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Square root of 2 and 3


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Here are links to find the square root of 2 and 3.
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Yeah, so? Is there a point?
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Just thought it was interesting... Ha sorry.
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:) Ok. It jut seemed very...random. Like you were just perusing some small corner of the Internet and - aha - there it is! The square root of 2 and 3!
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I tried copying and pasting that number into my calculator....it froze. Lol.
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Which One? One of them is to the approximately 100,000 digits, and the other to approximately 1,000,000.
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Square root of 2.
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I tried copying and pasting that number into my calculator....it froze. Lol.

Try this one.
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I watched my CPU usage jump to around 40% while I was on there, and back to 0 when I closed that window.

This calculation will use 1÷√2, or 70.7%, of your CPU and continue forever


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Interesting site. Didn't actually think it's going to slow me down, but it did.
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