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    (Original post by B_9710)
    It works for all even numbers up to 4x1018 therefore it must work for all obviously.
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      (Original post by serah.exe)
      ur welcome

      Ofc I'm here always to help

      Isn't Sohcahtoa that native american disney princess!!!
      im so confused now

      so using this bidmas thing, 1+1*0-1/1 = 1+0-1/1 = 1+ 0 -0 = 1 + 0 = 1 ?

      because multiplication by 1*0 is done first, then division 1/1, then subtraction, then addition??
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      i thought the acronym for maths was sohcahtoa?
      That's for triangle calculations!
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        (Original post by ABrooks99)
        That's for triangle calculations!
        when you say triangles you mean this right?

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          image isnt showing, you mean something like this?

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          It was a troll guys
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          (Original post by MathematicNerd)
          It was a troll guys
          Who would've guessed that
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            (Original post by MathematicNerd)
            It was a troll guys
            whos going to help with my homework now then???

            someone pm me the answer to this geomety problem

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            (Original post by Mathemagicien)
            whos going to help with my homework now then???

            someone pm me the answer to this geomety problem

            the area of the rectangle is 17 by pythagoras
            ur welcome
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              the area of the rectangle is 17 by pythagoras
              ur welcome
              but i was told i had to use bidmas??
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              (Original post by Mathemagicien)
              but i was told i had to use bidmas??
              no that only works on triangles
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                (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
                no that only works on triangles
                ah, that makes sense. thanks!
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                the area of the rectangle is 17 by pythagoras
                ur welcome
                Can't be 17 because 17 is a prime number and those don't exist on the complex plane.
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                (Original post by RDKGames)
                Can't be 17 because 17 is a prime number and those don't exist on the complex plane.
                lol you noob you forgot to apply the Cauchy-Fermat theorem :rofl:
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