• benorin
In summary: On the surface this one looks a bit ... disconnected.It's the fundamental theorem of calculus. On the left hand side, you have the integral (area) under the curve f(x) from a to b. On the right hand side, you have the difference between the values of the antiderivative F(x) at a and b. So it's connecting the concepts of area and slope (antiderivative).
benorin
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Summary:: Ok, so let hear 'em, all your tasteful bad math jokes...

Found this on r/mathmemes

There's no solution for 31:

CalcNerd, WWGD, Hornbein and 4 others

Wrichik Basu, StatGuy2000, DennisN and 1 other person
A sailor knot walked into a bar and the bartender said we don't serve your kind here.

The knot left disappointed, retied himself, tousled his hair and went back inside.

The bartender said: "Hey weren't you just in here?"

and the knot said: I'm a frayed knot."

benorin, nuuskur, rsk and 4 others
IDK if you guys watch Doctor Who at all but I can tell you that all these conversations are entirely in character, when I read these I can even remember Peter Capaldi's classic, old-man smart-ass attitude when he's telling the punchline like in the show.

If ever in these times you find yourself without something to do for like two weeks (maybe three if you sleep) watch the newer seasons of Doctor Who (starting with Series 1 near the top of the page just below Series 2; do note they are listed in order from bottom to top).

jedishrfu
berkeman, MevsEinstein, Hornbein and 5 others
Rolling back the years to a simpler time when Abbott and Costello taught us some real math:

-vs-

today when society teaches the teacher the true value of math:

Wes Tausend, CalcNerd, pinball1970 and 3 others

WWGD, PhDeezNutz, MevsEinstein and 5 others
Which knight built The Round Table?
Sir Cumference.

WWGD, MevsEinstein, rsk and 7 others
What US government organization is so entrenched that not even a force of nature could move it?

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

ie

##F = m a##

PhDeezNutz, MevsEinstein, rsk and 2 others
benorin said:
Summary:: Ok, so let hear 'em, all your tasteful bad math jokes...

Found this on r/mathmemes

There's no solution for 31:
View attachment 264409

Just out of curiosity, in the meme you attached, I recognize British actor Peter Capaldi, but I don't recognize the actress. Do you happen to know who she is?

Grelbr42 and benorin
A man walked into a bar but it was closed.

thegoldbering, nuuskur and AlexCaledin

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rsk and collinsmark
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fresh_42 said:
I realize knowing the name of the actress hardly makes you guilty, but are you by chance a closet Doctor Who fan?

Well, they show it here on the late night shift of a minor channel. Basically the shows from Christopher Eccleston until Jodie Whittaker, currently Matt Smith and Jenna. I think the Whittaker shows are not fully translated, yet, since they aired only a few episodes before they began to repeat the old ones.

Grelbr42, CalcNerd, PhDeezNutz and 5 others

Pythagoras?

PhDeezNutz, MevsEinstein, kith and 3 others
kith, benorin and mfb
jack action said:
Shouldn't that be: "7/16" - 10 cents"?

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BillTre said:
Flattened view of a tetrahedron?
Three-dimensional student arrangement to fit more students in classrooms... I should suggest that.

DrClaude said:

Discrete metric.

Q: What is the natural topology for a group of gossips?
A: The indiscreet topology.

benorin
mfb said:
Three-dimensional student arrangement to fit more students in classrooms... I should suggest that.
The elementary school I went to had like 20 ft high ceilings, they planned ahead.

BillTre said:
Shouldn't that be: "7/16" - 10 cents"?
The 10 cents was borrowed from his buddy. Since he owes 10 cents, the negative value is implicit. This is why math is important.

Borg, CalcNerd, Wrichik Basu and 1 other person

MevsEinstein, nuuskur, pbuk and 4 others
A favorite probability problem. A buys two tickets, who gives 1 to B, who gives it to C, who rips it it half. Calculate everyone's expectation value.

Do we include that A will sue B if they win a lot?

Whenever someone got things reversed (like saying North Main St instead of South Main St.) and subsequently made a correction, one graduate student I knew would say "##Z_2## acts again".

benorin
So many people here will recognize themselves:

CalcNerd, MevsEinstein, nuuskur and 1 other person
No! This is wrong in the last row for mathematicians.

It has to be ##\pi = \dfrac{C_\circ}{D_\circ} \notin \mathbb{Q}.##

A favorite probability problem. A buys two tickets, who gives 1 to B, who gives it to C, who rips it it half. Calculate everyone's expectation value.
B and C have spent nothing and can win nothing so their expectation is zero. A is out \$2.18 for the ticket they kept (assuming SMBC's number is the expected loss on a ticket) plus the raw cost of the second destroyed ticket. Or am I missing something?

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