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How we get a Ellipse from a Conic, and how we get a Oval from Cylinder Sections knifes that are V and asymmetrical V shaped
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Oct 8, 2017 12:41 AM




Re: 11) Is Andrew Wiles, John Conway failures of trigonometry like Burse//sine wave is semicircle Not sinusoidal
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Oct 6, 2017 10:26 PM


On Friday, October 6, 2017 at 5:54:00 PM UTC7, Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > They come to math, but they come without Logic. > > They define sine as opposite/hypotenuse. > > They know of the unit circle with hypotenuse as 1. > > They then blunder, and blunder badly for they spuriously assign 180 degrees to be 3.14.... Why why assign 180 degrees as 3.14... when you already defined sine as opposite/hypotenuse with unit circle forcing 180 degrees to be 2, since 90 degrees is 1 of unit circle. > > Is it that all three of you are deplete of Logic, have no logic, never formally studied logic. Yet you inflict your nonlogical habits onto young students. > > If you had had just a gram of Logical intelligence could see that the unit circle forces sine to define 180 degrees as being a diameter of 2. Thus making the sine graph and cosine graph to be a SEMICIRCLE graph. > > So, Andrew, John, why not do things in math LOGICALLY, not some bozo whim of yours. > > Burse, Wiles, Conway more than 30 years now of this NO LOGIC nonsense fed to the world of math > > On Friday, October 6, 2017 at 3:48:26 AM UTC5, burs...@gmail.com wrote: > > The year 2525, AP brain farto, still doesn't > > understand that a*X^2+b*Y^21=0 is an ellipse. > > > > Posting nonsense, already for 30 years, not > > a single line of math. > > I would rather resign as a math teacher than teach another classroom that a sine is sinusoid. > > I respect the truth, more than a lie in front of young students. > > AP
I suppose you can assign whatever numbers you like to one complete rotation.
2*pi radians = 360 degrees = 400 grads
and there are even more variations of angle measurement, a few of which are documented here
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gradian https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milliradian
Now you want to call this 4 what? maybe "archiepoonians". Fine.
Now on to the real truth, the real logic you keep writing about.
Use your archipoonian angle measurement and determine the lengths of the sides of the triangle with hypotenuse length 1 and angles pi/2,pi/4,pi/4 = 90 degree,45 degree,45 degree = 100 grads,50 grads,50 grads = 1 archipoonian, 1/2 archipoonian, 1/2 archipoonian (which are all describe the exact same triangle) and using your semicircle trigonometry.
Two thousand years of logic and geometry say that those two unknown equal lengths will be 1/sqrt(2) ~= 0.707107 and when you construct that triangle with those lengths the angles are as expected.
The sinusoid trigonometry you keep claiming is all wrong produces exactly this result.
But use your semicircle trigonometry and that logic you keep claiming you have and I believe you will find that those two unknown equal lengths will be sqrt(3)/2 ~= 0.866025 and with those lengths you cannot construct the triangle with those angles.
You have been shown half a dozen times with very clear very simple examples that even you should have been able to check for correctness before you ever started screeching about your semicircle trigonometry that semicircle trigonometry is simply completely totally wrong, yet you just keep screeching it.
A logic brain would never make a mistake like that. A mentally retarded brain would make a mistake like that.
If a logic brain saw a mentally retarded brain make that mistake the logic brain would immediately figure out what the mistake was and explain this to the mentally retarded brain. If a mentally retarded brain was shown he had made this mistake he would deny it was a mistake and keep screeching that this was correct and logical and his amazing discovery.
I leave the logical conclusion from that up to you.



