" @agentx5: No, you both are 6π-π/3. It's true."
" @Ishaan94: you can't express pi as rational, i am pretty sure my age is rational "
True or False, does 6\(\pi\)-\(\frac{\pi}{3}\) lie on the interval between 17 and 18? ;-)
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" @agentx5: No, you both are 6π-π/3. It's true."
" @Ishaan94: you can't express pi as rational, i am pretty sure my age is rational "
True or False, does 6\(\pi\)-\(\frac{\pi}{3}\) lie on the interval between 17 and 18? ;-)
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I agree your age isn't \(\pi\) yrs., that would make you 3.1415... yrs. old :-D
In fact I don't know what you age is, I just am making a mathematics debate in contention that the units don't restrict the numeric value to a integer or repeated decimal.
\[\pi \in \mathbb{R}\], agreed?
You can't it's irrational. But it does have a value that is real. As long as it's real it can be applied to units with no problem, be it meter, kilograms, mols, MeV, # of particles, or yes even unit of time such as seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, and epochs.
6\(\pi\)-\(\frac{\pi}{3}\) yrs. \(\approx\) 18.84955592-1.047197551 yrs. \(\approx\) 17.80235837 yrs.
Converting:
there are 365.25 days per year
there are 24 hours in a day
there are 60 minutes in an hour
there are 60 seconds in a minute
Each time you write as sub-units you write as a mixed fraction and the remainder become the next part. Eventually you'd end up with a number of years, days into that year, hour of the day, minute of the hour, and down to the second of the minute. But so what?
:-)
( yes I realize this is a more non-serious discussion, but I believe I have a valid point here. Maybe @myininaya can settle the definition debate if she's got time and needs a break from the regular routines)