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Invisible Man 3286 Views
You’re one in a million, buddy. Er...actually, more like one meaningless speck in a sea of billions. Makes you feel kind of insignificant, right? Nobody knows how that feels better than Ralph Emerson’s invisible man, as he loses his identity and picks up a few fun new ones, such as “liar”, “trouble maker”, and “most likely to sneak into a movie theatre without paying.”
It's impressive that these expressions are able to stay so rational even when they're having operations performed on them.
Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. But what happened when they got up there? They’ve been gone an awfully long time…
SAT Math 7.3 Algebra and Functions
SAT Math 6.4 Algebra and Functions
Sometimes, we just want fewer y's...or more x's. That's why it's great to know how to add and subtract variables. In real life, though, we try to a...