.....live the longest.
Because it was very Mean Data!
...are made up right there on the spot.
The N’s justify the means.
They just get mean. (I know ... just an average joke)
people who are mean tend to be average.
Now I just need to work out if that's my wife or my girlfriend.
This worries me heavily, it could either be my wife or my girlfriend!
They beeped out everything he said!
Is this an example of small sample size?
I'd hate to be that guy.
Make up a quarter of the population
Teacher: “What will next week’s test be on?”
Class: “Confidence intervals and….”
Teacher: “No, it’ll be on paper.”
Teacher: “And how long will it be?”
Class: “Umm, like, ten questions?”
Teacher: “No, 8.5 by 11 inches.”
But graphing is where she drew the line.
It was very demeaning.
I mean--What are the chances?
Apparently, only one in seven calls themselves happy
It was exhausting.
3,14% of every sailors are πrates.
It’s all because of the left-wing liberal median.
does that mean 1 enjoys it?
EDIT: Ha! I'm glad to see I was right about this joke! It was actually in one of my latest youtube videos and I even referenced /r/dadjokes. Apparently I was spot on!
Here's the link if you want to see it: http://youtu.be/9o0giMlJHMc?t=1m40s
(Warning: it's Call of Duty)
On Thursday, I was in Statistics class, when all of the sudden, a girl from another math class nonchalantly wandered into our classroom, grabbed a few tissues from our class tissue box, and walked out, without saying a word. My teacher then jokingly suggested that our class track down people who take our classrooms tissues.
I then responded by saying, "At least she didn't take any of our paper towels. Because then, we would have to hire a Bounty hunter."
They reveal what is suggestive, but conceal what is vital.
I submitted to /r/funny but apparently text messaging posts break one of the mods laws or something. Thought y'all might appreciate it instead.
Should be called Sabermetrics.
The first part in the exam paper was multiple choice. After the exam a few friends and I were discussing the answers to the multiple choice, question 2 was "Calculate the mean from the following data"
Me: "what did you get for Q2, the 'mean' question?"
Friend: "What? Q2 asked to calculate the median "
Me: "Noo..I guess I didn't read the question properly. I calculate the mean. And the answer for the mean was one of the choices. I guess, they knew some people would be stupid enough to calculate the mean instead of the median, so they put the mean as one of the choices, and I selected that answer."
Friend: "That's just mean!"
My step-father pulled this one on me last night:
Recent studies have shown that 6 out of 7 dwarfs are not Happy.
Friend: "Have you heard the study that says that when you take a female or African American's job application and replace only the name with 'Steve', that subject is 86% more likely to get the job he or she is applying for?
Me: "Well of course. No one can resist giving Steve Jobs!"