A Mathematical Rant

April 22, 2018
By dy/dx GOLD, Edina, Minnesota
dy/dx GOLD, Edina, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
"So what’s calculus? In a sentence: If it moves at a varying speed, if it has a curvy shape, if it has a maximum that you’d like to find, or if it involves adding up an infinite number of terms, then you’re probably looking at calculus." - Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph. D.


y = x to the power of ½.
That equation makes me laugh!
One over y = cosine of ?.
That equation makes me sigh!
y = 2x2 - x.
That's more interesting than a T-rex!
12x2 - y3 = 24.
Differentiating it is not a chore.


The author's comments:

I wrote this poem (and other math poems) for my math teacher.


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dy/dx GOLD said...
on Apr. 27 at 9:30 pm
dy/dx GOLD, Edina, Minnesota
13 articles 0 photos 3 comments

Favorite Quote:
"So what’s calculus? In a sentence: If it moves at a varying speed, if it has a curvy shape, if it has a maximum that you’d like to find, or if it involves adding up an infinite number of terms, then you’re probably looking at calculus." - Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph. D.

Note: The "?" is supposed to be a pi symbol; the website seems not to have registered the pi symbol.


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