So Abbie and I are sitting on the couch doing Algebra. We're working with radicals, and as you probably know, having a radical in the denominator of a fraction is a no-no, mathematically. So I pointed to one particular fraction and said, "What's wrong with this one?"
She replied, "It has a thingy in the bottom."
In my best teacher-voice, I gently reminded her, "Say it using mathematical terms. It has a radical in the denominator," expecting her to say it along with me, or at least repeat it after me. Her answer?
Where can I find a brick wall?
Be thankful ~