Wednesday, September 24, 2008

You Don't Jump to Conclusions, You Draw Them

Yesterday, my ten year old casually asks me what the word "conclusion" meant. I was in another room and not looking at what he was working on, so I told him the definition of conclusion would be the end of something.

It turns out he was doing a math problem. This is the question:

"If Jose worked 5 hours and made $31.25, and Annie worked 6 hours and made $37.50, and Tina worked 9 hours and made $56.25, what conclusion can you draw from that information?"

Here is his answer:
They would be TIRED, of course!

1 comment:

Moody said...

Oh. MY. Gosh. That is brilliant (and hilarious!)