“I wish I were a derivative so i could be tangent to your curves.”
“I don’t know if you’re in my range, but I’d sure like to take you home to my domain.”
“I’ll take you to your limit if you show me your end behavior.”
I wish I were an integral, so I could be the space under your curves.
Hey, baby want to Squeeze my Theorem while I poly your nomial?
being without you is like being a metric space in which exists a cauchy sequence that does not converge
can i explore your mean value?
Since distance equals velocity x time, let’s let velocity and time approach infinity, because I want to go
all the way with you.
i = Ø when i am not with you
my love for you is a monotonically increasing unbounded function
You are the solution to my homogeneous system of linear equations.
What’s your favorite linear transformation?
Your beauty defies real and complex analysis.
i wish i were a derivative so i could lie tangent to your curves.
i’ll take you to the limit as x approaches infinity.
Come on baby, let’s off to a decimal place i know of and i’ll take you to the limit.
let’s take each other to the limit to see if we converge
let me integrate our curves so that i can increase our volume
if i were a function you would be my asymptote – i always tend towards you.
your beauty cannot be spanned by a finite basis of vectors.
my love is like an exponential curve. it’s unbounded
my love for you is like a fractal – it goes on forever.
my love for you is like the derivative of a concave up function because it is always increasing. we’re
going to assume this concave up function resembles x^2 so that slopes is actually increasing.
you and i add up better than a riemann sum
i hope you know set theory because i want to intersect and union you
you’ve got more curves than a triple integral
i wish i was your problem set, because then i’d be really hard, and you’d be doing me on the desk.
i’m not being obtuse, but you’re acute girl.
you fascinate me more than the fundamental theorem of calculus
Let me differentiate your curves.
Let me spin you around my axis and find your volume.
We’re a continuous match, because our curves connect and are never non-differentiable.
We can integrate better, if we rearrange our parts.
Let’s work together to prove the Squeeze Theorem.
Let’s strip down the situation to find the boundary conditions.
If we were to integrate, what would be our domain?
Let’s make our limits infinite…, I always wanted to be improper.
If our nth term is filled with love, then we will converge.