...but I couldn't pass cowculus.
It only knew twigonometry
He simply said "Circumference" but unfortunately it didn't help me resolve my issue...
The scientific cylinder graduated
So it can derive it's own formula
The show had a section about pi. My wife said something about it didn't make sense.
I responded, "It is not supposed to be rational."
But reading mathematics puns makes me go even number
They tries to Log a Rhythm.
It doesn’t count in the first place.
A pie without 3.14159265359 is just a 2.7182818284. Have a good day.
Ordered a takeaway
power = work / time
knowledge = power
time = money
knowledge = work / money
solving for money...
money = work / knowledge
The less you know, the more money you make, regardless of how much work you do.
sin 90 = cot 45
You remove the S
Because they got them square roots.
women= time × money.
Now, we all know that time= money.
women = money × money = money^2
And everybody knows that money is the root of all evil:
money = √(evil)
women = [√evil)]^2 = evil
So my dad and I are talking one night during dinner and I let slip that my nickname in school is tangent. Then the following ensues Dad : Oh really? Well do you know who Satan's cousin is? Me : No. Dad : SaCOSINE! Me : Wait.... NOOOOO DAD NO.
He continued laughing hysterically for a good 10 minutes after.
Well played dad. Well played.
When the water evaporates, there is no longer any solution.
An Al Gore-rhythm
only a fraction of people will get this joke
There was an evil wizard who hated mathematics. One day he decided that he would end math once and for all, by capturing the 10 digits, and locking the away forever in his secret prison. So he cast his spell, and all the digits, from 0 to 9 were under his influence. He put them in his magic sack and rode off to the prison. When he reached the prison, he opened the sack. To his horror, there were not 10, but 9 digits there. After searching thoroughly he realized that...it was the 1 that got away.
ln(x) chats it up and has a great time, but e^x stands against a wall.
“What's the matter?” ln(x) asks e^x.
“I'm nervous about integrating,” replies e^x, shyly covering its face.
“Oh, that's simple,” ln(x) replies. “Just be yourself.”
I was the only one in the car who laughed.
But reading mathematics puns makes me go number
Mathematics puns always make me feel number.
They tried to Log a Rhythm!