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First few digits of Pi:

3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592307816406286*[please do not post such long items on the forums!]*

*Last edited by LS97 (2012-07-22 12:04:03)*

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jacob wrote:

Pi is a cool number.

it has lot's of digits

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jacob wrote:

ftf841 wrote:jacob wrote:Pi is a cool number.

it has lot's of digits

lots

Arrg, I need to fix the AJAX posting. Looks like I'll be spending more quality time with Notepad++...

????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? I am not fimiliar with forum coding

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ftf841 wrote:

jacob wrote:ftf841 wrote:jacob wrote:Pi is a cool number.

it has lot's of digits

lots

Arrg, I need to fix the AJAX posting. Looks like I'll be spending more quality time with Notepad++...

????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? I am not fimiliar with forum coding

The quick post tool is damaged. I am about to spend a lot of time fixing it.

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somthing like: onclick if (admin) "alert('acces denied!'); return false;"> ?

*Last edited by ftf841 (2012-07-22 12:48:43)*

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jacob wrote:

[scratchblocks]

when I receive [AJAX posting has bugs v]

repeat until <(AJAX post for admins) = [fixed]>

cry

try to fix

end

[/scratchblocks]

[scratchblocks]

forever if <admin>

repeat [∞]

block from page

end

[/scratchblocks]

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**RedRocker227****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-04-17
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I know like 100 digits.

*Last edited by RedRocker227 (2012-07-23 10:07:54)*

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RedRocker227 wrote:

I know like 100 digits.

I had 100,000 digits up there on the first post but it got removed because it was WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY to long.

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**sanjayraj****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-05-01
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Pi is a long number.

*Last edited by sanjayraj (2012-07-23 22:34:53)*

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sanjayraj wrote:

Pi is a long number.

it's more than long, it's infinitely long

or is it infinitely infinitely long? or infinitely infinitely infinitely long? or.......

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**dvd4****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-09-24
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SJRCS_011 wrote:

sanjayraj wrote:Pi is a long number.

it's more than long, it's infinitely long

or is it infinitely infinitely long? or infinitely infinitely infinitely long? or.......

infinite x infinite = infinite,so wether it has one or multiple infinites don't make a difference.

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**LS97****Mod Share Team**- Registered: 2012-01-14
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dvd4 wrote:

SJRCS_011 wrote:sanjayraj wrote:Pi is a long number.

it's more than long, it's infinitely long

or is it infinitely infinitely long? or infinitely infinitely infinitely long? or.......infinite x infinite = infinite,so wether it has one or multiple infinites don't make a difference.

Actually, infinity is an abstract number that per se does not have any value.

To find out the actual value of infinity one must go back to the function that created the infinity and perform some calculus on it. Then, once you get that value (the real value of that infinity), squaring it as you did here will give rise to a completely different value.

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LS97 wrote:

dvd4 wrote:SJRCS_011 wrote:

or is it infinitely infinitely long? or infinitely infinitely infinitely long? or.......infinite x infinite = infinite,so wether it has one or multiple infinites don't make a difference.

Actually, infinity is an abstract number that per se does not have any value.

To find out the actual value of infinity one must go back to the function that created the infinity and perform some calculus on it. Then, once you get that value (the real value of that infinity), squaring it as you did here will give rise to a completely different value.

my brain just exploded XD

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**dvd4****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-09-24
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LS97 wrote:

dvd4 wrote:SJRCS_011 wrote:

or is it infinitely infinitely long? or infinitely infinitely infinitely long? or.......infinite x infinite = infinite,so wether it has one or multiple infinites don't make a difference.

Actually, infinity is an abstract number that per se does not have any value.

To find out the actual value of infinity one must go back to the function that created the infinity and perform some calculus on it. Then, once you get that value (the real value of that infinity), squaring it as you did here will give rise to a completely different value.

let me see … 8 + 90 degrees = infinity (there for) 64 + 90*90= infinity squared and 8 + 90 isn't 64 + 90*90,so you are right

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**LS97****Mod Share Team**- Registered: 2012-01-14
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dvd4 wrote:

let me see … 8 + 90 degrees = infinity (there for) 64 + 90*90= infinity squared and 8 + 90 isn't 64 + 90*90,so you are right

Eeehhm... no. Not exactly.

