## 30 April 2005## For every formula, a formI am legitimately something of a math geek — I didn't score 800 on the math portion of the SAT, but I came close, and the second BASIC program I wrote (after a variation of Hello World) was a Fibonacci number generator — and once upon a time I worked for H&R Block. So I'm bound to appreciate something like this: If the IRS had discovered the quadratic formula. (Found at Hatless in Hattiesburg.) Posted at 3:01 PM to Entirely Too CoolHaha! That's funny. I'm not particularly fond of math (anymore), but I remember the quadratic formula very well. As in it took me at least a week to understand/solve it. At least that's shorter than the amount of time it takes to understand a tax form! Posted by: MeeCiteeWurkor at 5:01 PM on 30 April 2005FOIL. You must remember to use FOIL. Posted by: Andrea Harris at 8:50 PM on 30 April 2005Good heavens, I'd forgotten that little admonition.
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