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    radical operator

    What is the sign for a radical?

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    Oh and also sqrt()

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    There's me, trying my damnedest to resist a similar response...


    Quote Originally Posted by Fumigator View Post
    Where do some of these people learn, (or not, in this case), to spell.

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    Yeah... but I guess I can see the struggle. You start with "L".... ok, so far so good. Lyyyy... Lyyyy... must be a Y. Now you have "LY".... well shoot nothing looks right after "LY".... Lyyyaaaaa, Lyyyyaaaa... You are so stuck, once you fell into that whole "LY" pitfall! May as well go with an "E"! From here on out it's a breeze to end with "R". "LYER". Bravo, mister speller man!

    (That one wasn't really an actual sign but when it popped up in bing image search I couldn't help but include it)

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    Thanks guys, lol.


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