The Limit

April 13, 2010
By Carly Bencivenga BRONZE, Huntington Station, New York
Carly Bencivenga BRONZE, Huntington Station, New York
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Please find the limit, the product, the difference of two squares.
We should all have the same answer, same thoughts, same concepts.
No room for creativity, for thinking outside the box, for expressing your thoughts and not Fibonacci's.
Pythagoras had a theorem, and so do I.
To be free from numbers with no meaning, logarithms and equations that really equal nothing.
Add meaning, subtract uniformity, and multiply by creative thoughts.
Pythagoras has an identity, but so do I.
I am not a combination of numbers, rules, and theorems.
I cannot be raised to an exponent or plugged into someone else's equation.
My limit does not exist.

The author's comments:
This is a poem I wrote about my dislike of math.

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