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The Best Never-Before-Seen Tangents in Trigonometry

By Erik Bergstrom Feb 4, 2014

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Don't you hate it when you're a circle, just being a circle, maybe with a point designated somewhere around your circumference—Z, we'll call it—and this line comes into your life, like, "Hey gurl," and the two of you connect in this charged moment, the line touching Z, and you're totally in sych, going the same direction and planning your summer together, when the line veers off like, "I am so into death metal, and did you know that I taught myself to play the milk jugs?" and you're all, DAMN! IT WAS JUST A TANGENT!

US TOO.

Here are some of the nuttiest tangents never seen before in trigonometry...

Topics: Life
Tags: math, laws, funny, rules, illustrated slideshows, trigonometry, tangents

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Erik Bergstrom

Erik Bergstrom is a comedian and illustrator who lives in New York City. His work has been featured in The New Yorker, Time Out New York, on VH1, Buzzfeed.com, boingboing.net, and as a blogger for Comedy Central's Indecison 2012. His book Grimmer Tales has been released Penguin Books.

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