Other than Bilbe Black, Battletoads, Boku no Pico, Bibletoads, Battle no Pico, Bible no Picotoads, Pico no Bibletoads, Boku Boku Boku and Boku, Blacktoads no Bible, and Lucky Star...

What have been the best Action anime series of the last two years.

(Picture from Pico no Mathtoads unrelated.)

What have been the best Action anime series of the last two years.

(Picture from Pico no Mathtoads unrelated.)

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>>10839445

TTGL, lulz.

Also, before anyone tries: OP pic's triangle is possible in spherical geometry.

TTGL, lulz.

Also, before anyone tries: OP pic's triangle is possible in spherical geometry.

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>>10839488

Nope. Triangle with four unknowns (three angles and one side in this case) isn't solvable in any surface geometry.

Nope. Triangle with four unknowns (three angles and one side in this case) isn't solvable in any surface geometry.

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>>10839534

Obviously their symbols aren't consistent with our own, otherwise they would also have marked the x side as having the same length as the others i.e. 19.

Obviously their symbols aren't consistent with our own, otherwise they would also have marked the x side as having the same length as the others i.e. 19.

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>>10839488

This triangle is perfectly possible in plane geometry x=26.87ish

This triangle is perfectly possible in plane geometry x=26.87ish

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Look, the OP didn't ask about spherical geometry, he asked about action series.

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>>10839574

Nope. Hypotenuse is always longer than each of the sides in a right triangle on a plane.

Nope. Hypotenuse is always longer than each of the sides in a right triangle on a plane.

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>>10839639

Now there's a triangle I'd like to fuck in the ass if you know what I mean

Now there's a triangle I'd like to fuck in the ass if you know what I mean

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Quoted By: >>10839865 >>10840017 >>10840778

If you're saying the tick mark indicate congruent sides, then x=19, all 3 angles are right angles, and the triangle is projected on a sphere with radius 38/π

Quoted By: >>10840100

That's an impossible triangle. All sides can't be congruent with the one of the angles being 90 degrees.

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>>10839574

This person is right. All you faggots are evidently over-educated and it's made you stupid.

This person is right. All you faggots are evidently over-educated and it's made you stupid.

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>>10839967

Hence the requirement that it can only exist in spherical geometry. If it is projected on a sphere, a triangle CAN have 3 right angles.

There are two scenarios:

- the tick/hash marks indicate congruent sides (as is the normal convention) and X=19, impossible in plane geometry with a right angle, but possible on a sphere.

- the tick/hash marks are arrows pointing to the values, in which case x=26.87something

If any of you disagree with either of these scenarios, you'll have to be more specific so my feeble mind will understand.

Hence the requirement that it can only exist in spherical geometry. If it is projected on a sphere, a triangle CAN have 3 right angles.

There are two scenarios:

- the tick/hash marks indicate congruent sides (as is the normal convention) and X=19, impossible in plane geometry with a right angle, but possible on a sphere.

- the tick/hash marks are arrows pointing to the values, in which case x=26.87something

If any of you disagree with either of these scenarios, you'll have to be more specific so my feeble mind will understand.

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>>10840100

Easy. There's a small trapezoid inside the triangle, which is used for another problem. The answer to this is obviously 60 degrees.

Easy. There's a small trapezoid inside the triangle, which is used for another problem. The answer to this is obviously 60 degrees.

Quoted By: >>10840234 >>10840598

>>10840100

It's been a while since calculus 101 so can you show the solution?

It's been a while since calculus 101 so can you show the solution?

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>>10839445

19 times square root of 2 if the 90* symbol didn't exist, or we can do it the hard way and get X= Square root(2(19^2)-2(19^2)cosine90)

19 times square root of 2 if the 90* symbol didn't exist, or we can do it the hard way and get X= Square root(2(19^2)-2(19^2)cosine90)

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>>10840234

Vector calculus might, but I meant to say since college mathematics where I only took some calculus courses. Although I bet you have some cool high school solution now.

