The RIP is a pleasant coffee but it is simply too mild for my tastes and I
fear it will soon pass its tasteful times. I will be going by UPS tomorrow
and will gladly ship this to anyone interested who has a UPS shippable
address in the continental U.S. Email me your shipping address by let's say
12P EST 3/23/9 and the one whose 5 digit zip code is closest to 1 after
being run through a series of functions will have the package sent their
direction.
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2) From: miKe mcKoffee
 98682: 9-8+6-8+2=1
But don't need the coffee:-)
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3) From: Carrie Goetze
92020

4) From: Demian Ebert
Just had to match MiKe: 97202: ((9-7)+0)/2=1
I'd try the coffee, but this probably isn't even the 'series of functions'
that Tom had intended...
Demian
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5) From: Richard Webber
Mine are all subtractions: 95030: 9-5-0-3-0 = 1
From: Demian Ebert 
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Costa Rican RIP Red Honey Coffee
Just had to match MiKe: 97202: ((9-7)+0)/2=1
I'd try the coffee, but this probably isn't even the 'series of functions'
that Tom had intended...
Demian
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6) From: miKe mcKoffee
Uh oh Demian, only used one of your 2s!
How 'bout this for 97202: {[(9-+/or*7)0]+2}/2=1
But that wouldn't work either IF the numbers have to be in zip code order.
Hmmm...got it: {[(9-7)/2]+or-0}^2=1 (^=power of or in this case squared)
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7) From: Brian Kamnetz
"the one whose 5 digit zip code is closest to 1 after
being run through a series of functions will have the package sent their
direction"
Zip code = 29203
Step 1:
Square each digit
Step 2:
Sum squares
Step 3:
A miracle occurs
Step 4:
Solution = 1
I win!!!!
Fortunately for everyone else, I don't need the coffee....
Brian
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8) From: miKe mcKoffee
Bonus points for Step 3 creativity:-) 
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9) From: Demian Ebert
Doh!
Must need more espresso...
How about the ultimate in simplicity: 97202/97202=1, OK, that's not a series
of functions. How about (9+7+2+0)/(2*9)=1, but if I can't use extra numbers,
then to keep zip code order: [(9-7)+2*0]/2=1. Somehow mulitplying by zero
doesn't seem fair.
Demian
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10) From: Allon Stern
I should point out that despite the age, this coffee should last  
longer than regular greens, as it is in parchment. That said, 20175 -  
2*0-1+7-5
(don't need it either - I still have some and occasionally think of  
roasting it again)
-
allon
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11) From: John Mac
Mine is 94598 and the simple math is 9-4-5+9-8=1
How's that for easy?
Cheers!
John in Nor Cal
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12) From: Bob Hazen
98046^0 = 1
I don't need the coffee either - mild isn't my cup of tea, or rather tea is 
my mild cup of... well....   But the mathematical angle was too tempting to 
pass up.
Thanks for the generous offer anyway!
Bob

13) From: Frank Mcneely
Tom
Just a small home roaster who is lurking and learning, would be honored to
have the coffee.
I just cant seem to get my 65803 to work :(
Frank
"I have been thru some terrible things in my life, some of which actually
have happened" Mark Twain
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14) From: Phil Palmintere
Uh... 95014
9-5+0+1-4=1
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15) From: Michael Wascher
Let's see: 0+8-5-2-0=1
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16) From: Steven Van Dyke
I just *have* to play, even though I also don't need the coffee 
(since I still have some left myself)
6 + 4 - 1 * 1 - 8 = 1
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17) From: Barry Luterman
96734 for Hawaii. 9+6 -7= 8 -3= 5 -4= 1 plus I will trade you 4 pounds of
my Brazil Ipinema tree dries for you 2 pound holding
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19) From: miKe mcKoffee
Who knew so many zip codes could come out to equal one with simple math.
Leave it to Barry to not 'call' but 'raise' the stakes!-)
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20) From: Floyd @ Google
Do the digits have to be run sequentially?   02139. 2x3x9x0+1!
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21) From: John Letoto
Oh goodness...
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22) From: Tom Ulmer
The Ipanema was call for remorse. As well, other offers were noteworthy
however...
The numbers played as follows:
Zip				l
---------				----------------
95014		---->		1.029247955
18036		---->		0.777966888
94303		---->		0.520655996
94598		---->		0.4605438
21044		---->		0.443595366
95401		---->		0.125628141http://www.sweetmarias.com/RIP_Coffee_Roasting_In_Parchment/index.htmlThe following iterations were used:
a=1st digit zip 
b=2nd digit zip
c=3rd digit zip
d=4th digit zip
e=5th digit zip
f=a+(2b)+(3c)+(4d)+(5e)
g=Rockets final score from 3/22/9
h=Spurs final score from 3/22/9
i=sqrt(f)+(g/h)
j=mod (f,i)
k=Western Conference, SW Division leader winning percentage 3/23/9
l=j/i/k

23) From: Seth Grandeau
we should set up a trading system for unwanted coffees.  Post what you want
to trade, what you're looking for.  I'm sure some unemployed wall street
types will discover our system, take it over, Enron it, and make a fortune.
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24) From: Karl Schendel
And here I was going to submit:
prime factorization of 15237 = 3*3*1693;
take the largest prime factor in a continued fraction:
cos[1/(1+1/(6+1/(9+1/(3))))]
which is about 1.000112...
but I don't really need the stuff either.  :-)
Karl
PS you can cheat and use cosh, but it's close to 1 for
a large interval around 0, so that's not fair.
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25) From: silascoelho
It is good to keep the brain working, lets go (my zip is 49127):
1)extract arc tangent of 49127 (excel: atan(49127)
2)extract the sin of the result (excel: sin(atan(49127)))
3) hehehe ....=1
I like those jokes
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26) From: raymanowen
"...you can cheat and use cosh, but..."
Speaking in hyperbole, cosh is not Kosh... -ro
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27) From: Clay Spence
Clearly, clearly waaay too much time on their hands. Are your taxes done? ;)
Clay
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28) From: John Mac
My taxes were done  weeks ago, the Feds sent me my cash and if it wasn't for
Govenator Arnold Schwartzputz, I'd have my California State return already,
but that's way OT.
I spent some at Sweet Maria's. Have you?
Cheers!
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29) From: Phil Palmintere
"...Taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society..." said Oliver
Wendell Holmes, Jr., Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court.
He probably didn't drink enough good coffee.  :-)
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30) From: raymanowen
Well, actually if the tangent is any finite number, then thesine of the
angle must be less than 1. Asymptotic, but no cigar from Fidel.
The Duracell bunny reminds me of what I did to the 370 at UCD. -ro
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31) From: Tom Ulmer
I dislike wrist watches for that very reason...
More the product of misspent affinities I think and it seems Uncle Sugar is
never done demanding his cut. Personally it's a tradition of visiting the
post office near the 14th... sometimes after dark on the 15th.


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