Well, here is a nice little proof for y'all.

We have paralleogram ABCD, with line AB and line CD as opposite sides, and line AD and line BC opossite. If AB equals 13, and AD equals 31, then how much does a ham sandwich cost?

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- 11-23-2003, 03:22 PM #11
Well, here is a nice little proof for y'all.

We have paralleogram ABCD, with line AB and line CD as opposite sides, and line AD and line BC opossite. If AB equals 13, and AD equals 31, then how much does a ham sandwich cost?

- 11-23-2003, 07:30 PM #12Moon Skin ChildGuest
If Erik were being completely serious, and Johnny were being completely goofy, would Amy be contemplating the existence of God? Or Not?

- 11-23-2003, 08:06 PM #13Originally Posted by
**Moon Skin Child**

If Erik got cheated out of $10 at a a flea market, and Johnny just cheated someone out of $10 at a flea market, would Hilary have found $20 on the floor?

Highly unlikely, I know.

- 11-23-2003, 08:56 PM #14senrikGuestOriginally Posted by
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- 11-24-2003, 12:23 AM #15

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Originally Posted by**boredouttamind**

Bored, you're in Geometry too? I'll do a little two column proof for your question

Statements.................... ....Reasons

1. parralelogram ABCD...........1. Given

Ab=13 , AD= 31

2. The ham Sandwich is........2. the deli likes to be perfect

square

3. a Square is a parallelogram ..3. def. of square

4. Ham sandwich= parallelogram ABCD...4. trans.

5.Ham Sandwich = $8.06 + tax....5. If a parallogram is 2 cents per square unit,then the ham sandwich costs more than a bag of chips

Good times

- 12-17-2003, 04:32 PM #16
If 1+1 is 2, and 2+2 is four, how many Whitney Houston songs can fit on the head of a pin?

- 12-17-2003, 05:59 PM #17
Ah, how I miss this thread... Yep, Pinkieparrot, I'm in Geo (class of 07, gotta love us) so here's another one...

A---------B----------C

_________Q__________

Given - Line AC with B as the midpoint of AC. Q lies on the perpendicular bisector of AC.

Prove: Faries exist.

- 12-17-2003, 06:03 PM #18
If the value of 2n is equal to the sum of a two types of food from the same animal, and n - 1 is equal to a fried egg, then what is the value of n + 1?

Answer: if n - 1 is equal to a fried egg, then n +1 must be fried chicken. Fried egg + fried chicken is equal to 2 chickens. Therefore the value of n is 1 chicken.

Go Class of 2009....

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