Beyoncé's "Formation" Is Now Being Used to Teach Kids Math, Because *That* Is Her Level of Influence

"I'm so crazy with my circular measurements."

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Beyoncé should go ahead and update her resumé, because she can now add "human text book" to her list of achievements—right under "chanteuse" and "lord and savior of mankind."

Thanks to the brilliant rhythm of "Formation," a teacher in New Orleans was able to create a new math-themed version in order to help her students learn geometry. Lyrical gems include: "Geometry matters, down in Louisiana," and "I bring A's home in my bag, swag."

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In the words of Beyoncé (who apparently spends her time trolling YouTube for fan-vids), "amazing!"

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