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No problem.

The volume is now easy to compute.

I participated in the competition organized by our country, but that's pretty much it.

Hi Agnishom

Yes.

Hi Shivam

Yeah, bobbym changed it manually.

Or, even more simple - grass.

Because some words contain swear words without being swear words themselves.

He changed it manually.

You cannot regex, because you don't really want the filter to always check the words.

Because the filter doesn't check parts of words.

bobbym wrote:

You got that from this?

Yep.

The first language I learned was Pascal.

ShivamS wrote:

Tangram wrote:But really, any language that Turing complete is functionally equivalent to any other.

Not really.

Agreed. There's a reason no real programmers use Brainmath.

bobbym wrote:

Is it a fourth degree equation?

Yes, it is.

Cardano could solve this by hand.

I think I'm something between the first two.

What about you, bobbym?

Hi jjoy and Bob

Well, the opposite sides are equal and parallel...

Haven't checked your new solution yet, but XX'YY' is not an isosceles trapezium, it's a parallelogram.

EDIT: Actually, yes, it's both, but calling it a parallelogram is more restrictive.

EDIT #2: And, yes, it is also a rectangle

It works in Chrome for me, too.

Hi Bob

How would you use Pythag on YY'Z? It's not a right triangle.

Hi moore1967

Welcome to the forum!

What is your favourite colour?

Multiply the second equation by yz then subtract itbfrom the third equation.

You also get quoted a lot.