2007-12-03 Calculus Carols

2007-12-03 Calculus Carols - Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus,...

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Calculus CarD Is I magine a tall, dynamic teadzer, head of tIu Societyfor ISfJIUNewton, and dmmi as the Big Fzg (we told you t!wJ 'you UIOUldhave to use your imagination). - Th4t wasDenis Gannon (1940-1991), an inspiring tet:u:herat F. T. Maloney K'tJa Sdwol in Meriden, CT for 29 years. Gannon's hallmarIc was humor. Each year at tIu holidaJ season he bellowedout . Cakulus Catols that he 'UfI'Ote for his AP Cukulw students. H~ are twofor your class to sing. . FILLTHEBOARDS WITHDIFFERENTIALS (To: "Deck the Halls") Fill the boards with differentials, FA-LA-I.A-lA-lA lA-lA-lA-LA, Note that du's are essential, FA-LA-lA-lA-lA lA-LA-LA-LA, Cs are constants here before us, FA-L\-lA lA-LA-LA LA-LA-LA, Integration cannot floor us, FA-L-\-I.A-lA-LA LA-LA-LA-LA. Quizzes always make us queasy, FA-LA-LA-LA-LAI.A-LA-LA-LA. ~Ia." and mins are never easy, FA-L-\-I.A-LA-LALA-L~-LA-LA. Conic volumes we can measure, FA-L-\-Lo\ I.A-LA-L-\ L-\-LA-LA. ~ines and tens we'll alwaystreasure, F..\-L-\-L-\-LA-Lo\LA-LA-LA-LA. OHCALCULUS,OHCALCULUS! (To: -Oh, Christmas Tree-)
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Unformatted text preview: Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, How tough are both your branches. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, To pass, what are my chances? Derivatives I cannot take, At integrals my fingers shake. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, How tough are both your branches. Oh, CalculUS;Oh, Calculus, Your theorems I can't master. Oh, CalculUS;Oh, Calculus, Myproofs are a disaster. You puUa trick out of the air, Qr find a reason, God knows where. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, . Your theorems I can't master. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, Your problems do distress me. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, Related rates depress me. I walk toward lampposts in my sleep, And running water makes me weep. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, Your problems do distress me. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, Mylimit I am reaching. Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, For mercy I'm beseeching. Mygrades do not apprqach a B, They're just an epsilon from D. . Oh, Calculus; Oh, Calculus, . :Mylimit I am reaching....
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