<poll>User:Dalek James is suggesting that we link prime numbers wiki (this wiki) to irrational numbers wiki (link http://irrational-numbers.wikia.com/wiki/). What do you primers think?

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Now, for the QOTD. A circle with a radius of 4sqrt(3) is inscribed inside a regular hexagon...

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User:Dalek James is suggesting that we link prime numbers wiki (this wiki) to irrational numbers wiki (link http://irrational-numbers.wikia.com/wiki/). What do you primers think?

Now, for the QOTD. A circle with a radius of 4sqrt(3) is inscribed inside a regular hexagon...

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