Let ε < 0.

05.15.09

Snakes and Ladders for scientists

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– P. J. Duke

From Orbit, Journal of the Rutherford High Energy Laboratory, December 1963, p 10.

04.26.09

Holy crap! A talking atom!

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I think I actually did this joke already!

04.25.09

Office hell

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04.24.09

I-Spy

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Spied on a blackboard…

Spied on a bathroom stall…

Spied on another bathroom stall…

04.23.09

When cheat sheets go bad

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This is an actual cheat sheet a student once used on one of my calculus exams:

P.S. The owner of this cheat-sheet, who later told me he spent all of his study time figuring out how to cram all this stuff on a 3×5 card rather than actually studying what it said, got a 13% on the exam.

04.22.09

The analysis instructor, as seen by the student

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Thanks to Evan Waddel, who made me this (presumably about me), and to Melody Doff for showing it to me.

04.21.09

Textbook truth

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04.20.09

Derivative

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04.19.09

Real life, as explained by calculus

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04.18.09

Nice asymptote

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