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- Basic Concepts of Numerology
- The concept of numerology demonstrates that everything in the universe vibrates as its own frequency. You find the vibration rate of any object and you can link the qualities and positive energies linked to it.
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- GPS, construction and video games – everyday uses for Pythagoras's theorem
- Lily Allen gave a voice to bored schoolchildren everywhere this week when she posted on Twitter to moan about Pythagoras's theorem. “I left school 15 years ago and I've not used Pythagoras's theorem once or even seen a Bunsen burner,” she complained.
- Names of historic Western intellectuals like Copernicus and Pythagoras not
- Ritabrata Banerjee (CPI-M) asked if the government has excluded Pythagorean Theorem from mathematics text books, to which Irani said: "I recognise that the learned friend has political compulsions to reiterate a falsification.
- The Real Math Myth: That we don't need it
- Even if the proof is not for the Pythagorean Theorem, a person who comprehends proofs can analyze the truth of any statement and similarly find the fallacies in any set of information.
- Giant Killers: New metric likes Michigan State's chances for deep run
- Using the Pythagorean theorem we all learned in high school, we can figure out pretty quickly that the distance from A to B along a straight line is 5 inches. In the same way, we can combine distances on any two metrics and see how “close” two teams are.
- Einstein's First Proof
- You may once have memorized the Pythagorean theorem as a series of symbols: a2 + b2 = c2. It concerns right triangles, meaning triangles that have a right (ninety-degree) angle at one of their corners.
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