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<title>Limerick byhttps://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/nsutcliffe/entry/limerick/2005-11-30T00:35:16Z2005-11-30T00:35:16Z<p>Integral z squared dz<br />
Between one and the cube root of three<br />
Times the cosine<br />
Of three pi over nine<br />
Equals log of the cube root of e!</p>
<p>A dozen, a gross, and a score,<br />
plus three times the square root of four,<br />
divided by seven,<br />
plus five times eleven,<br />
is nine squared and not a bit more. </p>
<p>The integral sec y dy<br />
From zero to one-sixth of pi<br />
Is the log to base e<br />
Of the square root of three<br />
Times the square root of the fourth power of i</p><p>Integral z squared dz<br />
Between one and the cube root of three<br />
Times the cosine<br />
Of three pi over nine<br />
Equals log of the cube root of e!</p>
<p>A dozen, a gross, and a score,<br />
plus three times the square root of four,<br />
divided by seven,<br />
plus five times eleven,<br />
is nine squared and not a bit more. </p>
<p>The integral sec y dy<br />
From zero to one-sixth of pi<br />
Is the log to base e<br />
Of the square root of three<br />
Times the square root of the fourth power of i</p>