Ask MathaFilter: If I square 100 mm I get 10,000 mm. But, convert to .1 m, and square, we have .01, a smaller amount! Why can using a conversion like this give a nonsensical answer? If I want a length times itself why does it matter the metric?
Hey all, just a real quick discrete math induction question inside for anyone willing to help, thanks. [more inside]
Hi everymathperson! I guess I'll just jump right in: What is the radius of a circle with a subtended theta angle of 60 degrees and an arc length of 10? [more inside]
A rectangle has an area of 5.7. its length is 2.3 feet longer than its width, what are the dimensions? Thanks everyone!