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Any T-Shirt ideas for our AP Calculus class? It got to be funny!
Darth Frodo said:I wish I was a derivative so I could be tangential to your curves
Jack21222 said:http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/e745/
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I like that one.
And I like this one. In fact, I own it!
http://www.instantattitudes.com/shirts/t005.html
BobG said:Jack21222 said:http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/e745/
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I like that one.
And I like this one. In fact, I own it!
http://www.instantattitudes.com/shirts/t005.html
Inappropriate for a family-friendly site. >:(
Jack21222 said:
I_noscopedJFK said:Thanks for the awesome ideas everyone!
I have no idea what this is supposed to mean, but I'm sure I will when we get to derivatives (that's a derivative, right? lol)
Gad said:You need to integrate more in life to know that... And math too.
BobG said:
jack21222 said:Inappropriate for a family-friendly site. >:(
Andre said:Threads should stay PG-13 :uhh:
BobG said:https://dl.dropbox.com/u/22026080/censored.jpg [Broken]
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