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ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015
So if we want to impose the idea that a circle could be 100 degrees, we are essentially putting planar math, calculus, and all the trig tables aside for a moment. How do you calculate anything in this environment? Well, you use a standard sphere of complimentary width. To calculate one arbitrary degree, you pick one random point, any point on the circle. This point has a finite decimal length degree on any point in a metric circle. No matter what point you pick, it will never be in the noire. You superimpose an electronic logic scheme, a wavetable representing the surface tension of water and tidal forces as a complex calculation, and the system will reason a vantage to the point as a topographical chasm whose bottom is the point on the flat circle. The address length is now known (decimal legnth), and the system logic uses the bias of the point to determine which of many similar address lengths represent the chosen point on the circle. A system user can dither the exact decimal value by laboring over the point, and return the exact metric degree as a topographical marker on the sphere, which can be stored as a real numerical value at any resolution.

:science:

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SLICK GOKU BABY
Jun 12, 2001

Hey Hey Let's Go! 喧嘩する
大切な物を protect my balls


What?

Konar
Dec 14, 2006

Certified 1993 Toyota Previa Passenger
I actually pick points that are exclusively in the noire, I suppose I am just built different though

Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEf2Ax4EcL4

hot cocoa on the couch
Dec 8, 2009

this poo poo is so much worse than pencilhands and epic username and also the oither guy who keeps saying hes gonna quit the forums. their stupid white noise daily update tyhreads are coherent at least. gas

Bad Purchase
Jun 17, 2019




my circles use different numbers of degrees based on how the paper is folded

HD DAD
Jan 13, 2010

Generic white guy.

Toilet Rascal
What the gently caress is a circle?

Nooner
Mar 26, 2011

AN A+ OPSTER (:
metric is for european nancy boys gimme those imperial circ les

Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mT_f_tTW7E

Panic! At The Tesco
Aug 19, 2005

FART


my butthole is a circle

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015

Konar posted:

I actually pick points that are exclusively in the noire, I suppose I am just built different though

They wouldnít be part of the electronic system though and not part of a metric circle. :nono:

So what if we want to calculate a point on a metric.. sphere then? :aaaaa:

Saalkin
Jun 29, 2008


Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have

I'd like to see you walk the fires of hell and come back to talk about it

hot cocoa on the couch
Dec 8, 2009

Piss Creep posted:

I'd like to see you walk the fires of hell and come back to talk about it

i'd like to you take a cannonball to the nutsack like an old timey strongman except desroying your balls instead

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015
Lightport is high. :rznv: :rznv: :rznv:

Saalkin
Jun 29, 2008


Piss Creep posted:

I'd like to see you walk the fires of hell and come back to talk about it

What the hell does this even mean?

You should learn to post better you loving clown.

Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have

hot cocoa on the couch posted:

i'd like to you take a cannonball to the nutsack like an old timey strongman except desroying your balls instead

I'd do it with ease, and turn around and say No mam, the butter is also vegan.

Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have

Saalkin posted:

What the hell does this even mean?

You should learn to post better you loving clown.

FYI Cochese, the thread for angry boys is ELSEWHERE

Revins
Nov 2, 2007





tune the FM in to static and pretend that its the sea
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec74Q0DbE2w

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015
So then each point can have a 4 bit underpinning as a root comparison for a temporal circle of varying width.

Mega64
May 23, 2008

I took the octopath less travelered,

And it made one-eighth the difference.
I am loving ANGRY about MATH.

BAGS FLY AT NOON
Apr 6, 2011

Europe doesnít even have circles op

Luna
May 31, 2001

A hand full of seeds and a mouthful of dirt


Panic! At The Tesco posted:

my butthole is a circle

Not when I get done with it.

Wee
Dec 16, 2022

Lets just enjoy each others company as much as we can In the time we have

ClamdestineBoyster posted:

So then each point can have a 4 bit underpinning as a root comparison for a temporal circle of varying width.

Yeah, but each bit can have a bit as well.

Fish Appreciator
Nov 25, 2021
How about you circle your mama's big butt nerd

Dumb Sex-Parrot
Dec 25, 2020


a point doesn't have a length :mad:

Mega64
May 23, 2008

I took the octopath less travelered,

And it made one-eighth the difference.
In Europe they called the second Xbox the Xbox 100.

hot cocoa on the couch
Dec 8, 2009

Mega64 posted:

In Europe they called the second Xbox the Xbox 100.

lol

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015

HD DAD posted:

What the gently caress is a circle?

Science doesnít even know. :shrug:

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015

Piss Creep posted:

Yeah, but each bit can have a bit as well.

Hey cool theory, try to bite something sharp bitty boy.

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015
Itís just 2 X 2

Cabbages and Kings
Aug 25, 2004


Shall we be trotting home again?
isn't this just a normal circle where each metric degree reflects 3.6 "normal" degrees

how does that magically change the accuracy of doing decimal based math w/r/t spaces that don't necessarily conform to representation by finite numbers? :thunk:

hot cocoa on the couch
Dec 8, 2009

Cabbages and Kings posted:

isn't this just a normal circle where each metric degree reflects 3.6 "normal" degrees

how does that magically change the accuracy of doing decimal based math w/r/t spaces that don't necessarily conform to representation by finite numbers? :thunk:

cb is deeply unwell, mentally

Cabbages and Kings
Aug 25, 2004


Shall we be trotting home again?

hot cocoa on the couch posted:

cb is deeply unwell, mentally

post history is a trip that's for sure

Tarkus
Aug 27, 2000

There is a 'metric' form of angle called the Gradian. 100 units equals a right angle so a full circle is 400 gradians.

numberoneposter
Feb 19, 2014

How much do I cum? The answer might surprise you!

circles arnt real

Strategic Tea
Sep 1, 2012

Please ensure incidental bones are logged under the appropriate cost code.
When you think about it a circle is really eight separate points in time, what one might call a time cube

Hammerite
Mar 9, 2007

And you don't remember what I said here, either, but it was pompous and stupid.
Jade Ear Joe

THEOREM: This is some dork rear end poo poo for super nerds

Tnuctip
Sep 25, 2017

Tarkus posted:

There is a 'metric' form of angle called the Gradian. 100 units equals a right angle so a full circle is 400 gradians.

OP real math nerds use Radians sorry. There are two pi radians in a circle, and all the internal angles of a triangle add up to one pi.

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ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015

Strategic Tea posted:

When you think about it a circle is really eight separate points in time, what one might call a time cube

Bro I call that a PIZZA. :dukedog:

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