i think my favorite picture from tumblr is the one where a person is riding their bike and falls off of it and hurts themself and blames communism for it

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i think my favorite picture from tumblr is the one where a person is riding their bike and falls off of it and hurts themself and blames communism for it

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you’re all wrong, this is arithmetic, not mathDon’t be surprised when they bring a gun to school

that’s not even complicated you literally add 26 and 19 then simplify 2025 over 45 to be 45/1 then multiply 24 and 45 making it 1080 then add 1080 and 47 and unlock the iPad with the passcode 1-1-2-7 god bless

looks like we found ourselves a nerd

looks like we found someone capable of basic math

how is that basic math

this is basic math

i refuse to believe this is basic maths

guys all you need to do is put it in a calculator, this is VERY basic maths.

This is sadly basic math.

this is such elementary school math I’m ashamed of you all this should take less than 2 minutes

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you could read this from right to left or left to right and it doesnt matter. it doesnt matter

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Golden Ratio φ = (1+sqrt(5))/2 = 1.6180339887498948482…In mathematics, two quantities are in the

golden ratioif their ratio is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities. Expressed algebraically, for quantitiesaandbwitha>b> 0. Two quantitiesaandbare said to be in thegolden ratioφif

(a+b)/a = a/b =φOne method for finding the value of φ is to start with the left fraction. Through simplifying the fraction and substituting in b/a = 1/φ:

(a+b)/a =1+ b/a = 1+1/φTherefore:

1+1/φ =φ

Multiplying byφgives:φ^2 -φ - 1 = 0

Using thequadratic formula, two solutions are obtained::

φ= (1- sqrt(5))/2 orφ= (1+sqrt(5))/2Because

φis the ratio between positive quantitiesφis necessarily positive:

φ= (1+sqrt(5))/2 = 1.6180339887498948482…See more at Golden Ratio.

Image: Phi (golden number) by Steve Lewis.

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