Monthly Archives: April 2013

Rational Expressions – The Chinese Remainder Theorem

If anyone actually checks for my comic every Monday, then I apologize for not providing one last week. My family was moving and had no internet.

As for this week’s, after finishing, I got the feeling that someone already made this joke. If so, I apologize. If not, why not? I mean, it’s right there!

ChineseRemainderTheorem

Actually, I think I heard that line (without referencing the Chinese Remainder Theorem) on an episode of “Monk” or “Psych” or some other detective program.

Rational Expressions – Math Meets Spelling – Take Two

Apparently, not many people got the joke of last week’s comic, so we’ll take another stab at it. 🙂

MathMeetsSpelling2

 

Top 5% Banquet

I have the honor of being invited to the Top 5% Banquet by one of my most beloved students. Part of the banquet is having your picture taken together in a creative way. Since we are both fans of the TV show “Psych” we went with that…along with the concept of blue shirts and khaki pants.

Here’s a comparison of the psych promo and our photo:

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Rational Expressions – Math Meets Spelling

Okay, I really got “creative” on this one. My apologies in advance.

MathMeetsSpelling

Rational Expressions – Know-It-All

Yet another actual conversation with Kyler.

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