Today, I had trouble solving a math problem. I asked someone to help me and he...– www.mylifeisaverage.com Story of my life. Good thing I don’t have to take math this year. (8 (via snesselfous)
Joke #7: Maths Lesson
miss-celica: A professor of mathematics sent a fax to his wife. It read: “Dear wife, You must realize that you are 54 years old and I have certain needs which you are no longer able to satisfy. I am otherwise happy with you as a wife, and I sincerely hope you will not be hurt or offended to learn that by the time you receive this letter, I will be at the Grand Hotel with my 18-year-old teaching...
Love is calculus. It is when you differentiate a... →
thebestfeeling: forca: (via tellmelove)
Me: ARE YOU PUMPED FOR PHYSICS TOMORROW?
Chris: I CAN'T FUCKING WAIT
Chris: I LOVE ENERGY
Chris: AND INERTIA
Me: FUCKING ELECTROSCOPES AND CIRCUTS, BEAUTIFUL.
Chris: POTENTIAL ENERGY = POTENTIAL JIZZ-IN-PANTS
Me: POTENTIAL JIZZ IN PANTS? MORE LIKE DEFINITE JIZZ IN PANTS.
Chris: ELECTROSTATIC CONSTANT...MORE LIKE CONSTANT FUN
Me: E=MC^2? I HAVE MY FUCKING WAY WITH THAT FORMULA. ALL DAY EVERYDAY.
Chris: WHEN I HEAR THAT THERE'S A PHYSICS REGENTS GOING ON SOMEWHERE, I RUN TO IT FASTER THAN C
Me: THE KINETIC ENERGY I'M DEVELOPING IN MY EXCITEMENT COULD POWER A CHINESE FACTORY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS.
Chris: IF YOU HAD TO MEASURE MY EXCITEMENT, IT WOULD HAVE TO BE IN TERA- UNITS
Me: FUCK YEAH PHYSICS
Me: GREATEST SHIT ON THE PLANET.
Chris: AP PHYSICS SENIORS '010!
Me: FUCK YEAH I'M JUST GOING TO TAKE ALL AP SCIENCES NEXT YEAR
Chris: sweet, me too!!
Chris: fuck chamber choir, honestly
Me: fuck music altogether. calculus is far more important
Chris: or as i like to call it, gaymber choir.
I will add up what you mean to me but I cannot do...
beautifuldirtyrich: forca: my math book likes to make me suffer. switch math with drawing and yes that’s me too.
IF YOU CAN'T DO THE MATH, THEN GET OUT OF THE...
txtsfrmlstnght: (541): my math teacher staples burger king applications to failed tests
Chutes and Ladders boosts preschoolers'... →
shawnblog: I confess that although I did play both of these games as a child, I had to search for images on Flickr to jog my memory. The Chutes and Ladders board is a grid of 100 squares, which is a great visual representation of counting 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, etc. You move by rolling a die, so the game play is accessible to any child who can count to six, and yet players are still exposed to the...
I love you more than mathematics and marshmallows.– (via deepndpurple)