Reduction of order is a technique in mathematics for solving second-order ordinary differential equations. It is also a technique used in restaurants by math geeks who change their order to an amount less than originally requested.
I went to McDonald's and ordered two Big Macs, but I changed my mind and ordered only one. They didn't like my reduction of order.
by murr2k March 14, 2009
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