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Calculus Cartoons and Comics

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Calculus cartoon 2 of 38

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'All right, I got a pencil. Now, how do you figure the P/E ratio again?'

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Pike, Doug

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dpin487

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Calculus cartoon 9 of 38

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"Ah ha! Every particle of matter attracts every other particle with a force proportional to product of the masses and to the inverse square of the distance...OUCH!"

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shrn5018

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Calculus cartoon 11 of 38

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'And what part of the formula don't you understand?'

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jlvn995

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"I don't get Math. First we use numbers, now it's letters. It's becoming so complicated."

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dbsn246

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2107x2700 (unwatermarked)

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"Just when you think you've got it all figured out, they hit you with algebra."

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cwln8147

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Calculus cartoon 16 of 38

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'The math is more complex this year and some of you won't be able to just tap out your answers anymore.'

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mgrn494

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Calculus cartoon 19 of 38

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'Well my Mom made me wear it, so she could distinguish me from six when we're jumping.'

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pfon464

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Calculus cartoon 22 of 38

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'If Leibniz found himself struggling with notation he would often break for a biscuit. Usually a fig Newton.

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aevn101

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Calculus cartoon 23 of 38

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"My Y-variable obviously has a value inconsistent with the desired solution."

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hcc110806

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Calculus cartoon 25 of 38

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'His Mandarin's OK, but he needs extra tuition in differential calculus.'

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nben78

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