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Math - The fun edition - November 6, 2010
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Oh I just remembered... it should be noted that SMBC creator (Zach Weiner) started a project similar to the above but doesn't update it any longer: The Mathroom.

awesome concept, but I wish there were more examples

If I had the time I'd write a totally kick ass math book.

For example:

In this section we totally differentiate our balls off! Let's start with the ridiculously boring definition in terms of limits (don't worry, later on we will learn some kick-ass shortcuts!!)...

Spivak's Calculus is dedicated to the Yellow Pig (see gravatar), and at one point he substitutes (p. 314, IIRC) "whole hog"...

I could use a copy of calculus on manifolds and woman-ifolds

Ah, can I take the tensor product of a manifold and a womanifold? Will that finally reveal to me the answer of the question: what is \int_life dlove?

I really miss the Mathroom...

Answer to the first sample problem is ambiguous... I'd say 9 :)

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