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# Finding X

By: in10RjFox
Written on February 20th, 2013
By: in10RjFox
Age: 36-40 , Male
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• One day you should ask her : Now that we have learnt differntiation ? Can we learn integration ? :-)

Feb 22
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'cult called Diffi' ~ Agree!
Good one!

Feb 21
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• Love the ode to math. What is maths without the differentials? If you have problems with x and y you can always choose others or may be invent some of your own. :-)

Feb 21
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• Hey Math, If there were so many variables and the emotional coefficients are not clear, how can one solve a complex equation ? All we have is that a, b and c attach themselves to x, y and z. Both sides are a mystery with a deemed equality in between and the difference gets exponential at some point. To start with, should one begin by rewriting one of the equations, moving a variable to the other side, as a step to resolve the others ?

Feb 20
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• It will be interesting to assign emotional qualities to these variables as in a hugs x and so on.....

Feb 21
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• Haha, yeah. We should have equations like :

Affection Plus Beauty Whole Squared = Affection Squared + Beauty Squared + 2 x Affection x Beauty.

We had a naughty teacher in college for a short while, who once in a while referred to Numerator as Nr, then as Nurse. Denominator as Dr, then Doctor. He said stuff like 'First, put the doctor in the bottom. Then put the Nurse on top'. :-) :-) I think the guys and gals went out and tried out that stuff, instead of trying out the equations. :-) :-)

Feb 21
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• LOL!... maybe there were practically trying to equate..

Feb 21
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• @ Thoughtbubble: Please do post this anecdote under "I love jokes and riddles". How come you never post jokes? You have so many up your sleeve. I bet you haven't even joined that group.

Feb 23
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