Thank You for Common Social Problems

When I put social interactions into math equations, I get more interesting answers.

For instance…

Mathematically, two negatives can make a positive.

But in relationships, two negatives make a really dysfunctional couple.

Mathematically, I can multiply common factors to divide a polynomial.

Socially, it takes much more effort to find common factors in division problems.

But combining like terms can make a polynomial easier to deal with, as well as making a social situation run more smoothly.

Now, if we can find a way to make the x (chromosome) and the y (chromosome) balance out, all is well!


~ by leakelley on May 21, 2010.

One Response to “Thank You for Common Social Problems”

  1. Good luck with that last problem. 😉

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