Vector calculus might, but I meant to say since college mathematics where I only took some calculus courses. Although I bet you have some cool high school solution now.

Quoted By: >>10840372 >>10840374

>>10840265

That formula is incorrect, since you get 19, which is impossible.

That formula is incorrect, since you get 19, which is impossible.

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>>10840281

No...vector calculus doesn't deal with such things. Maybe you're thinking of spherical trig.

No...vector calculus doesn't deal with such things. Maybe you're thinking of spherical trig.

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>>10840349

oh lawd how bad at math can you get? cos90=1 so formula gives 0. because it's impossible

oh lawd how bad at math can you get? cos90=1 so formula gives 0. because it's impossible

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>>10840371

Actually vector calculus deals with cylindrical and spherical geometries also. Hell, any geometry can be analyzed with vector calculus.

Actually vector calculus deals with cylindrical and spherical geometries also. Hell, any geometry can be analyzed with vector calculus.

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>>10840486

and yes, the answer is theoretically impossible as long as it's on a geometric plane. cos 90 = 0 btw :|

and yes, the answer is theoretically impossible as long as it's on a geometric plane. cos 90 = 0 btw :|

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>>10840513

pssst, you better rewrite that, Spherical planes are also geometric planes.

pssst, you better rewrite that, Spherical planes are also geometric planes.

Quoted By: >>10840591

X is 19 radical 2, no?

I'm assuming that the triangle is a 45-45-90 triangle, since there are two sides that match up. Either way, you can use the Pythagorean theorem to double-check.

I'm assuming that the triangle is a 45-45-90 triangle, since there are two sides that match up. Either way, you can use the Pythagorean theorem to double-check.

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>>10840564

Look at the markings on the sides. If you assume the 90 degrees you'll also have to assume that they mean the sides are all the same length since both are the same mathematical shorthand.

Look at the markings on the sides. If you assume the 90 degrees you'll also have to assume that they mean the sides are all the same length since both are the same mathematical shorthand.

Quoted By: >>10840652 >>10840681

>>10840199

On a sphere, an equilateral right angle triangle must have edge length=circumference/4. If length of a side is not c/4, then the angles will be less or greater than 90°. It is one quarter of the hemispehere, or one eigth of the sphere.

c = 2πr

x = 19 = c/4 = 2πr/4

r = (19)(4)/(2π)

r = 38/π

And for those that say the other two angles aren't 90°, just because they are not labelled as right angles, doesn't mean they CAN'T be right angles.

On a sphere, an equilateral right angle triangle must have edge length=circumference/4. If length of a side is not c/4, then the angles will be less or greater than 90°. It is one quarter of the hemispehere, or one eigth of the sphere.

c = 2πr

x = 19 = c/4 = 2πr/4

r = (19)(4)/(2π)

r = 38/π

And for those that say the other two angles aren't 90°, just because they are not labelled as right angles, doesn't mean they CAN'T be right angles.

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>>10840652

Only on flat planes, not in spherical planes where they have more than 180°

Only on flat planes, not in spherical planes where they have more than 180°

Quoted By: >>10840718

The hypotnuse of a right triangle with 45 degree angles will be 1.4 times either side. c^2=a^2+b^2 or simpliefied the square root of 2.

x=26.87

x=26.87

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TO EVERYBODY SAYING IT'S 28.67

IT'S CLEARLY MARKED ON THE TRIANGLE WITH ONE DASH ON EACH SIDE THAT ALL THE SIDES ARE OF EQUAL LENGTH

CAN YOU LEARN MATHEMATICAL CONVENTIONS OR GROW A PAIR OF EYES PLEASE

IT'S CLEARLY MARKED ON THE TRIANGLE WITH ONE DASH ON EACH SIDE THAT ALL THE SIDES ARE OF EQUAL LENGTH

CAN YOU LEARN MATHEMATICAL CONVENTIONS OR GROW A PAIR OF EYES PLEASE

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>>10840725

>There can't be more than one right angle in a triangle

Of course there can, in spherical geometry. Haven't you wondered why all the anonymi are talking about spherical trig?

