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Period 1 is a sitcom Without the cheesy button that simulates laughter Without the freeze frame in the most awkward situations Just kidding
On the very first day you get assined you calculator. This integral object will have to become your new best friend, along wiht the unit cirle. All summer you have been studying countless revew packets-
Calculus, Chemistry, will this endless tide of homework ever stop?
Having skipped pre-algebra in the 7th grade
Dear Synthetic Division, I don't detest. I don't understand you. It's not you. It's me or maybe the teacher who stands in front of the class ranting in a foreign language we call
I’m sitting here, Playing with my pencil, Doodling on my paper; You’re rambling on about nonsense, The implicit derivative of some long equation. I think I heard you say cosine?
I entered your class and you said I should not be there.
I'm tired of math. Too many know-it-all teachers can't communicate I don't learn like that, could you elaborate? "You see, the radius is C over Pi because Pi is the answer, but what is Pi?
I go to Calculus every day, Waiting to hear what the tacher might say. It doesn't matter what she tells us to say or do, Completed assignments are so few. We learn so fast it's hard to learn,
Calculus Homework is Like some sort of poetry It expands somewhat in the middle Then is gradually, thouroughly Simplified until it is quite Manageable once Again
She Thought She Could Learn Calculus in Twenty Minutes Without Knowing X
Galinda:(spoken)Elphie, now that we're friends, I've decided to make you my new project Elphaba:(spoken)You really don't have to do that Galinda:(spoken)I know. That's what makes me so nice
The square root of 8 is... is... 2 times the root of two 54 plus 9 is sixty... uh five? 63 The derivative of 3x+7 is... well 3 Math is a way of life And calculus is what explains it all
Calculus day one, I reviewed limits, Now was that actually fun? I decided I would have to commit. As time went on, we learned derivatives, that is when my brain was gone,
Calculus is tough. Derivatives integrals. Will it be easy?
There once was a boy named Tom Who sat to do homework, so long His tie was on straight, his books in a line He was confident his homework would fly by with the time
Classes of math All need to be passed Lazy-minded one cannot be Churning out graphs Until the last second of class Limits can be quite tricky Under rigor instruction Some actually learn functions
Calculus, you make me ill, A lot to learn Like derivatives and integrals, oh what a pill! Come to me, for knowledge I now yearn. Unusually hard, Lots that I must know, Usually I would ask for a cheet card.
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