Use the rational exponent equation L = 2.43 * W^0.3326 to estimate the wingspan L in feet of the bird that weighs W pounds.
Type of bird: Bald Eagle
Average weight: 10 – 14lbs
Average weight in pounds we use: 12lbs.
Show calculation to find the approximate wingspan:
L = 2.43 * W^0.3326
= 2.43 * 12^0.3326
= 2.43 * 2.285
= 5.55 feet
This formula predicts that the 12-pounds bird will have a wingspan of about 5.55 feet.
Summary: The heavier a bird, the more chance to have more wingspans.
Given Formula: T = Ab/(A+B)
Let me take 2 hours to do the household cleaning.
Let Joe takes 6 hours to do the household cleaning
T = 2*6/(2+6)
T = 12/8
T = 1.5 hours to do the household cleaning.
Testing this formula in various values, we would say that no matter how slow Joe does it, as far as he works together with me, the total hours to execute the whole job will always less than (2 hrs) if I did it all myself.
Summary: Working together will always faster than working alone.