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The inch (and all other US units) are defined in terms of the SI (aka metric) system.
and the agreed definition of the inch is exactly 2.54 cm.
wikipedia:
Traditional standards for the exact length of an inch have varied in the past, but since the adoption of the international yard during the 1950s and 1960s it...
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Best answer: The inch (and all other US units) are defined in terms of the SI (aka metric) system.
and the agreed definition of the inch is exactly 2.54 cm.
wikipedia:
Traditional standards for the exact length of an inch have varied in the past, but since the adoption of the international yard during the 1950s and 1960s it has been based on the metric system and defined as exactly 2.54 cm.
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(1 - √3) results in a negative number.
When you square it, it becomes positive.
Then the square root of a positive number is a positive number.
So you won't get the starting negative number that you started with. you get the opposite of that, so:
- (1 - √3)
If we distribute the -1, we get:
-1 + √3
And...
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Best answer: (1 - √3) results in a negative number.
When you square it, it becomes positive.
Then the square root of a positive number is a positive number.
So you won't get the starting negative number that you started with. you get the opposite of that, so:
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starting at 0, when counting continues or plotting the points on a line, 0.22 will come first and 0.83 will come next. So, obviously 0.83 is grater than 0.22.
Best answer: starting at 0, when counting continues or plotting the points on a line, 0.22 will come first and 0.83 will come next. So, obviously 0.83 is grater than 0.22.