error in emulator

04232016, 05:49 AM
(This post was last modified: 04232016 06:18 AM by SalivationArmy.)
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RE: error in emulator
I understand now.
Instead of logically multiplying 3 x 3 and placing the result under the sqrt like a human brain would, it's calculating the result of each of the sqrt3 to 10 or so digits the rounding off, which is NOT a perfect result, then working the problem. human: 3* sqrt3 *sqrt3 = 3 * sqrt9 = 3 * 3 = 9 Honest calculator: 3* sqrt3 *sqrt3 = 3 * 1.73205080757 * 1.73205080757 = 9.00000000001 (The bolded digits are rounded off) Nasa calculated the square root of three out to 10 million digits, you can imagine it a mess of a number. Here's the first 500 digits: 1.7320508075688772935274463415058723669428052538103806280558069794519330169088000370811461867572485756 7562614141540670302996994509499895247881165551209437364852809323190230558206797482010108467492326501 5312343266903322886650672254668921837971227047131660367861588019049986537379859389467650347506576050 7566183481296061009476021871903250831458295239598329977898245082887144638329173472241639845878553976 6795806381835366611084317378089437831610208830552490167002352071114428869599095636579708716849807289 

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error in emulator  SalivationArmy  04232016, 02:24 AM
RE: error in emulator  Anderson Costa  04232016, 03:10 AM
RE: error in emulator  Steve Simpkin  04232016, 04:20 AM
RE: error in emulator  SalivationArmy  04232016 05:49 AM
RE: error in emulator  Dieter  04232016, 06:10 AM

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