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Re: quantum spin 1/2 explained as circumnavigation of a triangle instead of the enclosed square; why we need 120 system not 360
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Jul 22, 2013 2:25 PM


Den måndagen den 22:e juli 2013 kl. 20:07:02 UTC+2 skrev Archimedes Plutonium: > On Monday, July 22, 2013 5:58:33 AM UTC5, jonas.t...@gmail.com wrote: > > (snipped) > > > > > > > > > I think you have to learn your AI recognize the difference between the sum of internal and external angles of a polygon. > > > > > > > > > > > > The external angles always add up to 360 degrees or 1 revolution for any polygon. > > > > > > > > > > > > The internal angles use the formula in revolutions > > > > > > n/21 > > > > > > or in degrees > > > > > > 360(n/21) > > > > > > > > > > > > and each inner angle in revolutions > > > > > > (n/21)/n > > > > > > or in degrees > > > > > > 360(n/21)/n > > > > Get out of math. You are not cut out for it. You are a philosopher, where opinion waxs the day. In science, evidence waxs the days. > > > > You asked me why I wrote 135 degrees rather than 0.375 revolutions. > > > > I told you why, because your birdbrain fruitcake suggestion cannot distinguish between 0.375 internal revolution or between 0.375 external revolution. > > > > If math education were left up to you, a teenager would have to say "teacher, it is 0.375 internal revolution" whereas the teenager of today simply says "135 degrees. > Stop the fucking nonsense you suggested and still suggest something that is utterly wrong. You think just because you measure in revolutions the sum of outer and inner angles of a polygon become the same?
Now you just playing stupid or are this going somewhere? Each outer angle in revolutions would be 360/8=45 degrees that is 1/8 revolutions or are you really that stupid you ask me about the formula for each outer angle, when you know that all polygons outer angles add up to 360?
1/n where n is the vertices? I can not see how this can go by you once you realise that the sum of outer angles is always one revolution. > > So get on over there to alt.philosophy for your lack of math abilities and science understanding is a waste of time here in sci.math. > > > > AP

