Please, Help Jack solve his Common Core math problem…won’t you?

Jack, you’re screwed


Poor jack…


About Erick Brockway

Living in Camarillo, CA, about 45 miles North of LA. I have a son, and two daughters. Working two jobs (welcome to California life), plus a (now retired) reservist in the US Navy Seabees so life is busy!
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6 Responses to Please, Help Jack solve his Common Core math problem…won’t you?

  1. Mustang.Koji says:

    I was going to write a blog post on this same topic. Thank you, Obummer, for your illogical 2009 Stimulus Bill. Idiocy!

  2. viper581 says:

    Common Core is also used to assess the Federal debt by the Obama Administration, which also can not be explained or understood by any mathematicians of the world, only the Obama Administration understands this very complicated process. Math is FUZZY to Liberal Democrats!

    • Erick Brockway says:

      Yeah, I think the idea is to get people confused as humanly possible so nobody can ever check their figures.

  3. Chris says:

    Below is what I came up with in various facebook comments:

    Here is the answer. The page has a typo. If it was 427 – 306, it would make sense. Each large hump is 100 and each small hump is 1. Isn’t too difficult, guy with the bachelor degree needs to stop trying to throw his weight around and point out the typo instead of being pretentious.The sheet clearly shows that the small hump in the way left stops at 121. 427 – 306 (-100 -100 -100 -1-1-1-1-1-1) is 121. This sheet has a typo which makes his whole argument mute if it is based solely off of this sheet which it appears to be. Just because this person went to school for years and years does not make his opinion any more valid in this situation. I don’t have a “Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering” but I can see that this is a typo (the sheet says 316 instead of 306). That is the point. This person is not a revolutionary, just someone who wants to feel important instead of trying to fix the problem which is easily done in this situation by pointing out that THERE IS A TYPO!

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