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awarded  Curious
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revised Does 17% have to be equal to 0.17?
"17% miles" is grammaticly incorrent, though "17% of a mile" is correct.
Apr
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suggested suggested edit on Does 17% have to be equal to 0.17?
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revised What is the simplest proof of the pythagorean theorem you know?
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revised What is the simplest proof of the pythagorean theorem you know?
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revised Riddle: 1 question to know if the number is 1, 2 or 3
Attempt to make it easier to see the answer quickly without changing the format of the question.
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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revised Mathematical difference between white and black notes in a piano
Helmholtz mispelled, see comment, and cover of the book linked to in the answer.
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revised Why are “irrational numbers” not named “nonrational numbers”?
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accepted Why are “irrational numbers” not named “nonrational numbers”?
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asked Why are “irrational numbers” not named “nonrational numbers”?
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accepted Estimate the surface area of a 2D shape where the only known value is the length of the enclosing boundary
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28
comment Estimate the surface area of a 2D shape where the only known value is the length of the enclosing boundary
+1 @lhf: Thanks, the visuals on the wikipage for "isoperimetric inequality", combined with André Nicolas comment "The maximum area is obtained using a circle. There is no minimum", confirms it is not possible; to me. Big thanks for the amazingly fast answer! Cheers!
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comment Estimate the surface area of a 2D shape where the only known value is the length of the enclosing boundary
+1 @André Nicolas: As you wish, your comment was a huge help, and was noted below the answer. Cheers!
Apr
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comment Estimate the surface area of a 2D shape where the only known value is the length of the enclosing boundary
+1 @André Nicolas: Makes sense, feel free to post your comment as is, as an answer. Thanks!
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asked Estimate the surface area of a 2D shape where the only known value is the length of the enclosing boundary