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Sep
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answered How would you measure a right triangle with sides of 1 and root 2?
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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accepted Sum of Infinite Surds
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accepted Summation Vs Integration
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29
awarded  Scholar
Jan
29
accepted Area of Infinite Shaded Regions
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29
comment Trigonometry Question
For finding inaccessible objects like mountains we use trigonometry. Doesn't it result in errenous answer? How is it rectified?
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asked Trigonometry Question
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26
awarded  Supporter
Jan
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comment Large Numbers Divisibility
@fran.aubry, Thank You Very Much for the help. A simple and beautiful way to verify.
Jan
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asked Large Numbers Divisibility
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4
comment Summation Vs Integration
@Jay Thank You Very Much, even I made a similar observation in my comment
Oct
1
comment Area of Infinite Shaded Regions
Let us consider the top left square. The triangle in it is 1/4 th of the top left square. How is that?
Oct
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asked Area of Infinite Shaded Regions
Sep
24
comment Integration - Accurate or Approximate
@Emmad Kareem, Thank You.
Sep
24
comment Integration - Accurate or Approximate
Integration by finding a function
Sep
24
comment Integration - Accurate or Approximate
I'm sorry, but i don't get you
Sep
24
comment Integration - Accurate or Approximate
I mean is it really possible to divide a figure into infinite regions? Because as we keep on dividing an irregular shape, always there is some more region waiting to be divided into infinite regions.
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asked Integration - Accurate or Approximate
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23
comment Sum and Product of Infinite Radicals
Yes. Because both the above expressions converge(to my knowledge). If we take the first expression though the magnitude of the terms increase with deeper nesting so does the power which keeps on decreasing i.e., 4th root, 8th root, etcetera