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#4 - You said The root of 8 plus the root of two is the same as t…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/12/2014 on answer 0
#5 - buttslapper (06/13/2014) [-]
I'm sure you're real smart and shit but your explanation is totally crap. Jacklane you didn't follow the PEMDAS rules that is why you are wrong.
User avatar #6 - jacklane (06/13/2014) [-]
Oh I fucked up. I was supposed to foil it out.
#2 - How can you get 10 out of that? You are not supposed to ig…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/11/2014 on answer 0
User avatar #3 - jacklane (06/12/2014) [-]
The root of 8 plus the root of two is the same as the root of 8 plus 2. Which is the same as the root of 10. Since the power is 2 (applied to everything in the radicand) and the index is 2, this reduces to the power of 1 and the radical sign is disappears. What tracy did wrong was to multiply 2 and 8 when there was very clearly a plus sign there.
#4 - datargumme (06/12/2014) [-]
You said The root of 8 plus the root of two is the same as the root of 8 plus 2
Which is bullshit.
a^(1/2)+b^(1/2)≠(a+b)^(1/2)
Example assuming a and b is equal to 4
4^(1/2)+4^(1/2)=4
(4+4)^(1/2)=2*2^(1/2)=2,828
4≠2,828
As you can see the statement that you made first is wrong.

And again you make the assumption that (a^(1/2)+b^(1/2))^2=a+b, which is false.
Example assuming a and b is equal to 2.
(2^(1/2)+2^(1/2))^2=8
2+2=4
8≠4

Trazy did not multiply 8 with 2.
The statement tracy made was that if you square an irrational number, you allways get a rational number, which is false
Example with the irrational number e, e≈2,71828128....
e^2≈7,39056...
e^2 is an irrational number, and that is where tracy was wrong, and not in the result of the calculation.
#5 - buttslapper (06/13/2014) [-]
I'm sure you're real smart and shit but your explanation is totally crap. Jacklane you didn't follow the PEMDAS rules that is why you are wrong.
User avatar #6 - jacklane (06/13/2014) [-]
Oh I fucked up. I was supposed to foil it out.
#11 - Hellomyfello's explanation was lacking on some parts, so i am …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/11/2014 on Lost cat 0
User avatar #14 - oneupforme (06/11/2014) [-]
I like to imagine it in like the saying "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get." I like to use Schrodinger's cat in a similar fashion. "All possible outcomes exist simultaneously, you won't find the true answer until you actually act, ie open the box."
#7 - The link is a screamer  [+] (3 new replies) 06/06/2014 on Library computer drawing +46
#9 - kwizzer (06/06/2014) [-]
Only realized what you meant when it was opening. fuck.
#38 - squeejee (06/06/2014) [-]
Same here
#8 - communistnazi (06/06/2014) [-]
#164 - It seems that the reason we disagree is that you appear to bel… 06/04/2014 on Let the hate flow through... 0
#128 - I would be totally fine with locking them up with merely bread…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/04/2014 on Let the hate flow through... +1
User avatar #129 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
If you break the law, you give up some of your rights. The concept of "hard time" seems to be a thing of the past. Some live better lives than the homeless. So why should a homeless person not commit a crime? Now the issue with this is that some laws are considered asinine. This is where the whole, "punishment must fit the crime."

Our society seems to think that by taking away our inmates "basic human rights" which they define as tv, internet, social interaction, it is inhumane. Here's a person who molested a child. That person should be locked up in a small hole and given only what is necessary to survive. Personally, I think if someone molested a child, willingly admits to it, should be dragged out back.
User avatar #164 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
It seems that the reason we disagree is that you appear to bellieve that we humans untimately have a free will and that punishment is acceptable since the person commited the crime is untimately at fault, and not something else.
I on the other hand do not think that we humans are at fault for what we do ourself. A criminal is most likely a criminal because of a bad childhood, bad enviorment or a mental problem, eg sociopathy. And i bellive that the best way to fix a criminal, is to fix him and not destroy his life.
Even people who molest children, i bellieve should get help instead of punishment.
It is only when people are way to dangerous and beyond fixing that i even advocate life inprisonment.
But you instead want to kill a mentally sick person who was driven to molest children instead of fixing the poor bastard? Molesting children is not a simple life choice that a person might make, the only way such a mindset can appear in a persons mind is if they got fucked up mentally at some point.
#123 - there are people who admire serial killers a lot. and if just …  [+] (4 new replies) 06/04/2014 on Let the hate flow through... 0
User avatar #125 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
I'd be fine locking these people up in solitary confinement for the rest of their lives, living off of only bread and water, but that is seen as inhumane.. Yet some of these sick fucks slowly torture their victims until death. So we throw them in a cell with cable tv, allow them to play games, and interact with people?
User avatar #128 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
I would be totally fine with locking them up with merely bread and water and have them live out a boring life. Giving life sentenced criminals tv, video games and soical interraction, i do consider to be to much to give them.
Though i do support giving normal criminals such things.
User avatar #129 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
If you break the law, you give up some of your rights. The concept of "hard time" seems to be a thing of the past. Some live better lives than the homeless. So why should a homeless person not commit a crime? Now the issue with this is that some laws are considered asinine. This is where the whole, "punishment must fit the crime."

