Math Homework with Toadbert

Lario

Seems so long ago.
That bears a resemblance to my geometry homework, but with time times the amount of shapes drawn on there.
 

Mario4Ever

A price for everything.
Retired Wiki Staff
That's "calmly assessing the situation"?
 

Vinnie927

I've learned that no avatar is the best avatar.
^He was calm when he was finished and it's how you feel when you finished that counts :posh:
 

Dr. Javelin

Nathan Latsk
Math in class: 1 + 1 = 2

Math in homework: 1 + 2 + 1 = 4

The math test:

Johnny had one apple and two oranges.

a) Calculate the sun's mass.
b) Find the answer to the meaning of life.
c) Write paragraph answers to the above questions and cite sources in MLA format.
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
GigaKoloktos said:
At first I thought the title referred to the character that appeared in Mario and Luigi:Partners in Time and Bowser's Inside Story.
Toadbert is BEEEAAARRRS's real username.
 

schmutz

welcome to the hotel waluigi
Dr. Javelin said:
Math in class: 1 + 1 = 2

Math in homework: 1 + 2 + 1 = 4

The math test:

Johnny had one apple and two oranges.

a) Calculate the sun's mass.
b) Find the answer to the meaning of life.
c) Write paragraph answers to the above questions and cite sources in MLA format.
That's NOTHING compared to my AP Chemistry tests:

Carbon has 6 protons. Find the boiling point of a .356 molal solution of ammonium hydroxide in acetic acid on the moon. Then find the empirical formula of C54H3N81OH2. Keep in mind that "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" is about someone contemplating suicide. When you're done, multiply the two answers together and divide by the cosine of theta in a right triangle with the adjacent leg measuring 400 nanometers and the opposite leg measuring 3 light-years. This quiz is worth 10000000000000000000 points.
 

Lario

Seems so long ago.
^ A scientific calculator should do the trick. It's not too hard once you recognize how it all works. It takes me some time to get some new things through my head, though.

@ Nabber: The triangle mid-segment theorem. I did the work for one of the questions wrong, and it went all downhill from there. It was all done on the backside of a sheet of paper with a previous assignment on the other side. I pretty much filled up all the space on this side. After I finished all the problems, I drew dark, bold boundaries between most of the questions and their work.
 

Nabber

Artisanal Cheese Taster
Lario said:
^ A scientific calculator should do the trick. It's not too hard once you recognize how it all works. It takes me some time to get some new things through my head, though.

@ Nabber: The triangle mid-segment theorem. I did the work for one of the questions wrong, and it went all downhill from there. It was all done on the backside of a sheet of paper with a previous assignment on the other side. I pretty much filled up all the space on this side. After I finished all the problems, I drew dark, bold boundaries between most of the questions and their work.
Oh god I hate proving theorems. They Pythagorean proof wasn't too bad but it's a good thing our teacher does all of them for us.

Also I always thought that Stopping by a woods on a Snowy Evening was about a guy who was going to murder someone.
 

Lario

Seems so long ago.
^ The Shining came to mind thanks to that.

Today we did some more triangle and proportional related problems with things like the median and altitude. It wasn't hard at all, though, and I didn't have to do much work. Such is life
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Messed Up Freakshow of Cryptic Sarcasm said:
War is peace.
Freedom is ignorance.
Ignorance is strength.
ALL HAIL INGSOC!!

EDIT: That should be "Freedom is slavery." Don't know how I fucked that up.
 

Mario4Ever

A price for everything.
Retired Wiki Staff
Peter Sam said:
Messed Up Freakshow of Cryptic Sarcasm said:
War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.
ALL HAIL INGSOC!!
The Party should "correct" you for screwing that up.
 

Guiliant

Shine Sprite
If John has 3 apples

And Joe steals 4 of John's apples

How many apples does Joe have?
 
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