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Proposing a Marriage Using Math

If you remember your math lessons, you'll find this proposal letter not only sweet but very entertaining. Is this how engineers should propose?

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How To Use Math When Proposing To Someone


We’ve always wanted to meet the love of our lives and spend each waking moment with them.

Admit it or not, we all want a little romance despite our hectic schedules.

But what happens when you fall in love with an engineer? It feels great, right?

Unless you don’t understand the things that he’s doing or the things he tells you.

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So could you imagine if an engineer uses mathematics to propose to you? This letter is one example of how engineers would simply propose to you. It’s sweet when you love Math (or at least know the basics), but if you don’t, then you probably wouldn’t even know someone is proposing to you.


“Yesterday, I was passing by your rectangular house in trigonometric lane. There I saw you with your cute circular face, conical nose and spherical eyes, standing in your triangular garden.

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Before seeing you my heart was a null set, but when a vector of a particular Magnitude from your eyes at a deviation of theta radians made a tangent to my heart, my heart differentiated.

My love for you is a quadratic equation with real roots, which only You can solve by making good binary relation with me.

The tangent of my love for you extends to infinity. I promise that I should not resolve you into partial fractions but if I do so, you can integrate me by applying the limits from zero to infinity.

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You are as essential to me as an element to a set. The geometry of my life revolves around your acute personality.

My love, if you do not meet me at parabola restaurant on date 10 at sunset, when the sun is making an angle of 160 degrees, my heart would be like a solved polynomial of degree 10.

With love from your higher order derivatives of maxima and minima, of an unknown function.”

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Engr. Cody Catarina
Currently working as talent acquisition manager at Carillion Construction, Glasgow,UK. A badass mechanical engineer from University of Leeds. Editor and writer at GineersNow. Follow my travel and auto blogs


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