Outcome of this thread? shakermaker113 is at least as, if not more dumb than sbessiso.
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Outcome of this thread? shakermaker113 is at least as, if not more dumb than sbessiso.
Is Shaker gay? If not I'm gonna say he's smarter.
I don't know. I guess because it began from simple counting systems based on every day life.
that's what I was trying to say. any mathematical 'truth' is true only under certain conditions.
euclidian geometry has five premises (or postulates, as they are usually called). if you are working in euclidian space you are assuming those five postulates to be true. they are your premises. non euclidian geometries share the first four postulates with euclidian geometry, but each have a different fifth postulate. that triangles' angles always add up to 180 only holds true under the euclidian postulates. once you change the postulates, a triangle's properties start to change also.
to ask me to "show me any alternative 'premise' which makes triangles add up to 190 degrees under those conditions" doesn't make terribly much sense. to change the premises means we changed the conditions.
what is your problem?
take THAT salah.
U.S. Population Reaches 314,159,265, Or Pi Times 100 Million: Census
The Huffington Post | By Bonnie Kavoussi Posted: 08/14/2012 4:03 pm Updated: 08/15/2012 11:18 am
Pi.
The U.S. population has reached a nerdy and delightful milestone.
Shortly after 2:29 p.m. on Tuesday, August 14, 2012, the U.S. population was exactly 314,159,265, or pi (π) times 100 million, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. The U.S. Census Bureau's Population Clock projects the real-time size of the U.S. population based on monthly population estimates.
Pi (π) is a unique number in multiple ways. For one, it is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It is also an irrational number, meaning it goes on forever without ever repeating itself. Are you remembering how much you loved geometry class? You can check out pi to one million places here.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...comm_ref=false
Awesome.
Is that why we're all spherical shaped?