You Could Transfer to Harvard with math skills like those!

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5 Comments.

  1. Transfer?
    I bet he would be given his PhD the second he crossed their doors!

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  2. why doesnt thatwork?

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    • He gave one of the two answers approximated in radians. The answer calls for degrees (135 and 315). If it had called for radians, 3pi/4 and 7pi/4 would be right.
      Also: Calculators are awesome, but you have to type the statement in correctly. The decimal given is for when tan(x)=1, not -1.

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  3. hunh kool i gess 😛

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