The first thing you need to gather is the basic data that will go into the equation for calculating the size of the Snowboard. The basic formula is SOSB (Size of SnowBoard) = ((Weight x Height)/Gravitational Pull of the Earth) x (the speed of the Earth’s rotation/Mass x (desired) Acceleration speed + Sin79.64/Tan9.654) x Length of Snowboard – Width of Snowboard) x differentiation of the vector of the tangent of the perpendicular of the angle to the Sun.
Next you need to insert all the values into the formula before sending the results to CERN for evaluation. They will run a test on the particle accelerator before sending you a response in around six months revealing the correct snowboard size.
Take the square root of the value and divide the answer by SinCos98.12 to find the exact size of the snowboard for you.