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# math jokes post here! anyone post them!

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How many molecules are in a bowl of guac?

Oct 26, 2017

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I found this

Oct 26, 2017
edited by hectictar  Oct 26, 2017
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HAHAHA!!!!!......you guys/girls are too much....!!!!!

One more

Prove that

sin  x

______   =   6         [ cancel the n's   and we have ]

n

si  x      =    6

Oct 26, 2017
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Why didn't the sine cross the road? Cosecant.

Oct 27, 2017
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A man attempts to call his math professor. When they do not pick up, he hears their voicemail:

"The number you have dialed is imaginary. Please, rotate your phone by ninety degrees and try again".

Oct 27, 2017
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You know you have been doing too much math when you're driving down the highway and see a sign that says " LEFT LN CLOSED, " and instinctively read it as "left natural log closed"  .

This is something that actually happened to me... 😅😂

Oct 27, 2017
edited by hectictar  Oct 27, 2017
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LOL!! Somehow, I am not surprised. In few more weeks, your mind will interpret it as \Left parenthesis (Log Natural close parenthesis). Followed by “Wait, that isn’t right ... there’s no argument.”

During Spring break, when I was studying physics, I decided to spray my sunbathing friends with a garden hose, and I saw an equation like this:

$$V_f = V_0 \cdot sin( \theta) \Bigg( \dfrac {x}{V_0 \cdot cos(\theta)}\Bigg) + \dfrac {1}{2} \Bigg(\dfrac {x} {V_0 \cdot cos(\theta)}\Bigg)^{2}$$

But when they got up to chase me, I just ran like heII, and calculated my “escape velocity” later.

GingerAle  Oct 27, 2017
edited by GingerAle  Oct 27, 2017
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sin(gerine)/cos(gerine)=tangerine

$$\sqrt{-1}, 2^3, \sum, \pi$$

There are two types of people in this world. Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.

do greek cows say $$\mu$$ ?

Two statisticians go bird hunting. The first one fires at the bird but overshoots by 5 feet. The second one fires and undershoots the bird by 5 feet. They both give each other a high-five and say "Got it!".

Heisenberg is out for a drive and is stopped by a police officer. The officer approaches the car and says, "Do you know how fast you were going?" Heisenberg replies, "No, but I do know where I am."

Nov 1, 2017