https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Proving-Dilberts-Salary-Theorem-with-the-logical-fallacy-of-equivocation-3922711 HSA-CED.A.4, CCRA.W.1, CCRA.W.2
When you mix meanings in an an algebraic proof by the substitution of not-quite equals, you can show “As knowledge approaches zero, money approaches infinity” or “the less you know, the more you make”. This 6-frame (5-seconds each, continuously looping) animated GIF can be used as a bell-ringer or a slide within a PowerPoint slide show about critical thinking or algebra or avoiding fallacies and sloppy thinking when writing essays. Image size 960×720 (file size 847 KB). Note: You can pause an animated GIF during a PowerPoint Slide Show by Right-Clicking your mouse and later resume animation with a Left-Click. This mouse-trick works in PPT 2010, but other PPT versions may work differently.
Used/tested and engaging with English Composition, English 101.
To learn how to make such animated GIFs using PowerPoint and a free online AGIF maker, see PowerPoint slide show Animated GIFs—How to Make and Use