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Rise Against the Machine - October 30, 2010
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Spiked Math Comic - Rise Against the Machine


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That is a desperate math teacher.

If the machines do not cross check every value the human gives, how do they know about the accuracy? If they do, aren't they kind of being redundant?

I meant the humans are redundant

It's a test, not a source.

Thank you for bringing us this information future Peter Griffin. Now I'm off to destroy me calculator with a hammer

No! Don't! First read Asimov's A Feeling of Power (Here: http://www.themathlab.com/writings/short%20stories/feeling.htm)

Note the question in Paragraph 8. Hah!

Considering the number of kids bringing netbooks for classes nowadays, this strip ought to make a point.

Why is the math teacher Peter Griffin?

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