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Michelle Hipke

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[ap-calculus] Calculus Poem
Posted: May 16, 2006 7:35 PM
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My students just finished writing a collection of Calculus poems, and this one was SO good, that I wanted to share it with you!

A Limerick, by Nick Bulka

There once was a graph called one-over-sine
whose broken curves always made her whine.
She sought a wise toad,
who polarized her mode,
and then she was straight as a line.

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