rencymay Posts: 1, Reputation: 1 New Member #1 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?
 ebaines Posts: 12,132, Reputation: 1307 Expert #2 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.
 asterisk_man Posts: 476, Reputation: 32 Full Member #3 Oct 16, 2007, 06:34 AM
What ebaines said, and what's an "anglesto"? ;)
 emo_jha Posts: 1, Reputation: 1 New Member #4 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?
 ebaines Posts: 12,132, Reputation: 1307 Expert #5 Oct 17, 2007, 07:31 AM
Just a guess - second cousins once removed? ;)
 Lowtax4eva Posts: 2,467, Reputation: 190 Ultra Member #6 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.
 asterisk_man Posts: 476, Reputation: 32 Full Member #7 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
 ebaines Posts: 12,132, Reputation: 1307 Expert #8 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

$
individual\ =\ square\\
individual\ \neq\ point\\
individual\ \neq\ circle\\
individual\ =\ angle
$

Which means that square = angle, which is indeed weird!
 Lowtax4eva Posts: 2,467, Reputation: 190 Ultra Member #9 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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