martedì 27 maggio 2008

I will DERIVE!

[Questa è comicità de nicchia eh! Ve lo dico prima!]

Quando l'ho visto non ci volevo credere...

Sto ancora rotolando per terra dalle risate XD

Questo lo dedico a Claudia, ai Matematici e agli Ingegneri in ascolto:



Testo:
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!

STRA-MEGA-SUPER-LOL

Lolò

6 commenti:

Giorgio ha detto...

Che dire se non fottuti geni :D! Sicuramente alla categoria mentale "Nerd" associerò questo video d'ora in poi!

Lolò ha detto...

Sì, questa è decisamente la cosa + nerd che ho visto :D

LeMon ha detto...

l'esame di fisica porta "purtroppo" questi effetti collaterali. La comunicazione orale avviene solo attraverso integrali e derivate e quando ti incazzi bestemmi con i limiti!
a presto,speriamo, futuro ingegnere

Lolò ha detto...

Ghgh...

Ho visto che anche tu hai avuto a che fare con l'Ingegneria.. Quale?

Cmq sì.. speriamo presto..

LeMon ha detto...

EdIlE <----(detto in maniera terrificante)

claudia ha detto...

ahahahah ma che bello!!!
le prime frasi sembrano la descrizione perfetta di me ad ogni santo esame :D grazie della dedica lolò..sopravviveremo su!!!