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Y = mX + b m = 0

Y^2 + X^2 = R^2
(Y-a)^2 + (X-b)^2 = R^2 t (b,a)


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πrē ?

pi are not squared, cake are squared.

pi are round.
Pie R round, cornbread R square.

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It was a question. Referring to the vacuum between the ears.
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im in the phase of having the sheetrock installed. They are installing 12 ft sheets.
I wonder if the 5/8 sheet is one eight heavier that half an inch.
Without doing any math I think not. What is your opinion?

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im in the phase of having the sheetrock installed. They are installing 12 ft sheets.
I wonder if the 5/8 sheet is one eight heavier that half an inch.
Without doing any math I think not. What is your opinion?

1/8 is a 1/4 of 4/8ths.... so it is 25% heavier.


so whatever a sheet weighs, multiply by 1.25

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im in the phase of having the sheetrock installed. They are installing 12 ft sheets.
I wonder if the 5/8 sheet is one eight heavier that half an inch.
Without doing any math I think not. What is your opinion?
If you have ever carried any of it you know for sure 5/8" is way heavier than 1/2".

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The " i think not" was for tricking the reader.
I would think on the same line as John. If the sheet was 1/8 inch and you'd make it 1/4 inch you would double the weight.
Now on to the next question: he installs it for $10.00 per 1/2 inch sheet.
He wants $15.00 for 5/8 sheet.
Is the 25% heavier piece 50% harder to install?

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