I don't see why people think "Pi" is the answer to everything or even are so excited about this infinite patternless number. You don't here anybody caring about the square root of 2 or 1 or whatever it was that was an interesting number. Apparently mathematics has numerous scenarios with infinite patternless possibilities so why is Pi so important?

I don't see why people think "Pi" is the answer to everything or even are so excited about this infinite patternless number. You don't here anybody caring about the square root of 2 or 1 or whatever it was that was an interesting number. Apparently mathematics has numerous scenarios with infinite patternless possibilities so why is Pi so important?

I don't see why people think "Pi" is the answer to everything or even are so excited about this infinite patternless number. You don't here anybody caring about the square root of 2 or 1 or whatever it was that was an interesting number. Apparently mathematics has numerous scenarios with infinite patternless possibilities so why is Pi so important?

The same reason trigonometry is important for your job.

The same reason trigonometry is important for your job.

Ohhh FML I was hoping that wouldn't come up. I'm failing that class anyways and prolly fucked on financial aid next quarter. It's FUCKING amazing how complicated they turn an innocent circle into, if only a circle had a face it would look something like this....

I don't see why people think "Pi" is the answer to everything or even are so excited about this infinite patternless number. You don't here anybody caring about the square root of 2 or 1 or whatever it was that was an interesting number. Apparently mathematics has numerous scenarios with infinite patternless possibilities so why is Pi so important?

lol, shit you NEED to know that shit in Calculus? Yeah I'm definitely switching my major and saying fuck a BA in Science if that's the case and I fully fail Trig.

lol, shit you NEED to know that shit in Calculus? Yeah I'm definitely switching my major and saying fuck a BA in Science if that's the case and I fully fail Trig.

I never had to deal with that stuff in Calculus. It's quite easy if you remember rules. Also, BA in Science? Get a BSc or BS, as that's what it really is

Well, you don't necessarily have to memorize the unit circle, but you'll need to know how trigonometric functions work, and the unit circle is fundamental to that. Basically, if you can figure out that those 2 jibberish coordinates at the end of each angle are the cosine and sine values of a radian angle, you should be able to understand the rest.

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ISa self hating nigger.That's my contribution.

42.00309377849553559206

At work, we round our data to 2 decimal places, so to me, it is equal to 42.

Nice one OP.

Yeah, sure, rounding down to 42 is all fun and games until someone loses a PI.

Only if you want people to stare at you like you have a third pi.

42.00309377849553559206

42.0030937784955355921

42.003093778495535592

42.00309377849553559

42.0030937784955356

42.003093778495536

42.00309377849554

42.0030937784955

42.003093778496

42.0030937785

42.0030937769

42.003093777

42.00309378

42.0030938

42.003094

42.00309

42.0031

42.003

42.

Shit. Wheres my PI?

Oh, here it is 3.141592653589793238

I see 5 pies in that pic, 2 of them have pants covering them.

I see 7, there's at least 2 in the painting behind them.

Bat Country is a Zok forum :facepalm:

Circles mang :o

The same reason trigonometry is important for your job.

Ohhh FML I was hoping that wouldn't come up. I'm failing that class anyways and prolly fucked on financial aid next quarter. It's FUCKING amazing how complicated they turn an innocent circle into, if only a circle had a face it would look something like this....

gtfo then

Fucking unit-circles.

(Failed calculus)

lol, shit you NEED to know that shit in Calculus? Yeah I'm definitely switching my major and saying fuck a BA in Science if that's the case and I fully fail Trig.

Seriously.

I never had to deal with that stuff in Calculus. It's quite easy if you remember rules. Also, BA in Science? Get a BSc or BS, as that's what it really is

Well, you don't necessarily have to memorize the unit circle, but you'll need to know how trigonometric functions work, and the unit circle is fundamental to that. Basically, if you can figure out that those 2 jibberish coordinates at the end of each angle are the cosine and sine values of a radian angle, you should be able to understand the rest.