When Good Math Nerds Go Bad [Pic]

Submitted by: SpaceMonky 6 years ago Funny

Trigonometry, bitch.
There are 62 comments:
Male 2,388
the obligatory word bitch implies he just put someone in their place presumably the person that had recently painted over the old graffiti
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Male 5,413
Haha that was greatXD
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Male 1,834
damn it im to dumb for this $hit
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Male 1,083
who gives a shiet, bitch.
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Male 130
Who could fugger that up so badly? This must be some east side losers` work.
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Male 319
You can tell by the (2x) it`s shopped...
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Male 1,815
And you can tell by the comments exactly who is a NEEEEEEERD
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Male 425
1) The integral of cos(2x) is 0.5sin(2x), not -0.5sin(x).

2) I don`t see limits to the integrand, so where`s the drating constant, n00blet?

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Male 10,440
Forgot the constant bitch.
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Male 6
Integral of cosine is not negative...
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Male 533
@CosmicKarma- Integration using trigonometric functions
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Male 215
Hooligans and their bogus math...
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Female 498
"I think it is 42, if I am not mistaken..."


<3
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Female 32
Integration, not trigonometry...
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Male 1
You can`t really expect good math in gang sines.
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Male 2,159
"I created an account just to vent my calculus-rage here."

You`ll do well here.
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Male 225
OMG HOW COULD YOU FORGE THE PLUS C O:
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Male 24
he won`t be pimping hoes productively with maths skills like that.
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Male 25,416
lolz
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Male 469
wrong not negative and he forgot the the constant
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Male 1
The fool! There is no negative when integrating Cosine! Only when differentiating!

And yes. I created an account just to vent my calculus-rage here.
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Male 2,419
@42467
no, that`s calculus, it`s integration
It is integration of a trigonometric function, but it`s still calculus. It`s the approximation of the area bounded by a curve between two limits (in this case unspecified limits) using a summation of the areas of an infinite number of infinitely thin rectangles of height f(x) and width dx for every single x between a and b, which is calculus.
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Female 1
Nah... it`s definitely calculus.

Oh integration, how I hate you...
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Male 2,424
I`m a member of the `Thugs of Geometric Sequence`

We fight these guys all the time. We go all zero divided by infinity on they ass yo.
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Male 10,845
...and it`s not negative either b17<h!
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Male 1,081
Then in red spray paint, "F-, see me after class."
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Male 483
Yeah, this is covered in calculus, usually level one. I hate it oh so very much.

And good catch SkyeDragon!
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Male 743
Punk7634, what kind of math class are you even in? Thats trig. Easy trig at that.
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Male 1
it is intergration of trigonometric functions but it is wrong it = 1/2 sin2x + c bitch! lol
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Male 705
Nice smiley face.


...bitch.
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Female 191
Pretty sure that`s calculus.
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Female 281
Forgot the "+c" bitch!
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Male 2,056
lol, im doing trig homework right now too
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Male 448
Learned this in class yesterday :)
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Male 494
Where`s +C? And why does this say Trigonometry?
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Female 5,222
XD
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Female 56
Wow you guys are all really smart. I have no idea what any of that means. I`m dumb.
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Male 224
ya need the constant.
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Male 2,419
wow who goes all the way to paint a simple trig integral and doesn`t dratin double check their math?

he forgot more than just +C, the INTEGRAL of cos is positive, the derivative is negative
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Female 358
+C

Also, this is Calculus.
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Male 19
Trigonometry? Really?
Calculus actually. And he forgot `+c`.
What a noob :D
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Male 1,587
... I need to brush up on my trig, apparently.
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Male 886
Is this the formula Jesus used to get rid of original sin(e) and cosin(e)?
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Male 2,796
At least he didn`t try to divide by zero. When that happens, people like Whoopie Goldberg start making sense and stuff.

Scary!
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Male 15,510
Sh*t got real!
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Male 7
But what if:
c:-|s(x) := -cos(x) ?
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Male 105
I think it is 42, if I am not mistaken...
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Male 390
-I love how everyone jumps on the math mistake train, I was about to myself…until I noticed everyone else already did it.
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Male 4,290
[quote]Dats how we roll, where of course the diameter of the wheel is given by 2(pi)R...[/quote]
Actually, the diameter would just be 2R. You`re thinking of the circumference.

And yes, it should be + 0.5 sin (2x) + C.

Would be funny if someone corrected it with red spraypaint, and a bit in the corner saying "see mee after class".
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Male 75
a rooster?! Wer`e getting a bit too puritan on this site aren`t we?
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Male 75
Only because he couldn`t draw a rooster and balls
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Male 336
and Dextrine it is almost correct, if you use U substitution to do the integral, you let U =2x and du = 2dx which becomes dx = 1/2 du, and then the rest is obvious. (if you`ve done calc)

Of course it`s easier just to remember Integral Cos(nx)dx = 1/n Sin(nx). The negative sign should not be there, and since the integral is not bounded there should be a constant added to it.
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Male 4
its not a negative sin... d(sin(x))/dx = cos(x)dx
d(-sin(2x)/2)/dx = -cos(2x)
the derivative of cos is -sin, but the integral of cos is sin
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Male 33
drating fail, it`s +(1/2)sin(2x), not negative.
I expected as much from some hoodlum.
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Male 248
@BoredFrank,

That gives you the circumference.
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Male 336
Normally you put the coefficient before the trig function, it makes it look cleaner.
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Male 6,694
Yea ! Thats whats up !
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Male 5,314
i`m partial to the quadratic formula myself
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Male 5,194
Plus a constant, BITCH!
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Male 483
isn`t it (2)(-sin(2x)) either way.... he forgot

+C!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 2,670
Dats how we roll, where of course the diameter of the wheel is given by 2(pi)R...
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Male 143
Link: When Good Math Nerds Go Bad [Pic] [Rate Link] - Trigonometry, bitch.
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