. . . and still if moves!

1. Sep 16, 2005

flashgordon2!

2. Sep 16, 2005

Zurtex

Hahaha

I've just read the first chapter of the book. At a long push it might seem simpler at high school level maths when you haven't even learnt about radians. However it isn’t really any different at all from trigonometry apart from the fact it takes a lot more work the more complex the problem. I do not see people adopting this any time soon.