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sandynick
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(02/25/2013) [] If you think Michael`s story is surprising..., three weeksago father inlaw basically also actually earnt $5143 working twenty hours a week at home and their best friend's mom`s neighbour did this for 6 months and made more than $5143 in their spare time at there computer. the advice here, WWW.Buzz75.ℂom
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englman Just imagine... What if these people get paid per comment/red thumb received?..
FunnyJunk would probably be where they're making their "$5,143+ a week.." And they're constantly coming back to brag about each others success to make themselves, and their friends, richer because they know we'll just keep giving them attention..
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(02/26/2013) [] FunnyJunk would probably be where they're making their "$5,143+ a week.." And they're constantly coming back to brag about each others success to make themselves, and their friends, richer because they know we'll just keep giving them attention..
#54

tigronn
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(02/26/2013) [] Pythagorean theorem is possibly the easiest thing i've ever got in math class
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TheEpicTroll
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(02/26/2013) [] Could I bother you for what he said, in his comments, if you can remember, please?
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omgusogay
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(02/26/2013) [] ... i'm tempted to keep it secret, to preserve the mystery. lol
but it actually isn't very interesting, he just decided to ascribe arbitrary values to the cubes in the gif and work them through the (basic) formula to 'prove it'.
Presumably to show off his mad, rad elementarylevel skillz
but it actually isn't very interesting, he just decided to ascribe arbitrary values to the cubes in the gif and work them through the (basic) formula to 'prove it'.
Presumably to show off his mad, rad elementarylevel skillz
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TheEpicTroll
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(02/26/2013) [] **** on, we got a mathematical prodigy on our hands. Next you'll tell me he knows his sine, cosine and tangent ratios.
#12

IamSofaKingdom I can appreciate the math behind it but when I look at them it just seems to me like it would obviously fit. I thought it was just a math demonstration until my friends told me it is supposed to look like the water will overflow.
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(02/26/2013) [] #10

tkfourtwoone
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(02/26/2013) [] But if you don't get the same height for all 3 bodies, then you're ****** (you know, volume, cubic meters?...)
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tkfourtwoone
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(02/26/2013) [] What you see in the gif are bodies, not 2D planes
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tkfourtwoone
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(02/26/2013) [] Yes, that's what I said, that it's the ideal condition where all the bodies' height is the same, therefore it can be ignored.
But that little demonstration of Pythagora's Law goes down the drainer if you troll with the height, therefore increasing the volume.
What do you want? I just woke up when I saw the damn thing and it was the first thing that popped in my head
But that little demonstration of Pythagora's Law goes down the drainer if you troll with the height, therefore increasing the volume.
What do you want? I just woke up when I saw the damn thing and it was the first thing that popped in my head