February 19, 2010

Answer Epic WIN

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24 comments:

  1. nice use of common knowledge and mathmatics to explain that einstien

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  2. except its not plus or minus.... its absolute value. FAIL

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  3. no it is plus or minus.

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  4. Mikhail, go back and review basic algebra before you say fail.

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  5. So mikhail, you failed. :)

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  6. OMG Epic win =] This totally just made my day

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  7. the response is worth it lol

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  8. EPIC WINN! You showed him. And you literally showed him by doing the math. :P

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  9. You know you're never gonna get laid right?

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  10. The letter u is not one millionth. The greek letter "meu" is. The letter u is just a letter and if it has a value it may be 21 for the 21th letter of the alphabet.

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  11. Yeah, except the symbol for the greek letter mu (not meu) looks a lot like the letter u. especially when hand-written. example: μ & u

    given the win-ness of the answer, i'd say that it is a moot point.

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  12. ughhh please stop saying epic win and fail you douches

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  13. but this is such an epic answer to such an easy problem... it IS a win :D :D :D

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  14. and 7.07 looks like LO°L XD

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  15. i agree i hate when people say epic win and fail...your gonna hate yourself in ten years

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  16. WINNNNN. Oh, and 7.07 is approximate. If you want to be exact, it is 5 radical 2

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  17. i lol'd at dickail :P

    PEAMN?IS

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  18. "The letter u is not one millionth. The greek letter "meu" is. The letter u is just a letter and if it has a value it may be 21 for the 21th letter of the alphabet."

    He was referring to the prefix. In units, it would be referred to as "micro-" (i.e., micrograms, micrometers, etc.). It's 1 x 10^-6. And make no mistake about it, 1 x 10^-6 does in fact equal one millionth. Either calculate it or move the decimal the appropriate number of places.

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