These were accumulated over the course of about two weeks sometime last year; I was posting a new one every workday to the Identi.ca microblog service (it’s like Twitter, but for much, much cooler people). But they’re a little hard to search for.
They vary a lot, obvious to obscure, basic-level to advanced. Your entertainment mileage may vary. No other commentary is forthcoming.
- “That must be the slope,” Tom derived.
- “Conic sections are my favorite thing in the world!” Tom hyperbolized.
- “The sign just doesn’t matter,” Tom said absolutely.
- “How good of you to include all of the elements not in this set,” complemented Tom.
- “I thought I told you to find the vector product.” Tom said crossly.
- “Well sure, everything’s a subset of itself” Tom said reflexively.
- “I think I’ll graph the function over here,” Tom plotted.
- “There’s nothing wrong with multiplying by the square root over itself,” Tom rationalized.
- “Group theory is really something,” said Tom abstractly.
- “None of the angles in this decagon are greater than 180 degrees!” Tom said with conviction.
- “Multiplying by one gives me the number I started with,” Tom identified.
- “Just for that, I’m going to swap your numerator and denominator,” Tom reciprocated.
- “At times I like to pretend that I’m Rafael Bombelli,” Tom said with imagination.
- “Evidently THAT angle is just 89 degrees,” Tom observed acutely.
- “I don’t know how many roots there are and I don’t care to find out,” Tom said indiscriminately.