This One Doesn't Fly
Letter Equations are well known phrases or facts where the key words have been replaced with the first letter of that word. These are often in the form of an equation, which contain a number, an = sign and the rest of the obscured phrase or fact.
3 = N-C-L P to D a G P
(N-C-L represents a three-part hyphenated word)
3 = Non-Co-Linear Points to Define a Geometric Plane
Aug 30, 2006
| That was hard. |
Aug 31, 2006
|I see the answer and I still don't get it! |
Sep 01, 2006
|we were just talking about this in my geometry class today!! but i still didnt get it. but technichally any two of the points have to be collinear! |
Sep 10, 2006
| Well, that one flew right over my head. Too technical for this old grayma.|
Dec 05, 2006
|colinear isn't hyphenated, I may have gotten it if that had been the right way.|
Jun 05, 2007
|Tricky, a letter-equation with a mathematica basis.|
Dec 04, 2008
|First of all, volleyballlover, thats what she said.|
Second of all, why the hell is someone spending time coming up with letter equations about non co linear points anyway? i mean really? dont you have a life? like is it that hard to find the door of your parents basement to go outside and run or something? seriously!
have you guys ever noticed how red fire trucks are? like seriously theyre bright red lights and vibrant paint jobs seriously turn me on like a siren. kind of like math letter equations. oh wait! those are incredibly gay.
yes. i said it. GAY. maybe if you guys had called no homo i would have been able to spare you this verbal thrashing, but instead i am forcd to annihilate your hopes and dreams which likely include being a level 70 in world of warcraft. you people make me sick.
in other news, terrorists attacked mumbai a week ago. stay tuned for news at 11 for more updates as events warrant. im ron burgundy, you stay classy math equation connoiseurs.
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