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Old 03-28-2010, 08:25 PM   #41
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Re: Wife inquiry: How many planes do I need ?

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A funny moment of sudden interest from my wife.

What is the correct answer to this profound question, recently ask my my loving wife?

She ask, " How many planes do I need " ?

I don't know the answer.

I must finish the planes I have started building.

And perhaps repair the planes that are a little cracked up.

And I need to buy all the dirt cheap / good deals on the web....

I need one plane for each engine in the shop, especially my ST 90.

Now that I consider all the important criteria, I think the answer is nine ( 9 ).

I need nine planes, but hey , just to be sure twelve seems better.

Maybe the correct answer is ten , since my Futaba 7C can hold ten models.

Oh, and six more for my Futaba 6EXH.

Perhaps the correct answer is sixteen.

Suffice to say the answer is between seven and sixteen......

What a crazy question!

x = the ideal number of planes

y = your present number of planes

therefore, by simple mathematics here is your answer...

x = y + 1

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Re: Wife inquiry: How many planes do I need ?

My mother told me long ago that once I was out of school there would be no more math involved.

So, I guess the answer would be:

However many you have now + How many you think you need
How much room you have + How tolerant the wife is
I know there's money in aviation........I put it there!
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