Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for January 06, 1988

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    bhillianthe  over 13 years ago

    that’s a hella instinct Hobbes

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    kpreethy  about 13 years ago

    Yeah!! they are born with it….

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    Icalasari  about 13 years ago

    They’re born full of something…

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    DragonWizzard  almost 13 years ago

    Full of….. You uh. You see where I’m going with this.

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    DerkinsVanPelt218  over 12 years ago

    Yes, numbers like “i” or “u” simply do not exist in any true mathematic terms, they represent whatever the equation my need them to.

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    yow4zip Premium Member over 10 years ago

    A possibly imaginary tiger talking about imaginary numbers.

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    bmonk  over 10 years ago

    If I live to be eleventy-twelve, I will never understand Hobbes’ math.

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    Cabeman1099  over 10 years ago

    For the record, there is such a. Thing as an imaginary number

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    AdmiralMercurial  almost 8 years ago

    I remember how excited I was when I found out there actually was such a thing as “imaginary numbers”. Took me straight back to memories of this comic.

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    (insert name here)  about 6 years ago

    imaginary number,i,is equal to the square root of -1

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    (insert name here)  about 6 years ago

    the way hobbes put it,they will write {(30)2}

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    MateRight  almost 5 years ago


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    DanWolfie  about 3 years ago

    I remember my high school’s math office had this strip taped to a closet door. I like Hobbes’s pose in the last panel.

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    Dragongirl55  12 months ago

    I first read this when I was six. Eight years later, I found out imaginary numbers were an actual thing. My life felt like a lie.

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