hey make your guy go to the barracks before you go man.
Have you ever taken a standardized IQ test? The WISC is pretty cool, not a lot of complicated questions. It tests your abilities independently ( eg. Verbal comprehension, working memory .etc ). Do they have standardized IQ tests taken with a certified psychologists in your school board?
He thinks an explosion of 1 kiloton+ creates plasma that looks like Aurora Borealis ( aka Northern Lights ). If he calls me retarded, I would ask him to give proof. I can give proof I am not ( I still have my letter from the Psychological Services of my school board for my IQ test )
It is Issac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, they both did ( separately ). The latter contributed a lot more then the former.
You will use it in university probably. Here is one: Who invented calculus?
Umm......not quite, curved space remember :D The Pythagorean theorem is incorrect due to curved space. The one with angles was a hint. Okay I won't ask anymore curved space questions.
Lol, that is what I was taught either.
As for mine, I meant how is it used, what does it do
Lol, baseball and civil war.
No, it can never be applied that way, since space is never flat. That is old Euclidean geometry, outdated.
The challenge is how is it applied not what it is.
Anyways, I would like the answer to the baseball question.
Umm...WRONG! IT IS NOT 180 DEGREES
Well here is why. 180 degrees is using Newtonian physics where space is flat. However the fabric of spacetime is curved. The difference is very very slight ( undetectable unless it is a huge triangle ), however it is still there. Thanks to Einstein :D
Anyways, if you drew a triangle between the Sun, Pluto and Earth, the difference will be visible ( or better, try to draw a triangle on a ball ).
Here is another question: How do you apply the Pythagorean theorem?
As for your question: I have no idea ( well, we will work on a honor system, both promising not to check the internet, sound fair? )
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