## Tweet-Math

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Infinity is a genuine math concept that has its basis in the

unboundedness of counting or of divvying up a continuous

line. <125 characters>

[The rule here is no longer than 200 characters, math-related

only, and for the purpose of discussion without running off

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unboundedness of counting or of divvying up a continuous

line. <125 characters>

[The rule here is no longer than 200 characters, math-related

only, and for the purpose of discussion without running off

or aground ... so no big arguments or multi-posts.]

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

The square on the hypotenuse of a right triangle is exactly

equal in area to the sum of the areas of the squares on the

other two sides - Pythagorus. <150 characters>

equal in area to the sum of the areas of the squares on the

other two sides - Pythagorus. <150 characters>

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

The exponential constant raised to the power of

the imaginary unit and the circular constant equals

the negative unit.

the imaginary unit and the circular constant equals

the negative unit.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

Any prime leaving a remainder of one when divided by four is expressible as the sum of two positive squares.

- mathsman1963
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### Re: Tweet-Math

Every prime is one away from a multiple of six except for two and three.

- davar55
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The numeric value of pi is not the solution of

any polynomial equation with all coefficients

being integers.

any polynomial equation with all coefficients

being integers.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

A prime natural number cannot be expressed as

the product of two natural numbers different from

one and itself.

the product of two natural numbers different from

one and itself.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

If it's true of one, and it's always true of one more, then it's true of all.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

Two plus three is five, as is known by every child alive.

- davar55
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Four plus three is seven.

And seven's odd not even.

(Do sight rhymes count?)

(Short math poems... I like it.)

And seven's odd not even.

(Do sight rhymes count?)

(Short math poems... I like it.)

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

Two out of three ain't bad, but one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

The nth root of a non-negative integer is irrational

if the integer is not itself an nth power of an integer

if n is an integer greater than one.

It is however not transcendental because it is algebraic.

if the integer is not itself an nth power of an integer

if n is an integer greater than one.

It is however not transcendental because it is algebraic.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

One plus two plus three is six.

- davar55
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### Re: Tweet-Math

1 and 9 are the only perfect squares whose decimal representation consists entirely of odd digits.

- mathsman1963
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