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 Sep 4 awarded Yearling Sep 4 awarded Good Answer Sep 3 awarded Mortarboard Sep 3 awarded Yearling Sep 3 awarded Nice Answer Sep 3 answered Opposite of Fermat's Last Theorem? Mar 15 comment Does the square or the circle have the greater perimeter? A surprisingly hard problem for high schoolers @Mitch - The statement $3 + 5 = 4 + 4$ definitely isn't sufficient on its own, else I could make up something like $3.2 + 5 = 4.1 + 4.1$. We need to combine this constraint with the right triangle constraint. After getting those two constraints, I think OP is suggesting you might guess that 3/4/5 meets the constraints. (I personally wouldn't have jumped to this, though perhaps it's easier to guess if you just learned about Pythagorean triples.) Jan 16 awarded Notable Question Mar 29 awarded Nice Answer Mar 28 awarded Yearling Mar 28 answered Can a piece of A4 paper be folded so that it's thick enough to reach the moon? Jan 22 awarded Popular Question Sep 12 awarded Critic Sep 12 comment which is bigger $I_{1}=\int_{0}^{\frac{\pi}{2}}\cos{(\sin{x})}dx,I_{2}=\int_{0}^{\frac{\pi}{2}}\sin{(\sin{x})}dx$ I don't think this adds much above a direct calculator computation, unless there's something about J_0 and H_0 that leads to a cleaner non-calculator solution. Mar 12 revised Congruent Modulo $n$: definition Markdown italics Mar 12 suggested approved edit on Congruent Modulo $n$: definition Mar 4 awarded Scholar Mar 4 accepted What is dimensional consistency, mathematically? Mar 3 revised What is dimensional consistency, mathematically? added 50 characters in body Mar 3 comment What is dimensional consistency, mathematically? Thanks for the great link! I haven't finished, but that seems to be what I'm looking for.