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Is it possible to draw a 'Perfect Circle'?

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    (Original post by theking1)
    a circumference of 360 degrees.
    yer what

    (Original post by whyumadtho)
    Mathematically, no, but this man's ability is very impressive:

    tekkers
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    (Original post by theking1)
    Well it only took me 25 minutes to finish off with your wife. So call it £10 excluding vat?
    I will give you give you 1 apple, 4 bananas and 2 oranges.
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    (Original post by whyumadtho)
    Mathematically, no, but this man's ability is very impressive:

    I like how he dries the board beforehand :P

    Wow.

    He's like, the opposite of Spongebob, lol. Squidward would love some tips!
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    (Original post by ANIGAV)
    I will give you give you 1 apple, 4 bananas and 2 oranges.
    You drive a hard bargain.. Seems legit, I accept.
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    (Original post by HotfireLegend)
    I like how he dries the board beforehand :P

    Wow.

    He's like, the opposite of Spongebob, lol. Squidward would love some tips!
    Wow. Tbh I think it's possible to draw a 360 degrees circle, even if his wasn't precise.
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    Infinitely small chance for ALL THE THINGS! :eek:
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    (Original post by theking1)
    Wow. Tbh I think it's possible to draw a 360 degrees circle, even if his wasn't precise.
    Couldn't see the circle very clearly due to camera shake, but it looked quite precise!
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    (Original post by HotfireLegend)
    Couldn't see the circle very clearly due to camera shake, but it looked quite precise!
    Yeah, completely; but you can't tell unless it's been measured, now if he had measured it, that would be something else
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    yep, all you need is karl pilkington's head to use as a stencil.
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    (Original post by indian_princess)
    yep, all you need is karl pilkington's head to use as a stencil.

    trololol

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