The Royal Society

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This is a parody of Royals, original melody by Lorde and Joel Little.

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I've never seen a number like a ghost.
I never had to multiply by infinity.
And I'm not sure how to compare,
one zero to...another zero...

But everyone is like; differential and infinites'mal,
Newton's method, theorems fundamental.
Calculus...It's not as difficult as it seems.

But everybody's like Xeno, limits, epsilon and delta,
Cantor, Liebniz, infinites with sizes.
If you dare...just look to Jean le Rond d'Alembert!

And you'll know the difference, (difference)
Infinite and infinity.
Infinitessimals are small,
as if you had nothing at all.
But they're bigger than zero, (zero)
lacking finite quantity,
say maybe d-u d-u d-u d-u d-u.
A differential odyssey.

My friends are eigen vector rows.
I count infinities unless they're uncountable.

And sometimes when you multiply-infinity- by zero
you get real numbers.

But everyone is like; differential and infinites'mal,
Newton's method, theorems fundamental.
Calculus...It's not as difficult as it seems.

But everybody's like Xeno, limits, epsilon and delta,
Cantor, Liebniz, infinites with sizes.
If you dare...just look to Jean le Rond d'Alembert!

And you'll know the difference, (difference)
Infinite and infinity.
Infinitessimals are small,
as if you had nothing at all.
But they're bigger than zero, (zero)
lacking finite quantity,
say maybe d-u d-u d-u d-u d-u.
A differential odyssey.

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from icanhasmatheatre! The Archive., track released January 16, 2017
Lyrics: Marc Gutman
Main Vocal: Sadie Bowman
Backing Vocal: Rosalie Norris

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