# Trivia n°8: Theorical Math

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Hi there, everyone! I, Karman, will host the trivia this time. Math is back, but don't worry, you won't have to calculate anything, because this time the questions are more about the theory than the practice (for example, history). Maybe you're tired of math, so these questions are not hard.

The rewards will be the same as before, so they'll be like this:

• 10 correct: 500 premium currency
• 5-9 correct: 250 premium currency
• 3-4 correct: 100 premium currency
• Honorable mention: 50 extra premium currency

The deadline will be on Monday 27th February at 17:00 (GMT+1). Remember to write your game and your in-game name.

The questions:

1. Why is the symbol “=” used to express equality?
2. Where did the sexagesimal system come from?
3. Who made the first set of rules to deal with negative numbers and when?
4. Approximately how many proofs are there for the Pythagorean Theorem?
5. How many years did it take the world to proof Fermat’s Last Theorem? Specify the years and who finally reached the proof.
6. A very curious question, explain why a pizza’s volume can be calculated with the following formula: Pizza. Explain each part and why it works.
7. Who was the first one to fully document the binary system?
8. Where did the decimal system come from?
9. Where does the word “geometry” come from?
10. When is the Pi Day and why?

Remember only one answer per person is allowed. Good luck and see you later!

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1. The "=" symbol that is now universally accepted in mathematics for equality was first recorded by Welsh mathematician Robert Recorde to avoid the tedious repetition of these words: "is equal to", he set a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

2. Sexagesimal (base 60) is a numeral system with sixty as its base. It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC, was passed down to the ancient Babylonians, and is still used—in a modified form—for measuring time, angles, and geographic coordinates.

3. The first set of rules for dealing with negative numbers was stated in the 7th century by the Indian mathematician Brahmagupta.

4. 367 Approx.

5. Andrew Wiles. 358 years.

6. PI-ZZ-A. Simple. Pi x rx height. So Pi is PI, r-square is z x z and a is the height of the pizza.

7.The modern binary number system was fully documented by Gottfried Leibniz in the 17th century

8. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D. This system is sometimes also called the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it was first introduced to Europeans by Arabs, who had acquired the system from the Hindus earlier.

9. Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring.”

10. Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14. So 3/14 and 3.14 are quite similar

Fun Answers for extra rewards  -

1. Since there was no other symbol left.

2. I wonder why people like to complicate things.

3. Seems that person was quite pessimistic.

4. Just 1 proof is enough in court, why so many for Maths.

5. Wasted so many years, not good.

6. No care about the volume, what matters is taste.

7. His brain would have really 'got fried'

8. From someone's awesome mind.

9. A pile of unused words. Balancing just like games

10. Whoever cooks the best pie wins! Need to keep stomach empty a day in advance.

Thanks for the Trivia

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1. Because Robert Record introduced this sign to avoid tedious repetition of words "is equal to"

2. It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC

3. Negative numbers appeared for the first time in history in the Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art, which in its present form dates from the period of the Chinese Han Dynasty (202 BC – AD 220)

4. Over 370 proofs

5. by Andrew Wiles, 358 years

6.

if z = radius of the pizza and a = the height then Π * radius2 * height = Pi * z * z * a = Pizza.

7.Leibniz

8. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

9. Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring"

10. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits

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Q1. Why is the symbol “=” used to express equality?
A. The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus. And it was denoted as a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

Q2.Where did the sexagesimal system come from?
A. Sexagesimal system  originated with the ancient Sumerians( historical region of southern Mesopotamia) in the 3rd millennium BC.

Q3.Who made the first set of rules to deal with negative numbers and when?
A. Liu Hui (c. 3rd century) 263 BC

Q4.Approximately how many proofs are there for the Pythagorean Theorem?
A. 367 proofs

Q5.How many years did it take the world to proof Fermat’s Last Theorem? Specify the years and who finally reached the proof.
A. The first successful proof was released in 1994 by Andrew Wiles, and formally published in 1995, after 358 years of effort by mathematicians.

Q6.A very curious question, explain why a pizza’s volume can be calculated with the following formula: Pizza. Explain each part and why it works.
A. If pizza has a radius of "z" and height of "a"

Then, Area of pizza = π x radius2 = Pi x z2

Thus,

VOLUME of pizza = (area of pizza) × (height of pizza)

volume of pizza = (Pi x Z x Z ) x a = PIZZA

Q7. Who was the first one to fully document the binary system?
A. Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

Q8.Where did the decimal system come from?
A. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

Q9.Where does the word “geometry” come from?
A. Geometry is derived from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- "earth", -metron "measurement"( measurement of earth).

