Monday, July 5, 2010

Time On My Mind > How Can Time Be Multipled By Time?

Colleagues/

My Wife and Mother Of Our Three Daughters > Kate; Kristen; and Beth >, Karen Anglin, Just Posted A Very Timely Comic / Cartoon On Facebook  >


She Noted In Her Post My Interest In Albert (And My LikeNess [:-)])  >



In What Is Becoming A More-Than-Regular Epiphany >>>

It Occurred To Me >>>

>>> How Would One Square Time *By* Time ? <<<

Think About It! >  (Some) Librarians / Educators / Information Specialist Are Among The Most TimeLess Individuals I Know !

BTW: "Time Is On My Side" >



>>> Your (Timely)Thoughts ? / Please Post As A Comment <<<

1 comment:

  1. To square a value is to multiply that value by itself (Ex: 10^2 = 10*10 = 100).

    "Time" squared = time^2 = time*time

    "Time" to the "time"th power = time^time = time*time*time*time*time*time*time*time...

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