Fundamental Theorem of Engineering

Proof of Fundamental Theorems of Engineering

Theorem 1: π2=g\Large \bold{\pi ^2 = g}

Theorem 2: sin(x)=x\Large \bold{\sin(x) = x}

Theorem 3: e=2\Large \bold{e = 2}

Proof of theorem 1:

π2=9\pi^2 = 9, g=9.8g = 9.8

Therefore π2=g\boxed{\pi^2 = g}

Proof of theorem 2:

sin(0.52)=0.5\sin(0.52) = 0.5

Therefore sin(x)=x\boxed{\sin(x) = x}

Proof of theorem 3:

e=2e = 2

Note by Krishna Karthik
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@Krishna Karthik by the way I also like Chopin very much.

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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Really? Which piece do you like the most?

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik Equally all piece.

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug Come on; give me some of your favourites.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug What about Ballade in F minor?

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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I'm currently playing his waltzes; Grande Valse Brilliante Op. 18,Farewell waltz, and Op 64 no 2

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik Nice bro.
I have a guitar.

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug You've listened to those waltzes, right? They're amazing. Just practicing Grande Valse atm.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik @Krishna Karthik I have listened all of them..

By the way which is your favorite song.??

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug I don't have a favourite; I like these:

Ballade in F minor

Ballade in G minor

Waltz Op. 64 No.2

Waltz Op. 42

Waltz Op 34. no 1

Waltz op 69 no 2

Op. 18

Nocturnes op 27

Nocturnes op 9

Polonaise "tragique" Grande Polonaise brilliante Polonaise "heroique"

And some others.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik @Krishna Karthik octurnes op 27 Nocturnes op 9 this one is literally awesome

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug Yeah; I have played them. They are very good. Played them for a school concert once.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug Sadly, I can't really play Ballade in F minor. Just too hard for me lol F minor ballade is my favourite ballade.

Btw, I also love Piano Concerto no. 1 in E minor. It's great.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik @Krishna Karthik use python code to play them. Ha ha ha lol

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug Won't give the same satisfaction as having the pieces down on your fingers, sadly.

The thing about his Op. 18 and stuff is that it's playable, even though it's at a very high level. I can play parts of Ballade in G minor, and some of the études, but yeah, his F minor ballade is apparently one of the hardest pieces for piano.

It took me about 4 years of piano before I could finally play Chopin. Totally worth it.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik what do you want to accomplish??

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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?? What do you mean?

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik the value of e is 2.718 how can be it equal to 2

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug I'm kidding. It's a meme. It's just an internet joke. Look up "fundamental theorem of engineering meme".

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik @Krishna Karthik if you don't mind. This is *Brilliant * not a site to post jokes.
Please delete this note.

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug Bruh I'm a troll. I'm most certainly not a serious person

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Lil Doug It's a joke to poke fun at engineers because of the stereotype that engineers round everything. If you round e down, you get 2.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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@Krishna Karthik the photo you have posted in the end, is it your photo?

Lil Doug - 1 week ago

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Yes. It is my photo.

Krishna Karthik - 1 week ago

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That is what I look like.

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