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I knew it. Math is sinful.
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Now, now. Lets not go off on a tangent.
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VILE SORCERY!!! burns down thread
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I think you have an acute case of math envy.
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I'd have to go back to school to understand this, but I can't get anyone to cosine on my loan application.
I am not sure if that adds up.
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Y'know, if you'd added one more "sin", you coulda posted this on the RotRl subforum. Oh, well. Hindsight's 1/1 (what? I wanted to sinplify things).
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Sharoth wrote: I think you have an acute case of math envy. Now you are just being obtuse.
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"and in other news, math puns recently became the object of an intense secantdestoy mission..."
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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote: Sharoth wrote: I think you have an acute case of math envy. Now you are just being obtuse. People think they are so acute when they're being obtuse, but they are not right.
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I think this needs some pie.
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Speaking of which, why do mathematicians continue to insist πr²?
Every pie I've ever seen is round.
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This is not the world I ever wanted to see.
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I'd type a joke for that, Jo, but I'm pressed for time.
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Kobold Cleaver wrote: I'd type a joke for that, Jo, but I'm pressed for time. Glad you put that in print for me.
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Can we circle back to the original point?
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Why should we? What's your angle?
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BigNorseWolf wrote: ** spoiler omitted **
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BigNorseWolf wrote: ** spoiler omitted ** Two wrongs may not make a right, but three lefts do.
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thunderspirit wrote: Speaking of which, why do mathematicians continue to insist πr²?
Every pie I've ever seen is round.
I've seen photos of Chicagostyle deep dish pizza pie baked in square pans. I'll agree that Chicagostyle is pie, but not that it is pizza.
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This whole conversation about pies is irrational.
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Seriously, there should really have been a trig warning on this.
Sissyl wrote: Seriously, there should really have been a trig warning on this. Trig is only as accurate as the guy creating the lookup tables for your calculator.
I think I get the point. However, we do need to adjust our frequency to match up.
Electric Wizard wrote: Ah yup. Sheesh. Next you are going to tell us that sin²θ + cos²θ = 1
Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach.
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BigNorseWolf wrote: Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach. If you define what is useful by what most people can understand, you'll quickly find that nothing is useful.
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(sin b) / (tan b) = (cos b) with the jello pudding
meatrace wrote: BigNorseWolf wrote: Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach. If you define what is useful by what most people can understand, you'll quickly find that nothing is useful. *pokes it with a stick*
What does it do?
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BigNorseWolf wrote: meatrace wrote: BigNorseWolf wrote: Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach. If you define what is useful by what most people can understand, you'll quickly find that nothing is useful. *pokes it with a stick*
What does it do? Did you get sekritly brainwashed by the Juggalos?
Alanis Morissette wrote: Did you get sekritly brainwashed by the Juggalos? No
burps. Licks a little black and white facepaint off his muzzle
I may have had a snack on the way in though...
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BigNorseWolf wrote: Alanis Morissette wrote: Did you get sekritly brainwashed by the Juggalos? No
burps. Licks a little black and white facepaint off his muzzle
I may have had a snack on the way in though...
As a topofthefood chain predator, you should be aware of the dangers of bioaccumulating Juggalo in your flesh; it is often more hazardous than mercury or lead poisoning.
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BigNorseWolf wrote: Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach. Tell that to your Taco Bell taco, who's mathematical precision and complex formulation go beyond the comprehension of mere mortal men, dragons, and dogs. But aye, sir. There is meaning there. You cannot tell me that you don't see something special glistening in the orange liquid in the "meat." That's math sir, don't you ever question it again!
BigNorseWolf wrote: Really not doing anything for my view that math is just a bunch of pointless numbers shuffling with no attached meaning at levels most people reach. TRUTH.
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Why does everyone keep talking about sin?
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Because... all of this started with sin.
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Numbers will say absolutely anything if you torture them long enough.
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No, trigonometry! My one weakness!!
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is this thassalonian mathematics? where do i sign up?
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The sign up sheet is with Professor H.O. Tindalos over in the corner.
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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote: The sign up sheet is with Professor H.O. Tindalos over in the corner. ISWYDT, LOL!
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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote: The sign up sheet is with Professor H.O. Tindalos over in the corner. Avoid the Chaos Theory course, it's taught by Dr. C.T. Hulhu.
Does math evolve in a fashion similar to how human beings evolve?
Some of us are going the other way, thank you.
