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s***@gmail.com
2019-06-14 13:11:11 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.
benj
2019-06-14 13:24:47 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.
Sorry Sammy, but Archie has told us that ellipses are NOT conic
sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!
Sergio
2019-06-14 14:39:36 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find
the foci of a given ellipse.
Sorry Sammy, but Archie has told us that ellipses are NOT conic
sections!  That pretty much makes your proof invalid!
if you take the AP's hat off, you can cut it into the conic
sections, one needs to show AP this too!
Sergio
2019-06-14 17:15:10 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find
the foci of a given ellipse.
Sorry Sammy, but Archie has told us that ellipses are NOT conic
sections!  That pretty much makes your proof invalid!
if you take the AP's hat off, you can cut it into the conic
sections, one needs to show AP this too!
see ? AP's hat is basically a cone

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Michael Moroney
2019-06-14 17:31:29 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find
the foci of a given ellipse.
Sorry Sammy, but Archie has told us that ellipses are NOT conic
sections!  That pretty much makes your proof invalid!
if you take the AP's hat off, you can cut it into the conic
sections, one needs to show AP this too!
see ? AP's hat is basically a cone
http://enchantedkingdomcreations.com/image/cache/data/products/cone_hat/light_blue-600x600.jpg
No, no, more like this one.

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Archimedes Plutonium
2019-06-14 16:18:36 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.
Sorry Sammy, but Archie has told us that ellipses are NOT conic
sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!
Yes, thanks Benj, for Sam seems to delight in being a stubborn idiot of science


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Ever since Ancient Greek Times it was thought the slant cut into a cone is the ellipse. That was false. For the slant cut in every cone is a Oval, never an Ellipse. This book is a proof that the slant cut is a oval, never the ellipse. A slant cut into the Cylinder is in fact a ellipse, but never in a cone.

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j***@specsol.spam.sux.com
2019-06-14 17:38:32 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.
Seems to me we did that in 7th grade, ass hat.

Are you trying to relive your childhood ass hat or just going senile?
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Mitch Raemsch
2019-06-15 00:42:39 UTC
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Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.
God creates gravity for a cylinder ellipse curve.
God creates gravity a cylinder parabola motion curve only...
God is creating gravity. Not conic variable speed curving...

Mitchell Raemsch

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