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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Pi is good as long as you don't have to travel with Richard Parker.
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    I hope I can join...it's "22/7" day for me!
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    Living in Texas, I had a big piece of Pecan Pi at lunch!

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    Itís got the word math in it


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    Just because you don't understand it, doesn't mean it isn't actually a good way to do math...

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    Quote Originally Posted by r0ckrat View Post
    Just because you don't understand it, doesn't mean it isn't actually a good way to do math...
    This reminds me of Physics. When I took physics back in the dark ages we learned stuff about levers and screws and inclined plains, and a little about momentum and inertia and that was most of it.

    Now they have quarks and nano particles and quantum this and that making my physics and today's physics literally light years apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    This reminds me of Physics. When I took physics back in the dark ages we learned stuff about levers and screws and inclined plains, and a little about momentum and inertia and that was most of it.

    Now they have quarks and nano particles and quantum this and that making my physics and today's physics literally light years apart.
    The only reason I got a minor in chemistry was that when I was in school there were only 25 known elements and we spent most classes exploring alchemy.
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