Random Equations.

These are equations i either saw or made up, which may or may not describe something or make sense.

Not being much of a mathematician , I use these as excercizes to see whether they make sense and if they describe anything — -similar to crossword puzzles.

y= (dx/dt)² + c
y’ = dy/dx = 2x
y’=2 dx/dt
etc =2xt 2x …

Anwar Sheik’s (economist) HUBRUS model is a good one.

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