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why does 2*pi^2(8+3+2)^10 - (345-123)^2 = y? @SmoothMath

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    It's 23.3333333333333333

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    dang,,, thanks youre smart

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    ... it doesn't equal y. There is no variable on the left hand side, so it's just a constant.

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    ohh..

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    I'm pretty sure this is part of a larger problem, and I'm missing some vital information.

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    That left hand side ends up being a truly huge number, by the way. Why? Mostly because of (8+3+2)^10.

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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=2*pi%5E2%288%2B3%2B2%29%5E10+-+%28345-123%29%5E2

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