By Stan Bargemeyer, Coma News Daily Intern
In 1982 the Coma DOT created math based road signage that would not only regulate speed but also teach valuable math lessons at the same time. After several poorly-educated drivers were ticketed for traveling at an excess of 1,833mph the signs were quickly replaced with the standard 55mph used today in Coma. The math based signs did not work as well as the punctuated signs that were implemented last year in Coma.
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