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 08-01-2007 #1 lauren_tlmr Guest   Posts: n/a Why is the language of mathematics useful in the study of the motion of celestial bodies?
 08-01-2007 #2 comethunter Guest   Posts: n/a Because the use of triangles can determine distances
 08-01-2007 #3 blondnirvana Guest   Posts: n/a because using hands and feet does not bring you that far in this
 08-01-2007 #4 nrao_kid Guest   Posts: n/a The answer is so self-evident. You got another better way?
 08-01-2007 #5 Tim O Guest   Posts: n/a Mathematics is the language of science. The length of a toothpick sitting on my desk is the same length of the same toothpick drifting in space 10 million light years away. Math does not change.Unless, of course, we discover a 4th dimension. THEN all the rules change and we have to start over! That would ****!
 08-01-2007 #6 johnandeileen2000 Guest   Posts: n/a Mathematics is the language of science, without it we can be sure of nothing that is proposed.

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