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David Shabazi answered

There are soooooooo many uses of rectangles (as well as any other geometrical shape, really).

I have a notebook right beside me, and in almost every single notebook around the world, the pages and front cover are in rectangular shape. Why couldn't it have been given a square shape? Or circular shape? Well, rectangular shaped paper … Read more

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David Shabazi answered

So there's 78 small cubes, all of identical sizes and dimensions (2cm x 2cm x 2cm), and they form some cube-like structure. So this means that every single one of these small cubes have a height of 2cm.

We're given that this cube-like structure has a height of 64cm, made up of these tiny cubes. So … Read more

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David Shabazi answered Abhinav Trivedi's question

We have some angle, x°, and its supplement, 180°-x°.

When we divide these two by 7 and 13 respectively (so x°/7 and (180°-x°)/13), they'll both essentially equal to each other...

...So let's just do exactly that:

x/7 = (180-x)/13

13x/7 = 180-x (Multiplied both sides by 13)

13x = 1260-7x (Multiplied both sides by 7)

20x = 1260 (Added both sides … Read more

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David Shabazi answered apollo manlawe's question

Values for A, B, and C have to be within the 1-9 range, only single digits.

In AA+BB+CC=BAC, I know that whichever three numbers I pick for A, B, and C, they must be at least 100, since BAC represents three digits. So I can't assign 1, 2, and 3 for B, A, and C respectively, … Read more

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David Shabazi answered

Sin(15°+x) + Sin(45°-x) = 1

To start solving this problem, you must use the sum-to-product formula* for the addition of two sine terms, where sin(a) + sin(b) = 2sin[(a+b)/2]cos[(a-b)/2]. In this case, the value for "a" is 15°+x and the value for "b" is 45°-x. So let's plug these values in, shall we?

2sin[(15°+x)+(45°-x) /2]cos[(15°+x)-(45°-x) /2] = … Read more

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David Shabazi answered

Irrational numbers have a long chain of numbers occurring after the decimal point, like pi for instance.

Pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795...(continued)

3 isn't an irrational number itself, because there isn't a never-ending chain of numbers that goes along with it. It's quite literally just 3.0, and is also notably a prime number. So its factors are 1 and … Read more

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David Shabazi blurted

The songs I’ve made are nothing special, actually. There aren’t any lyrics, and they’re just a bunch of GarageBand loops I’ve formed together to form a rhythmic beat, thereby creating an actual instrumental song. And I know that you can use Apple’s GarageBand loops since it doesn’t have copyright (something along those lines, it’s just … Read more

David Shabazi
David Shabazi answered

The songs I’ve made are nothing special, actually. There aren’t any lyrics, and they’re just a bunch of GarageBand loops I’ve formed together to form a rhythmic beat, thereby creating an actual instrumental song. And I know that you can use Apple’s GarageBand loops since it doesn’t have copyright (something along those lines, it’s just … Read more

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David Shabazi blurted

First of all teenagers tend to be 10x more dramatic than other age groups, because of their "phase" they go through where they want to be rebellious and whatnot.

Second, there could be a strong influence coming from their parents. Maybe they're just as bad as those kids, because they're the ones that taught them. It's … Read more

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David Shabazi answered Anonymous' question

First of all teenagers tend to be 10x more dramatic than other age groups, because of their "phase" they go through where they want to be rebellious and whatnot.

Second, there could be a strong influence coming from their parents. Maybe they're just as bad as those kids, because they're the ones that taught them. It's … Read more

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David Shabazi blurted

In PAYDAY 2, completing my first "deathwish" mission was probably a huge accomplishment for me. As the name suggests, the difficulty was ramped up to an insane amount. Beating it meant you had to be conservative with how you play and be focused 100% of the time. Only very well-coordinated players can have the capability … Read more

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David Shabazi blurted

Maybe general sex questions that don't go too in-depth of anything sex-related are fine. Basically, the questions that don't give the answerer any discomfort while trying to answer it. No one should ever mention anything personal on a sex question, and if they do, then that question should get removed since it most likely has … Read more

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David Shabazi thanked Betty Boo's answer

I see them as peole who only value their own choices and beliefs in society.

Letting others be free to be themselves seems more important.

It takes maturity and that comes from living and learing from making mistakes

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David Shabazi thanked Rooster Cogburn's answer

I think it's all three of the things you said, Ray. Lot's of people nowadays just like to argue for the sake of arguing. They haven't much in the way of social graces and lack the thought of how others feel or see how they truly are. Many know they can hide behind the screen … Read more

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David Shabazi thanked Scott Winters' answer

I think it is a combination of all three. The second one I have seen the most. Today, people cannot accept that maybe, just maybe, they might be incorrect. There are some, I have a few in mind, that will not accept that their opinion is just that, an opinion. It takes a great deal … Read more

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David Shabazi answered Noah Urbany's question

ALL of your CLASSMATES? Every single one?

Sounds like some sick, twisted evil prank to get you worried. And if you find out they were being serious, they were never really good friends to be with anyway. With the way that they responded, they made the situation extremely dramatic, and I just absolutely despise when people … Read more