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The Calculator Man assassinates The Calculator
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This is also a more simple build, It's kind of meant to imitate the sort of dark room aesthetic from batman the animated series in Lego form. I think i spent the most amount of time on the light effect going through the window, which I don't think I've seen on another model yet.

*In the room*

Attendant: "Mr. Noah Kuttler?"

TC: "Yes?"

Attendant: "You have a visitor..."

TC: "Alright, let him in, and---hey! Who turned out the lights?!?"

"Sh..Show yourself!!"

TCM: "So...you're the one they call The Calculator..."

TC: "....Yes? Hey, listen man, I don't want any trouble. I put all that stuff behind me, and If I did anything I can make it up to you, really!"

TCM: "Do you know any whereabouts of someone named Edward Nygma?"

TC: "Yeah, the Riddler? You're just looking for the "A-listers" and rubbing it in my face, aren't you? that's what they're all doing these days. Anyway there's a good chance they're all up in Arkham Asylum, not like they get outside much...There. I helped you. Now can you go and---"

TCM: "BUT, unfortunately, there is no sufficient amount to make up for the problem that you EXIST. As you can see, we are both equally minded in the sense that we both choose to orient our methods after math-based terminology, but through quick deduction I computed that there is no place for both of us in this universe. For instance, there is no other equally talented Batman. Or Penguin. Or Joker".

TC: "Well, there's the Trickster...."

TCM: "And how is HE in comparison to the Joker and his reputation? The point being, I cannot hope to achieve my goals as long as I am not the main "Calculator" so to speak."

TC: "W-What are you gonna do??"

TCM: "Cancel you out."

TC:"Wait wait, well...can't we prove who the better mathematician is?"

TCM: "Fine. Basic problem: What is the cosecant of -330?"

TC:"ah, I remember this...kind of...uh...let's see. secant?...no...root of 2...ah! um...one?

TCM: "Two. What is the inverse tangent of root 3?"

TC: "Gah, I mean...uh..can I have another question?

TCM: "π/3, or 60 degrees, in terms that you can understand, apparently..."

TC: "Well, can you take it easy a little? I dropped out of geometry as a freshman!"

TCM: "Yet you feel you are sufficient enough in mathematical skill to be called 'The Calculator'"

TC: "Well, no, I---Alright then, tough guy. You think you're so good just because you took a few extra classes--"

TCM: "I did a lot more than that."

TC: "Why don't I ask YOU a problem, huh? So 'you can understand'. That alright, Einstein? You probably can't even answer it"

TCM: "Fine. Try not to make it too simple"

TC: "Oh, THAT'S how you wanna play? Well, what's...uh...21 million...no, BILLION...divided by the sum of -10 and 10?"

*BANG!!!*

TCM: "Extraneous and irrelevant, same as you. Now, to find Arkham...."

If you've seen my first model (it's really cool), this scene takes place before that, in fact, it's the very first scene in the story I had planned out to put TCM in the big leagues in the DC universe. I made this scene to show The Calculator Man's dark side and to show who the true calculator is! (there is already a DC villain called the Calculator, as I stated before. Well sorry, there WAS....hahahahahha!!!!)
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Bishop1859
8 months ago
"There ain't room for the two of us!"
Nice!

(Hope this won't happen to me at some point!)
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
@Interbrick when I do math like this in school I (or we) never label them as radians. It's just habit for me.
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
Though technically they are but I mean come on, if you see pi in the answer for an angle measure it's probably in radians (unless you like writing all your radian measures in exact decimals)
MOCmaster
8 months ago
Amazing scene!

I'm better than you at maths! XD! JK!
-Rubrickscube-
8 months ago
Oh my gosh this is so freaking awesome! I love the way you thought up making the light shine in through the windows, and I swear if you ever leave again, Mecabricks will have lost far more than just a user. Do not stop making these, they really change the way I look at LEGO!

And the storyline is both hilarious and awesome.
LegoWilderness
8 months ago
Here's a render for ya! This looks extremely awesome! I love the way you created the 'light' and 'shadow' effects!
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
@LegoWilderness It got removed
Could you post it somewhere else and send it to me?

@Rubrickscube Dang it man...that second-to-last sentence
...I'm definitely staying after reading that
LegoWilderness
8 months ago
I'll try posting it again here, but it might get removed again.


I don't know if I can send it to you in pm, do you?
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
It'll probably get removed, don't understand why as this is literally great, but i downloaded it for safekeeping
LegoWilderness
8 months ago
Thanks, Calc! You are definitely one of my favorite users. Please do not stop doing these builds!
Guitarman2
8 months ago
Nice build!
21,000,000,000 divided by (-10+10)=0
InterBrick
8 months ago
@Guitarman2: Actually, if you type it into a calculator, you will get a Math Error. However, when a fraction's denominator approaches 0, with the numerator staying constant, the fraction's value will approach ∞. You might be thinking of the scenario where a fraction has a numerator of 0 and denominator of an integer.
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
@Guitarman2 Did you just.... really say that? I'm very disappointed

@Interbrick Basically what you're describing is an asymptote, which is a "invisible" vertical line created by the denominator being zero. It means that whatever line you're graphing cannot cross that vertical line under any circumstance (though i think I've graphed some very rare exceptions before), but it can get as close as possible as the x value gets closer to the asymptote from both sides, which ends up with the graph going to infinity.
InterBrick
8 months ago
@CalcManProductions: Yeah, that's what I was describing. I know about the limits of graphic functions.
Guitarman2
8 months ago
I'm just describing the problem based on what I know. I have never tried to type that into a calculator.
I just know that anything divided by 0 equals 0.
-Rubrickscube-
8 months ago
Thanks Calc! Sorry, I've been gone a bit and couldn't answer anyone til now.
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
8 months ago
@Guitarman2 That's wrong! Anything divided by 0 is UNDEFINED!!!!!!!! No Solution!!!!!
InterBrick
8 months ago
@Guitarman2: You may be muddling this up with 0 divided by any non-zero value equals 0. Like Calc said, anything divided by zero will be undefined, but if a value has to be given, it’s infinity.
-Rubrickscube-
8 months ago
It won't have a negative infinity, because it is undefined. XD
InterBrick
8 months ago
But the function f(x) = 1/x has a vertical asymptote at x = 0. 1/0 would be undefined, but as the x-value of the graph approaches 0, the graph approaches both positive and negative infinity. I understand that anything divided by zero will be undefined, but for some purposes I fall back on good ol’ infinity.
-Rubrickscube-
8 months ago
Ok. I did not understand some of what you said, but I got the point.

Undefined it correct.


And I still can't write epitaphs.
InterBrick
8 months ago
That's okay. I didn't need one, anyway. I plan to stay alive for just a bit longer.



Unless CJ's Excalibur has something to say about it.
Guitarman2
8 months ago
This is why I design stuff. Not do math.
LegoCommanderBacara
8 months ago
AW MAN YOU JUST HAD TO KILL THE ONE GUY WHO HELPS ME WITH MY HOMEWORK!

Great job, like the detail!
LegoCommanderBacara
8 months ago
I too, do not want to die. I have a battalion ready to back me up. You stand no chance vs the 21st.
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