Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Happy Pythagorean Triple Day!

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This is the first one this century that didn't happen during the school year, unless you count 8/6/10.

I was teaching for 3/4/5, 6/8/10, 5/12/13, and 9/12/15 (and their permutations), although I'd have to check which of those were actually school days and not weekends or holidays.

The ones that we have left to go in this century are 12/16/20, 7/24/25 and 10/24/26. Sadly, I won't be retired by then.




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Friday, August 11, 2017

Science Rocks!

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He'll try again tomorrow with a clean slate.




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Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Nine-Point Convex

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RIP Glen Campbell, Country Boy with True Grit

I really wanted to write a couple of verses to this, but I also really wanted this up today. So I might come back to it later. I might even ask for help on this one.




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Monday, August 07, 2017

Mama's Preferences

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p: you like the way you look that much; q: you should go and love yourself.




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Saturday, August 05, 2017

(x, why?) Mini: Split Into Four

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Any conclusions drawn are left as an exercise to the reader.




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Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Slap on the Back

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Numeric practical jokes. You have to figure that ''Kick Me'' doesn't work well when you don't have feet(*). Or meters.

This is a very rare rear glimpse of the numeric characters. I've only done this, I believe, once before, and that was part of the joke.

And I haven't really used these guys in quite a while. I need to use them more often. And give more of them actual names.




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