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Uncommon methods of numerical integration - March 10, 2011
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11 Comments

Oh my gosh...

This made me laugh.

That is weirdly funny... :P

But each one of that infinity would be infinitely thin..

That is way harsh.

you're not hiding anything, eh?

not nice at all...

I like the tit-method more...

But the tit method would have problems, unless you get them long and thin...

it is what she(Sarah) said.

So this is the inverse of the old 'I wish I were your derivative so I could lie tangent to your curves' line: I wish I were your integral so I could fill your curves with my penises.

Just a tip though: It's likely to be even less successful.

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