After 1000 comics, sometimes I surprise myself when I realize that there are puns that I still haven't used.
Also, 1017 is not a perfect square. You need to add + 7 to complete the square.
Come back often for more funny math and geeky comics.
After 1000 comics, sometimes I surprise myself when I realize that there are puns that I still haven't used.
Also, 1017 is not a perfect square. You need to add + 7 to complete the square.
Come back often for more funny math and geeky comics.
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2 comments:
If you want this particular comic to be more historically accurate, you should have only one square missing from the main figure's corner. The geometric process explains the algebraic procedure; this is how it all began with the Babylonians around 1800 BC.
Interesting,
but if it were more historically accurate, there wouldn't be a crane. ;-)
On the other hand, I'd rather it illustrated something I can use with my students. I wish I'd thought of this toward the beginning of the school year.
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