Dating for Engineers

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Lulu.com, 2008 - Humor - 200 pages
Destined to be a classic, Dating for Engineers is the first book of its kind to show engineers and scientists how to use their superior analytical skills to win the heart of the woman of their dreams. Read it and discover: - The inherent advantages of engineers over the rest of society - Mathematical proof that you're not getting enough sex - How the theories of Bertrand Russell and Kurt Godel can lead to a threesome with two blonde twins - Game theory applications to competitive dating situations - Complete cantilever and macromolecular-hydrodynamical models of red-hot sex - A mathematical decision tool to decide whether to keep your current partner or find someone new - Whether or not marriage necessarily means the end of happiness
 

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Contents

Introduction why you need this book
1
On Why You Deserve More
7
A reallife example Bob and Marsha
8
Logical Proof That You Ought to be Having More Sex
13
On Why You Are Where You Are
19
You the Engineer Taking a long hard look at yourself
20
You the Engineer Really take look at yourself
21
A SelfEvaluation Quiz for Engineers
33
Eigenvector Model of Evaluating prospective Dates
79
Using The Cuban Missile Crisis To Score Dates
86
My Cup Runneth Over Management of Multiple
99
Sex the Cantilever Model
109
Sex the Macromolecularhydrodynamical Model
113
What If You Succeed
121
Stopping While Youre as far Ahead as possible
122
Marriage is it necessarily the end of happiness??
146

Why Its Good to be an Engineer
44
Better Living Through Equations
47
The Dating Success Probability Model
48
Why N Matters and How to Increase Yours
53
Increasing Your Native Attractiveness
61
Marketing Principles for the Engineer
67
StepbyStep Approach
75
How to Ask for a Date
76
Conclusions
157
Appendices
163
Advanced Topics Group Dynamics
164
Introduction to Statistics and the Null Hypothesis
181
Note from Greta and Gertrude
184
Understanding Engineers for nonEngineers
186
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