+347 How school works...In class: 2+2=4; homework: 2+4+2=8; Exam: John had 4 apples. He eats one and gives on to his friend. Calculate the Sun's mass, amirite?

by Anonymous 12 years ago

by Anonymous 12 years ago

If I had a guess, i'd say he got this from sickipedia..not tumblr.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

I wish my mathematics were only numbers sometimes.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

There's a reason there's a citation option. This is not original, it's from sickipedia.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

This was written in January, which was before citations. Also, look at OP's username.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Switch the homework and tests and you've got yourself an accurate post.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

He should have made his name anonymous, and gave the site from where it came. This is fake and gay.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Well you see its all very simple, that is, if John can pretend that each apple represents 1x10^(30) kilograms). So in total John has 4x10^(30) kg of apple. If Jon eats an apple, and gives one away, he is left with 2 apples, which, in his pretend situations, is equivalent to 2x10^(30) kg. Funny, the mass of the sun is just about 2x10^(30) kg. Good job, John.

by Anonymous 12 years ago