Q10.When is the Pi Day and why?
A. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/daydate format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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Q1. Why is the symbol “=” used to express equality?
A. The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus. And it was denoted as a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

Q2.Where did the sexagesimal system come from?
A. Sexagesimal system  originated with the ancient Sumerians( historical region of southern Mesopotamia) in the 3rd millennium BC.

Q3.Who made the first set of rules to deal with negative numbers and when?
A. Liu Hui (c. 3rd century) 263 BC.

Q4.Approximately how many proofs are there for the Pythagorean Theorem?
A. 367 proofs

Q5.How many years did it take the world to proof Fermat’s Last Theorem? Specify the years and who finally reached the proof.
A. The first successful proof was released in 1994 by Andrew Wiles, and formally published in 1995, after 358 years of effort by mathematicians.

Q6.A very curious question, explain why a pizza’s volume can be calculated with the following formula: Pizza. Explain each part and why it works.
A. If pizza has a radius of "z" and height of "a"

Then, Area of pizza = π x radius2 = Pi x z2

Thus,

VOLUME of pizza = (area of pizza) × (height of pizza)

volume of pizza = (Pi x Z x Z ) x a = PIZZA

Q7. Who was the first one to fully document the binary system?
A. Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

Q8.Where did the decimal system come from?
A. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

Q9.Where does the word “geometry” come from?
A. Geometry is derived from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- "earth", -metron "measurement"( measurement of earth).

Q10.When is the Pi Day and why?
A. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/daydate format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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1- The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus.  To avoid the tedious repetition of these words: "is equal to", I will set (as I do often in work use) a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

2- It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC. Sumerians was the first urban civilization in the historical region of southern Mesopotamia.

3- (Indian mathematician) Brahamagupta in the 7th century.

4- Approximately a 367 proofs.

5- Andrew Wiles after 357 years from Fermat announcement.

6- Pizza's volume can be calculated like a cylinder:
z = pizza's range
a= pizza's height
Pi= 3,14
Volume= Pi * z * z * a  (Pizza)

7- Gottfried Leibniz in 1679 and appears in his article Explication de l'Arithmétique Binaire (published in 1703).

8- Egyptian around 3000 BC, used a purely decimal system. Many ancient cultures calculated with numerals based on ten, as human hands typically have ten digits.

9- Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring.”

10- 14th March, because Pi is 3,14 => 3/14 in the month/day date format.

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Game: Royal Revolt 2
1- Because there aren't two things that can be more equal each other than two straight lines
2- Babilonia
3- Brahamagupta in VII century.
4- Approximately 3 hundreds proofs.
5- Andrew Wiles after 357 years from Fermat announcement.
6- Pizza's volume can be calculated like a cylinder:
z = pizza's range
a= pizza's height
Pi= 3,14
Volume= Pi *z*z * a
7- Juan Caramuel in 1670, then G.W. Leibniz.
8- Mesopotamia ( Sumer)
9- The word "geometry" come from "geo"= "earth" and "metron"= "measurement", so it means earth measurement.
10- 14th March, because Pi is 3,14  --> 03-14.

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1.because no two things can be more equal

2.Babilonia

3.Brahamagupta in VII century

4. approximately a hundred proofs

5.Andrew Wiles after 357 years from Fermat announcement

6.pizza's volume can be calculated like a cylinder: z=pizza's range; h=pizza's height; Pi=3,14; volume=Pi*z*z*a (Pizza)

7.Gottfried Leibniz in 1679

8.southern of Mesopotamia

9.the word "geometry" came from greek, earth (geo) and measurement (metry)= earth measurement

10. 14th march

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Game: Royal Revolt 2
1- Because no two things can be more equal.
2- Babilonia.
3- Brahamagupta in VII century.
4- Approximately a hundred proofs.
5- Andrew Wiles after 357 years from Fermat announcement.
6- Pizza's volume can be calculated like a cylinder:
z = pizza's range
h= pizza's height
Pi= 3,14
Volume= z x z x Pi x h
7- Juan Caramuel in 1669.
8- Mesopotamia.
9- The word "geometry" come from earth and measurement: earth measurement.
10- 14th March, because Pi is 3,14 => 03-14.

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1. The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus. And it was denoted as a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

2. Sexagesimal system  originated with the ancient Sumerians( historical region of southern Mesopotamia) in the 3rd millennium BC.

3. Liu Hui (c. 3rd century) 263 BC.

4. 367 proofs

5. The first successful proof was released in 1994 by Andrew Wiles, and formally published in 1995, after 358 years of effort by mathematicians.

