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Maths problem for you  


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Find the shaded area, show working out. 

Posted On: 09/08/2009 3:14AM  View momentumenergy's Profile  #  

AIDS CUNT edited this message on 04/28/2010 4:32PM
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Posted On: 09/08/2009 3:41AM  AIDS woman's genitals  #  

by superimposing goatse over that image i have determined its over 9000. give me ur upvotes ppl! Log in to see images! Log in to see images! 

Posted On: 09/08/2009 3:44AM  View iIRZ's Profile  #  

iIRZ Posted:
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Posted On: 09/08/2009 3:48AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

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Posted On: 09/08/2009 5:05AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

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a^2 + b^2 = c^2 r^2 + 0.5^2 = (1r)^2 r^2 + 0.5^2 = r^2 2r + 1 ——— 1/4 – 1 = 2r 2r = 3/4 r = 3/8 ——— A = pi * r^2 A = pi * (3/8)^2 A = pi * 9/64 = 0.442 (3dp) ——— /thread. manman edited this message on 09/08/2009 8:50AM 

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Posted On: 09/08/2009 8:53AM  View 1337xxxxxxxxxlol...'s Profile  #  

manman Posted:
I like this guy 

Posted On: 09/08/2009 9:07AM  View momentumenergy's Profile  #  

can u find the area between the circles without using calculus? i’ve tried but not really succeeding
by circles i mean the curves inside the square; the area where they intersect Inertia edited this message on 09/15/2009 10:41AM 

Posted On: 09/15/2009 10:41AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

Inertia Posted:
the ancient greeks didn’t have calculus 

Posted On: 09/15/2009 10:42AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

Inertia Posted:
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Area of intersection = Area of Triangle + 2 * (Area inside 60 degree sector – Area of triangle)
Equivalent: Intersection = (2 * Area of 60 degree sector) – Area of triangle
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Area of 60 degree sector = (pi * r^2)/6 = (pi * 1)/6
Area of triangle = (sqrt 3)/4
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Intersection = (2 * (pi / 6)) – (sqrt 3)/4 .. = pi / 3 – (sqrt 3)/4 .. = 0.614 (3dp) 

Posted On: 09/15/2009 11:27PM  View manman's Profile  #  

manman Posted:
ooo fuuck that’s how you solve it 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 12:24AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

this is exciting 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 8:32AM  View Inertia's Profile  #  

Are we done here, or is there anything left to work out? 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 8:36AM  View manman's Profile  #  

manman Posted:
Find the only Pythagorean triplet with the sum of 1000. Log in to see images! Log in to see images! Log in to see images! Log in to see images! Log in to see images! Log in to see images! Buying a lot of zomg im so fat.xpeg – 500 each Log in to see images! 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 9:31AM  View quangntenemy's Profile  #  

do my homework for me too my teacher is a ****
x = y^2 * z
solve for x and z forumwarz resident poet laureate 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 10:08AM  View Loneliest Heart's Profile  #  

Loneliest Heart Posted:
Isn’t that already solved for X Log in to see images! Dysnomia Posted: 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 10:14AM  View Skyman747's Profile  #  

quangntenemy Posted:
(200, 375, 425)
200^2 + 375^2 = 180625 425^2 = 180625
200 + 375 + 425 = 1000 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 1:03PM  View manman's Profile  #  

I saw ‘Math’ and somehow I knew we’d find Man Man in here swinging his incredibly large (and well deserved) paraboloid at the problem.
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“Philosophy is a game with objectives and no rules. Mathematics is a game with rules and no objectives.” Log in to see images! 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 1:39PM  View Afterthotz's Profile  #  

Remind me… where have I demonstrated my uhh… paraboloid, before now? 

Posted On: 09/16/2009 2:17PM  View manman's Profile  #  