#2**+3 **

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

CPhill
Oct 26, 2017

#4**+3 **

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".

ZZZZZZ
Oct 27, 2017

#5**+4 **

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... 😅😂

hectictar
Oct 27, 2017

#6**+4 **

LOL!! Somehow, I am not surprised. In few more weeks, your mind will interpret it as \__Left__ parenthesis (__L__og __N__atural __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

#7**+1 **

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."

ZZZZZZ
Nov 1, 2017