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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Ash Kelp » Thu 27th Sep 2012

10/10

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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Skyswallow » Thu 27th Sep 2012

10/10
I'm not surprised, pi's an irrational number... Most people wouldn't count it as a random one.
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Ash Kelp » Thu 27th Sep 2012

10.001275890005/10

Complete and total disagreement over here.
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Skyswallow » Thu 27th Sep 2012

Ok!
So. Why pi and not i or e? :D :D :D
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Ash Kelp » Thu 27th Sep 2012

10/10

I figured more people would know about pi.
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by CleoFowl » Fri 28th Sep 2012

10/10
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Felina » Sun 30th Sep 2012

9/10

Go pi!!! x333
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Skyswallow » Sun 30th Sep 2012

10/10
Poor guy...
@Ash: How about phi then? :D
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Ash Kelp » Sun 30th Sep 2012

10/10
What's 'phi'?
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Skyswallow » Mon 1st Oct 2012

10/10
0_o Ash doesn't know what 'phi' is! Ok, I don't know much about it. It looks like this --> ϕ and has something to do with the Golden Ratio. The only other thing I know about it is that you add 1 to square it :)
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Ash Kelp » Tue 2nd Oct 2012

10/10
^Ah

My location only makes sense if you've heard about the quality of the iPhone maps.
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Skyswallow » Tue 2nd Oct 2012

10/10
Yup, I've heard :)
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Foxriver Fowl » Thu 18th Oct 2012

7/10
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by Bang Your Drum » Thu 18th Oct 2012

Eh kinda like DixieDuffy's..... also a week stalkerish imo.
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Re: Rate the Location Above You

Post by jsreed5 » Fri 19th Oct 2012

9/10

Pi (π) is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It's roughly equal to 3.141592653589793… It's a transcendental number, which means it cannot be expressed as the root of any polynomial with rational coefficients.
Phi (ϕ) is the ratio of two segments of a line such that the smaller is to the larger as the larger is to the whole. It's exactly equal to (1+√5)/2. It can be found by solving the quadratic equation x^2 - x - 1 = 0.
e is the number such that the area under the function 1/x, from x=1 to x=e, equals 1. It's roughly equal to 2.7182818284590452… The number is central to calculus.

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