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(Mild Humor) Notes by an OCD Data Scientist about Christmas

Christmas is an odd but challenging of time of the year, especially for the nerdiest of us.  The number of problems to solve are never ending.  There isn’t enough computational power, even with using multiple Apache Sparks to draw the correct solution. Here are some notes that I have on those challenges.   Gifting The quantity and price of gifts to family members vary inversely with the square distance from the clustered family center (me).  The one-over-r-squared ratio fits well with other physics field function calculations (sound, light, gravity…etc)  It is assumed that, all gifts to/from family members should fit within the +2/-0.5 standard

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