A Note To My Algebra Teacher

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Where you now reside, I hope computers are made of asbestos so you can read this!

Submitted: July 21, 2013

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A Note To My Algebra Teacher

 

By Elton Camp

 

I well recall what you used to say

That we’d use algebra every day

 

Without it, life wouldn’t be complete

For, with algebra, it would be replete

 

But factoring equations has yet to arise

And no quadractics, what a big surprise

 

Slope I haven’t yet needed to calculate

Methinks you did, somehow, misstate

 

To determine the value of X and Y

There hasn’t yet been reason to try

 

I find binomial multiplication is of no worth

To ninety-nine point nine percent on earth

 

A lot more honesty you should have tried

For about the value of algebra, you lied!

 

I think I know where you are most likely to be

May it have asbestos Facebook so you can see


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