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a section similar to this

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dynamic page themes

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a way for the readers

to comment the front page itself (like a blogwall), or at the least, to email me without having to break out Thunderbird or whatever.

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At first I was afraid, what could the answer be? It said given this position find velocity. So I tried to work it out, but I knew that I was wrong. I struggled; I cried, "A problem shouldn't take this long!" I tried to think, control my nerve. It's evident that speed's tangential to that time-position curve. This problem would be mine if I just knew that tangent line. But what to do? Show me a sign!

So I thought back to Calculus. Way back to Newton and to Leibniz, And to problems just like this. And just like that when I had given up all hope, I said nope, there's just one way to find that slope. And so now I, I will derive. Find the derivative of x position with respect to time. It's as easy as can be, just have to take dx/dt. I will derive, I will derive. Hey, hey!

And then I went ahead to the second part. But as I looked at it I wasn't sure quite how to start. It was asking for the time at which velocity Was at a maximum, and I was thinking "Woe is me." But then I thought, this much I know. I've gotta find acceleration, set it equal to zero. Now if I only knew what the function was for a. I guess I'm gonna have to solve for it someway.

So I thought back to Calculus. Way back to Newton and to Leibniz, And to problems just like this. And just like that when I had given up all hope, I said nope, there's just one way to find that slope. And so now I, I will derive. Find the derivative of velocity with respect to time. It's as easy as can be, just have to take dv/dt. I will derive, I will derive.

So I thought back to Calculus. Way back to Newton and to Leibniz, And to problems just like this. And just like that when I had given up all hope, I said nope, there's just one way to find that slope. And so now I, I will derive. Find the derivative of x position with respect to time. It's as easy as can be, just have to take dx/dt. I will derive, I will derive, I will derive!

Is it at all nerdy that I love this song? :\ I blame Mr. Mann.

So I saw Ms. Needham today. Who the heck told me she was going to China and wasn't planning on coming back? Apparently, she was in Canada for a year. It doesn't really matter, she's back now. ::shrugs::

Lamb souvlaki for lunch, joy. Also, house dinner is apparently now on 24-Aug, at Fazio's. I know, grumble bitch moan. ::sigh:: Why the heck do we have to go all the way to Hampton? :\ Need to find out from the folks if we can do that anyway.

Since Brian appears to be MIA, I'm going to go take a shower.

Ben: GO BACK!!! Get your cat, take her downstairs with you! :(

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