Karen Marie Haas

(Taylor, Pennsylvania)

Mathematical Poem - Poem by Karen Marie Haas

Find the derivative of x^2 - 6x.Then susbtitute the numbers in the poem in for x and solve to find your new answer. Place the new number in the common alphabet code to solve the poem. 13-7-5.5-15.5 12.5-3.5-15.5 13-7-305-13 9-10.5-14-5.5 13-3.5-8.5-5.5-12.5 3.5 9-10.5-13 10.5-6 14.5-10.5-12-8.5. 13-7-3.5-13 9.5-13.5-12.5-13 4-5.5
13-12-13.5-5.5, 12.5-7.5-10-4.5-5.5 7.5 9.5-3.5-5-5.5 15.5-10.5-13.5 6.5-10.5 13-7-12-10.5-13.5-6.5-7 3.5-9-9 13-7-7.5-12.5 14.5-10.5-12-8.5 8-13.5-12.5-13 13-10.5 13-5.5-9-9 15.5-10.5-13.5 13-7-3.5-13 7.5 9-10.5-14-5.5 15.5-10.5-13.5!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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