Hi! I've found a better Riemann Triangle to be 630 degrees and not 270 degrees as formerly known!
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The True Riemann Triangle  630 degrees, not 270 deg

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Re: The True Riemann Triangle  630 degrees, not 270 deg
Can you remind us what a Riemann triangle is? It doesn't have a Wikipedia entry, and surely that is the standard for requiring someone to explain it
In any event whatever you're doing, 630  270 = 360, and angles are congruent mod 360. So you haven't done anything except run around in a circle.
ps  On your FB page you copyrighted this? I hate to tell you, you don't have any intellectual property rights to the fact that adding 360 degrees to an angle gives you back the same angle. But I'd love to see an explanation of what all this is about.
The picture on the right looks like a kidney bean. Is that part of the plan?
In any event whatever you're doing, 630  270 = 360, and angles are congruent mod 360. So you haven't done anything except run around in a circle.
ps  On your FB page you copyrighted this? I hate to tell you, you don't have any intellectual property rights to the fact that adding 360 degrees to an angle gives you back the same angle. But I'd love to see an explanation of what all this is about.
The picture on the right looks like a kidney bean. Is that part of the plan?

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Re: The True Riemann Triangle  630 degrees, not 270 deg
Hi wtf
It is explained by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliptic_geometry.
Which is part of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NonEuclidean_geometry that also includes Riemann geometry!
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Ps: Euclidean triangles are 180 degrees.
It is explained by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliptic_geometry.
Which is part of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NonEuclidean_geometry that also includes Riemann geometry!
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Ps: Euclidean triangles are 180 degrees.
Re: The True Riemann Triangle  630 degrees, not 270 deg
You have two lengthy Wiki pages that I wasn't motivated to read. If someone says that although mathematicians think some angle is x, you've shown that it's really x + 360, I don't need to know what you're talking about to know that your idea is trivial. x and x + 360 are two real numbers representing the exact same angle.
If you can't explain in your own words what you're doing, I'm afraid I won't be clicking on links.
If you can't explain in your own words what you're doing, I'm afraid I won't be clicking on links.
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