It started as a nice sunny day in Lexington, Kentucky, when Larry the Cable Guy ran into an Egyptian Goddess.
It began to rain once they reached one of the fields used for corn.
"The weather likes to change without any warning around these parts."
Larry and the Egytian Goddess make their way towards one of the buildings when she asks Larry a question.
"So how advanced has math gotten over the years?"
"Math is something that I try to avoid at all costs."
"There's this one thing called solving a limit numerically, which I do happen to find relatively easy. All you really need is a calculator. A special calculator, but a calculator nonetheless."
"I would be really grateful if you could tell me how to do it."
"First you click the button with a y= on it from there you plug in the equation in this case (4x^3-39x^2+32x+315)/(x^3-21x^2+131x-231). Next you will push 2nd button and then the graph button with table above it. Next you plug in the numbers 6.9999999 and 7.0000001. Both of should give the same answer and in this case it is -4.625."
"That really does seem easy, as long as I type all the correct numbers."
The day had finally reached its end, meaning that it was time for the Egyptian Goddess to leave. They said their final goodbyes and hugged it out at the farm's lake dock.
"Well maybe I'll see you somewhere in the afterlife."