math jokes, humor, and poetry We're moving! I'm in the process of dismantling this joke site and migrating it over to a more accessible, easier-to-update blog. You can check it out at Let epsilon be less than zero. Math Jokes at WorkJoke.com - Profession Jokes How they prove that all odd integers higher than 2 are prime? There are three kinds of mathematicians:those who can count and those who can't. There are two groups of people in the world;those who believe that the world can bedivided into two groups of people,and those who don't. There are two groups of people in the world:Those who can be categorized into one of twogroups of people, and those who can't. The Flood is over and the ark has landed. Noah lets all the animals out and says, "Go forth and multiply."
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Back to the future: This man interviews his 12-year-old self Last updated: April 17, 2014 Jeremiah, meet Jeremiah. You look confused. Source: news.com.au MEET Jeremiah McDonald. He's 32 years old. Math Jokes > Debate about the box An engineer, a physicist, and a mathematician are trying to set up a fenced-in area for some sheep, but they have a limited amount of building material. The engineer gets up first and makes a square fence with the material, reasoning that it's a pretty good working solution. "No no," says the physicist, "there's a better way." He takes the fence and makes a circular pen, showing how it encompasses the maximum possible space with the given material. Then the mathematician speaks up: "No, no, there's an even better way."
Is Santa real Physicist: The existence of Santa Claus is an established fact, beyond debate. I, like most people of my generation, have verified his existence experimentally by means of the “Cookie test”. The idea that millions of people, the world over, could leave cookies and milk out in the evening, and have them replaced by presents in the morning, without a “Jolly Agent” implies a conspiracy on a frankly Orwellian scale. OpenOffice.org - The Free and Open Productivity Suite
MATH HUMOUR This page includes a few mathematically humourous jokes and sayings that any mathematician can appreciate! The jokes contain something essential about mathematics and the mathematical way of thinking. Enjoy! My friend made this in Math today.. Savage Research, Humor: Math Knowledge Two mathematicians were having dinner in a restaurant, arguing about the average mathematical knowledge of the American public. One mathematician claimed that this average was woefully inadequate, the other maintained that it was surprisingly high. "I'll tell you what," said the cynic. "Ask that waitress a simple math question. If she gets it right, I'll pick up dinner. If not, you do."
Motivational Pictures Calculus Previous Picture | Next Picture | Random Picture Back to Motivational Pictures homepage. Quotes « Let ε < 0. The four branches of arithmetic — ambition, distraction, uglification and derision. (Lewis Caroll, Alice in Wonderland) As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality. (Albert Einstein) If you can’t explain what you are doing to a nine-year-old, then either you still don’t understand it very well, or it’s not all that worthwile in the first place.