I was just perusing the internet and stumbled upon a couple really funny (but geeky) math problems. I guess it is really the solutions to the problems that make them funny. Initially, they may both seem quite ditsy, but really both of the solutions show a perspective on each problem that I had never noticed or realized. Personally, I think I like the latter one better because it has to do with language deficits. The professor should have requested the appropriate value of x instead of just asking to “find x.” Further proof that slight semantic inaccuracies can make all the difference!
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