Peeker’s Textbook

12 04 2009

I think I’ve now discovered the possibly the most awesome textbook to date.
It apparently uses an example of how to apply trigonometry to a real life situation, say what sort of angles are you dealing with when peeking at the undergarments of the woman siting on the opposite bench on the train.



This textbook is apparently from the Japanese textbook series Dream Science Laboratory, originally published in Japanese it seems it is relevant to the interests of Korean teaching staff.

News Courtesy of Sankaku Complex





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16 04 2009
Como aprenden trigonometría los japoneses « Friki Party!

[…] Obviamente esto no se enseña en las escuelas niponas, sino que forma parte de la serie de libros de texto “Dream Science Laboratory“, de mucho éxito en Japón y Korea […]

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