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Prove thisProve that if the sides of a triangle are prime numbers its surface can not be whole number. #2 20050507 21:57:09
Re: Prove thisThank you Milos, something for us to think about ... "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #3 20050508 01:34:18
Re: Prove thisYes, the idea is good, you are on the right way. Now we need proofs. #4 20050508 18:40:24
Re: Prove thisWhat if all the sides are 2cm (presuming it's an equilateral) then we do 2x2 divided by two and the answer is two? Two is a whole number. School is practice for the future. Practice makes perfect. But  nobody's perfect, so why practice? #5 20050509 04:03:13
Re: Prove thisIf the triangle is equilateral then his angles are #6 20050511 07:59:17
Re: Prove thisye but we're stupid I come back stronger than a poweredup PacMan I bought a large popcorn @ the cinema the other day, it was pretty big...some might even say it was "large Fatboy Slim is a Legend #7 20050531 21:09:02
Re: Prove thiswhy has noone replied I come back stronger than a poweredup PacMan I bought a large popcorn @ the cinema the other day, it was pretty big...some might even say it was "large Fatboy Slim is a Legend #8 20050625 02:21:40
Re: Prove thisSubstitute in s = (a+b+c)/2: Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. #9 20050626 02:57:52
Re: Prove thisYou're almost there, mathsyperson! 2 + 2 = 5, for large values of 2. 