stoked to live where i do! every one needs a domesticated yard pig. in this case we have an olson compliments of IHH.

below is the derivation of the formula for the area of a circle. my buddy asked me to draw some math shit on my chalk board. so i did. this goes from the definition of a point to, to observing pi...using a bit of iterations... Q.E.D.
Can you then explain why the infinite circumference of a circle is a straight line? and why the diagram you made would not work for that problem. Oh, by the way the reason i ask is i am workin' on some tech shit here, is this cool to bring to the pig roast? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQw_C5KLhFM

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ReplyDeleteThat is one of the coolest proof's for the area of a circle i have ever seen. Think it would make a great little stop motion animation with voice over... now if you could use that to link back to wave motion that would be super surfy.

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ReplyDeletethat rocket launch was great! bet those fellas felt like champs!

as for the circumference... i'm a sucker for these questions...i MUST... TAKE ....the ...bait.....

what do you mean by "infinite circumference"?

thanks sparrow! wave motion...hmmm...

oh my pleasure mr black. If I was me, I would probably go back to the first drawing where you start to stitch the circle wedges together and move into another tangent as you can already start to see a sine curve forming. But I am a dumb physicist in the middle of a thesis write up and formal math proofs have never been a strong point.

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ReplyDeleteI'm it going to think about that right now!!!!!

(secretly thinking about it)

he he ha ha... my plan is now compleate.... bwah ha ha ha ;)

ReplyDeleteWhat so ever, the proof for the formula for finding the area of a circle is

ReplyDeleteAwesomein above drawing, it look so natural.