Cost per thousand. M=1000 in Roman numerals. Generally used to quote advertising prices on the internet on how many ad impressions you can buy for a certain amount of money.

The CPM on Yahoo is a hell of a lot more than you can afford!

od uživatele SynthBaron
26. Listopad 2003

Acronym for "College Preperatory Mathematics." A non functional method for teaching middle and high school level math.

Instead of actual textbooks, CPM classes use cheap paperbound workbooks that have absolutely nothing useful in them. While real textbooks include instructions, tables, equations, and examples that make it possible to learn by book alone, CPM books usually have none. CPM also places emphasis on (barely) supervised groupwork in the hopes that it helps students visualize mathematical concepts. Actually, all it does is destroy a student's ability to work on his/her own.

Teachers of such classes assume that CPM workbooks actually are textbooks and so don't really bother instructing students.

Instead of actual textbooks, CPM classes use cheap paperbound workbooks that have absolutely nothing useful in them. While real textbooks include instructions, tables, equations, and examples that make it possible to learn by book alone, CPM books usually have none. CPM also places emphasis on (barely) supervised groupwork in the hopes that it helps students visualize mathematical concepts. Actually, all it does is destroy a student's ability to work on his/her own.

Teachers of such classes assume that CPM workbooks actually are textbooks and so don't really bother instructing students.

I have to take remedial classes in college. Thank you, CPM!

od uživatele gooberliberation
05. Březen 2006

Cash Prize Monies!

(according to fonejacker)

(according to fonejacker)

fonejacker: You have won cash prize monies!

guy: holy fuck! I won cpm!

guy: holy fuck! I won cpm!

od uživatele katyisherelol
20. Září 2008

CPM, n. Also spelled CP/M. An acronym for "Control Program for Microprocessors", CP/M was a text-based operating system popular in the late 70s and early 80s. Developed for Intel 8080 and Zilog Z80 machines, it was also ported to x86. Utterly destroyed by MS/DOS (which was derived from CP/M) and IBM's x86 PCs (The PC, XT, and AT). This was the OS used on the famous Osborne portable computers, remembered both for being the first portables, and having a screen smaller than a postcard.

Many people think MS/DOS was a cheap ripoff of CP/M.

od uživatele Deuce on Guard
08. Srpen 2003