Ain't Differentiable (The Ballad of the General Lee and the Unbridgeable Gap)

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lyrics

I say Jump or Gap or Cusp or Hole,
Vertical Tangent and Asymptote.
If you see 'em point, it's critical,
'cause they ain't differentiable,

A Jump or Gap think generally
and jump that gap like the General Lee!
A hole discontinuity, that's been removed.
One point removed from the whole's a hole.
and it ain't differentiable,

I say Jump or Gap or Cusp or Hole,
Vertical Tangent and Asymptote.
If you see 'em point, it's critical,
'cause they ain't differentiable,

Join hands, join hands, create a cusp,
when two curves meet continuous.
But don't bestow your misplaced trust.
Now hand to hand and turn it up.
Vertical tangent to fill your cup.
Cobra says, "Smooth curves man, no trouble,"
but they ain't differentiable,

Yo differentiable is the word and girl I got a function for those curves
you may have limits but I ain't got none, my lyrics are continuous,
'cause I'm original not derivative in style,
with analytical critical formulas all the time,
now that I got this interval opened up it's time to end this tangent. What?

I say Jump or Gap or Cusp or Hole,
Vertical Tangent and Asymptote.
If you see 'em point, it's critical,
'cause they ain't differentiable,

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from icanhasmatheatre! The Archive., released August 28, 2014

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