Our society seems to think that by taking away our inmates "basic human rights" which they define as tv, internet, social interaction, it is inhumane. Here's a person who molested a child. That person should be locked up in a small hole and given only what is necessary to survive. Personally, I think if someone molested a child, willingly admits to it, should be dragged out back.
User avatar #164 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
It seems that the reason we disagree is that you appear to bellieve that we humans untimately have a free will and that punishment is acceptable since the person commited the crime is untimately at fault, and not something else.
I on the other hand do not think that we humans are at fault for what we do ourself. A criminal is most likely a criminal because of a bad childhood, bad enviorment or a mental problem, eg sociopathy. And i bellive that the best way to fix a criminal, is to fix him and not destroy his life.
Even people who molest children, i bellieve should get help instead of punishment.
It is only when people are way to dangerous and beyond fixing that i even advocate life inprisonment.
But you instead want to kill a mentally sick person who was driven to molest children instead of fixing the poor bastard? Molesting children is not a simple life choice that a person might make, the only way such a mindset can appear in a persons mind is if they got fucked up mentally at some point.
#118 - Executing someone instead of life inprisonment will only make …  [+] (6 new replies) 06/04/2014 on Let the hate flow through... 0
User avatar #119 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
But how would Dahmer, Bundy, Gacy, Hansen, Yates, and people like them become martyrs..? I can understand your point people like Hitler and Bin Laden, not so much serial killers.
User avatar #123 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
there are people who admire serial killers a lot. and if just one of them happen to consider a serial killer a martyr after execution, they might hurt someone. But i am quite sure that such things happen rarely.
To avoid it you can just toss serial killers in jail for life, no more people gets hurt that way.
User avatar #125 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
I'd be fine locking these people up in solitary confinement for the rest of their lives, living off of only bread and water, but that is seen as inhumane.. Yet some of these sick fucks slowly torture their victims until death. So we throw them in a cell with cable tv, allow them to play games, and interact with people?
User avatar #128 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
I would be totally fine with locking them up with merely bread and water and have them live out a boring life. Giving life sentenced criminals tv, video games and soical interraction, i do consider to be to much to give them.
Though i do support giving normal criminals such things.
User avatar #129 - kamikazikraut (06/04/2014) [-]
If you break the law, you give up some of your rights. The concept of "hard time" seems to be a thing of the past. Some live better lives than the homeless. So why should a homeless person not commit a crime? Now the issue with this is that some laws are considered asinine. This is where the whole, "punishment must fit the crime."

Our society seems to think that by taking away our inmates "basic human rights" which they define as tv, internet, social interaction, it is inhumane. Here's a person who molested a child. That person should be locked up in a small hole and given only what is necessary to survive. Personally, I think if someone molested a child, willingly admits to it, should be dragged out back.
User avatar #164 - datargumme (06/04/2014) [-]
It seems that the reason we disagree is that you appear to bellieve that we humans untimately have a free will and that punishment is acceptable since the person commited the crime is untimately at fault, and not something else.
I on the other hand do not think that we humans are at fault for what we do ourself. A criminal is most likely a criminal because of a bad childhood, bad enviorment or a mental problem, eg sociopathy. And i bellive that the best way to fix a criminal, is to fix him and not destroy his life.
Even people who molest children, i bellieve should get help instead of punishment.
It is only when people are way to dangerous and beyond fixing that i even advocate life inprisonment.
But you instead want to kill a mentally sick person who was driven to molest children instead of fixing the poor bastard? Molesting children is not a simple life choice that a person might make, the only way such a mindset can appear in a persons mind is if they got fucked up mentally at some point.
#228 - Picture 06/04/2014 on dogs +28
#19 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 05/30/2014 on Not even sorry +93
User avatar #60 - icanexplain (05/30/2014) [-]
you fixed it, u win this thread
#48 - olliespeed (05/30/2014) [-]
#7 - The last one is that you get for studying liberal arts. 05/22/2014 on College then and now 0
#148 - Half of the answers was no. 05/22/2014 on Which is your choice? +1
#45 - That is because i drive at the speed limit. 05/22/2014 on My life in a nutshell. +3
#62 - It also looks like milk 05/19/2014 on A Pack of wild white girls... 0
#43 - The reason it shows the fraction as an answer, is because that…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2014 on That was helpful +2
#50 - anonymous (05/18/2014) [-]
Yes, the answer is irrational. This is why the calculator is displaying it as the ratio of two numbers. This makes perfect sense.
#520 - Ghost+Poison for PVP That would give me a 43,75% of paraly… 05/17/2014 on Answer this +4
#10 - You can develop social anxiety with time, so no. 05/17/2014 on Deep Thoughts 0
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#40 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 05/09/2014 on Nature at work +4
User avatar #65 - popnotes (05/09/2014) [-]
shut up weeble
#60 - anonymous (05/09/2014) [-]
shut up weeboo
#19 - Yes, i do. if you enchant your helmet with fortify restoration… 04/30/2014 on Skyrim 0
#49 - Try playing on legendary mode and only using unarmed combat, t…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2014 on "I bet I can take that... 0
User avatar #50 - dedaluminus (04/30/2014) [-]
Heavy armor perk for adding gauntlet rating to unarmed damage
buff unarmed damage enchantment from those gloves in the ratway
ring and gauntlets of buff unarmed
difficulty over
#54 - Comment deleted 04/30/2014 on BREAKING NEWS 0
#39 - Picture 04/26/2014 on A wizard 0
#13 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 04/25/2014 on And It Was Worth It +9
#38 - sharklazers (04/25/2014) [-]
I spent way too much time doing this even though nobody will get the reference
User avatar #30 - goobyman (04/25/2014) [-]
whoever she is, now his smile turns into a cute satisfied smile not a "i have already won" smile.
#34 - izayoisakuya (04/25/2014) [-]
chen from touhou.
#21 - girlcock (04/25/2014) [-]
#295 - Thanks 04/15/2014 on Land of freedom indeed 0

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