MATH, NOT EvEN ONCE. OC Edit: Second front page in a row thanks everybody!. TRYING TO FIND NUMBERS THAT EXIST ISNT BUT IN MATH IT IS.. OHSHI- math Not Even Once
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#46 - mynameisnotmike (11/23/2011) [-]
OHSHI-
#83 to #46 - visualmind (11/23/2011) [-]
http://www.google.dk/#hl=da&cp=4&gs_id=e&xhr=t&q=tan+90&pf=p&sclient=psy-ab&safe =off&site=&source=hp&pbx=1&oq=tan9&aq=0sL&aqi=g-sL1g-L1g-sL1g-L1&aql=&gssm=&gs upl=&bav=on.2,or.rgc.rpw.r_cp.,cf.osb&fp=2176369a24064c0&biw=1366&bih=607
umad
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#79 to #46 - holycrapitscooper **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#89 to #79 - LuckyNinja (11/23/2011) [-]
At tan 0/360 and 180 the number = 0, but stretches out towards infinity at tan 90 & 270. It's effectively just a variation of "dividing by 0"...

God I hate maths...
User avatar #196 to #89 - Hovercat (11/24/2011) [-]
I still don't get it. I did tan(90) on my TI-84 and I got -1.995200412
User avatar #213 to #196 - LiberatedCommie (11/24/2011) [-]
Is your calculator in degree or radians mode? Probably in radian.
User avatar #221 to #213 - Hovercat (11/24/2011) [-]
Ah. Put it in degree and got "ERR:DOMAIN"
#93 to #79 - icefall (11/23/2011) [-]
tan(x)=sin(x)/cos(x)
sin(90)=1
cos(90)=0
hence tan(90)=1/0
Division by zero destroys the world.
User avatar #75 to #46 - masterofallgoats (11/23/2011) [-]
I just started taking trig this year and this made me laugh way too hard.
User avatar #76 to #75 - mynameisnotmike (11/23/2011) [-]
lol you're welcome
#218 to #75 - tdotjdot (11/24/2011) [-]
Same for me without the laugh.
User avatar #101 - rectumwarrior (11/23/2011) [-]
I used to be good at math until they started mixing it with the alphebet
User avatar #110 to #101 - DisgruntledTomato ONLINE (11/23/2011) [-]
and other languages alphabets.
#117 to #110 - stunnedmullet (11/23/2011) [-]
And the binary alphabet.
#138 to #117 - cianator (11/23/2011) [-]
and the numerical alphabet
User avatar #206 to #188 - trapstr (11/24/2011) [-]
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#137 - idelki (11/23/2011) [-]
I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THESE COMMENTS BELOW ME ARE SAYING

I CANNOT MATH
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#249 to #228 - gerdinn (11/24/2011) [-]
Therefore, the answer is potato.
#77 - likeoneninja (11/23/2011) [-]
**likeoneninja rolled a random image**
#82 to #77 - jped (11/23/2011) [-]
**jped rolled a random image**  
<-- my fault.
**jped rolled a random image**
<-- my fault.
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User avatar #198 to #175 - mikepetru (11/24/2011) [-]
i was gonna say the exact same thing
#158 - FightClub (11/23/2011) [-]
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i agree, this subject is perplexing yet rational
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User avatar #122 to #97 - dbizzle (11/23/2011) [-]
well you could just hollow out the original ball, then make two more hollow balls with very thin shells.
#121 - creeperchris (11/23/2011) [-]
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#15 - antilock (11/23/2011) [-]
dat ad
#124 - insainpain (11/23/2011) [-]
It's not math...
But I'm almost certain that's it's math
#247 - ultimatenoob ONLINE (11/24/2011) [-]
Never thought I would find a use for this again
#132 - Rascal (11/23/2011) [-]
Go from:
x^2-4x+8=0

to:
2 ± 2i

show your procedure
User avatar #145 to #132 - lordbyronxiv ONLINE (11/23/2011) [-]
x^2-4x+8=0
this cannot be factored since no two factors of 8 add up to -4.
thus the quadratic formula [-b+/-(b^2-4ac)^1/2]/2a derived from the standard form of the parabola being solved for x [ax^2 + bx + c] must be used:
[-(-4) +/- ((-4)^2 - (4)(1)(8)]/2*1
= [4 +/- (-16)^1/2]/2
= [4 +/- 4*(-1)^1/2]/2
= [4 +/- 4i]/2
= 2 +/- 2i (after factoing out the 2)
i love math!
User avatar #170 to #145 - Xedan (11/23/2011) [-]
you do realize you just did his homework for him, right?
User avatar #172 to #170 - lordbyronxiv ONLINE (11/23/2011) [-]
ive been had.. bamboozled even.. lol.
but hey, i cant take his test for him. :P
#146 to #132 - chickenfail (11/23/2011) [-]
x^2-4x+8=0
**** trying to use quadratic formula
#177 - grimmwaters ONLINE (11/24/2011) [-]
>MFW math class.
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