Bit of an odd request

  1. julian

    julian 402
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    I've indicated two rectangles. Can peeps tell me what they get for the ratio of widths? And then the ratio of lengths? Thanks.

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  3. phinds

    phinds 8,083
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    Adjusting for the angles of presentation, they appear to be identical.

    What's the point?
     
  4. julian

    julian 402
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    They do look similar size. Can you be more specific? Just simply measuring ratios of widths and ratio of lengths as they appear there? I'll say what it is about in a bit.
     
  5. phinds

    phinds 8,083
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    Say what it is about now. I hate coyness.
     
  6. julian

    julian 402
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    I want more replies first, stats thing :)
     
  7. julian

    julian 402
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    bump. Oh go on.
     
  8. phinds

    phinds 8,083
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    Looks like I'm not the only one who does not appreciate coyness.

    Maybe if you say what the point is you can restart the conversation.
     
  9. micromass

    micromass 18,431
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    I hate it when OPs play games with us and refuse to ask the full question. Thread locked.
     
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