>There can't be more than one right angle in a triangle

Of course there can, in spherical geometry. Haven't you wondered why all the anonymi are talking about spherical trig?

Quoted By: >>10840843

you people are retarded. take a square with 19in sides, and cut it corner to corner. from corner to corner will be 26.87in

Quoted By: >>10840836 >>10840872 >>10840952

To dumb it down a bit for people who can't think in 3D, from a site for KIDS.

http://math.youngzones.org/Non-Egeometry/spherical2.html

http://math.youngzones.org/Non-Egeometry/spherical2.html

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>>10840791

LOOK AT THE FUCKING TRIANGLE

SEE THE DASH ON EACH SIDE

THAT MEANS THE SIDES ARE EQUAL

SO THIS TRIANGLE CANNOT EXIST ON A 2D PLANE

LOOK AT THE FUCKING TRIANGLE

SEE THE DASH ON EACH SIDE

THAT MEANS THE SIDES ARE EQUAL

SO THIS TRIANGLE CANNOT EXIST ON A 2D PLANE

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>>10840803

>This is flat.

No. Just because the projection of the triangle pictured on the blackboard looks flat doesn't mean we are talking about a triangle in a Euclidian plane. Do you think the sphere pictures in >>10840793 is flat just because its image is on your flat LCD screen?

>This is flat.

No. Just because the projection of the triangle pictured on the blackboard looks flat doesn't mean we are talking about a triangle in a Euclidian plane. Do you think the sphere pictures in >>10840793 is flat just because its image is on your flat LCD screen?

Quoted By: >>10840892 >>10840902

Mnemosyne has some pretty kickass action scenes from the episodes i've seen. plus it has "PIERCING TIEM", and that's sorta actiony.... more guro erotic though

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>>10840836

Because everyone is arguing "all the sides are the same length and it has a right angle, that's impossible" when clearly it is possible.

Because everyone is arguing "all the sides are the same length and it has a right angle, that's impossible" when clearly it is possible.

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>>10840905

Who cares if one angle has a square on it? 4 unknowns -> unsolvable flat plane triangle

Who cares if one angle has a square on it? 4 unknowns -> unsolvable flat plane triangle

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>>10840803

Yes. And if this triangle is 19 units on all sides (as indicated by the congruency tick marks) and the triangle fits on the sphere as shown, then the radius of the sphere (which has a circumference of 4 8 19) is r= 12.09577568 units.

Yes. And if this triangle is 19 units on all sides (as indicated by the congruency tick marks) and the triangle fits on the sphere as shown, then the radius of the sphere (which has a circumference of 4 8 19) is r= 12.09577568 units.

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>>10840905

Idiot anon is an idiot. who cares if it's a flat plane, it's marked as congruent side, so x=19.

Idiot anon is an idiot. who cares if it's a flat plane, it's marked as congruent side, so x=19.

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>>10840932

>Who cares if one angle has a square on it?

That's how we math geeks mark a right triangle, little boy

>Who cares if one angle has a square on it?

That's how we math geeks mark a right triangle, little boy

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>>10840973

You also mark sides of equal length with same amount of dashes on each, what's your point?

You also mark sides of equal length with same amount of dashes on each, what's your point?

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>>10841014

Yes and other universal signs mark all the sides as having the same length, so I was asking how he can ignore one but be sure of the other.

Yes and other universal signs mark all the sides as having the same length, so I was asking how he can ignore one but be sure of the other.

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>>10841050

>I was asking how he can ignore one but be sure of the other.

We aren't ignoring it. x=19 and spherical geometry makes this possible.

>I was asking how he can ignore one but be sure of the other.

We aren't ignoring it. x=19 and spherical geometry makes this possible.

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Sorry fags the dash doesn't mean anything to the Japanese

Learn about Japan moar newfags

Learn about Japan moar newfags

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