User:Lollipop/There is an elephant in the way

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There is an elephant in the way is a mathamatical term discovered by Proffeser D.P. Assassina in 2007. It is the proper answer to many algebra fomulas.


The discovery of the math term.

edit Origins

A boy was doing a test one day and he came upon the question of A 3kg object comes across on...ZZZZZZZ. Apparently it was really uninteresting. Then he discovered that if the elephant in the way,there would be no answer. Thus making his answer correct. However, his teacher, who was not at all popular, marked the answer wrong. Nobody really cared as much ecause it was not at all famous. YET.

edit Getting Famous

The boy's father, Prof. Dennis Patrick Assassina, was looking through his son's schoolbag. He discovered the test. Every answer was apparently right except for that one. He studied the answer for a while. And he discovered it was right. "This could change mathamatics. This can change everything. This is madness. THIS IS SPARTA!"

At approx. 2 p.m. in the afternoon, a meeting was held the next day. The answer to the question was formally changed. The boy's teacher got some sick and died. But nobody cares.

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