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Resolution to the pi=4 paradox

Here's the problem. There are "proofs" that pi=4 and sqrt(2)=2 and other paradoxes along these lines. If you take a 10x10 grid and shade the perimeter with
bqllpd
5:22 PM
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16384

Re: Math and Sex (with spelling correction)

and i thought we were discussing the motions of free bodies
christopher arthur
Jul 20
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16383

Re: Math and Sex (with spelling correction)

If no one is going to moderate this group... will you give me a chance? Clooney? Mark? puzzlehacker?
bqllpd
Jul 20
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16382

Math and Sex (with spelling correction)

Theorem: The stimulation given to female during vaginal intercourse for a single thrust of the penis is proportional to the product of girth times the square
christopher arthur
Jul 19
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16381

Math and Sex

Theorem: The simulation given to female during vaginal intercourse for a single thrust of the penis is proportional to the product of girth times the square
christopher arthur
Jul 19
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16379

A much simpler idea than in my last post

I've been way overthinking this problem, so I just now thought of the simplest way to describe what I tried to explain in my last post. If you take a circle
bqllpd
Jul 18
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16377

Can someone verify the geometry/physics/engineering principles of th

I think Caltech is trying to throw me off because they know I'm onto something... Draw an equilateral triangle with vertices r1, r2, r3 and a point M outside
bqllpd
Jul 15
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16375

Underlying partial ||-8-gon for 7 random points can infer the 8'th "

Up all night without meds. A ||-n-gon is a centroid polygon for n points where n is even. The opposite sides are parallel and equal. This is an underlying
bqllpd
May 19
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16374

Need another "Eureka window"

I've been diagnosed with high functioning autistic spectrum disorder among a slew of other problems. I take a medication called Valproic Acid (liquid
bqllpd
May 16
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16372

Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

Kepler believed that planets moved harmonically, and he went so far as to describe the motions using musical theory. Maybe there is music to the n-body
christopher arthur
May 13
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16371

Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

With respect to the moon: the same side of the moon faces us probably because of tidal lock that damped any relative rotation it may have had initially. The
video_ranger
May 12
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16370

Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

being smart isn't just being able to do some difficult calculation. it's doing it so that someone else actually cares about it. the whole solar system is a
christopher arthur
May 11
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16369

What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

I've been thinking about this problem, but I'm in disagreement with Caltech right now because I think they were incorrect by blowing me off. The barycenter of
bqllpd
May 11
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16368

Re: Quick question about an equation for lines.

3.428571 minutes ... From: Tofique Fatehi tofiquef@... [mathforfun] To: mathforfun Sent: Tue,
David Abrahams
May 5
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16367

Re: Quick question about an equation for lines.

which point is irrelevant, so just consider the origin and use polar coordinates to make the argument...
christopher arthur
May 5
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