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Av
joined Jun 7, 2013

Aha~ I found me a good one-shot again~ Its sad that its just one-shot though. But it was really nice. And the art is really gorgeous. <3

joined May 31, 2013

I question the math though, what would female + female equal?

Z%20ss
joined Oct 15, 2013

I question the math though, what would female + female equal?

Glorious yuri :D

Images
joined Aug 31, 2013

Aw. It got me when she ran away. This was so cute.

joined Aug 1, 2011

Argh. Those eyes. Some of them are normal enough, but others have me questioning if these two girls might be related to the Corinthian.

Beyond that, though, this was a cute.

ChocolateCakeLover
Gigi7
joined Feb 4, 2015

'I'm not like that'

'Me neither'

Keep denying it. We know the truth.

great that it's England she's coming to. My jingoism counts it as a victory over all the other obviously inferior countries, which are so for no reason other than 'not England'.

Also, come on, what else could female + female equal? Revers is true, what else could love be the sum of? Pointless title!

-Het delenda est

last edited at Apr 28, 2015 6:29PM

Roomie
joined Mar 9, 2014

Female + Female = 2Female
Female*Female = Love <=> Female = Love^(1/2)
Female + Female = 2*Love^(1/2)

QED

Sorry

last edited at Apr 28, 2015 6:43PM

ChocolateCakeLover
Gigi7
joined Feb 4, 2015

Female + Female = 2Female
Female*Female = Love <=> Female = Love^(1/2)
Female + Female = 2*Love^(1/2)

QED

Sorry

Once upon a time I knew what QED stood for. I know translated it's 'now it is proven' or something.

GCSE further maths was, like, a whole bit under a year ago.

It is long forgotten.

I hated proof.

I have used enter way too much today.

last edited at Apr 28, 2015 6:54PM

Roomie
joined Mar 9, 2014

In france we use the french equivalent CQFD (what needed to be proved) to be sarcastic when we correct someone or state something obvious and we don't actually use it at the end of (mathematical) proof. Didn't actually know it was used at the end off mathematic proof before I wrote it in my earlier post x)

Edit : Wiki says "which had to be proven" excuse my poor english

last edited at Apr 28, 2015 7:06PM

ChocolateCakeLover
Gigi7
joined Feb 4, 2015

In france we use the french equivalent CQFD (what needed to be proved) to be sarcastic when we correct someone or state something obvious and we don't actually use it at the end of (mathematical) proof. Didn't actually know it was used at the end off mathematic proof before I wrote it in my earlier post x)

Edit : Wiki says "which had to be proven" excuse my poor english

Honestly, the quality of my teacher, I couldn't be sure it was used at the end of mathematical proof.

Google search provided similar meaning for QED, I have bad memory.

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joined Feb 2, 2013

i don't want to google it, but i know that QED is latin : quod xxx demonstrandum, in italian is "come volevasi dimostrare",
i love math and this artist too, i'd like to see some new works from her

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joined Apr 23, 2013

QED = Quod erat demonstrandum.

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joined Aug 24, 2015

back in high school my geometry teacher thought he was being clever when he told us that QED meant "quite easily done". He told us this when we were all in the middle of struggling to solve a particularly difficult proof...

DR2 Hajime Hinata
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joined Jul 20, 2016

Female + Female = 2Female
Female*Female = Love <=> Female = Love^(1/2)
Female + Female = 2*Love^(1/2)

QED

Sorry

Honestly this was a coincidence but I read the new chapter of Gakkou Gurashi that came out on this website hours ago, but it told me what QED meant...wow what a coincidence

joined Nov 27, 2017

QED = Quod erat demonstrandum.

Which always sounded to me like the most arrogant thing to put at the end of a proof.

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joined Mar 4, 2018

I question the math though, what would female + female equal?

Fun.

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