6. If pizza has a radius of "z" and height of "a"

Then, Area of pizza = π x radius2 = Pi x z2

Thus,

VOLUME of pizza = (area of pizza) × (height of pizza)

volume of pizza = (Pi x Z x Z ) x a = PIZZA

7. Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

8. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

9. Geometry is derived from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- "earth", -metron "measurement"( measurement of earth).

10. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/daydate format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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1- The equals sign or equality sign (=) is a mathematical symbol used to indicate equality. It was invented in 1557 by Robert Recorde. In an equation, the equals sign is placed between two expressions that have the same value. In Unicode and ASCII, it is U+003D = EQUALS SIGN (HTML `&#61;`). The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus ("level", "even", or "just"). The "=" symbol that is now universally accepted in mathematics for equality was first recorded by Welsh mathematician Robert Recorde in The Whetstone of Witte (1557).

2- Sexagesimal (base 60) is a numeral system with sixty as its base.It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC, was passed down to the ancient Babylonians, and is still used—in a modified form—for measuring time, angles, and geographic coordinates.

3- the first set of rules for dealing with negative numbers was stated in the 7th century by the Indian mathematician Brahmagupta.

4- there are 367 proofs.

5- the proof consumed seven years. During 21–23 June 1993 Wiles announced and presented his proof of the Taniyama–Shimura conjecture for semi-stable elliptic curves, and hence of Fermat's Last Theorem, over the course of three lectures delivered at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge, England.

6- In elementary geometry, the pizza theorem states the equality of two areas that arise when one partitions a disk in a certain way.

Let p be an interior point of the disk, and let n be a number that is divisible by four and greater than or equal to eight. Form n sectors of the disk with equal angles by choosing an arbitrary line through p, rotating the line n/2 − 1 times by an angle of 2π/n radians, and slicing the disk on each of the resulting n/2 lines. Number the sectors consecutively in a clockwise or anti-clockwise fashion. Then the pizza theorem states that:

The sum of the areas of the odd numbered sectors equals the sum of the areas of the even numbered sectors (Upton 1968).

The pizza theorem is so called because it mimics a traditional pizza slicing technique. It shows that, if two people share a pizza sliced in this way by taking alternating slices, then they each get an equal amount of pizza.

7- The modern binary number system was fully documented by Gottfried Leibniz in the 17th century in his article Explication de l'Arithmétique Binaire.

8- The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D. This system is sometimes also called the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it was first introduced to Europeans by Arabs, who had acquired the system from the Hindus earlier.

9- Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring.” The approach to Geometry developed by the Ancient Greeks has been used for over 2000 years as the basis of geometry.

10- Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th.It is a day to celebrate the mathematical constant pi (π) and to eat lots of pie. Celebrated in countries that follow the month/day (m/dd) date format, because the digits in the date, March 14 or 3/14, are the first three digits of π (3.14), Pi Day was founded by Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988.

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1. The symbol "=" is called an "equals sign".

Two symbols/set/expressions refer to the same object/elements/value respectively.

2.  It originated with the ancient Sumerians (southern Iraq) in the 3rd millennium BC.

3. In 200 BC in China (Liu Hui) and 600 BC in India (Brahmagupta).

4.  Elisha Loomis, The Pythagorean Proposition contains more than 365 proofs. The Pythagorean Theorem by Jim Loy suggests 256 proofs.

5. ~23 years. Sir Andrew Wiles first announced his proof in 1993, then corrected in 1995. He got the Abel prize in 2016. The world took 358 years.

6. PI * Z * Z * A

Volume of the Pizza = π r² h (so Pi zz a)

A- height of the pizza

z - radius of the pizza

7. The modern binary number system was devised by Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

8. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

9. Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring.”

10. Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the in countries that follow the month/day (m/dd) date format. It is a day to celebrate the mathematical constant pi (π) and to eat lots of pie.

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1. Because Robert Record introduced this sign to avoid tedious repetition of words "is equal to" ...

2. It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC

3. Negative numbers appeared for the first time in history in the Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art, which in its present form dates from the period of the Chinese Han Dynasty (202 BC – AD 220)

4. Over 370 proofs

5. by Andrew Wiles, 358 years

6.if z = radius of the pizza and a = the height then Π * radius2 * height = Pi * z * z * a = Pizza. V=Π * radius2 * height

7.Leibniz

8. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

9. Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring"

10. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits

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Game: Royal Revolt 2  - player:  VACCARANA

1- 'cause no 2 think can be more equal

2- Babilonia

3- in the VII century , Brahamagupta

4- approximately a hundred proofs

5- Andrew Wiles after 357 years from  Fermat announcement

6- pizza's  volume can be calculate in this way: z= range  of pizza , h= height, Pi= 3,14  so volume= Z x Z x Pi x h . Like a cylinder  calculated.

