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3 hours ago, Sloth the Enduring said:

Yes.  That is exactly what I did. Cheddar and sardines are a good combination.  Cheddar and Jam is a good combination.  All together, not so much. 

 

This is because you assumed it followed the transitive law: if A + B = good and B + C = good, then A + C =  good. But flavor is a non-transitive function. I'm surprised a science teacher would make such a basic mathematical mistake, frankly. Educational standards really are slipping if this is what we're teaching our children about the proper mathematical use of jam.

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