Lately the math part of my schoolwork has been... erm... rather difficult, to put it gently. In desperation, I wrote a poem to relieve my feelings.
If a squared plus b squared gives c to the same
Then is Pythagorean Theorem some tortuous game?
Twenty-five plus thirty-six equals sixty-one, I’m positive
But if I subtract the sum, would that make it a negative?
Rational, real, natural, whole and integer
If I get them mixed up, does that mean I’m an amateur?
Strings of mocking digits snake across the page
Is it okay if I indulge in a teensy little rage?
My textbook's laughing in his sleeve
I’M IN NEED OF A REPRIEVE!
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Can anyone relate? ;)