Come on, Anson-humor us! Here's your chance to:
a) Be a man of your word (quote "...And I will answer them.")
b) Show us how intelligent you really are (and I know you are...)
c)Be in the spotlight (cuz this IS the spot!)
Don't be shy! We wouldn't ask, if we didn't want to know your answers!
The pythagorean theorem, is an identity stating that the two sides of the triangle, each squared, and addedwill equal to the hypotenuse, squared.
How is it used outside of classroom? None.
Keith said:
What is the Pythagorean theorem? And how is it used outside of the classroom?
The blue color of the sky is because of Rayleigh scattering.
Deb said:
Why is the sky blue?
I'm sorry WeeboTech, but I don't play the lottery, or at least, illegal for me to do so. Next!
WeeboTech said:
What are the winning numbers of the power ball lottery for NYC?
Some people say into a chocolate planet, but I believe it goes to a white hole where it will spit lava lamps out. Not lava lite ones...
Jus said:
When matter is swallowed up by a black hole, where does it go after that?
No.
Steven said:
Have you ever read the profile of a tube of toothpaste as it sits directly in front of you?
Pythagorean theorem has all kinds of uses in and out of the classroom:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem
You need to watch more cartoons, at least more of the good ones:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRD4gb0p5RM
Anson Cheung said:
The pythagorean theorem, is an identity stating that the two sides of the triangle, each squared, and addedwill equal to the hypotenuse, squared.
How is it used outside of classroom? None.
Keith said:What is the Pythagorean theorem? And how is it used outside of the classroom?
Here's a good one... it has Lava. <3
Vision said:
Pythagorean theorem has all kinds of uses in and out of the classroom:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem
You need to watch more cartoons, at least more of the good ones:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRD4gb0p5RMAnson Cheung said:
The pythagorean theorem, is an identity stating that the two sides of the triangle, each squared, and addedwill equal to the hypotenuse, squared.
How is it used outside of classroom? None.
Keith said:What is the Pythagorean theorem? And how is it used outside of the classroom?
Anson, I am impressed but not surprised by your answers-I knew you had it in you.
However-
Jus doth protest your whimsy in the reply left at my inquiry!
If you peruse back you'll see- I am the one who said " we wouldn't ask, if we didn't want to know".
In fact, I asked what I asked due to a vague sense that perhaps YOU would become the bridge to span the gap between my ability to understand, and Steven Hawking's ability to induce in me a splitting headache merely by my sincere efforts to comprehend ANY of the theories or laws he addresses. So-keeping this admission in mind...
...pretty please, with sugar on top, will you answer my freeeekin' question in the manner in which I'd envisioned? Because isn't there some law about matter, and it being around in some form forever (ie:you can't get rid of it completely)?
I'm pretty clear the universe can be seen all around black holes-in front, behind, above, below. I get the part that black holes are sucking anything near their vicinity into a centralized, spinning vortex of doom which is so super-bad it cannot be caught on camera, or even seen at all. I think... Meaning they can't see it, but still they know for sure it is there...because without a doubt (I'm pretttty sure) they've witnessed the disappearance of matter into the unseen abyss. But what goes in, must come out-or be found somewhere-or does it?
I know you won't leave me disappointed; I await your intrepid insight into the bewildering black hole entity...
OOPS...somehow the black hole of Deb's response has sucked my post into the Pytha-goric whirlpool and I am powerless to retrieve it to set it free in its own cybergalactic space...sorry for that.
An amazing unforseen force of nature has released my post from the surly bond of the Pytha-goric panopticon...and for that I will be forever grateful. And somewhat bewildered...
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