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Math Love Story - September 5, 2011
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Spiked Math Comic - Math Love Story


Try it out before looking at a possible solution below! Each line corresponds to a different box in the image above (ordered along the path). There's a shorter/cleaner version of the story in the text after the image.

Spiked Math Comic - Math Love Story Solutions

Shorter version:
Once upon a time there was a boy who worked very hard and made lots of money (increasing his wealth). However, the boy was lonely and felt empty inside so he went to seek out a girl. He found a girl and stalked her in her neighborhood, but the girl wanted to be independent and earn her fair share. Thus, the two commuted to work together. They conversed more and more and discovered they had complimentary traits. The two decided to become a couple and things grew more complex between them. They took the plunge and joined hands in the union of marriage and proceeded to multiply together. Nine months later, the girl had contractions and became the parent of two lovely children. The couple had several memorable moments together, and lived the remainder of their lives united as one.


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12 Comments

I thought that the last one would be long division (meaning a long divorce) until I read the explanation.

That could work as well as there could be plenty of other interpretations... though for a divorce I'd probably do separation of variables or something similar :P

A long comic for a long time waiting :)

You mean "complementary".

Yes, yes I do, will change it soon :D

OK I thought they became transgenders at one point

you and me both.

Me too...but then, I also read the girl as being imaginary right before their union.

Me too...but then, I also read the girl as being imaginary right before their union.

I read the sixth statement as: "man was close to the woman".

Love the happy MOMENTS one!:)))

this is absolutely fucking awesome

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