1 May 2013

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"... and you will need to give an estimation of error using the square root of the sum of the squares method as you were shown earlier, and..."

"Eh... why do we only use some of the squares? And which ones?"

13 comments:

CalumCarr said...

Ah! This one I understand!

Don QuiScottie said...

I thought you would Calum.

CalumCarr said...

I don't understand you now.

Don QuiScottie said...

Normal service resumed then Calum my boy. Sit up at the front and pay more attention.

CalumCarr said...

Time to ignore teacher!!!!!

Na, na, na-na, na

Don QuiScottie said...

I just do not understand you Calum.

Craig said...

Perhaps if the student used Summly? (sold recently by a teenager to yahoo for gazillions of pounds).
It took me a whole day to come up with that. I need a better writer.

Don QuiScottie said...

If you keep making jokes like that you will be Summly dismissed...

Synopated Eyeball said...

Hee hee!

Claude said...

Trying to solve quadratic equations by taking square roots is what brought me to this nightmarish place. And I've been unable to walk away even with my efficient, self-directed walker.

Maybe today....?????

Don QuiScottie said...

"This nightmarish place" being Don QuiScottieland Claude?

... or Planet Earth?

I am puzzled (and also puzzled by the concept of a self-directed walker - it decides where to take you?)

No need to explain though. I like enigmas.

daisyfae said...

Oooh! This is so clever i almost want to sign up for a maths course just to use this on an exam... The key word above is "almost"!

Don QuiScottie said...

Yes, don't go doing anything impetuous and silly Daisyfey :)