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lolwarlol

Regopardy

The answer is 3.14159265

What is the question?
lolwarlol

Clacker wrote:
Pi?


Correct.


Next!
Grind

What is a reasonable approximation to the ratio of the circumference of a cirle to its diameter?
Grind

PL2 wrote:
Clacker wrote:
Pi?


Correct.


Next!


No it isn't, Pi is infinitely long.
Forest

Is it Pi?
lolwarlol

Grind wrote:
PL2 wrote:
Clacker wrote:
Pi?


Correct.


Next!


No it isn't, Pi is infinitely long.


This thread has failed already. Badger is going to slaughter me over this.
bearing

Grind wrote:
What is a reasonable approximation to the ratio of the circumference of a cirle to its diameter?


pi again
Grind

It's close - a bit like that bloody viaduct.
lolwarlol

Grind wrote:
It's close - a bit like that bloody viaduct.


That wasn't pi that was pish.
Forest

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
What is a reasonable approximation to the ratio of the circumference of a cirle to its diameter?


pi again


I already said that


*goes off in huff*
lolwarlol

Ok forget the pi one.

What about this one.

A person who relies too much on academic learning or who is concerned chiefly with insignificant detail.
lolwarlol

Clacker wrote:
Pi?


No.
Seal

PL2 wrote:
Ok forget the pi one.

What about this one.

A person who relies too much on academic learning or who is concerned chiefly with insignificant detail.


Pedant.




My go, my go!


A highway that originally ran between Chicago and Los Angeles.
bearing

I can give an approximation of the answer Seal, but finding the exact square root of 66 could be difficult.
bearing

PL2 wrote:
Ok forget the pi one.

What about this one.

A person who relies too much on academic learning or who is concerned chiefly with insignificant detail.


How very dare you pull Grind up like this, the number you gave could have been anything, it certainly wasn't Pi as Grind pointed out Pi is an irrational number and infinitely long.  

Had you have put something akin to this, he may have excused you.

3.1415926...
Seal

bearing wrote:
I can give an approximation of the answer Seal, but finding the exact square root of 66 could be difficult.


Play properly or I'm taking my ball home!
lolwarlol

Route 66
sheeps

Seal wrote:
PL2 wrote:
Ok forget the pi one.

What about this one.

A person who relies too much on academic learning or who is concerned chiefly with insignificant detail.


Pedant.




My go, my go!


A highway that originally ran between Chicago and Los Angeles.


This is wrong anyway, supposed to give the answer and we ask the question.

Sarfenders, shit em.
bearing

If ~1.6180339887.... is the answer, what is the question?
Grind

There might be an h in it?  
Grind

Clacker wrote:
Is it Pi?


He's close.  
bearing

Grind wrote:
There might be an h in it?  


There is, and yes he's very close.

It's also known by another term, what is the other term?
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
There might be an h in it?  


There is, and yes he's very close.

It's also known by another term, what is the other term?


This shower will never get that.  
Grind

I used to amuse myself calculating it:-

bearing

Grind wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
There might be an h in it?  


There is, and yes he's very close.

It's also known by another term, what is the other term?


This shower will never get that.  


Wait 'til I hit them with some Fourier Series of Half Range Functions.  
bearing

Grind wrote:
I used to amuse myself calculating it:-



It is what makes me so attractive.  

And is the bit of maths that all artists love.
Grind

This probably won't format properly, but I used to like these things too:-

01 15 24 08 17
23 07 16 05 14
20 04 13 22 06
12 21 10 19 03
09 18 02 11 25

Magic, diabolic and associative.
Grind

Clacker wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
There might be an h in it?  


There is, and yes he's very close.

It's also known by another term, what is the other term?


Is it half-term?


Grind

Clacker wrote:
On an unrelated note I see from your Comments that you've been getting friendly with the googlebots, Grind?


I just wanted a cooked breakfast for once.
Grind

I don't know if they've ever been used for this, but 5th order magic squares have always seemed like a belting starting point to use as a cipher (repeating s for z).

I had a troubled childhood.
Seal

sheeps wrote:
Seal wrote:



Pedant.

This is wrong anyway, supposed to give the answer and we ask the question.


Grind

Name a piece of jewellery which, with just one letter alteration, could also be our favourite Staffordshire poster.

Spoiler:

Pendant or earing



* Do I win anything? *
bearing

Grind wrote:
Name a piece of jewellery which, with just one letter alteration, could also be our favourite Staffordshire poster.

Spoiler:

Pendant or earing



* Do I win anything? *


It's earring by the way.  
Grind

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
Name a piece of jewellery which, with just one letter alteration, could also be our favourite Staffordshire poster.

Spoiler:

Pendant or earing



* Do I win anything? *


It's earring by the way.  


See what I mean.      

* How would I know how to spell something I don't wear? Or wearr. *
Grind

Anyway - the b was changed to an r and,errrr, moved, so it still works.

Just not as well, obviously.

This really is a crap quiz. Worst ever.
bearing


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