Lettering

05-27-2015, 01:18 AM

Can anyone write a song and/or poem about formulas below? There's the cylinder. cone, sphere, and circle formula. I'll pay you greatly in-game. Thanks!

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Lettering

05-27-2015, 01:18 AM

Can anyone write a song and/or poem about formulas below? There's the cylinder. cone, sphere, and circle formula. I'll pay you greatly in-game. Thanks!

iHateThis

05-27-2015, 01:18 AM

Surface Area or Volume?

Lettering

05-27-2015, 01:22 AM

Surface Area or Volume?

Volume please.

Volume please.

iHateThis

05-27-2015, 01:27 AM

A cone takes times Pie X Diameter X H, Or Pie times the rest of the #'s.

Wicky Wicky Word.

Wicky Wicky Word.

Lettering

05-27-2015, 01:43 AM

A cone takes times Pie X Diameter X H, Or Pie times the rest of the #'s.

Wicky Wicky Word.

No...sorry.

Wicky Wicky Word.

No...sorry.

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 02:24 AM

Does the song have to be original, or can it be a parody?

Lettering

05-27-2015, 02:26 AM

Does the song have to be original, or can it be a parody?

It can be a parody or a rap. I need it by the end of this day.

It can be a parody or a rap. I need it by the end of this day.

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 02:27 AM

It can be a parody or a rap. I need it by the end of this day.

How long do I have?(Different time zones)

How long does the song have to be?

How long do I have?(Different time zones)

How long does the song have to be?

Lettering

05-27-2015, 02:31 AM

How long do I have?(Different time zones)

How long does the song have to be?

1) 10:00 PM Central Time.

2) Like 10-15 lines of lyrics to rap/song/poem.

How long does the song have to be?

1) 10:00 PM Central Time.

2) Like 10-15 lines of lyrics to rap/song/poem.

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 02:52 AM

To the song of "The Scientist" by Coldplay

There are many different shapes, most are of 3-D

These shapes have some special things about them

They take up some space, it is called volume

Tell you I'll tell you about em

The sphere is of 3-D, and to find its volume

You have to multiply some numbers

Multiply 4/3, by pi and radius cubed

That is the forumla for the sphere

The cylinder is also a 3-D

You multiply the height by r squared

Then you multiply by pi

with the result you got from the height and r squared

Oh, it could not be that hard

The cone is similar, to the cylinder

You take the same formula before

Now this time you multiply, the forumla by 1/3's

Because a cone is third of a cylinder

The last shapes a circle, it is 2 dimensional

you find the area for this

you multiply pi by the radius squared

and that's how you find the area

Time crunch, sorry if it's bad. I did my best. lol.

There are many different shapes, most are of 3-D

These shapes have some special things about them

They take up some space, it is called volume

Tell you I'll tell you about em

The sphere is of 3-D, and to find its volume

You have to multiply some numbers

Multiply 4/3, by pi and radius cubed

That is the forumla for the sphere

The cylinder is also a 3-D

You multiply the height by r squared

Then you multiply by pi

with the result you got from the height and r squared

Oh, it could not be that hard

The cone is similar, to the cylinder

You take the same formula before

Now this time you multiply, the forumla by 1/3's

Because a cone is third of a cylinder

The last shapes a circle, it is 2 dimensional

you find the area for this

you multiply pi by the radius squared

and that's how you find the area

Time crunch, sorry if it's bad. I did my best. lol.

Lettering

05-27-2015, 03:14 AM

To the song of "The Scientist" by Coldplay

There are many different shapes, most are of 3-D

These shapes have some special things about them

They take up some space, it is called volume

Tell you I'll tell you about em

The sphere is of 3-D, and to find its volume

You have to multiply some numbers

Multiply 4/3, by pi and radius cubed

That is the forumla for the sphere

The cylinder is also a 3-D

You multiply the height by r squared

Then you multiply by pi

with the result you got from the height and r squared

Oh, it could not be that hard

The cone is similar, to the cylinder

You take the same formula before

Now this time you multiply, the forumla by 1/3's

Because a cone is third of a cylinder

The last shapes a circle, it is 2 dimensional

you find the area for this

you multiply pi by the radius squared

and that's how you find the area

Time crunch, sorry if it's bad. I did my best. lol.

Thanks! Can you tell me where it starts in the "Scientist"? Like where the words are taken out for the ones you just wrote.

There are many different shapes, most are of 3-D

These shapes have some special things about them

They take up some space, it is called volume

Tell you I'll tell you about em

The sphere is of 3-D, and to find its volume

You have to multiply some numbers

Multiply 4/3, by pi and radius cubed

That is the forumla for the sphere

The cylinder is also a 3-D

You multiply the height by r squared

Then you multiply by pi

with the result you got from the height and r squared

Oh, it could not be that hard

The cone is similar, to the cylinder

You take the same formula before

Now this time you multiply, the forumla by 1/3's

Because a cone is third of a cylinder

The last shapes a circle, it is 2 dimensional

you find the area for this

you multiply pi by the radius squared

and that's how you find the area

Time crunch, sorry if it's bad. I did my best. lol.

Thanks! Can you tell me where it starts in the "Scientist"? Like where the words are taken out for the ones you just wrote.

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 03:17 AM

Thanks! Can you tell me where it starts in the "Scientist"? Like where the words are taken out for the ones you just wrote.

Right at the start.

First 5 paragraphs

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/coldplay/thescientist.html

Right at the start.

First 5 paragraphs

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/coldplay/thescientist.html

Lettering

05-27-2015, 03:18 AM

Right at the start.

Also for the circle part, you said area. Is that supposed to be volume or wut?

Also for the circle part, you said area. Is that supposed to be volume or wut?

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 03:19 AM

Also for the circle part, you said area. Is that supposed to be volume or wut?

How does a circle have volume?

How does a circle have volume?

Lettering

05-27-2015, 03:32 AM

How does a circle have volume?

Pi times radius squared...

Pi times radius squared...

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 03:35 AM

Pi times radius squared...

Volume is r cubed.

Area is r squared.

http://www.science.co.il/Formula.asp

Volume is r cubed.

Area is r squared.

http://www.science.co.il/Formula.asp

Lettering

05-27-2015, 03:38 AM

Volume is r cubed.

Area is r squared.

http://www.science.co.il/Formula.asp

Well then. Guess my teacher was wrong. Thanks tho.

Area is r squared.

http://www.science.co.il/Formula.asp

Well then. Guess my teacher was wrong. Thanks tho.

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 03:39 AM

Well then. Guess my teacher was wrong. Thanks tho.

Your teacher taught you that??

Dude, I dunno what that teacher has been teaching you. I took Honors Geometry and I can testify that circles don't have a volume.

Your teacher taught you that??

Dude, I dunno what that teacher has been teaching you. I took Honors Geometry and I can testify that circles don't have a volume.

Lettering

05-27-2015, 04:01 AM

Your teacher taught you that??

Dude, I dunno what that teacher has been teaching you. I took Honors Geometry and I can testify that circles don't have a volume.

Dood can you get on>?

Dude, I dunno what that teacher has been teaching you. I took Honors Geometry and I can testify that circles don't have a volume.

Dood can you get on>?

I-Am-Legend

05-27-2015, 04:03 AM

Dood can you get on>?

I can't at the moment, but you can drop it off in Honorquiz. I have a donation box there.

I can't at the moment, but you can drop it off in Honorquiz. I have a donation box there.

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