# Don't Claim Something Doesn't Exist : AE Map

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#### Danang

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##### Re: Don't Claim Something Doesn't Exist : AE Map
« Reply #60 on: October 16, 2019, 08:30:19 AM »
Jack forgot trigonometry. Try again
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#### mak3m

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##### Re: Don't Claim Something Doesn't Exist : AE Map
« Reply #61 on: October 16, 2019, 09:03:27 AM »
PI isnt disproved it changes during to the metric used to measure the units.

What I'm asking is by what measurement do you use for the units of Phew, or is Phew something completely different?

It's the same. You can use centimeter, or meter or kilometer depending the radius and the angle size being examined.

Metric L1 PI = 4
Metric L2 PI = 3.14 etc
Metric Lp PI = 3.14 - 4

What metric Lp is phew ie what is your p

Phew is longer than 1/2 outer base lines AKA Pi. Phew magnitude = 3.17157.

What makes phew be powerful in tiny angles is, phew AKA 1/2 C reflects a pure arc, not a number of tiny straight lines that 'resemble' a circle line.

Since phew applies on an arc or circle line, its division process goes steady e.g. for 45° arc = 0.7928932, for 45°/2, arc = 0.7928932/2, for 45°/3, arc = 0.7928932/3 etc.
While series will rely on tangents which are growing lesser in ratio against sines, while sines or inner base lines will grow longer yet limited to be as far as pi magnitude.
For analogy, in series, tangents will be 'faint' as the angles going tynier, on the other hands, phew will be devided steadily.
IOW, the difference between outer base lines and inner base lines will be 'nearly nothing'. It can be said: both lines will end up to be as far as pi magnitude.
And inner base lines, even outer base lines, will be shorter than the arcs, even though the arcs 'visually' lie between outer base lines and inner base lines.

So I repeat again: Don't be under estimate with curved lines.

So you do or dont know what the metric for your system is?

You have to learn to reply without quoting a long previous answer.

#### JackBlack

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##### Re: Don't Claim Something Doesn't Exist : AE Map
« Reply #62 on: October 16, 2019, 01:33:55 PM »
Phew is longer than 1/2 outer base lines
Which means there is no way for it to be correct.

What makes phew be powerful in tiny angles is, phew AKA 1/2 C reflects a pure arc
No it doesn't,
Your number has no connection to an arc at all. Instead you just try to deal with large straight lines and pretend that should resemble an arc for some reason.

Meanwhile, Pi's approximation of an arc actually approximates it, rather than getting it horribly wrong like phew does.

And inner base lines, even outer base lines, will be shorter than the arcs
Again, it is physically impossible for the arc to be longer than the outer base line.
I have proven the arc needs to be shorter.
If you wish to disagree you will need to prove it.

Jack forgot trigonometry. Try again

You sure seem to love throwing out insults, yet have absolutely nothing of substance.

Do you know some basic trig?
Here is one for you:
sin(x)<x<tan(x), for x between 0 and pi/2.

i.e. the arc length lies between the chord and the tangents.

It seems you are the one that forgot it.