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If Miles Mathis pi is equal to 4,wouldn't that mean that the rule of Pythagorean triangle would

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 06:58:44    Popularity:     

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No. the math of a triangle does not involve Pi so would hold up no matter what you used for Pi. What would fall apart is calculating anything to do with a cir

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No. the math of a triangle does not involve Pi so would hold up no matter what you used for Pi. What would fall apart is calculating anything to do with a circle or sphere.

The Pythagorean Formula holds for a two dimensional triangle within Euclidean geometry. Euclidean is not the only geometry. If you are working in non-Euclidean geometry, it may not hold. However, pi will never equal 4.

>>If Miles Mathis pi is equal to 4,
then... he's wrong. Pi has been calculated to *many* digits, and it begins "3.141592..."

>>wouldn't that mean that the rule of Pythagorean triangle
>>would not hold in an orbit like the earth?
A Pythagorean Triangle is a right triangle; his theorem states that the sum of the squares of the two sides adjacent to the right angle equal the square of the hypotenuse. I have no idea what that has to do with "an orbit like the Earth."

π is not equal to 4. If this person thinks it is 4, he is deluded.

And what do you mean about a triangle in orbit?

please try to ask intelligent questions.



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