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wen u boozed.............
what is your question? It is simply because it is how the english language was composed whenever the language came about..
reply to your own question please?
no its not correct
Is this a joke or a serious question?
serious question having scientific reason behind it
it is really a good question
because of the angles |dw:1335857400085:dw|
thats it, u got it
lololol... explain four-infinityish. XD better restatement of question would have been nice
I write 1 like the lowercase "l" here so this argument is not valid for me...
we are not talking about u we are talking about the origin
Well, perhaps then we should extend the question to all digits of number, i.e. 0-9.
makes sense for 0 (lol) and for 3, if you write like a greek (double lol) and then you get to four.....
How should I write 4 like a Greek? Like this? |dw:1335940974111:dw|
that has 6 angles, and i was going more off of the greek letter for E for 3, which looks like |dw:1335941041618:dw|
for four there is a curve |dw:1335858254605:dw|
and as u know the angle is between two lines not a line and a curve
lol really this is sortof a waste of time based off of a play on words and some faulty logic. I don't really care that much... ;) so GOODNIGHT COMMUNITY!! :D:D:D:Dllololol
these number are Arab numbers and this explanation is not mine it is written in many math books
(once more) night bro!