moongazer
Is there an angle measuring more than 360 degrees ? What do you call it ?
My professor said there is no such thing. But I doubt it.
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ParthKohli
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If you notice, more than 360 degrees would start another cycle.
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361 degrees would be 1 degree..
362 = 2
363 = 3
and so on
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ok thanks! :)
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And wait... that's where modular arithmetic comes in
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I asked this because I am seeing angles more than 360 degrees sometimes :)
ParthKohli
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If you want to find an angle measure more than 360, it'd be\(\mod{(x,360)}\)
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What about modular arithmetic ?
ParthKohli
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Yeah, 720 degrees is again 360 degrees or 0 degrees :)
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For example, 480 degrees is actually \(\mod({480,360}) = 120^{\circ}\)
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ohh I don't know that thing
ParthKohli
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Hey did you use photoshop to make that thing blue?
moongazer
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I don't use Photoshop :)
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But I think it is fun knowing things like that
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:)
ParthKohli
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How did you make that? :O
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the modular arithmetic
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I mean the background is supposed to be grey
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what that?
ParthKohli
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Your display pic... how is the background blue? Photoshop?
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ohh my pic. I copied it here. Is it not allowed?
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No, it is but how did you make the background blue?
moongazer
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i'll remove it if it is not allowed :)
ParthKohli
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No no.. it is completely allowed
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Just wanted to know how you made the background blue :)
moongazer
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I copied it from here (openstudy.com) when openstudy was not yet like this.
I copied it from the openstudy feedback section.
I think that time is when openstudy is just starting and the homepage is showing already the sections.
The homepage has different kinds of pictures from the different sections then I saw this picture from the openstudy feedback sections and I copied it.
I think Physics section has a atomic model pic and chemistry has a graduated cylinder.
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:)
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Wow
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Nice stuff man