Thursday, March 10, 2005

The Problem With Leaving a Midterm

So today I had to fetch my midterms. I'm still grading.

For your amusement:

Question: Describe a simple, polygonal, closed curve in your own words.

Answer: A closed polygon having any number of plausible sides and vertices, not the usual shapes we think of when it comes to polygonal closed curves.

Answer: Simple having no dimension. Polygonal having shape with dimension. Closed curve enclosed with no openings.

Answer: This is the vertice point in a triangle.

Answer: A simple polygonal close curve is a curve on a polygon that has boundries [sic]. It can either take a triangular curve or a square curve. The shape of the polygon limits us to only these curves.