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(DE) Can you construct a second-order negative feedback loop example?

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@Edutopia wtf. Please go away if you don't know.
technically it worked, i got negative feedback lawlz
Clearly you have no clue what you're talking about.

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@satellite73 you mind taking a look please?
or do I? that was clearly an example of negative feed back. Ill give a "real" one though:
http://www.pnas.org/content/104/16/6533/F2.large.jpg I get hungry so i eat a marijuana brownie, this marijuana brownie makes me hungry.
Look. I don't need you to explain what you just read on Wikipedia, @Edutopia . I need someone to give me an example (such as http://s3.amazonaws.com/answer-board-image/e970a06d-a4bf-4839-a88e-c6936a1dbc18.jpeg), explain it, and solve it.
then ask for an equation, and dont be a grouch, its rude.
I'm the one trying to accomplish something here. You're talking about marijuana brownies.
edit on the link: s3.amazonaws.com/answer-board-image/e970a06d-a4bf-4839-a88e-c6936a1dbc18.jpeg
Besides, your attempt to explain negative feedback with brownies is positive feedback.
Im really not sure what a mathematical equation for this would look like. Im thinking either a trig function of some sort or something from economics. Sorry for your time.

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