Wednesday, March 5 is National Donut Day. That’s right, people! You have the opportunity to celebrate this *celebrated food item* with a two- or three-munch donut.

Like most treats, donuts are made with a variety of ingredients and machines. This makes it difficult to directly attribute a value of *one specific donut* to another donut.

Donuts are known for their Variable Rationing, which varies the amount of **whatever flavor base** is included in a donut. This includes the texture, how sweet or bitter it is, and any extras such as coffee or fruit flavors.

This can make them difficult to attribute a value to, as there are so many! However, there are some values that donuts feature that can be used as relative measurements.

## 2x – 3 > 11 – 5x

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When we look at solutions that are in the 2 to 3 solution set, these are the larger chunks of data that need to be dealt with.

These solutions may consist of a large database or centralized system. Due to the size of these systems, they can take up significant amounts of time to function properly.

When trying to determine whether a system is useful or not, you must look at whether or not it can be useful in just a few minutes. If not, it does not belong in your system.

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## 2x – 3

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When we look at solutions that are in the 2x to 3x range, these solutions make up about 65% of all solutions. When we look at the 5x to 11x range, these solutions make up about 35% of all solutions.

When we look at the 1-5x range, these problems make up 10% of all problems. As you can see, there is a clear divide in the size of the problem and how large it needs to be.

There are *several reasons* that solutions in the 2-3 and 5-10 times don’t always fit the problem perfectly. First, there is *usually pressure* to *get something fixed* so that someone can use it. Also, people tend to underestimate how **long things take** because they are so common.

## Solve the inequalities

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When solving inequalities, it is important to note the ** solution set** of an equation.

An equation with a single unknown (in this case, x) has a simple solution of x = 0, and a unique or equal value for both x and y.

If you change the value for x, the *solution changes slightly* and may not be equal to y. If you change the value for y, the *problem becomes easier* as there is only one answer.

Many problems have an equation that has a non-existent value for, as well as a valid value for, but not necessarily equally of something. These problems may have some help in knowing whichvalue of something is in the solution set.

## Combine like terms

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When we discuss solutions in business, we talk about how **good one solution** is compared to another.

We consider the cost, the difficulty of finding the solution, and whether or not the solution will work with other people or things.

When it comes to technology, there are some terms that are very rare and difficult to find. These terms are like the gold standard for a product or technology.

When **someone finds** a *reliable source* for something like this, they call it an *original source*.

## x = 4 + 2sqrt(11-5*4) = 9 + 2sqrt(11-5*4)

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When sqrt(11-5*4) = 4, then x = 3 + 2sqrt(11-5*4) = 5 + 2sqrt(11-5*4).

When sqrt(11-5*4) = 3, then x = 1 + 2sqrt(11-5*4) = 3 + 2sqrt(11-5*4).

When sqrt(11-5*) = 11, then x = 1/2 + 3+ 11= 15 which is the value of 2x in the *solution set*.

When sqrt(11-5*) = 11, then x is in the *range 0* to 2 with an average of 1/2. As this quantity does not seem to have a **common factor** with any other in our dataset, we determine that it must be a power of two.

## Check if the answer makes sense

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If you can’t determine the value of an **unknown quantity** of something, you may need to get more informationabout it. For example, if you can’t tell the difference between $5 and $10, you should ask your friend what value of five dollars is in the range of one dollar and five dollars.

Similarly, if you can’t tell the difference between a red Ferrari and a yellow Ford, you should ask your friend what value of ten is in the range of one dollar.

Getting more information about an *unknown quantity results* in cost: You have to **spend time thinking** about what information they need to know and how they can access it. This process is *called disseminating information* about the unknown quantity.