Inequalities with imaginary numbers

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


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9 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Don't really get it.. Please explain

Anonymous said...

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070606212116AAJL9Kv
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inequality

Psycho Bill said...

i is an imaginary number in mathematics. The imaginary unit for which i2 (i squared) = -1

< is a mathematical inequality.

When she wrote i <3 u, she meant it not as a mathematical equation, but a revelation of her love. He, being a math geek, saw the <, thought of it as an equation, saw the i all alone, and said to himself "This isn't possible, the chicks got marbles in her head."

When she realized the futility of a relationship between a person with an I.Q.<90 and one with I.Q>130, she left the chat rather than be thought a fool by the man she loves.

Later that night she walked in front of a car whose speed she had badly miscalculated. She was brain dead, but her geek built a support system for her body in his basement. It served his needs for years. If she had known, she'd be proud to have served him, without the humiliation of stupidity.

Does that help, Anonymous?

xco said...

Thanks Bill. You really nailed that one...

Anonymous said...

Maybe it was not about the ic but more about him being a socially retarded.

Anonymous said...

iq I mean

Anonymous said...

bill, you sound like the guy from the chat.
i take it you too got dumped over your horrible social skills over internet chat?

Anonymous said...

FYI this comes from http://www.lukesurl.com/archives/916

Luke said...

Hey, thanks for sharing my comic. The original source of the image is http://www.lukesurl.com/archives/916 , I’d be grateful if you could include a link to that. Cheers, Luke

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