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Maybe it wasn't so belated then.I didn't know it either.

brethren is a plural form of brotherStrongly disagree ... One of the reasons I like reading him is his rather positive self-evaluation

The plural of "mother" should be "methren".

Góðan daginn.

cistern isn't the plural of sisterbrethren is a plural form of brother

The plural ofcistern isn't the plural of sister

If you want to find the area of a triangle, you multiply the height of a triangle with its base and, since a triangle is only half a rectangle, you divide it by two.OK, I'm not even going to try to understand.

If you want to find the area of a circle, you essentially pretend that its radius is the height and that its circumference is its base.

This gives you r [the height] * 2πr [the circumference, its base] divided by 2, which is

πr² --- which is the formula for the area of a circle.

If you want to find the area of a triangle, you multiply the height of a triangle with its base and, since a triangle is only half a rectangle, you divide it by two.

If you want to find the area of a circle, you essentially pretend that its radius is the height and that its circumference is its base.

This gives you r [the height] * 2πr [the circumference, its base] divided by 2, which is

πr² --- which is the formula for the area of a circle.

This calls for an introduction to calculus :

This is really cool! I definitely never noticed that.If you want to find the area of a triangle, you multiply the height of a triangle with its base and, since a triangle is only half a rectangle, you divide it by two.

If you want to find the area of a circle, you essentially pretend that its radius is the height and that its circumference is its base.

This gives you r [the height] * 2πr [the circumference, its base] divided by 2, which is

πr² --- which is the formula for the area of a circle.