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#16

retris (12/18/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Could someone please explain the fauly reasoning in the following?
So say I had a square with side length=1 and had a circle inscribed in the square. Then the perimeter of the square is 4 and and the circumference of the circle is pi. If turn the corner of the square inwards then the perimeter is still 4, if you continuie to do this you could get infinitely close to the circle, so the circumference is 4.
So say I had a square with side length=1 and had a circle inscribed in the square. Then the perimeter of the square is 4 and and the circumference of the circle is pi. If turn the corner of the square inwards then the perimeter is still 4, if you continuie to do this you could get infinitely close to the circle, so the circumference is 4.
#9

hiddenshaddow (12/18/2012) []
I miss the easier math. To think I am still not doing the hardest math and one day what I am doing will look like 1+2=3 :/