## A.M.T.

Parody of the song “AC/DC – T.N.T.”

Math!
Math!
Math!
Math!
Math!
Math!
Math!
Math!

See me sit in the desk at school

From your white board at the front of the class
Out for all that I can get
If you know what I mean
A girl to the left of me
And a guy to the right
Ain’t got no pencil
Ain’t got no eraser
Don’t you start no test

Cause I’m in AMT It’s algebra!
AMT! and I’ll fail that test!

AMT! I’ve done this before!
AMT!  I’m doing it againnnnnnn!

I’m bored, mean and not listening
I want to leave
I don’t like the teacher
Understand?
And run for the door
The man is in the back of the room
To the left, in the second row against the wall

Cause I’m in AMT It’s algebra!

AMT! and I’ll fail that test!

AMT! I’ve done this before!

AMT!  I’m doing it againnnnnnn!

AMT! Math! Math! Math!

AMT! Math! Math! Math!

AMT! Math! Math! Math!

AMT! Math! Math! Math!

AMT! Math! Math! Math!

AMT! Math!

It’s algebra! (Math! Math!)

AMT! Math!

And I’ll fail that test! (Math! Math!)

AMT! Math!

I’ve done this before! (Math! Math!)

AMT!

I’m doing it againnnnnnn!!!

## Banana Math

You know how in first grade they used fruits to explain stuff like “one banana plus two bananas make three bananas”? Here’s a list of high school math courses based on bananas:

Algebra I – A
You have a negative banana (possibly made of antimatter).  Add two bananas to it and you get one banana.

Algebra I – B
You have a banana. Factor it, or solve for apples using the quadratic formula.

Geometry
Prove: Bananas are not vegetables. Given: Bananas are fruits.

Algebra II
You have an imaginary banana. Square it, and you get one of those weird anti-matter bananas. The student learns that their dreams will become reality if they only raise them to the fourth power.

Pre-Calculus
What is the cosecant of Pi over 2 bananas in a unit apple?

Calculus AB
The student learns to find the slope of a banana.

Calculus BC
The student learns to find the slope of a banana and also to find the area under the banana.

## n!x

n!x (the x is a superscript) – n. this means you multiply that number (n) like a regular factorial but you stop at the number represented by x. If the x # is more than n, then you multiply n by 1 more than itself and so on until x. I’m bored and I’m in Algebra 2 right now, so that’s why I made this. I’m a smart cookie, aren’t I?

## Silver Ring of Algebraic Justice

Silver Ring of Algebraic Justice – n. a special type of rolled up piece of Algebra homework in which it can slide over one of your fingers. With the Silver Ring of Algebraic Justice, you are empowered with all the equations in Algebra/Algebra 2 to fight off the evil math teachers who assign you homework.