7- in 1669, Juan  Caramuel

8- Mesopotamia

9- the word geometry  derived  from earth and measurement so earth  measurement

10- the date is 14th of March  'cause Pi is 3,14

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Ally: Itali
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1- Because no two things can be more equal.
2- Babilonia.
3-Brahamagupta in VII century.

4-Approximately a hundred proofs.

5-Andrew Wiles after 357 years from Fermat announcement.

6-

Pizza's volume can be calculated as a cylinder:
z = pizza's range
h= pizza's height
Pi= 3,14
Volume= z x z x Pi x h
7- Juan Caramuel in 1669.
8- Mesopotamia.
9-the word "geometry" come from ancient greek... from earth and measurement: earth measurement.

10-

14th March, because Pi is 3,14 => 03-14.

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IGN : suman95

Answer 1: The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus. And it was denoted as a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

Answer 2: Sexagesimal system  originated with the ancient Sumerians( historical region of southern Mesopotamia) in the 3rd millennium BC.

Answer 3: Liu Hui (c. 3rd century) 263 BC.

Answer 5: The first successful proof was released in 1994 by Andrew Wiles, and formally published in 1995, after 358 years of effort by mathematicians.

Answer 6: If pizza has a radius of "z" and height of "a"

Then, Area of pizza = π x radius2 = Pi x z2

Thus,

VOLUME of pizza = (area of pizza) × (height of pizza)

volume of pizza = (Pi x Z x Z ) x a = PIZZA

Answer 7: Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

Answer 8: The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

Answer 9: Geometry is derived from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- "earth", -metron "measurement"( measurement of earth).

Answer 10: Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/daydate format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century( or william hamilton and hermann grassmann 19 century)

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed,its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)= Пi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z= radius,a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet , differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936( 14 march)

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IGN : Fredo

Q1. Why is the symbol “=” used to express equality?
A. The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus. And it was denoted as a pair of parallels, or Gemowe lines, of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more equal.

Q2.Where did the sexagesimal system come from?
A. Sexagesimal system originated with the ancient Sumerians( historical region of southern Mesopotamia) in the 3rd millennium BC.

Q3.Who made the first set of rules to deal with negative numbers and when?
A. Liu Hui (c. 3rd century) 263 BC.

Q4.Approximately how many proofs are there for the Pythagorean Theorem?
A. 367 proofs

Q5.How many years did it take the world to proof Fermat’s Last Theorem? Specify the years and who finally reached the proof.
A. The first successful proof was released in 1994 by Andrew Wiles, and formally published in 1995, after 358 years of effort by mathematicians.

Q6.A very curious question, explain why a pizza’s volume can be calculated with the following formula: Pizza. Explain each part and why it works.
A. If pizza has a radius of "z" and height of "a"

Then, Area of pizza = π x radius2 = Pi x z2

Thus,

VOLUME of pizza = (area of pizza) × (height of pizza)

volume of pizza = (Pi x Z x Z ) x a = PIZZA

Q7. Who was the first one to fully document the binary system?
A. Gottfried Leibniz in 1679.

Q8.Where did the decimal system come from?
A. The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D.

Q9.Where does the word “geometry” come from?
A. Geometry is derived from the Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- "earth", -metron "measurement"( measurement of earth).

Q10.When is the Pi Day and why?
A. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/daydate format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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Hi

1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

My name in game is Alexandre Nadal
Royal Revolt 2

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

Royal REVOLT 2

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

My name in game is: Brun0bbs

Game: Royal Revolt 2

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

Game Royal Revolt 2

My name in game is: joao.buge.neto

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

Royal Revolt 2

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

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1) coz two things cant be more equal, its mean its equality symbol

2) iBM/360

3) liu hui 3 century

4) more then 400, 6 main

5) since 1637, 1994 was proofed, its mean 357 years. Andrew Wiles

6) v(volume)=πi*r^2 *Depth( Pizza) if z=radis, a=dethp

so V=Pizza

7) Leibniz( 17 century)

8) india( or Egypet, differnt kind of decimel)

9) greece

10) 3/14 in 1:59:36, cuz 3.1415936

My name in game is Fimose - Royal Revolt 2