Sir Xsarus wrote:
A dozen a gross and a score, plus three times the square root of four.....
Just read the equation, nothing about a man.
Edited, Sep 18th 2013 10:23am by Xsarus
Oh, OK, and the man thing was just me trying to see if it fit into the only other limericks I know. You know, There was a man from Nantucket . . .
I can read the equation, but . . .
A dozen a gross and a score, plus three times the square root of four, divided by seven plus five times eleven, equals eighty one plus zero? Can't be.
No, I'm still doing it wrong. Equals nine cubed plus zero.
A dozen a gross and a score, plus three times the square root of four, divided by seven plus five times eleven, equals nine cubed plus zero.
Nope. Shouldn't it end with something rhyming with score and four?
I should just Google this. I'd love to solve it though. Although at this point, with any more hints I wouldn't really be solving anything. Gah, so dense.
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