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It Does in Math-Land by Kaxen6 It Does in Math-Land by Kaxen6
A kid was learning about positives and negatives in math today and brought up that "two wrongs don't make a right"


Well, you could probably anthropomorphize Math as a Spock-like entity, minus when you yell at him to get an imagination.... then everything starts getting kinda weird. I HATE YOU, IMAGINARY NUMBERS! Actually, I hate everything after Algebra...
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InfiniteFruit Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Sadly I hate math too much to be allowed into Math-Land. :|
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SuperiorMushroom Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011
Ha ha. This is awesome!! I tutored kids at a secondary school while taking a calculus class. I often found it frustrating going from sigmas, second derivatives and horizontal tangents to multiplying two negatives. I'm also no teacher. . . which made it so much harder. . .
I am so glad to see that I am not alone in trying to convert children to math! Math always has answers! :D
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Effortless-Stef Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011   Writer
|:-[ This is awesome, but it seems like ZeKarmi is a cynical math wizard, like myself. :D
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EveningOkami Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Two Wrights make a plane
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crazyxangel Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011
I wish I could favorite comments, I SO would fave this one
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6-Qubed Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011
What planet has that kid been living on? Two wrongs make a right all the time.
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Biotype Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Agreed.
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HydraCorinthian Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011  Student General Artist
i agree 200% with math-land rules
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kimarous Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011
I feel your pain. I keep trying to explain to people how many things considered "opposites" are really matters of "absence"; i.e. "cold is the absence of heat; it has a limit, while heat does not". While I've been trying to assert this ideal for many things, those stupid INTEGERS keep disrupting my theory!
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