C’mon, let’s be rational…
He’s guilty of an infraction.
He’s more than a whole lot of trouble.
If Scott had used π for the teacher the improper fraction could have said, “You’re irrational!”
There’s a common denominator among these troublemakers that needs to be found.
They say 5/4ths of all people have problems with fractions.
then call his mom. She is a teller at the 5/3rd bank
The principal will decimal-mate him in 1.5 seconds.
The square root of -5 proves she’s being un-imaginary.
1/3 thinks it’s funny. The principal holds no terrors for him. He can’t be terminated.
I think the minus sign should be greenish instead of red since the teach is supposed to be a negative.
When I taught math we called these “Dolly Parton” fractions. Because… well… you know.
The principal is twice as bad as the teacher. You know, -10.
All these little tads will grow up to be whole numbers some day. Some may even aspire to become ∞ if they can achieve sufficient self-assurance.
He’s doing the right thing. Otherwise it would lead to a fractious classroom environment.
I had to look this up because when I learned about fractions I don’t think the term was used. Why should proper vs improper fractions be labeled this way? Why is it important to make a distinction?
Hey, Teach, get divided by zero!