@Captain Kirk Hinrich, orange(gerine)
@OG Buck, fruit(gerine)
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, satsuma(gerine)
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, Tangent: gerine
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, mandarin(gerine)
"Wow congratulations you are so smart internet person! I hope you stop your climbing to the peak of Mt Self Satisfied so you can share more personal insights about how you're better than everyone in your immediate environment." What I would've commented had I not been on this app😕
But can he see why kids love the taste of cinnamon toast crunch?
cos(gerine) = log3 * ger - sin(ine)
Cos(gerine) = 1/sin(ine/ger)
Log3 * (ger - sin(ine)) / (1/sin(ine/ger) = ger^sin(ine)
Yeah, I got it!
Once again... 🙄
I'm sure you were the only one who got the very basic joke
Actually sin over cos is not tan. However, sin^2 over cos^2 is tan^2.
@NotAFunnyName, No, you're wrong, sin(theta)/cos (theta) = tan(theta). This is like the first thing you learn in geometry/trigonometry.
@HELLUVA ENGINEER, you're right about the picture's validity. However, when proving trigonometric identities you never work with tan. You always convert a tan theta or tan^2 theta into sin or cos. In which case you would use the method i previously described.
@NotAFunnyName, neeeerrddd! Jk 😂
Actually the (gerine) would cancel just giving Tan
Your classmates are stupid
NERRRRRRRRRRRD!!! (Jk... not really, but whatever).
Sadly I get it
I got it and I'm an English major.
=tan(gerine) math puns for the win
Your... Your geek is showing. Right there... Just under your arm....