What's wrong with this? It's true. The alternatives are that it is increasing linearly (steady rate) or increasing at a decreasing rate (e.g. the log function)-- Posted from WatApp

I don't know if that's true or not but that sentence makes perfect sense to me!

The second derivative of the population/time function is positive. It's completely sensical!

Herp Derp OP.This makes perfect sense.

Stupid student: Econ prof:what the econ prof said.

Econ student is not familiar with calculus, nothing to see here

I think the joke is that instead of saying it's increasing at an increasing rate he could just say it's decreasing since they're both the same thing.-RL

@6 - No

What's wrong with this? It's true. The alternatives are that it is increasing linearly (steady rate) or increasing at a decreasing rate (e.g. the log function)

ReplyDelete-- Posted from WatApp

I don't know if that's true or not but that sentence makes perfect sense to me!

ReplyDeleteThe second derivative of the population/time function is positive. It's completely sensical!

ReplyDeleteHerp Derp OP.

ReplyDeleteThis makes perfect sense.

Stupid student: Econ prof:what the econ prof said.

ReplyDeleteEcon student is not familiar with calculus, nothing to see here

ReplyDeleteI think the joke is that instead of saying it's increasing at an increasing rate he could just say it's decreasing since they're both the same thing.

ReplyDelete-RL

@6 - No

ReplyDelete