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In view of the recent spate of sheer boredom englufing me, I have spent my time coming out with a foodie equation to evaluate the value of food!

[tex]V= k_m\frac{1}{k_s}(\frac{G}{50})^{\log_2?}[/tex]

[tex]k_m[/tex] represents the mass of food you are getting over the standard mass of food in a normal serving

[tex]k_s[/tex] represents the selling price of that meal over the market price of the same meal.

[tex] G[/tex] represents the grade you are giving to your food. On a scale of 1-100, how tasty is your food?

[tex] ?[/tex] represents the maximum multiple of the standard mrket price you are willing to pay for that dream meal

When V=1, the value of the food is average with values of mroe than 1 considered to be value for money.

For V<1, rationalize by 1/V to compare the results linearly. The resultant value means how lousy for value the meal is, with higher values indicating lousier value for money.

Be practical about the amount of money you are willing to pay for the dream meal, of course it must be within your means.

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# The Foodie Equation!

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