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If you put root beer in a square glass, do you get beer?

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 May 30, 2017
 #1
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\(1.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000*\sqrt{beer}\)

 

is a root beer float, no?

 May 30, 2017
 #2
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and, does

sqrt(-1), 23, Σ, π

mean I ate sum pie?

 May 30, 2017
 #3
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LOL!!!!!

 

Mathematically, we have

 

 (√beer)2   =   beer

 

 

 

cool cool cool

 May 30, 2017
 #4
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Well, I had a plan to respond, but then this happened:

 

PLAN    
(P+L)(A+N)    
PA+PN+LA+LN    

 

My plans were foiled...

 May 30, 2017
 #5
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they won't allow root beer in square glasses at math parties though, because you can't drink and derive.

 May 30, 2017
 #6
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\((\sqrt{(-it))^2}\)

 

It just got real!

 May 30, 2017
edited by TheXSquaredFactor  May 30, 2017
 #7
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does sin(gerine)/cos(gerine) equal tangerine?

 May 30, 2017
 #8
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did you know three out of two people have trouble with fractions?

 May 30, 2017
 #9
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I'll continue these awesome math jokes that require algebra, geometry, calculus, and so on, but graphing is where I draw the line!

 May 31, 2017
 #10
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ZZZZZZ, I have something to tell you; it's a secret:

 

\(9x-7i>3(3x-7u)\)

 

Alright, I'll solve it!

 

\(9x-7i>9x-21u\)

\(-7i>-21u\)

\(i <3 u\)

 

i <3 u! I have proof!

 May 31, 2017
edited by TheXSquaredFactor  May 31, 2017
 #11
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an opinion without 3.14159265358979323 is just an onion

 May 31, 2017
 #12
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Dear Algebra,

       

       Stop asking us to find your x. She doesn't want to talk to you.

 May 31, 2017
 #13
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 May 31, 2017
 #14
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+2

Uh oh! There's been a recent crime scene!

 

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and 13 are the prime suspects!

 May 31, 2017
 #15
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+1

Hahaha! I never heard that one before! laugh

hectictar  May 31, 2017
 #16
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I know how to delete the answers now!

 May 31, 2017
 #17
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why did the complex tree fall over?

because it had no real roots

 May 31, 2017
 #18
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+1

if you had a pizza with depth a and radius z, to find the volume would you do pi*z*z*a?

 May 31, 2017
 #19
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+2

if 666 is evil, would 25.8069 be the root of all evil?

 May 31, 2017
 #20
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why didn't sine cross the road?

cosecant

 May 31, 2017
 #21
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Parallel lines have so much in common that it is a shame that they will never meet!

 Jun 1, 2017
 #22
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:) :) :)

 Jun 2, 2017
 #23
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Is this supposed to be \(THAT\)OFF TOPIC?

 Jun 3, 2017

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