All Sorts of Antics

September 26, 2011 at 1:37 am Leave a comment

It’s hard to describe the emotion I felt after writing this post…

Venn Emotions

Read on. You’ll see what I mean.

What do you call an insect who skips school?
Truant.

What do you call two insects who change simultaneously?
Covariants.

What do you call an insect pursuing a degree in mathematics who lives in on‑campus housing?
Dormant.

What do you call an insect on an inclined plane?
Rampant.

What do you call an insect who does your taxes?
Accountant.

What do you call an insect who lives on the outside of a sphere?
Exorbitant.

What do you call an insect who occupies the middle position in a long line of insects?
Mediant.

What do you call an insect who is completely committed to passing linear algebra?
Determinant.

What do you call an insect who can easily recognize the number of real roots for an equation?
Discriminant.

What do you call an insect whose shape remains unchanged when reflected?
Flippant.

What do you call an insect who is always looking for things?
Secant.

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