Nicki Minaj has always been a fan of education. Early in her career, she always stressed the importance of going to school and particularly for girls to never play dumb to get ahead. Nicki then put actions behind her words by starting a "Student Of The Game" college fund. Last year, while on Instagram Live with the Princess of Rap, Megan Thee Stallion, she revealed that one of her biggest regrets is not going to college.
So, it shouldn't be a shock that a college professor used one of Nicki Minaj's most iconic
lyrics to teach his students chemistry? Two days ago, a tweet went viral after Elise Morgan posted a chemistry equation given to her sister by her professor on Twitter. The tweet said, "My sister's chem professor is a barb????," along with a screenshot of a chemistry problem. The equation given to students used part of Nicki Minaj's classic rap verse off Kanye West's "Monster," featuring Rick Ross, Bon Iver, and Jay-Z.
The chemistry problem, which I could solve if I wanted to, read:
Nicki Minaj has a lyric, "Yeah, my money's so tall that my Barbie's gotta climb it." The activation energy associated with Barbie's climb is 50kJ/mol. If Barbie has a rate constant of 1.50x10 x at 25 °C, what is the rate constant for Barbie at 100 °C?
Elise Morgan added that her sister's professor's two passions are Nicki Minaj and hockey. That's an unusual mix😳.
Needless to say, Elise received a variety of responses from people who solved the problem, to those using Nicki Minaj lyrics as the answer, and those praising the professor for his creativity.
We all know that Nicki Minaj has inspired many to push their pens, but now she is making people want to solve chemistry problems. The reach this woman has...Amazing!
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