Tuesday, March 24, 2009

What do we know about numbers












13 comments:

subrosa said...

Excellent thank you. I'll copy that for the children.

Baron's Life said...

Subrosa...glad to oblige...there is another gig on Chines multiplication which I'll try to post in the next couple of days...should be interesting and informative t the children as well.
take care and keep on blogging

scunnert said...

Awesome - you learn something every day. Thanks for that.

Lance said...

Wow, that's pretty amazing! Thanks for the lesson!

Baron's Life said...

Sunner, Lance...stayed tuned I will post omething on how to multiply soon...I mean math

Peter (Worldman): said...

Thar is nice food for thought and gives envy to search for more on this subject.

I bought a few years ago a beautiful set of books (in French) about numbers. With astounding things in it.

Baron's Life said...

Peter,
Being from Swiss I take it you can read French, being from Canada so do I...but anyway, I did this post when I found out you were an accountant. I thought you should know the origins of the numbers that tortured you for years...!
Cheers man Je vous Salue mon cher Ami

The Old Fart said...

I never thought of numbers as angles, interesting post, thank you for sharing.

bill

Nikos said...

Very good - now explain pi (3.14259.....)!

GYMONR said...

Dam!!! You made me think to hard this morning…great post I’ll have to share this one with the family.
Big Al

Baron's Life said...

The old Fart, bill..you know, neither did I until I read about it and I deal with numbers all day long at work...lol

Nikos...I'll have to work on this but I can explain pie r square...if you like...lol

Gymonr...the post was speciffically designed to wake you up this morning...lol...glad you enjoyed

jen laceda said...

I'm speechless! I'm having one of those "who would have thought?" moments. Of course, not me.

Ann said...

That's very cool! I never thought about it before, but it makes perfect sense!