Quoted By: >>11743495

I thought we all agreed that because of the congruency marks x has to be 19 and the triangle must be projected on a sphere.

Quoted By: >>11743527

Because it's a right triangle, you'd have to do the old A^2+B^2=C^2 to find the actual length of X.

In reality, the problem is flawed and most likely the person asking this would want you to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find X.

In reality, the problem is flawed and most likely the person asking this would want you to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find X.

Quoted By: >>11743558

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11744000 >>11744406

Anyone who didn't see the tick marks should kill themselves right now

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11743791

It's a congruency of the most important triangle, the 1, 1, sqrt(2) triangle.

Thus, x = 19*sqrt(2)

I didn't know /a/ was so dumb.

Thus, x = 19*sqrt(2)

I didn't know /a/ was so dumb.

Quoted By: >>11743814 >>11743817

Fags!

By pythagorean theorem: 19^2 + 19^2 = x^2

361+361 = x^2

722 = x^2

x = 26.870 (rounded to 3 decimal places)

lrn2/math/, anon

By pythagorean theorem: 19^2 + 19^2 = x^2

361+361 = x^2

722 = x^2

x = 26.870 (rounded to 3 decimal places)

lrn2/math/, anon

Quoted By:

>>11743751

You're the dumb one. The first rule of analyzing geometric figures is to never assume anything is to scale unless they specifically state so. And that triangle has all three sides marked equivalent, so it must be assumed equilateral.

You're the dumb one. The first rule of analyzing geometric figures is to never assume anything is to scale unless they specifically state so. And that triangle has all three sides marked equivalent, so it must be assumed equilateral.

Quoted By: >>11743827

I failed geometry, can the congruent marks and the right angle exist at the same time, whatever surface shape it's on?

Quoted By: >>11743832

>>11743785

A right triangle can never be equilateral. Ignore the congruency mark on the hypotenuse, it's obviously a mistake.

A right triangle can never be equilateral. Ignore the congruency mark on the hypotenuse, it's obviously a mistake.

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11743898

Jeez,

ITT kids showing off with their non-existant math skillz.

I mean, I do suck at math, but this stuff is like the most basic highschool math we are talking about here.

ITT kids showing off with their non-existant math skillz.

I mean, I do suck at math, but this stuff is like the most basic highschool math we are talking about here.

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11743889 >>11743901

With Euclidean gemoetry, it would be impossible. Haven't watched that ep but I'm assuming they're talking Euclidean there.

Quoted By: >>11743931

>>11743869

Euclidean gemoetry =/= Non-Euclidean gemoetry

I assume you're trying to make yourself look smart like you know shit.

Euclidean gemoetry =/= Non-Euclidean gemoetry

I assume you're trying to make yourself look smart like you know shit.

Quoted By: >>11743927

>>11743843

non-Euclidean geometry is the most basic? They never even taught that in my highschool (though it did suck)

non-Euclidean geometry is the most basic? They never even taught that in my highschool (though it did suck)

Quoted By:

>>11743869

Euclidean geometry =/= Non-Euclidean geometry

BTW, It's GEOMETRY.

I assume you're trying to make yourself look smart like you know shit.

Euclidean geometry =/= Non-Euclidean geometry

BTW, It's GEOMETRY.

I assume you're trying to make yourself look smart like you know shit.

Quoted By: >>11743994

>>11743889

I made a typo and forgot to type the "non". Happy now, butthurt anon?

I made a typo and forgot to type the "non". Happy now, butthurt anon?

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11743986

ITT people try to seem smart by solving a problem that's intentionally ridiculous

Quoted By:

>>11743933

Actually, most of us know the problem is misleading.

It's just the highschoolfags under 18 don't have school today and try to test their underdeveloped math skills on shit they don't know.

We wouldn't have this much of a problem on weekday /a/

Actually, most of us know the problem is misleading.

It's just the highschoolfags under 18 don't have school today and try to test their underdeveloped math skills on shit they don't know.

We wouldn't have this much of a problem on weekday /a/

Quoted By: >>11744012 >>11744062

>>11743927

I'm from Europe and we didn't learn about non-euclidean geometry in highschool either.

I'm from Europe and we didn't learn about non-euclidean geometry in highschool either.

Quoted By: >>11744093

>>11744012

Did I ever say it was? I simply said I was from Europe.

You're free to tell me in which country non-euclidean geometry is a mandatory subject in highschool, though.

Did I ever say it was? I simply said I was from Europe.

You're free to tell me in which country non-euclidean geometry is a mandatory subject in highschool, though.

Quoted By:

>>11744062

This is true. Sadly, this takes up so much time that there isn't any left to learn something useful.

This is true. Sadly, this takes up so much time that there isn't any left to learn something useful.

Quoted By: >>11744147

>>11744049

Normally, a European would say what country he's from and not just "Lol, I'm from Europe and they didn't teach me this because all of Europe receives the same education and speaks the same language."

Normally, a European would say what country he's from and not just "Lol, I'm from Europe and they didn't teach me this because all of Europe receives the same education and speaks the same language."

Quoted By:

>>11744093

I didn't think it mattered in this context, since the original argument sounded like some pointless america-bashing.

I didn't think it mattered in this context, since the original argument sounded like some pointless america-bashing.

Quoted By: >>11744269

I don't remember non-euclidean geometry being in the high school curriculum in my country. That's something you learn in a university.

Quoted By: >>11744490

IF WE WERE TO ASSUME EVERYTHING IN THE DIAGRAM WAS TRUE, THEN YOU HAVE TO TAKE ACCOUNT THE EQUILATERAL MARKS ON ALL THE SIDES, SO IT CAN'T BE A 1, 1, √2 TRIANGLE.

SINCE IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO HAVE AN EQUILATERAL RIGHT ANGLE TRIANGLE ONLY USING EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, WE HAVE TO ASSUME THE BOARD IS NOT FLAT, AND SO X=19.

OR WE CAN ASSUME THAT THE QUESTION IS NOT REAL AND IT WAS MADE IN AN ANIME.

SINCE IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO HAVE AN EQUILATERAL RIGHT ANGLE TRIANGLE ONLY USING EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, WE HAVE TO ASSUME THE BOARD IS NOT FLAT, AND SO X=19.

OR WE CAN ASSUME THAT THE QUESTION IS NOT REAL AND IT WAS MADE IN AN ANIME.

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11744343

>>11744269

Scuh a term does not exist where I'm from. High school is from age 14 to age 18. After that you can choose to pursue higher education in a university, in a branch of your choosing.

Scuh a term does not exist where I'm from. High school is from age 14 to age 18. After that you can choose to pursue higher education in a university, in a branch of your choosing.

Quoted By: >>11744374 >>11744379 >>11744382 >>11744398 >>11744399 >>11744403

Hahaha! You guys are pathetic.

Too find the longest line do this: 19^2 + 19^2 = 722 --> 722^0.5 = 26.87.

Too find the longest line do this: 19^2 + 19^2 = 722 --> 722^0.5 = 26.87.

Quoted By: >>11744387

Quoted By:

Quoted By:

Quoted By:

Quoted By: >>11744458

>>11744387

typographical error: A mistake made during the process of typing, especially one caused by a slip of the fingers resulting in the placement of a letter laying adjacent to the correct one into a word; often shortened to typo.

typographical error: A mistake made during the process of typing, especially one caused by a slip of the fingers resulting in the placement of a letter laying adjacent to the correct one into a word; often shortened to typo.

Quoted By: