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    http://www.horsman.co.nz/story.do?id=72
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    cough.
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    (Original post by Browneyedboi)
    http://www.horsman.co.nz/story.do?id=72
    omg is that my paper:eek:
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    I've seen PQ post that before. It was funny though :p:
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    This is old. Already seen it, still good though :p:
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    :ditto: Cat.
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    Apparently this is incorrect :confused: :confused:

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    AxA + BxB= CxC 4x4+3x3= CxC CxC= 25 the square root of 25 is 5. So C = 5. The hypotenuse is always the longest side of a triangle. Hope that helps you.
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    (Original post by determind_1)
    AxA + BxB= CxC 4x4+3x3= CxC CxC= 25 the square root of 25 is 5. So C = 5. The hypotenuse is always the longest side of a triangle. Hope that helps you.
    Yes, thank you for teaching us Pythagoras' Theorem, seeing as we wouldn't know it. We really appreciate it. :eek2: Hypotenuse is the longest side? So that's what I've been doing wrong all these years.

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    I kid, I kid.
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    (Original post by determind_1)
    AxA + BxB= CxC 4x4+3x3= CxC CxC= 25 the square root of 25 is 5. So C = 5. The hypotenuse is always the longest side of a triangle. Hope that helps you.
    Did you not understand the irony in the previous post? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by determind_1)
    AxA + BxB= CxC 4x4+3x3= CxC CxC= 25 the square root of 25 is 5. So C = 5. The hypotenuse is always the longest side of a triangle. Hope that helps you.
    :rofl:

    silly :p:
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    He is indeed
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    (Original post by Natural Scientist)
    :laugh: You're back!
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    damn ... I should use invisible mode :p:
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    No dont insult me- i answered the problem just to keep this sarcastic joke of a thread going lol
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    (Original post by determind_1)
    No dont insult me- i answered the problem just to keep this sarcastic joke of a thread going lol
    Heh, your sarcastic answer was replied with sarcasm as well :p:
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    (Original post by Cataclysm)
    Heh, your sarcastic answer was replied with sarcasm as well :p:
    Hehe, your mocking is very funny Cat
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    (Original post by Bexy*at*your*service)
    Hehe, your mocking is very funny Cat
    It's a gift :p:
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    (Original post by Cataclysm)
    It's a gift :p:
    haha :p:
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    yeah its so good that i am on my knees worshipping you! (notice my sarcasm coming out now in reply to your sarcastic comment in which you ptrviously responded to my sarcastic comment- confused- iam! lol)
 
 
 
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