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|"Mathematical cartoons inspired by Sharpie fumes," as penned during a graduate student's career at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. When not doing math, cartoonist Gibbons describes herself as "worried about doing math (or drinking coffee and worrying about doing math)." Posts, which date back to October, 2006, included "How Embarrassing," "March of the Integrals," "Great Moments in Teaching," "Sine Flu," and "What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhinoceros?"|
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