"We haven't exhausted languages yet," Lyn insisted. "Consider, english has nouns and adjectives, we have variables and coefficients. There's something to that! Also, when I say 'Stop!' I'm implying YOU stop, the same way when I say 'x' I'm implying ONE x."
Elly shook her head, adopting a meditative pose by making ellipses between her thumbs and forefingers. "Algebra mad libs has been done by a teacher already. Moreover, (x, why?) and Spiked Math comics already made more humourous english connections than we ever could."
"Shouldn't we at least point out here how phrases like 'at least', or 'no more than' trip students up mathematically?" Cosine suggested.
"No more than we'd expect though, right?" Secant countered. Her eye twitched. "The world is simply full of inequality."
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There was a brief pause. Root cleared his throat. "Because I was thinking our very existence is TOTALLY connecting mathematics to art. They'd love us there! Wouldn't you say?"
Nat shook his head. "You may enjoy doodling pictures of your girlfriend, Root, but students may not enjoy drawing parabolas as much."
"I... I don't doodle pictures of Para!" Root protested. "I'm more about, um, perspective drawing on computers... yes. Because perspective is huge in art."
Elly waggled her eyebrows. "What about how art links to math through patterning?"
"Or we could talk Isometric diagrams," Lyn added. "There's a three way crossover between math, art and technology there!"
Root turned to her. "Wait, iso what? Are we bringing up the metric system again?"
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