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Do you believe in angles?

Asked by talljasperman (21875points) January 30th, 2015

Not angels : ) . Also what is the greatest accomplishment from learning about Geometry?

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gailcalled's avatar

That’s like asking whether I believe in air.

Geometry comes in handy when you want to hang bookshelves straight.

Blondesjon's avatar

Yes. 360 degrees is what keeps me around.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

We always liked proving the Angle Side Side theorm.

jerv's avatar

Geometry is a fundamental part of many kinds of engineering. For instance, from airplanes to the Eiffel Tower, knowing geometry can help one calculate the stresses involved in making large and/or “strong for their weight” structures and design accordingly.

ucme's avatar

A brief smile plays across my lips whenever I see a-cute one…bless.
Also, 180 is the best, coz darts & shit.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Do I believe in angles? No, I do not. I have never seen an angle. Everything that I have ever seen or touched in this world has been rounded, not angled.

Now if you’re asking whether or not I believe in Angles, then the answer is yes, obviously. It would be foolish of me not to believe in my ancestors.

janbb's avatar

Only the right ones.

dxs's avatar

Anyone who doesn’t is obtuse.

janbb's avatar

^^ Isosceles what you did there. But you’re acute guy so I’ll forgive you.

dxs's avatar

^^You’re so complimentary!

gorillapaws's avatar

I’m shocked how much I use trig. At the time I learned it in high school I thought it was one of those things I’d never use in real life. Between cutting miters for weird angles of baseboard in my bathroom remodel project, and programming a game, I’m using it a lot the past few months.

zenvelo's avatar

This whole thread is skew.

Yoda’s take on Geometry: “There is no do, only Tri.”

filmfann's avatar

When I bought my house, my wife had to cosine.

SloanFaunus's avatar

I used to, but then I pulled a complete 180. I’ve been walking a straight line ever since. I guess you could say, I went on a bit of a tangent.

AstroChuck's avatar


That’s for every pun, including my own.

auntydeb's avatar

No I don’t. They are a human construct, just like any and all mathematical concepts and I don’t wanna believe in them. Don’t make me. No. Please… No. Sharp and pointy, wide and overt – oh, please no…
help me
help me
they’re coming for me, trying to box me in… NOOOOOO please, not the tesseract…

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