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    Oct 16, 2007, 05:35 AM
    Relation of a point, square, triangle, circle and angle to an individual person?
    What is the relation between a point, square, triangle, circle and anglesto an individual person?
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    Oct 16, 2007, 05:56 AM
    Please clarify your question - I don't understand what you mean by a "relation" between a geometric shape and an "individual person." Perhaps you can give us an example of what you mean so we can understand your question better.
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    Oct 16, 2007, 06:34 AM
    What ebaines said, and what's an "anglesto"? ;)
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    Oct 17, 2007, 07:19 AM
    Ei, please answer this asap.. what is the relaton of a point,square, triangle, circle and an angle to an individual person?
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    Oct 17, 2007, 07:31 AM
    Just a guess - second cousins once removed? ;)
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    Oct 17, 2007, 07:48 AM
    Oh oh! I know! Very small rocks!

    Seriously, please explain more, usually an individual person might like go to a store and buy something that is shaped like a triangle (like doritos) or a square (like an oddly shaped book)

    I love when people need answers to a question immediately and won't take the time to give more info.
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    Oct 18, 2007, 11:00 AM
    If I was reallly forced to guess a relation between them I'd choose:
    Point, square, triangle, circle and anglesto < an individual person
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    Oct 18, 2007, 11:11 AM
    I know some people:

    1. who are square,
    2. who never get the point,
    3. Who don't ever get "around" to doing things, but
    4. Are always playing the angles,

    So maybe



    Which means that square = angle, which is indeed weird!
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    Oct 18, 2007, 11:20 AM
    Well we could take it in a whole other direction too.

    You see I am an individual person, I work inside a cubicle, which is generally a square shape, due to the large desk I sit roughly at a point in the centre of the square. I also sit on a chair that can rotate, thus it is able to rotate me in a circle when I am too lazy to lean over and get a file and return it to my workspace in front of my monitor. You might also say that the angles between me, my monitor and my stack of files make a triangle.

    Thus we have learned the following also:

    Person equals point
    Point equals 1 third of triangle
    Point also equals center of the circle
    Square encloses all these items
    Angles create triangle
    Triangle and circle are smaller than square
    I am bored

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