The Lesser of Two Evils

(On a lighter note)

Lately, I have been doing mathematics and writing poems in head simultaneously. I don’t remember finding a solution, but this did cross my mind.


18 thoughts on “The Lesser of Two Evils

  1. I have to agree. The non-calculator tests results can always be verified later, but it is difficult to verify the meaning of an essay that is not punctuated (or more commonly incorrectly punctuated). Also, a mathematical problem always has a precise solution. An essay can leave much open to interpretation, but this can be good or bad depending on your viewpoint!

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    • I remember the time I was reading a short narration written by someone; there were no punctuation, not a single! I couldn’t even read it till the end, because my eyes started burning and my mind exploded. It was like 400 words in a single sentence, and you cannot figure out the meaning. It requires patience and efforts to find meaning in something written in this way.

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  2. So true but being an engineering student addiction to calculator is not advisable. The more we do calculations in our minds, without using ink or calculator with accuracy the more sharp our mind works.

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