## Tuesday, November 23, 2010

### Why I Love Math - Bra & Tits

If you have a son who is having trouble in math at school, you need to find a way to motivate him.

This is how.

You need to tell him about this thing called Bra. You need to tell him for the rest of his life he will be chasing for the thing in that picture below. So the sooner he learns something about it, the better. Don't concentrate on the bra, it's the things inside.

 Well, that's a bikini top but I like her tits. So sue me you fucking moron.

# Brassiere

brassiere (pronounced UK: /ˈbræzɪər/US: /brəˈzɪər/; commonly referred to as a bra /ˈbrɑː/) is an article of clothing that covers, supports, and elevates the breasts. Since the late 19th century, it has replaced the corsetas the most widely accepted method for supporting breasts.
Female-bodied individuals wear bras for a variety of purposes: for support, to improve the shape of breasts, to reduce or to enlarge the perceived breast size, to restrain breast movement during an activity such as exercise, to enhance their cleavage or to facilitate nursing. Most bras are designed to be form-fitting and to lift the breasts off the chest wall if they sag and to restrain their movement. Bra designers strive to produce a garment that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
For some people, the bra has become a garment with erotic significance and a feminine icon or symbol with political and cultural significance beyond its primary function. Some feminists consider the brassiere a symbol of the repression of women's bodies.[1] Culturally, when a young girl gets her first bra, it may be symbolic of hercoming of age.[2]

 THAT IS A BRA.

What then does math gotta do with it????

Calculating cup volume
One of the principal functions of a bra is to elevate and "support" the breasts, that is, to raise them from their normal position lying against the chest wall. This is considered the defining characteristic of the bra: supporting the weight from the back and shoulders, as opposed to lift solely from below (as corsets do).[1] Over-reliance on the shoulder straps for support can lead to poor posture, back pain and neck pain due to pinched nerves. In a well-fitted bra, 80% of the breast weight is supported by the chest band, something which is particularly important to those with larger breasts.[16]