Vomits alphabet into paper. .. Everyone gets the jokes, and I'm just sitting here, trying to beat my calculator into doing my math for me. Vomits alphabet into paper Everyone gets the jokes and I'm just sitting here trying to beat my calculator doing math for me
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#2 - dcj
Reply +164
(03/08/2014) [-]
Everyone gets the jokes, and I'm just sitting here, trying to beat my ****** calculator into doing my math for me.
#23 to #2 - wliia
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(03/09/2014) [-]
What math won't your calculator do for you?
#1 - Niathaur
Reply +93
(03/08/2014) [-]
best pickup line ere: will you be the sine wave to my cosine wave with ever increasing frequency?
#21 to #1 - netgames
Reply +2
(03/09/2014) [-]
according to zeno's paradox, you will never stop counting how long my penis is
#39 to #1 - artjunk
Reply +4
(03/09/2014) [-]
Pickup line? ***** that's a proposal.
#7 to #1 - spyrothehedgehog
Reply +13
(03/08/2014) [-]
I'd like to be tangent to your curve
#60 to #7 - anon
Reply 0
(03/09/2014) [-]
Meet up once and never meet again..
#6 - include
Reply +79
(03/08/2014) [-]
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#22 to #6 - wliia
Reply +1
(03/09/2014) [-]
Well, technically a tangent like can cross at multiple points. For example in the graph to the right the tangent line passes through the graph twice. A tangent line is not a line that crosses a function once. A better way of explaining it would be to imagine the tangent line crossing the curve at point P would be to define point Q as any other point on the curve. The secant line joining point P and point Q would become the tangent line when Q is brought to and is point P.    
   
So a tangent line could possible cross a line an infinite number of times (An easy example would be either tangent line with slope = 0 on either the sin or the cos functions.)
Well, technically a tangent like can cross at multiple points. For example in the graph to the right the tangent line passes through the graph twice. A tangent line is not a line that crosses a function once. A better way of explaining it would be to imagine the tangent line crossing the curve at point P would be to define point Q as any other point on the curve. The secant line joining point P and point Q would become the tangent line when Q is brought to and is point P.

So a tangent line could possible cross a line an infinite number of times (An easy example would be either tangent line with slope = 0 on either the sin or the cos functions.)
#38 to #22 - homebray
Reply +1
(03/09/2014) [-]
Or you could understand it's a joke and not be anal about it
#4 - schmuxy
Reply +39
(03/08/2014) [-]
**schmuxy rolled user snohball ** I want to intersect continuously with you
**schmuxy rolled user snohball ** I want to intersect continuously with you
#36 to #4 - Metallicock
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(03/09/2014) [-]
Hey I was looking for this, thanks!
#13 to #4 - hawaiianhappysauce
Reply +1
(03/08/2014) [-]
Oh god...
#27 to #4 - ohhh
Reply +3
(03/09/2014) [-]
How in gods **** did they get away with that?
#37 to #27 - heydany
Reply +2
(03/09/2014) [-]
as dubslao said, that's the version from adult swim
#33 to #27 - dubslao
Reply -1
(03/09/2014) [-]
ohhh that's the adult version
#5 to #4 - snohball
Reply +4
(03/08/2014) [-]
Ooooo okay!
#32 - zbrlzisthebomb
Reply +32
(03/09/2014) [-]
Mathematicians and scientists are some of the worlds most inspirational people
#3 - pokemonstheshiz
Reply +30
(03/08/2014) [-]
#31 - mustaches
Reply +25
(03/09/2014) [-]
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#8 - anon
Reply 0
(03/08/2014) [-]
parallel lines meet in infinity...

Does your education really suck that bad?
#9 to #8 - teoberry
Reply 0
(03/08/2014) [-]
In conventional math, no, they do not, since if x is 5 and the other x is 10 they will never cross. If infinity means a single point, then yes they would cross, but that's kind of stupid imo
#90 to #8 - eddymatagallos
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(04/01/2015) [-]
You speak as if that was an actual existing thing, rather than just a pure definition. In Euclidean geometry its an axiom that they don't intersect. In proyective geometry, the fact that they intersect in infinity is also by definition.
#11 to #8 - ipmules
Reply +17
(03/08/2014) [-]
In Euclidean geometry, no. And given the fact that Euclidean geometry is the only **** students learn unless they study mathematics at the university, it's not education "suck[ing] that bad." It's that people like you learn a fun detail like that, but have absolutely no understanding of the context.
#12 - specialone
Reply +11
(03/08/2014) [-]
*Maths
#53 to #12 - nibbero ONLINE
Reply +2
(03/09/2014) [-]
#35 - mrgoodlove
Reply +4
(03/09/2014) [-]
That was beautiful until the end