What a good question. 3.143.141592653589793238462643385276...4 Which is it? Well, it's not 3.14 because pi is not rational, and that is the same process for 4, right? Well, if you thought so, Congratulations! You are WRONG! It's actually 4. Take a square with perimeter 4 (side length 1) and a circle exactly in the square with … Continue reading Pi is?
Pythagoras’s theorem^2+n^2 = proof^2
Did anything stand out? maybe the m^2+n^2 = f^2 bit? That is Pythagoras's theorem. That? This is what it's like: Pythagoras's theorem, in triangles and squares Link: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d2/Pythagorean.svg/260px-Pythagorean.svg.png Pythagoras's theorem states that, if the triangle is a right-angled triangle, a^2 + b^2 = c^2. Sure, this is one proof: prove it! Link: https://i.stack.imgur.com/POhH1.png But for … Continue reading Pythagoras’s theorem^2+n^2 = proof^2