# Tattoo teaser

1. Feb 9, 2006

### Sneaksuit

Ok, I know this is not too much of a teaser but maybe you guys could come up with something cool and original. I'm getting a tattoo and part of it has my birthdate in it. Except I don't want it to be obvious...I want some type of complicated equation with lots of mathmatical symbols etc so if someone actually worked it out the solution would be my birthdate in international time format 75-05-12 or just 750512 as the answer. Any other suggestions are welcome. The winner will have the satisfaction of knowing their art is permanently on my body

2. Feb 10, 2006

### DaveC426913

Some one else asked about this a few months back. Their idea was to diagram the positions of the planets at the moment of their birth. I drew a graphic that represented it. I'll see if I can find it.

If that interests you, I could probably whip up the graphic using your birthdate.

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3. Feb 13, 2006

### DaveC426913

What time of day?

4. Feb 13, 2006

### DaveC426913

BTW, that's May 12 right? not Dec 5?

5. Feb 13, 2006

### Sneaksuit

Yeah, May 12 1975.

6. Feb 14, 2006

### DaveC426913

Here it is.

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7. Feb 14, 2006

### 0TheSwerve0

not as simple as i'd like, but here's one with regular polygons -
a triangle and 5 pentagons inscribed in a dodecagon...
the 75 comes from 5 (only 1 shown here) x 5 sided figure x 3 (triangle)
5 from the pentagon
12 from the dodecagon. Best I got right now
It'd look something like this, but with an actual 12 sided polygon (this one is 15 sided)

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Last edited: Feb 15, 2006
8. Feb 15, 2006

### Moo Of Doom

$$750512=\frac{\int_0^{\infty}{t^{10}e^{-t}dt}}{\pi(11)}+10^4\left(\sum_{k=1}^{4}{\frac{6k}{5^k}}+\frac{383}{625}\right)$$

...I believe. Someone ought to check that.

EDIT: Or also this...

$$750512=\frac{\int_0^{\infty}{t^{10}e^{-t}dt}}{\pi(11)}+\frac{\pi^2\int_0^1{\left(\ln{\frac{1}{t}}\right)^8dt}}{12\zeta(2)}+2^4*7*41$$

Last edited: Feb 15, 2006
9. Mar 2, 2006

### Sneaksuit

That's great guys! For some reason it won't let me see the gifs though...it says I don't have permission to access those pages.

10. Mar 2, 2006

### mattmns

You will have to log out, view the gifs, then log back in, it is a bug here at pf.