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Breaking Up - March 6, 2010
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21 Comments

:S

Good luck on your dissertation Mike! haha

Aww, BUUUUURN!

outch...

It was a limited love...

I can only agree to that if the love in question is natural, but considering the argument he is using, I would say that it's a rational love. And, if so, it may be a one-sided limit only, he might hate her to infinity (and beyond for that matter)

What very nonstandard technique.

She seems to be bounded by his limited love.

I love the fact that it looks a bit opposite to <3. :-)

(I guess the preview feature is there for a reason)
I love the fact that it looks a bit opposite to <3. :-)

Ya that "< sign" is a bugger.

After the dissertation you have only a job to look forward to. Get back to the comics!

His love for her is "next to nothing"?

Yes, that's why he's breaking up...

For every (heart) 0, my love for you is (naked woman).

Only infinitesimal much love remains :(

If "my love for you" isn't a constant, that could mean his love for her could be big, you know, for big values of ɛ.


d f("my love for you")
---------------------- = f("my love for you") != e^"my love for you"
d "my love for you"

(where "!=" means "is not equal to")

when is the next coming

When it comes.

Notice Mike's comment above this strip: http://spikedmath.com/192.html

if my love for you was {x_n} such that |x_n|<(1/n) for all n in the natural numbers... by the squeeze theorem...

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