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>>12067782

LOLOL Look at me and my fancy Radians, this shows how gud I am at maths. HUR HUR HUR

pi/2 radians = 90 degrees BTW

LOLOL Look at me and my fancy Radians, this shows how gud I am at maths. HUR HUR HUR

pi/2 radians = 90 degrees BTW

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Quoted By: >>12067878 >>12067935 >>12068036

If you didn't see the tick marks, you should kill yourself right now.

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>>12067845

Im pretty sure most of the ones who didn't answer 19 don't know what do those marks mean.

Im pretty sure most of the ones who didn't answer 19 don't know what do those marks mean.

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Quoted By: >>12067994 >>12068000

Pythagoran theorem motherfuckers, do you know about it?

a²+b²=c²

In this case, a and b are 19 and c is x, so

19²+19²=x²

Therefore,

361 + 361 = x²

722 = x²

sqrt(722) = x

x = ~26.8701

a²+b²=c²

In this case, a and b are 19 and c is x, so

19²+19²=x²

Therefore,

361 + 361 = x²

722 = x²

sqrt(722) = x

x = ~26.8701

Quoted By: >>12067987 >>12067999

that's a pretty misleading question considering it could either be a right triangle or equallateral with those markings.

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Holy shit, faggots with a failed high school education are in here.

x = 19, kids.

x = 19, kids.

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>>12067956

>>equilateral

>>right triangle

TRIANGLES NOW HAVE AN EXTRA 90 DEGREES, THEY'VE BEEN PROMOTED TO SQUARES!

>>equilateral

>>right triangle

TRIANGLES NOW HAVE AN EXTRA 90 DEGREES, THEY'VE BEEN PROMOTED TO SQUARES!

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>>12067942

>Pythagoran theorem motherfuckers, do you know about it?

Do you? You can't use that here. It's an equilateral triangle with all 90 degree angles.

x=19.

>Pythagoran theorem motherfuckers, do you know about it?

Do you? You can't use that here. It's an equilateral triangle with all 90 degree angles.

x=19.

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>>12067942

See those marks on the op's pic? Those mean congruency or the sides are equal. And this is only possible on a 3D plane, pythagoras can suck my 3D balls along with you.

See those marks on the op's pic? Those mean congruency or the sides are equal. And this is only possible on a 3D plane, pythagoras can suck my 3D balls along with you.

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>>12067999

the lil hash marks mean equal sides, and a right triangle can't have equal sides. The way this picture is drawn is very misleading.

the lil hash marks mean equal sides, and a right triangle can't have equal sides. The way this picture is drawn is very misleading.

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>>12067999

>an equilateral can't have a 90 degree angle

Please. Never get a career that involves geometry.

For all our sakes.

>an equilateral can't have a 90 degree angle

Please. Never get a career that involves geometry.

For all our sakes.

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>>12068032

>a right triangle can't have equal sides.

I hate you people.

How the fuck do you think people draw triangles on a globe? What is wrong with you fuckers?

>a right triangle can't have equal sides.

I hate you people.

How the fuck do you think people draw triangles on a globe? What is wrong with you fuckers?

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>>12068035

Non-planar geometry is mostly useless unless you have to deal with pure mathematics or general relativity. I can hardly see an engineer building something using non-planar geometry.

Non-planar geometry is mostly useless unless you have to deal with pure mathematics or general relativity. I can hardly see an engineer building something using non-planar geometry.

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>>12068078

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

JESUS CHRIST, KID.

KILL YOURSELF

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067983

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

>>12067823

JESUS CHRIST, KID.

KILL YOURSELF

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>>12068070

Most of the magnetic and electic field models are based on non-planar geometry. Just like a ton of calculus involving materials and their properties.

Most of the magnetic and electic field models are based on non-planar geometry. Just like a ton of calculus involving materials and their properties.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangle_group

>The triangle can be an ordinary Euclidean triangle, or a triangle in the sphere, or in the hyperbolic plane.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spherical_triangle

Hurr

>The triangle can be an ordinary Euclidean triangle, or a triangle in the sphere, or in the hyperbolic plane.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spherical_triangle

Hurr

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The tick marks are arrows pointing the values to their corresponding sides. The tick marks do not indicate congruent sides.

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>>12068160

>Most of the magnetic and electic field models are based on non-planar geometry.

Are you referring to polar coordinates?

>Most of the magnetic and electic field models are based on non-planar geometry.

Are you referring to polar coordinates?

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Lol, to think this is only a TASTE of what newfag summer will be like.

Fucking high school fags.

>>12068191

LOL

Fucking high school fags.

>>12068191

LOL

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The board is not fucking curved. And even if it was, for your stupid triangle theory to hold weight the board would have to be considerably smaller, and the angle itself can not be demonstrated with your curves and their straight lines. The answer here is NOT a circle, but requires the use of imaginary numbers.

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>>12068206

Not only polar, but spherical geometry. Calculus involving spherical expansions are way easier that way, sound, magnetic/electric fields, as well as the models for explosions like a spherical piston and whatnot.

Not only polar, but spherical geometry. Calculus involving spherical expansions are way easier that way, sound, magnetic/electric fields, as well as the models for explosions like a spherical piston and whatnot.

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>>12068239

>The board is not fucking curved.

Dear fucking god.

Do you not understand the concept of a world map? That's a GIANT SPHERE REPRESENTED BY A RECTANGLE. DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

>The board is not fucking curved.

Dear fucking god.

Do you not understand the concept of a world map? That's a GIANT SPHERE REPRESENTED BY A RECTANGLE. DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

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>>12068206

>polar coordinates

You're still thinking too 3D.

Basically, for the triangle to exist as drawn (right angle and three equivalent sides) it would have to lie on a curved surface.

>polar coordinates

You're still thinking too 3D.

Basically, for the triangle to exist as drawn (right angle and three equivalent sides) it would have to lie on a curved surface.

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>>12068309

NO U, for it to be correct, that triangle would need to be 1/8th the size of the board, not on a small slab.

NO U, for it to be correct, that triangle would need to be 1/8th the size of the board, not on a small slab.

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>>12068643

I think it's on junior high when they teach you drawings are never at scale unless it expressly says so.

I think it's on junior high when they teach you drawings are never at scale unless it expressly says so.