Real Rapid Learning: Pythagorean Theorem

Submitted by: kamietsu 6 years ago in Science

Vihart demonstrates the Pythagorean Theorem with oragami. Math geeks will love this one.
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Male 411
nurd
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Male 122
I appreciate that it runs PI minutes.
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Male 80
and not a single drat is given.
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Male 191
Marry me?
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Male 511
Does the Pythagorean Theory need proofs at this point? It`s one of the most basic theories of geometry.
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Male 378
doyo?
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Male 296
yep I am now bored even more than before.
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Male 450
*clicks video*
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Zzzzz Zzzzzz....
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Male 371
It`s better explain in Calculus
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Male 521
Crap, I think I did it wrong.
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Male 505
I`d just use a ruler to measure the sides. Proved.
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Male 468
I would say I am impressed...but I didn`t learn a damn thing.
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Male 798
Not really the best way to illustrate that.
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Male 599
I was waiting to see some real oragami. All that folding and she couldn`t come up with this?


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Male 32
I was hoping that after she was done with the pythagorean theorem example, the paper would easily fold into some origami shape like a crane or something.
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Male 336
thanks for all the ghoti
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Male 25,417
that was kinda a yawn fest
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Female 407
I hear what she is saying...but then I start hearing her lisp more and more and end up listening to how she is saying it rather than what she is saying. :/
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Male 2,121
I thought this was cool so I tried to show it to my little brother. We got as far as the area of a square before he got stuck. Then he got stressed out, punched me a couple times and then stormed off. He`s 16, doing A level maths next year...
Retard.
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Male 3,745
i like her videos but they always confuse me D:

if i keep watching them i may need to go back to high school to figure out wtf is going on...
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Male 6,227
Vi, I usually love your stuff, dear. But in this video, you talk too much. :(
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Male 1,216
My teacher explained it to me in similar way, although it was much easier to understand.
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Male 10
Zomg snake lady
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Male 1,252
damn type o`s lol
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Male 1,252
Seems to be a bot over explained :\ Easier to say the interior of a triangle is always 180 degrees, therefor as a ratio all triangles are relative and exponential to each other in volume, area and perimeter. Given a constant in all circumstances gives any determined variable value. Ya know what she said it better :P
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Male 427
Link: Real Rapid Learning: Pythagorean Theorem [Rate Link] - Vihart demonstrates the Pythagorean Theorem with oragami. Math geeks will love this one.
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