(8 + 90) squared is not 64 + 90*90.

try it yourself, if you've studied the distributive property:

(8 + 90) * (8 + 90) = 8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

(this is the same concept that lies behind 12 * 4 = 10 * 4 + 2 * 4, something we do all the time to multiply complicated numbers more easily).

So, back to expanding the line above into something more readable:

8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * 8 + 8 * 90 + 90 * 8 + 90 * 90

Now let's get that more compact:

8² + 90² + 8 * 90 * 2

That's quite different from what you said (8² + 90²).

There's actually a whole theorem about this, if you want a more clear explanation it's on Wikipedia. It's called

(a + b)² = a² + b² + 2ab

*Last edited by LS97 (2012-09-26 06:01:53)*

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**dvd4****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-09-24
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LS97 wrote:

dvd4 wrote:let me see … 8 + 90 degrees = infinity (there for) 64 + 90*90= infinity squared and 8 + 90 isn't 64 + 90*90,so you are right

Eeehhm... no. Not exactly.

(8 + 90) squared is not 64 + 90*90.

try it yourself, if you've studied the distributive property:

(8 + 90) * (8 + 90) = 8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)(this is the same concept that lies behind 12 * 4 = 10 * 4 + 2 * 4, something we do all the time to multiply complicated numbers more easily).

So, back to expanding the line above into something more readable:

8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * 8 + 8 * 90 + 90 * 8 + 90 * 90Now let's get that more compact:

8² + 90² + 8 * 90 * 2

That's quite different from what you said (8² + 90²).

There's actually a whole theorem about this, if you want a more clear explanation it's on Wikipedia. It's called

(a + b)² = a² + b² + 2ab

that's the only thing you realized ?

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**LS97****Mod Share Team**- Registered: 2012-01-14
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dvd4 wrote:

LS97 wrote:dvd4 wrote:Eeehhm... no. Not exactly.

(8 + 90) squared is not 64 + 90*90.

try it yourself, if you've studied the distributive property:

(8 + 90) * (8 + 90) = 8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)(this is the same concept that lies behind 12 * 4 = 10 * 4 + 2 * 4, something we do all the time to multiply complicated numbers more easily).

So, back to expanding the line above into something more readable:

8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * 8 + 8 * 90 + 90 * 8 + 90 * 90Now let's get that more compact:

8² + 90² + 8 * 90 * 2

That's quite different from what you said (8² + 90²).

There's actually a whole theorem about this, if you want a more clear explanation it's on Wikipedia. It's called

(a + b)² = a² + b² + 2abthat's the only thing you realized ?

And btw, what's up with the degrees?

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**dvd4****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-09-24
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LS97 wrote:

dvd4 wrote:LS97 wrote:Eeehhm... no. Not exactly.

(8 + 90) squared is not 64 + 90*90.

(8 + 90) * (8 + 90) = 8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * 8 + 8 * 90 + 90 * 8 + 90 * 90Now let's get that more compact:

8² + 90² + 8 * 90 * 2

That's quite different from what you said (8² + 90²).

(a + b)² = a² + b² + 2abthat's the only thing you realized ?

And btw, what's up with the degrees?

what happens when you rotate 8 90 degrees ? infinity

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**LS97****Mod Share Team**- Registered: 2012-01-14
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dvd4 wrote:

LS97 wrote:dvd4 wrote:that's the only thing you realized ?

And btw, what's up with the degrees?

what happens when you rotate 8 90 degrees ? infinity

clever

except i woudln't have used a + sign

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**dvd4****Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-09-24
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LS97 wrote:

dvd4 wrote:LS97 wrote:And btw, what's up with the degrees?

what happens when you rotate 8 90 degrees ? infinity

clever

except i woudln't have used a + sign

what sign would you have used ?

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**playzooki****New Mod Share-er**- Registered: 2012-07-12
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LS97 wrote:

Eeehhm... no. Not exactly.

(8 + 90) squared is not 64 + 90*90.

(8 + 90) * (8 + 90) = 8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * (8 + 90) + 90 * (8 + 90)

8 * 8 + 8 * 90 + 90 * 8 + 90 * 90Now let's get that more compact:

8² + 90² + 8 * 90 * 2

That's quite different from what you said (8² + 90²).

(a + b)² = a² + b² + 2ab

Im perfectly capable of quadratic equations, wikipedia.

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