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Posted: 2012-04-17 15:19:46

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  • TexBex - replied 2012-04-17 15:28:36
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    ...Why DO Brits call math "maths"? I've always wondered that...
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    • JonnymusPrime - replied 2012-04-17 17:24:17
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      as in "mathematics". you wouldn't say, "i study mathematic" would you
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      • poopiteepoop - replied 2012-04-18 08:32:21
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        silly americans
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      • TexBex - replied 2012-04-18 09:22:40
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        Ahhhh I learned something today! :)
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        • JonnymusPrime - replied 2012-04-18 09:37:31
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          always happy to help :D
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  • IisaMONKEY - replied 2012-04-17 20:34:39
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    #15 is caused by a difference in gradient between the red a blue-ish triangles. If you actually check, they do not have the same gradient and when switched causes a small bulge (look closely) at the join, this is enough area to make up a single square :P Sorry for nerding it up :D
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    • shouldent - replied 2012-04-18 11:12:43
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      Please explain a little more... =)

      I was thinking about that the bottom line is a primer number (13) and you are trying to complete it with 2 numbers which mathematically is impossible and there is where the inconsistency shows up... but I am not sure how to explain that
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      • shouldent - replied 2012-04-18 11:45:49
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        Well I just foun out that the slopes of both triangles are not the same, hece you cannot form a triangle with them... period!
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  • shouldent - replied 2012-04-18 10:39:56
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    #1 Did you just divided by 0?!?!?!! Dear Lord!!!!


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    • awesomeeeee - replied 2012-04-18 11:58:04
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      it pretty much did seen as a-b when a=b is 0
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  • cardigan - replied 2012-04-22 11:28:33
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    if a=b
    a-b=0
    2(a-b)=a-b
    2(0)=0
    0=0
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  • Bkimmy - replied 2013-09-22 14:03:50
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    You can't divide out (a-b) since it is zero. Diving something by zero is impossible. A pure mathematical error. There this meme is wrong. :P
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