Bad At Math AND Animal Identification

Funny Kids Drawings - Bad At Math AND Animal Identification

Submitted by: dunno source

While technically this is an F, they get a A plus for creativity.
But even if a bear is scaring you, it is possible to do math while you play dead…

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24 Responses to Bad At Math AND Animal Identification

  1. Lily says:

    I’m impressed that a toddler or grade-schooler was doing algebra with two variables and the distributive property. This site is ‘tots and crafts’ not ‘random people who don’t want to do their homework’.

  2. cattail77 says:

    does it really matter how old they are? Ok they are random people who dont want to do their homework but i dont care about that, I care about the creative ways that they express it.

  3. pepe says:

    I wish I could go back to school just to write this as an “answer” *ROFL*

  4. Dante Brevity says:

    I am a teacher and see this kind of thing occasionally. I one gave out a worksheet that asked something like, “Can you find the product of 23 and 7?” One kid wrote, “No.” To be fair, he answered the question…

  5. BeardInTheFace says:

    STOP PUTTING UP TEST ANSWER FOR FRIKIN’ GRADE 12 PARABOLAS, IT’S NOT WHAT THE WEBSITES FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. AmbiguiousSquirrel says:

    I must not give my youngest ideas for when she goes to kindergarten…

  7. AlligatorHater says:

    It was my understanding that this website is for cute things done by kids. As far as I’m concerned (and I myself am a teenager), someone in high school is still a kid. Valid entry.

    And by the way, this hardly Grade 12 math. I remember doing distributive properties in freshman year.

  8. Wookie says:

    Dearest Lily,

    STFU.

    I really dislike the incorrect usage of the word random, this is a valid entry. I can’t believe some people would get so uppity about one post straying from the rules and regulations just a tad.

  9. wisekidk says:

    Pfft, polynomials are tough stuff.

  10. matt says:

    im in sixth grade and i can answer this

  11. TCinNC says:

    Credit for thinking outside the box!

    If you don’t think something belongs, just skip to the next one. It’s not like we’ve all paid for this website content …

  12. nazani14 says:

    A bear without ears- this kid will grow up to have a great future as a “cryptozoologist” for the History channel.

  13. ShinyHappyPurple says:

    Looks more like a Yeti

  14. glenn epps says:

    WWWWWIIIINNNN!!!!

  15. billy says:

    yep, definitely a wookie

  16. Lucas says:

    Can’t believe this hasn’t been posted yet:

    -3y^4 + 2y^2 – 10xy^2 + 4xy – 8x^2

    • Lucas says:

      ….oops, my typo. That should be -3y^4 + 2y^3 – 10xy^2 + 4xy – 8x^2 . That’s assuming the 4x in the problem is negative, it’s kind of hard to see.

  17. Lanna says:

    The “GO TO THE NEXT PAGE” text reminds me of the FCAT tests.

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