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#210 - drulludanni
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(04/03/2013) [-]
but there is one thing pi doesnt contain that is pi itself because that would make it repeat
#230 to #210 - anon
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(04/03/2013) [-]
It DOES contain pi itself

but not after the period
#206 - Falkor
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#59 - knifingbearz
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Mashing my number pad for the rest of my life would do the same thing
Mashing my number pad for the rest of my life would do the same thing
#61 to #59 - prancingkid
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(04/03/2013) [-]
The length of your life is not even close to enough time to get those results randomly. Try the entire population of the Earth for the entire length of humanity's existence...maybe.
#66 to #61 - knifingbearz
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The number of possibilities for ten separate digits to make one 10 digit number is 10^10 or 10,000,000,000. On average mashing my keyboard yields approximately 100 numbers in 10 seconds, which is 10 numbers per second. There are 86,400 seconds in a day and 31,536,000 seconds in a year. Average life expectancy is 75 here in the U.S. which gives me 2,365,200,000 seconds in a lifetime. At ten digits per second I could type 20,365,200,000 digits in a lifetime, which is more than double the possibilities. I understand that the chances of me getting each possible combination are extremely slim but hypothetically it could be done.
#70 to #66 - prancingkid
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Such is the nature of Probability.
#203 - Bobbypants
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(04/03/2013) [-]
The circle of life
#171 - livingmorphine
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It's unprovable that every combination is there somewhere.
Imagine creating a infinite, nonrepeating decimal (just like pi) but without using the number "9". You can achieve that, but there are still not all the combinations of numbers in there, because the "9" is missing.
#145 - anonymoose
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(04/03/2013) [-]
This is true of every irrational number.
√2 √3 √5 √6
ln(x) x>1
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#144 - hkd
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Was the end of Pi not reached, at about 5 trillion digits?
#150 to #144 - anonymoose
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(04/03/2013) [-]
There are a **** load of mathematical proofs proving pi to be irrational.
#137 - felixjarl ONLINE
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(04/03/2013) [-]
I love it when the boys speak mathematics to me.
I love it when the boys speak mathematics to me.
#146 to #137 - anonymoose
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(04/03/2013) [-]
(cosx+isinx)^y = cosyx+isinyx



Yeah, you like that.
#147 to #146 - felixjarl ONLINE
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Stop teasing and bring me some real math.
#159 to #147 - crazyeyedbioll
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(04/03/2013) [-]
How about 2+2 you dirty multiplication equation
#163 to #159 - MrMustacho
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(04/03/2013) [-]
warning math is habit forming
warning math is habit forming
#161 to #159 - felixjarl ONLINE
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Do you seriously take me for a horny 13 year old who is even aware of the pleasures of quantum mathematics?
#164 to #161 - crazyeyedbioll
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#168 to #164 - felixjarl ONLINE
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Quadratic equation or GTFO
#192 to #168 - soulkingbrook
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(04/03/2013) [-]
It is the quadratic FORMULA. But X= -b + or - the square root of ( b^2-4ac) all over 2a
#170 to #168 - crazyeyedbioll
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(04/03/2013) [-]
When I realize I am terrible with math
#169 to #168 - crazyeyedbioll
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(04/03/2013) [-]
suddenly lost the mood
#85 - hibyeman
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(04/03/2013) [-]
this would also be true for every irrational number. so the same information would be found in the square root of 2.
#48 - corundum
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(04/03/2013) [-]
And so is the entirety of Shakespeare's works...
And a version of Hamlet where Hamlet's called "Buttcrunch Deluxe" throughout the whole thing.
#223 - bluemoonz
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Ahhh... life.
#153 - marcuss
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#132 - chadpbj
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Quote from Finch
#88 - cinematicbrix
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(04/03/2013) [-]
But that's just because of base 10.
In base 12 Pi in even.
#94 to #88 - Keleth
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(04/03/2013) [-]
base 12? how do you show base 12? binary is 01(one) 10(two) 11(three) how do you fit a twelve in 1 decimal spot? would base 12 be like 0B(twelve)? Bringing letters into the equation? Teach me!
#96 to #94 - cinematicbrix
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Go onto Youtube and search for "Base 12".

Click the video with this image.
Your welcome.
#98 to #96 - Keleth
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Wow that really hurt my brain, i get it but i don't, i understand WHY it's simpler, i have no damn idea how it works though if that makes any sense.
#97 to #96 - cinematicbrix
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(04/03/2013) [-]
fak, you're*
#33 - therealtjthemedic
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Also the word penis titties
#16 - zzforrest
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(04/02/2013) [-]
My favorite irrational number is 1 / infinity
It is basically 0.0000000........1
An infinite stretch of zeroes, ending in a one... And it does follow all the rules regarding irrational numbers
-cannot be represented as a fraction with only real and rational numbers
-non terminating
-non repeating
#102 to #16 - ipmules
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You saying that it ends in a one indicates that it terminates. Since any terminating decimal is rational, it can't be irrational, and that is something very easy to prove. Additionally, infinity is not a number. In more advanced maths, you can create "points at infinity," but because infinity is not a number but you're acting like it is, you have to specifically definite its arithmetic. In any case I've ever seen, division by infinity has been defined to be 0. Additionally, the definition of a rational is "a number that can be represented as the quotient of two integers with a nonzero divisor." You do have beasts like transfinite numbers, which are infinite, but aren't "infinity" and when working with transfinite numbers, the arithmetic and axioms are much much different than your run-of-the-mill calculus arithmetic and axioms.
#22 to #16 - haseotakaeda
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(04/02/2013) [-]
You can't divide by infinity, otherwise you break math.
you can't use infinity as if it's a number (which it is no more a number as 'blue' is)
Infinity is an idea
#23 to #22 - zzforrest
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Fun fact: haseotakaeda has never looked in a calculus textbook.
#26 to #16 - neonnurse
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(04/02/2013) [-]
it better to write it as 1/n as n approaches infinity
#9 - anon
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(04/02/2013) [-]
if Pi is an infinite number with every combination of numbers possible, does that mean at some point after it has made every combination in existence, it could repeat? (they do say every combination)
#11 to #9 - faktura
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(04/02/2013) [-]
"Every combination in existence" Thats not possible
#6 - iamtheblackgoat
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(04/02/2013) [-]
But can you eat it?
#15 to #6 - lavitts
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yes, because somewhere in that infinite string of digits is the recipe for the most delicious pie ever to exist.
#1 - supermegasherman
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(04/02/2013) [-]
whoa man