Surreal Mathematics - Poem by Zachary Zuccaro
Given a fish hook and a sinker,
one may form what we find
to say the exact amplitude but not aptitude
of the solution in a coma and a sea.
Further, we are such that if
and x y, then let me illustrate this
whole thing with an example.
The sign of y shows that the equation is solved.
Here we will show the derivative of a constant state.
One partial to x.
Since that is such that and within
without we will find this.
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