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November 18th, 2018, 12:38 PM   #1
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Funny Answers Kids Wrote on Tests is one page and you can change the number at the end of the URL. Here are some involving math.

1. Given (1/n) sin x, a student canceled the denominator with the n in sin to leave six on the left.

2. When asked to calculate four ghosts minus one ghost, a student wrote that ghosts aren't real.

3. When asked to expand a binomial, a student did not calculate anything and expanded it by writing it several times with progressively more blank space between the terms.

4. When asked the increase from being able to life 12 pounds to being able to lift 97 problems, a student wrote that the character in the problem was on steroids.

5. When asked to "find the difference between 8 and 6," a student wrote "eight is all curly six is not."
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November 18th, 2018, 03:32 PM   #2
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Li'l Joe's 1st day in school:

Teacher: Joe, what's 4 times 6?

Joe: gosh, dunno Mr teacher.

Teacher: ok Joe, if your dad gives you 6 dollars allowance per week
and owes you for 4 weeks....

Joe (interrupting teacher): he'd owe me 24 bucks!!
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