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It depends........the "normal" function modeling this is given by....

P = √(c and y ) * Π(rounded)

Where c = lbs. of chocolate, y = "nutty" factor (this may apply to actual ingredients or just to the number of people consuming the fudge who exhibit tendencies towards "CDD")

"pi" is normally "rounded" (but it could be "squared" under special circumstances)

Sometimes, the formula is written more compactly as

√(Candy) * pie

Remember, your mileage may vary during the Holiday Season.......

Feliz Navidad.....!!!!

CPhill
Dec 21, 2014

#2**+10 **

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It depends........the "normal" function modeling this is given by....

P = √(c and y ) * Π(rounded)

Where c = lbs. of chocolate, y = "nutty" factor (this may apply to actual ingredients or just to the number of people consuming the fudge who exhibit tendencies towards "CDD")

"pi" is normally "rounded" (but it could be "squared" under special circumstances)

Sometimes, the formula is written more compactly as

√(Candy) * pie

Remember, your mileage may vary during the Holiday Season.......

Feliz Navidad.....!!!!

CPhill
Dec 21, 2014