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Thus, if your sphere is measured and calculated in miles. then what is created is 1 mile thick cylindrical slabs placed 1 untop the other in increments of 1 mile to the centre
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by 0mage
Thus, if your sphere is measured and calculated in miles. then what is created is 1 mile thick cylindrical slabs placed 1 untop the other in increments of 1 mile to the centre
Why? I see nothing to suggest that. Nothing in the formula equates to a stepped sphyramid.
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
Take the largest of the measures
And I’ll let you in on mathematical treasures
the equation creates the area of the first circle using a radius of 1 mile
the equation then creates a second circle with a radius of 2 miles and places it untop the first.
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by 0mage
the equation creates the area of the first circle using a radius of 1 mile
No, it does not.
the equation then creates a second circle with a radius of 2 miles and places it untop the first.
No, it does not. You do this, not the equation. Why do you have these one mile increments? Does a radius have a diameter? Not that I'm aware of. A radius has length only. There is no reason for what you are doing.
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by 0mage
the equation creates the area of the first circle using a radius of 1 mile
No, it does not.
the equation then creates a second circle with a radius of 2 miles and places it untop the first.
No, it does not. You do this, not the equation. Why do you have these one mile increments? Does a radius have a diameter? Not that I'm aware of. A radius has length only. There is no reason for what you are doing.
Originally posted by 0mage
there are 3 radii in a sphere. radius1 x axis, radius 2 y axis, radius 3 z axis. where the z axis is the height of half a sphere.
Originally posted by 0mage
For I have discovered a truth that will create motors that expunge no harmful exhaust. And energy which feeds itself continuously whilst producing work. But if you cannot understand this simple thing i can go no further.
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by 0mage
the equation creates the area of the first circle using a radius of 1 mile
No, it does not.
the equation then creates a second circle with a radius of 2 miles and places it untop the first.
No, it does not. You do this, not the equation. Why do you have these one mile increments? Does a radius have a diameter? Not that I'm aware of. A radius has length only. There is no reason for what you are doing.
He doesn't know what he's doing. He just went to a website, now he's a PhD ya know
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
Originally posted by 0mage
For I have discovered a truth that will create motors that expunge no harmful exhaust. And energy which feeds itself continuously whilst producing work. But if you cannot understand this simple thing i can go no further.
uh huh... then why aren't you out building all that instead of posting to a message board in bad rhymes?
Perhaps I shall take these mysteries with me into the netherrealm
The notation ∫ f( x ) dx conceives the integral as a weighted sum, denoted by the elongated s, of function values, f(x), multiplied by infinitesimal step widths, the so-called differentials, denoted by dx.
Originally posted by 0mage
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
Originally posted by DenyObfuscation
reply to post by 0mage
the equation creates the area of the first circle using a radius of 1 mile
No, it does not.
the equation then creates a second circle with a radius of 2 miles and places it untop the first.
No, it does not. You do this, not the equation. Why do you have these one mile increments? Does a radius have a diameter? Not that I'm aware of. A radius has length only. There is no reason for what you are doing.
He doesn't know what he's doing. He just went to a website, now he's a PhD ya know
If that is your deduction I will leave this topic here. Perhaps I shall take these mysteries with me into the netherrealm and leave man to squabble over pennies with war, pestilence and death. It would seems that such is the enjoyment of man. no?
Originally posted by socialist
an arrow fired from a bow must first
have reached the middle of its hasty flight
but lo! before it travels to that point
must not it travel halfway there as well?
and so this goes, towards infinitude
how could an arrow even move at all?