|To the problem of modeling...|
At the military science lesson:|
Instructor: you must learn it well that a shell, after being fired from a cannon, keeps a parabolic trajectory, like this (drawing).
Student (gingerly): may I ask you a question?
Student (gingerly): if the cannon is turned sideways than the shell will go round the corner, will not it?
Instructor (embarrassed): well..., hm-m..., mm..., well... Oh!
No one would lay it down sideways, it is so heavy!
The version of the previous joke:|
Instructor: you must learn it well that a shell, after being fired from a cannon, first moves parabolically and than mechanically.
- Sun-spots are indeed very important, - Svejk broke in.
- Once there appeared a sun-spot, and the same day I was beaten at the Bansets' pub in Nousli.
Since then before going out I always browse newspapers looking for a notice about any sun-spot.
In such a case - "farewell, my angel", I stay at home.
When the Monpele volcano has annihilated the Martinic island, one professor announced in the "National Policy"
that he had warned of the sun-spots. Unfortunately, the "National Policy" was not delivered to that island in time.
And down they crashed!
Jaroslav Hasek. "The Adventures of Good Soldier Svejk".
(Translation of EMICS web-master)
|"If you give a mare a flick on the nose it will wag its tail."
(Translation of EMICS web master)
| A problem is said to be complex if its solution can not be downloaded from the Internet.