Friday, May 14, 2010

Yearbook Signatures

Posts have been lacking in the last 2 weeks because I've started developing a math note/workbook program for students to more easily take notes or do work on problems, which has been taking up all of my free time.

Pretty much every time I try to write words in a yearbook for a student it comes out completely and utterly cliche. (You're a great student! Have a good summer!  Good luck!)  So, I've decided to stop writing words altogether and usually draw a picture or do some sort of relevant-to-them thing.  Here's a solid work of genius I came up with today:
The answer is pretty worth it, IMHO, so give it a try if you've got some free time!  You can do the harder parts with wolframalpha if you want to cheat. (The integral from ___ of ___, the derivative of ___ at ___, the lim as x approaches ___ of ___)  Sam and Dave, this is a no calculator question for you!

PS- I triple checked the answer would come out right, but I still have a sinking feeling I messed something up.


  1. I messed it up. I got 3y > x. ;)

  2. I messed up a few times (forgetting to plug in numbers), but yeah, it's sweet...

  3. Uhm...I think you just wrote my Calc final exam. :-) Thanks!

    Seriously, after today's AP test we're going to spend the rest of the semester talking about college, so this sounds great!

  4. Very Nice! Thats pretty great.
    Also you have a really interesting blog!

  5. This is way too complicated. Who would do this? I wonder if anyone at fireviews can solve it