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28 days ago

the number is to big for me to read.

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#1 posted 28 days ago

8

-- Randy-- I may not be good...but I am slow! If good things come to those who wait.... Why is procratination a bad thing?

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#2 posted 28 days ago

randy, i only made it to 10th grade lol

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#3 posted 28 days ago

360 to a circle

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#4 posted 28 days ago

a clock is a clue

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#5 posted 28 days ago

a square could be round but that defies nothing ?

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#6 posted 28 days ago

cylinder square?

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#7 posted 28 days ago

look very close to your analogue clocki

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#8 posted 28 days ago


how many angels in a square?

lets see who gets it write

- vonhagen

Lets see, if I take the number of angels that can dance on the point of a needle. Multiply by the number of points in a square, which is 4 times the number of points on a line. I come up with “A Lot”.

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#9 posted 28 days ago

i spelled right wrong lol

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#10 posted 28 days ago

please knock nkock

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#11 posted 28 days ago

Angels or angles???

-- Art, Pittsburgh.

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#12 posted 28 days ago

129,600? (that’s as much thinking as I was willing to do)

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#13 posted 28 days ago

One angle of 90* but there’s four if ‘em.

-- People say I hammer like lightning. It's not that I'm fast -- it's that I never hit the same place twice!

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#14 posted 28 days ago

ONE if “in” means “inside.” You didn’t say “different angles” just “angles.” So, the same angle repeats itself inside the figure four times. Therefor. you just have just one single angle (of 90 degrees), but that same exact angle is repeated 4 times to make a square.

However, if you are defining “angles” as discrete whole numbers of degrees starting from corner A to adjoining corner B and ending in A’s other adjoining corner in the square C: then you would have 90 degrees in that particular corner A.

If on the other hand you are considering the total whole integer degrees in each of all four inside corners you would have 360 degrees.

If you consider any and all degrees and parts of degrees you have an infinite number of degrees.

As with most problems, the answer depends entirely on how you choose to define the terms in the question.

This answer is beginning to sound entirely too much like talking to the Cheshire Cat in Alice In Wonderland.

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#15 posted 28 days ago

Angels? Me like angels. Many, many angels can fit within a square. Angles, on the other hand, are not as much fun.

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