Bonus points for the accompanying tweet. As to the chorus... "Subtracting 2ab cos C from Pythagorus from Pythagorus it's Pythagorean Subtracting 2ab cos C from Pythagorus and you'll have no fuss start with Pythagorus "
Though I find the Cosine Law works better using Kristina Maria - https://sites.google.com/site/taylorspolynomials/specials/011-parabsingscosineit
Also Canadian. It's a calculated plot that begins with us taking over pop songs, I believe.
Mr. Burke is a high school math teacher in New York as well as a part-time writer, and a fan of science-fiction/fantasy books and films.
He started making his own math webcomic totally by accident as a way of amusing his students and trying to make them think just a little bit more.
Unless otherwise stated, all math cartoons and other images on this webpage are the creation and property of Mr. Chris Burke and cannot be reused without permission.
Thank you.
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Too cute. My daughters love this song. I actually use your comics as do-nows in my class. Keep up the fantastic work.
Bonus points for the accompanying tweet. As to the chorus...
"Subtracting 2ab cos C
from Pythagorus
from Pythagorus
it's Pythagorean
Subtracting 2ab cos C
from Pythagorus
and you'll have no fuss
start with Pythagorus "
Though I find the Cosine Law works better using Kristina Maria - https://sites.google.com/site/taylorspolynomials/specials/011-parabsingscosineit
Also Canadian. It's a calculated plot that begins with us taking over pop songs, I believe.
Oddly enough, I read that particular Taylor's Polynomials a while ago, sometime in the spring.
I haven't gone to that site in a while, and I should because it's good.
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