Comic: “Go with what you know”

January 14, 2009
Comic:  “Go with what you know”

About this comic

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If could sum up my jr high, highschool, and college days in one comic, then this would be it.

17 Responses to Comic: “Go with what you know”

  1. gamerman says:

    LMAO love the comic genius that is Scott Johnson

    Wewt First

  2. Bearbutt says:

    The above: What my high school math papers were supposed to look like.
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    The bottom: Reality.

  3. Chris says:

    Far and away my favorite comic of yours.

  4. jawbonerforlife says:

    do i see some dead space in there.

  5. Churchy says:

    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.

  6. yoMama says:

    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

  7. I ended up drawing on the white board a lot in school too. We would have little draw wars between two classes.

  8. Anonymous Coward says:

    Didn’t your son get in trouble for doing just that not to long ago?

  9. Juddson (aka RavingDork) says:

    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!

  10. Steve says:

    Awesome, I loved it amd it about sums it up for the most of us…err, me.

  11. Steve says:

    My spelling is just as bad *and*

  12. PrincessIncognita says:

    This is exactly what I’m going through at the moment studying for the GREs!! :D

  13. Pineapple Farmer says:

    The Answer to ALL math problems: 7.

    • Longino says:

      OK, let me take a stab: if love (heart) is large enough, and you put it as the dneominator of the equation, no matter what is in the numerator, the huge heart makes them disappear (approach zero).Does that work?Are you going to publish the answer?

  14. Eric says:

    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?

  15. Brian says:

    My default math answer was 8675309.

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