Related to : Recieving 0.0 when multiplying two doubles in an array. Any help? (noob issue)

Recieving 403 Forbidden on PUT Request EmberJS 
You are PUTting a file and the authentication is wrong so the request
is rejected.
Check your authentication; also see http://www.embercasts.com/ for
some tutorials on EmberJS authentication.

Random Even Logarithmic Distribution Between Two Doubles 
Is this what you want? I took numbers uniformly distributed over the
range formed by the logs of the limits, then used Math.exp to convert
back to the actual range. I sorted the result array because your
examples showed sorted data. Delete the Arrays.sort call if you don't
want that.
For simplicity, I skipped the bounds checking. Presumably, 0 <
lowerLimit < upperLimit.
The checks for the

Calculating pow with doubles gives wrong results 
You're just hitting rounding errors. There's nothing you can do about
this, except revert to an integerbased approach whenever the inputs
are integers.
You could condition on whether the inputs are integers, and if so then
use integer arithmetic; if not, then use doubles. But using exp and
log will always introduce rounding errors, so you can't expect exact
answers with that approach.
More prec

How can I divide two doubles and output the quotient? 
int quant = (int)(money / 0.55);
if ( quant >= 1 )
printf( "You selected Mars and have enough money to buy %d bars",
quant );
This will remove everything after the decimal point. If you want to
force round up or down you need the functions floor and ceil

rspecmocks' doubles are designed to only last for one example 
surely this is an appropriate use of a double being used in 2
examples.
No, it's not. :) You're trying to use a class variable; do not do that
because the variable doesn't span examples. The solution is to set the
client each time i.e. in each example.
Bad:
@client = Strava::Api::V3::Client.new(access_token: 'abc123')
Good:
@client = Strava::Api::V3::Client.new(access_token: 'abc123')
