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Ever wanted to know what radians are?
By: silvinciagain
 
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
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josa (04/27/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Here’s the Pythagorean theorem (a² + b² = c²) demonstrated visibly
#11

emyris (04/28/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Twinkle twinkle little star, circumference equals 2 pi r...
#51

TheHutchie (04/28/2014) [+] (15 replies)
Alright, that's pretty interesting I suppose. How about now we see a useful application for it in everyday life, because I can't think of any.
#54 to #51

crotchlesshotpants (04/28/2014) []
I study Engineering and we use it everyday. In Mathematics, in Electronics in Mechanics, in subjects such as Aeroacoustics, Thermodynamics and many more.
In fact there is no subject I can think of where we didn't use π or rad at least to some extent. So there is your everyday use^^
In fact there is no subject I can think of where we didn't use π or rad at least to some extent. So there is your everyday use^^
#92

nuciferatu (04/28/2014) []
Whenever you consider downloading somthing illegally, the question you must ask yourself is "2 π rad or not 2 π rad?"
#28 to #27

agrofenlas (04/28/2014) []
I just copied and pasted, but you know, I don't give two ***** .
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fijifijifiji (04/28/2014) []
Well just imagine if we were actually taught like this.
That 20 second gif just explained a complex idea in a way we completely understood, where as it took a week or so in class just to get us to somewhat be able to pass the ******* workbooks they handed out.
And usually it was just one or two kids which everyone else copied off of.
That 20 second gif just explained a complex idea in a way we completely understood, where as it took a week or so in class just to get us to somewhat be able to pass the ******* workbooks they handed out.
And usually it was just one or two kids which everyone else copied off of.