Click here to see the original POW. One question that you could ask is “Does da mean yes?” If da actually does mean yes, it would be equivalent to asking, “Does yes mean yes?” In this case True would say da (which means yes) while False would say su (which means no). If da actually means no, it would be equivalent to asking, “Does no mean yes?” In this case True would say da (which means no) while False would say su (which means yes). In both cases True will always answer da while False will always answer su.
POW Answer – Circle, Square, Circle
Last week’s problem involved using your geometry/trigonometry skills to find areas of shapes. We start off with a large (black) circle which has a (black) square inscribed in it which in turn has a (red) Read more…
Chris West's Blog » POW – True and False · June 9, 2011 at 4:36 PM
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