shmoe said:One of my favorites, find:
Help me out here shmoe.shmoe said:One of my favorites, find:
This next one isn't a joke so much as it is a cute poem. What does it say?
Nice, I like that one.shmoe said:Well done. Out of a typical first year calculus class, usually one or two students will shout out "log cabin", causing much groaning in the classroom. I then get to proclaim "Close, it's actually a houseboat" and get confused stares. "You forgot the C!" prompts even louder groans, a double whammy.
Keep 'em coming :rofl:shmoe said:I'll put the poem in white below, highlight to see clearly:
A dozen, a gross, and a score,
Plues three times the square root of four,
Divided by seven,
Plues five times eleven,
Is nine squared, and not a bit more
fourier jr said:ummmm not sure how that integral makes a houseboat. i get the log cabin part though.
Merry Christmas!kreil said:simplify the expression:
benorin said:I recall once saying that when I had given the same lecture several times I couldn't help feeling that they really ought to know it by now. --John E Littlewood, A Mathematician's Miscellany, 1953.