1. Subscribersonhouse
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    27 Sep '13 12:22
    So you are going on flat land in an improbable vehicle and you are going across the desert flats at 100 Km/hour. The tire is going 10 RPM.
    How big is the tire?
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    27 Sep '13 12:33
    Tire circumference is 1/6 of a kilometer. Or did you want the diameter?
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    27 Sep '13 14:12
    Originally posted by KilgoreTrout15
    Tire circumference is 1/6 of a kilometer. Or did you want the diameter?
    Doesn't matter, close enough. Are you a kid? This wasn't exactly calculus level🙂
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    27 Sep '13 14:42
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Doesn't matter, close enough. Are you a kid? This wasn't exactly calculus level🙂
    mY WIFE THINKS i AM.
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    27 Sep '13 14:52
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Doesn't matter, close enough. Are you a kid? This wasn't exactly calculus level🙂
    There are kids on here?
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    27 Sep '13 16:52
    Originally posted by forkedknight
    There are kids on here?
    13 years old and you can join.
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    27 Sep '13 23:03
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    13 years old and you can join.
    I teach and have never met a 13 year old that could think this question through they are morons.
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    28 Sep '13 00:36
    Originally posted by KilgoreTrout15
    I teach and have never met a 13 year old that could think this question through they are morons.
    I'm 13 and I taught myself calculus.
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    28 Sep '13 01:11
    Originally posted by MISTER CHESS
    I'm 13 and I taught myself calculus.
    Ergo Sum, Morons can learn calculus!!

    Just kidding🙂
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    28 Sep '13 13:31
    Originally posted by MISTER CHESS
    I'm 13 and I taught myself calculus.
    LOL so you joined the site when you were 9?
    And haven't moved in 2 years but still haunt the forums?

    Alert teh mods !
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    28 Sep '13 18:56
    Originally posted by MISTER CHESS
    I'm 13 and I taught myself calculus.
    Was this while you were immersed in the homeless crack addict life?
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    28 Sep '13 19:391 edit
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Was this while you were immersed in the homeless crack addict life?
    No, it was while you were busy being a complete ignoramus... oh wait, you're always that way. 😴
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    28 Sep '13 19:40
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Ergo Sum, Morons can learn calculus!!

    Just kidding🙂
    At least someone has a sense of humour.
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    29 Sep '13 19:49
    Originally posted by MISTER CHESS
    I'm 13 and I taught myself calculus.
    Yeah right. Although if you want to learn calculus further then read the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica by Isaac Newton. It really helped me. Also, got to Khanacademy.com. It is where I learn extra maths in my spare time.
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    01 Oct '13 15:50
    Originally posted by Tygert
    Yeah right. Although if you want to learn calculus further then read the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica by Isaac Newton. It really helped me. Also, got to Khanacademy.com. It is where I learn extra maths in my spare time.
    I was surprised to learn the correct pronunciation, of principia, it is prin KIP eeah. I had been pronouncing it prin SIP eah. Great book, but I am going to wait till they make it into a movie....
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