If could sum up my jr high, highschool, and college days in one comic, then this would be it.
LMAO love the comic genius that is Scott Johnson
The above: What my high school math papers were supposed to look like. . The bottom: Reality.
Far and away my favorite comic of yours.
do i see some dead space in there.
Whenever I don’t know answer on tests I generally just write down either a color, or “Jesus”.
I’m sure in some special way both are correct.
The answer to all is is 42. Simple.
Find the point where the following lines intersect…… = 42 Find c using the rule of cosines where a=3, b=76, A=65Degrees…. = 42 Draw the curve of the following equation: y=5x^7 + 5x^6 + … = 42
I ended up drawing on the white board a lot in school too. We would have little draw wars between two classes.
Didn’t your son get in trouble for doing just that not to long ago?
THAT IS GREAT! I just got back from a 1 hour math class followed by 7 hours of non-stop math homework (for the second time this week!). The timeing of this wonderful, beautiful comic could not have been more perfect!
Awesome, I loved it amd it about sums it up for the most of us…err, me.
My spelling is just as bad *and*
This is exactly what I’m going through at the moment studying for the GREs!!
The Answer to ALL math problems: 7.
The math part was easy for me in school… too easy. I was easily bored with math because they would teach a concept, I would get it, then they’d make us practice the concept over and over regardless that I already understood it. I ended up drawing a lot. (I was the kind of kid in kindergarten that told the teacher that 3 could be divided in 2 and you’d have 1 1/2 and 1 1/2 and get told by the teacher to sit down and stop being a smart alec.) … Hmmm. I liked drawing. How did I end up in computers?
My default math answer was 8675309.
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