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(Daily Mail)   Missing algebra teacher found dead -- investigators looking to solve for why, query ex   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 73
    More: Sad, FBI, Jane Velez-Mitchell, the University of Montana, Richland County, search teams, jogging  
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2012-01-13 10:43:55 PM
Finally a good headline. Tonight's headlines have been awful here on Tfark.
 
2012-01-13 11:10:34 PM
RDRR subby.
 
2012-01-13 11:31:22 PM
fantastic headline, submitter. and thanks for finally putting my math major to work.
 
2012-01-14 12:24:11 AM
Nicely done.

dash.ponychan.net
 
2012-01-14 12:25:51 AM
Bravo subby!

nekom: RDRR subby.


Props to this one too!
 
2012-01-14 02:51:55 AM
I am not this clever. :\

+1, subby.
 
2012-01-14 03:12:21 AM
I'd make this a math pun thread, but I wouldn't want to go off on a tangent... Am I being obtuse?

/+1
//was acute headline
 
2012-01-14 03:12:22 AM
HOTY entry for sure. Bravo,subby.
 
2012-01-14 03:13:06 AM
imgace.com
 
2012-01-14 03:15:44 AM
Queery (new window)
 
2012-01-14 03:18:13 AM
She recently started running to help her lose weight.
 
2012-01-14 03:18:35 AM
So you're saying that the ex is a PRIME suspect?
 
2012-01-14 03:22:09 AM
ummm, what is with that neck? the ratio of neck to shoulder width is x + y

/seriously, neck is messed up
//thought there wouldn't be any math
 
2012-01-14 03:26:55 AM
"Mrs Arnold, 43, who has five children with her husband - two of her own"

She really does now how to multiply.
 
2012-01-14 03:37:21 AM
Correction subby: she's not just dead, she's DEAD.
 
2012-01-14 03:43:25 AM
I've picked up an irrational number, or two, in my day; none of which looked like ET.
 
2012-01-14 03:44:59 AM
A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?
 
2012-01-14 03:47:37 AM
buckler:
A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?

By my calculations, that's several steps away.
 
2012-01-14 03:52:12 AM

phlegmmo: buckler:
A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?

By my calculations, that's several steps away.


But is it in the opposite direction? It should be in the opposite direction. Because I wanted to mention it was in the opposite direction.

Prosit!
 
2012-01-14 04:00:32 AM
buckler:
phlegmmo: buckler:
A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?

By my calculations, that's several steps away.

But is it in the opposite direction? It should be in the opposite direction. Because I wanted to mention it was in the opposite direction.

Prosit


Changing the parameters now rather nullifies the exercise, no?
 
2012-01-14 04:04:26 AM

phlegmmo: Changing the parameters now rather nullifies the exercise, no?


Just clarifying the point again, since I made it twice in my original post. Medicine and beer working better than expected...
 
2012-01-14 04:08:19 AM
buckler:
phlegmmo: Changing the parameters now rather nullifies the exercise, no?

Just clarifying the point again, since I made it twice in my original post. Medicine and beer working better than expected..


Oh, yeah. Been there, buddy. Enjoy!
 
2012-01-14 04:11:02 AM
I like the subtle pun in the head line of TFA
 
2012-01-14 04:38:47 AM

Mr. Potatoass: I've picked up an irrational number, or two, in my day; none of which looked like ET.


She was probably better looking in her prime, before she multiplied by seven.
 
2012-01-14 04:47:31 AM
Being an algebra teacher myself....I don't "i" this 2b very punny.
 
2012-01-14 04:48:05 AM
I trust the police will have to show their work?
 
2012-01-14 04:53:14 AM
Has it been solved yet?
 
2012-01-14 05:10:21 AM

buckler: A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?


Zero.

The shoe that is missing is on the algebra teacher. The shoe that fell off is not missing, we know where it is.
 
2012-01-14 05:14:15 AM
I bet it was an illegal immigrant. We need to round them up!

/Just kidding
 
2012-01-14 05:48:37 AM
I blame Agnes the Witch.

/she rides a spherical chicken in the night
 
2012-01-14 06:02:15 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-01-14 06:02:30 AM

phlegmmo: buckler:
phlegmmo: buckler:
A woman leaves her house running at a speed of 3.6 miles per hour. 144 miles away, a pair of men begin driving in the opposite direction at 41 miles per hour, traveling in the opposite direction. two hours into her run, the woman loses a shoe, causing her running speed to drop to 3.1 miles per hour. Assuming the men brutally murder her when they encounter her, how far away is her missing shoe from the murder location?

By my calculations, that's several steps away.

But is it in the opposite direction? It should be in the opposite direction. Because I wanted to mention it was in the opposite direction.

Prosit

Changing the parameters now rather nullifies the exercise, no?


How to nullify the exercise:

www.amazingribs.com
 
2012-01-14 06:06:10 AM
29.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-01-14 06:10:50 AM
30.media.tumblr.com

/on nights like this I miss LP
 
GBB
2012-01-14 06:24:40 AM
I met her once, at a bar. I asked her for her phone number. She said, "It's 271-6057." I said, "No way! My phone number is 337-0318!" We both had such a laugh.
 
2012-01-14 06:48:42 AM
Obligatory as all get out...
bp2.blogger.com
 
2012-01-14 07:21:00 AM
Wow, 2 strong HOTY candidates in 24 hrs, and we aren't halfway through January
 
2012-01-14 07:31:20 AM

powhound: Being an algebra teacher myself....I don't "i" this 2b very punny.


I'm surprised kidnappers would nab a 43-year old woman. Just goes to show you that criminals don't discriminant -- it's unreal. Either way, it's going to be a complex case to solve.
 
2012-01-14 07:41:58 AM
42? No, no, no....

/let's find the next one, Majikthise.
 
2012-01-14 07:42:52 AM
i360.photobucket.com
 
2012-01-14 07:55:24 AM
Nice job on the headline, A+++ Subby
 
2012-01-14 07:56:20 AM
She looks like she may have starved to death.
 
2012-01-14 08:07:51 AM
I hope they converge on a solution quickly. When they get to the root, it needs to be a real solution.
 
2012-01-14 08:20:36 AM
subversify.com
/saddened.
 
2012-01-14 08:23:31 AM
www.dreadcentral.com
//also saddened.
 
2012-01-14 08:37:09 AM
Dammit, I was told there would be no math.
 
2012-01-14 08:38:31 AM
www.motifake.com
 
2012-01-14 08:44:44 AM
What a great thread to start the morning. Bravos to subby and commenters.
 
2012-01-14 09:03:19 AM
SevenYearHawk

lol's in an otherwise dreary thread, thanks hon
 
2012-01-14 09:06:33 AM
Yay, Subby!!!

+110
 
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