Another Kid Who Failed His Math Test [Pic]

Submitted by: tincel1372 6 years ago in Funny

He might fail math in school, but like that other kid from earlier this week, he"s got a bright future in porn.
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Female 426
@ ICantNameMe / Selfluminous / duffytoler

.......NEEEEEEEEEERRDSSSSSS!!!!!!!!
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Male 25,416
Cool!
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Male 34
It`s just the perimeter of a semicircle with radius 4. The angles are each 60 degrees = pi/3, so 3 of them is pi.
s = r{theta} = 4pi ~ 12.5663706 cm.
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Male 86
@duffytoler:
i know that your previous result is in term of unit circle and disregard what you think a unit circle is, the formula is still wrong.
First, what do you think is the area of the triangle ?
Second, add your result with 0.5*pi*(4)^2, corresponds to the area of 3 pieces of the circle.
Do you get the area of the triangle ?
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Male 2,344
That`s some fiiiiine math
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Male 5,194
>>Besides your formula doesn`t make any sense in this case.

Yes it does, it`s a ratio of the unit area. I can`t read those dimensions - what is that, 8cm? So pi * r^2 gives us 50.265cm^2, and 0.0931 of that would be 4.68cm^2.
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Male 239
@DamienLike: " "Diagram NOT accurately drawn."
Damn you photoshop! "

It is referring to the triangle.
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Male 705
"Diagram NOT accurately drawn."
Damn you photoshop!
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Male 86
>> No, 1 - (pi/12^-2)
lol no obviously the area depends on the radius of the circles. Besides your formula doesn`t make any sense in this case.

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Male 6,694
Nice butt.
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Male 5,194
>>@duffytoler lol Shaded area = (sqrt3/pi - 1/2)*r^2* (area of unit circle)

No, 1 - (pi/12^-2)
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Male 4
A 8cm butt... This is Pedobear`s test.
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Male 1,010
This illistrates what is normal for a teenager to think about, vs what society try to force teenagers to think about.
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Male 86
area or perimeter this looks like fifth grade math or sth
@duffytoler lol Shaded area = (sqrt3/pi - 1/2)*r^2* (area of unit circle)
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Male 1,834
i like this maths he he he
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Male 456
"The answer is 4pi"

Pie?! Lets eat!

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Male 172
The answer is 4pi cm.

Each circle has a radius of 4 cm. Each angle of an equilateral triangle is 60 degrees. Circles have 360 degrees.

60/360 = 1/6 * circumference

C = pi* diameter

1/6 * (pi * diameter) = 1/6 * (8picm) = (4pi)/3 cm.

One side of the triangle is (4pi)/3 cm. So all 3 sides, i.e., the perimeter, is (4pi)/3 cm * 3 =

4 pi cm.
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Male 1,197
good future in plastic surgery perhaps?
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Male 5,194
It does say "perimeter" but the more interesting question is the shaded area. If the equilateral triangle has vertices at the centers of the arcs, then the question becomes the easiest of the "circle packing" problems. It was shown by Gauss to be pi/12^-2, so the answer for the area would be 1 - 0.9069, or 0.0931 of the area of a unit circle.
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Female 1,623
Nicely done.
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Male 151
lol reignblazer
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Male 2,332
You simpletons are all wrong.

It`s a woman`s butt with a string.

Not exactly brain surgery is it?
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Male 294
@bob You`re right, his solution`s correct, but his explanation threw me, I wasn`t paying attn to the midpoints, and tbh, I didn`t read the question right.
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Male 294
That said, I didn`t read the problem. Heh, perimiter of the *shaded* area. I spent too much time looking at the butt. I thought someone finally made an interesting textbook.

I`d personally see it as 3*arclength, then it becomes easy to think about.

Each angle of the triangle is 60 degrees, or 1/6 the perimiter of the circle (60/360 = 1/6)

1/6 * PI*R1 + 1/6 * PI*R2 + 1/6 * PI*R3. Still since R1 = R2 = R3, it comes out to C(any)/2.

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Male 67
As funny as the pic is, the comments here are better.
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Male 17,512
Thank you Bob. :-)
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Male 17,512
janus_games: Then you have a perception problem, The 3 arcs (the perimeter) = half a circle and half the sides of the equilateral triangle = the radius. If you can`t see that, Then you`re staring at the thong too much.
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Male 4,290
[quote]2.6 cm²[/quote]

The units should not be centimetres squared - they`re looking for a perimiter, not an area.

[quote]Majored in applied mathematics.[/quote]
Well that`s disappointing and a poor reflection on your degree, because you should then realise that CJ`s solution is correct.
The three arcs that make up the perimiter of the shaded area are parts of the circumferences of circles with centres at the vertices of the equilateral triangle.
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Male 38,501
all this math-humor and you guys called Red-Shirt a nerd?
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Male 294
@CrakrJak - lol! Nope. Majored in applied mathematics. Nice try. You don`t wanna eat me Mr. Troll, my brothers are much larger and tastier than I am.
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Male 17,512
janus_games: I bet you failed hard in Geometry class, Didn`t you ?
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Male 294
@CrakrJak bad troll! back to your bridge!

There`s no circle.
It`s an equilateral triangle.
They give you one side.
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Male 2,441
I love math jokes
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Male 17,512
That`s not to hard a math question really. The circumference of a circle is pi times the diameter, The equilateral triangle forms 180 degrees or 1/2 a circle. The radius of the circle is half the diameter. So c = 3.1415927 * (2*r), Then divide c by half for the perimeter.
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Male 683
Oh yeah, I`d derive that so I could lie tangent to those curves!
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Male 44
So that wasn`t the answer?
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Female 1,435
i see what he done thur
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Male 307
Once again: pro mathing skills.
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Female 293
O.o math looks fun now...
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Male 205
2.6 cm²
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Male 257
nice nice, kinda looks like the tri force in the center
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Female 423
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