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I LIKE IT LOL

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creativity from the students)
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2 Jajas = a lovely laugh, senora.
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Maybe we should learn from exp(x)’s feelings and try to integrate everyone ;) ^_^
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+Martin Brandstätter yes ... integrate partialy, not with x
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LOL!!!!!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Have you noticed?
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Best poll answer ever (I love self-reference):

- Why Americans are so ignorant and apathetic about politics?
- I don't know nor do I care.
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+Cristobal Bravo
You're the troll. ...if you're fat, just exercise more.
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All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.
All squares are rhombuses, but not all rhombuses are squares.
All circles are ellipses, but not all ellipses are circles.
All triangles are triangles :)
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"Typically": There are outliers, but the most common definition is "exactly one", not "at least one".

We could say the same thing about kites and rhombi (that a rhombus is a special kind of kite), but "kite" is usually defined such that rhombi are not kites.

Wolfram MathWorld is an outlier in that it specifically states that a rhombus is a special kind of kite (http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Kite.html), but is non-committal on a parallelogram being a special kind of trapezoid.

Then again, the same can be said of ellipses and circles: A circle is a degenerate ellipse, a rhombus is a degenerate kite, a parallelogram is a degenerate trapezoid.

However, there is one problematic point in allowing parallelograms to be trapezoids: It complicates the definition of "isosceles trapezoid". If parallelograms are not trapezoids, then "isosceles trapezoid" (which is, taxonomically speaking, more interesting than a trapezoid) can be defined as "a trapezoid with one pair of opposite congruent sides", and has the characteristic that the base angles are congruent. If parallelograms are allowed to be trapezoids, then the definition of "isosceles trapezoid" has to include "a trapezoid with one pair of opposite congruent sides and two pairs of congruent base angles".

We can define terms however we please, but deviating from the standard can create issues elsewhere.
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awesome man
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And if the small numerator and large denominator ever decide to switch places, it would not be proper.....
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+Samuel Bucquet a fraction with numerator > denominator is called improper, not in the sense of a dirty apartment :D
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Here is a math joke I got from my math teacher.

What does the math book says to another math book?

You got problems!
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me too +David Kotschessa , but not with this one!
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What is this sorcery?!? O___O
 
Infinite Chocolate Bar Trick

It's actually a simple maths puzzle that has been around for several years. When the diagonal cut is made from the second bar on the left side up to the third bar on the right, it allows the person moving the chocolate to sneakily take out an extra layer along the width of the bar, making the third from bottom row smaller.

This missing layer is equivalent to the square taken and put into the cup, but is hardly noticeable because the viewer counts each square - and doesn't actually measure the chocolate bar.

Put simply - the missing chocolate square is taken off the length of the bar, instead of a gap in the top left corner.

If you were to perform the trick yourself using a ruler then you'd notice the difference in size between before and after ㋡

Sources: goo.gl/mWOz6p | goo.gl/oIO19J
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Wait, what?!! MIND BLOWN!!
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What is the ratio of 4 over14? Explain its meaning! Please help thannks

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The meaning is that, of every 14 parts of something, 4 of them have a particular attribute. For instance, if 4 : 14 students have blond hair, and you have 1400 students in a school, 400 of them will have blond hair. If a flour mixture is 4 : 14 wheat, that means that if you want to make 7 cups of the flour mixture, you will need 2 cups of wheat.
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My brain hurts!
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+rafiq ullah According to a friend, that's when you don't use a condom :)
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Yes - I totally fell for this one (of course) :)

https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/2016/08/10/if-euclid-became-an-oak/
You and me? We’re just Euclid’s acorns.
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Life as a Math Student
Daydreaming about solving one of the Millennium Problems instead of listening to the lecturer.
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Hahahaha so true 😂😂😂
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Remember the Area 51 video game? I was going to develop a game called Slope 51 but I thought it would be too derivative : )
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Gay.
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