Life Is No Fun Without Z (Z Is 4 Z-Axis, N Is 4 No)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X-axis is lonely,

Y-axis is lovely;

When two of them form a right angle,

They have built a plane, solid like a triangle.

X-Y plane is strong but flat,

soon they begin to  dream of something more than that;

Z-axis is lonely,

XY-plane is lovely,

When three of them work together to form a family,

They constitute a beautiful space in geometry.

Thus, x-axis is cute,

xy-plane is cuter,

and xyz cubic space is the cutest.

please look at the graphs above,

Enjoy a good laugh!

Life is no fun without z,

you got to learn you a-b-c!

——

ABC Wednesday,  Z

Alphabe-Thursday-N

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35 thoughts on “Life Is No Fun Without Z (Z Is 4 Z-Axis, N Is 4 No)

  1. Thanks Jingle, for the wonderful poem, and most of all the geometry lesson. I need that. It comes in very handy to understand and created incredible fractal art from scratch, which I can’t do at this point. I love your poem.

  2. The geometry is beyond me, but the idea is perfect for Z day… lonely/lovely, cute/cuter/cutest …I like that.
    So cute, and very acute of you.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  3. After I got over hyperventilating at the whole algebraic equation possibilities, I enjoyed your little poem.

    Over 40 years have passed since high school Math and it still makes my palms sweat!

    Thanks for a nifty (albeit slightly anxious) link to Alphabe-Thursday’s letter “N”!

    Always wonderful to visit you!

    A+

  4. This is too cute 🙂 I love how you made such a fun poem with math! Who knew that math can be so cute! I need to go send this to all my nerd friends now 🙂

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