@t1_hopscotch

(Oh! I forgot I made this! It was such a long time ago)

Too bad I can't move this to the math topic anymore

## Detailed Proof

Yes! I love this! I had showed how to do that to my math teacher and class, but they all got very upset at me. My math teacher said that it was on a curved surface, so it didn't count. Little did I know about Reimannian Geometry which is all about curved surfaces!

I gave then a second proof. If you have 2 parallel lines on a graph, they can still reach each other at infinity. What I mean is that they are at an infinitesimally small angle, so that they will never be any closer to each other (until they reach infinity). We can prove this with this mind bending stantement:

Does 0.999.. = 1?

1/3 = 0.333..

3(1/3) = 3(0.333..)

3/3 = 0.999..

And we know that 3/3 = 1, so..

1 = 0.999..

So now 0.000..1 = 0. A line having that angle will never move until it reaches infinity.

Who can make a triangle who's angles add up to less than 180°?

Wanna make a topic about this to see what other people think?