Support eCharcha.Com. Click on sponsor ad to shop online! 
#1




Mathematical humor
Wanted to have a collection of Mathematics related jokes.
Here is my contribution. 
#2




Re: Mathematical humor
Why was 9 afraid of 7?
__________________
 "Hinduism brought a multitude of religions under one roof and survived for eons. Christianity and other religions will need to do the same or perish."  saneless 
#3




Re: Mathematical humor
__________________
Never argue with idiots. They drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience. 
#4




Re: Mathematical humor
__________________
 "Hinduism brought a multitude of religions under one roof and survived for eons. Christianity and other religions will need to do the same or perish."  saneless 
#5




Re: Mathematical humor
because it caused him diarrhoea ?

#6




Re: Mathematical humor
because in middle east it would be read as 9 8 7
__________________
Hum woh hai jo vidhaata ka bhagya likhte hai 
#7




Re: Mathematical humor
Okay this is not mathematical humor, but here goes ....

#8




Re: Mathematical humor
I think these have been posted before, but nice to have them in this thread
__________________
Life is fleeting as the butterfly, beautiful yet transient. 
#9




Re: Mathematical humor
One more
__________________
Life is fleeting as the butterfly, beautiful yet transient. 
#10




Re: Mathematical humor
Newton, Pascal, and Einstein are playing hideandgoseek in heaven.
Einstein closes his eyes and starts counting. Pascal goes and hides behind a cloud. Newton stays where he is, and draws a 1mx1m square on the floor around him. Einstein finishes counting and turns around. "Ah ha, Newton! I found you!" "No you haven't, you've found one Newton over 1m2 . . . You found Pascal." 
#11




Re: Mathematical humor
A real life joke. Happened when i was in college
In babylon, they found a tablet containing Pythogorean triples like 5, 12, 13 12, 35, 37 8, 15, 17, etc. There were a whole lot of these triplets. Each one was a Pythogorean triplet. However, some OBVIOUS ones were missing. 3, 4,5 > was missing. This was surprising. 7, 24, 25 was also missing. Some more too, I dont remember which. There was speculation that only triplets satisfying some particular property were there. But what was the property that was considered? No one knew. I struggled and struggled for a month to find out the "property" that excluded 3, 4, 5 and others. I was unsuccessful. I gave up frustrated. Later on the "solution" was found. The tablet was an ANSWER sheet given by the teacher to his students!!! They found the "question paper". Obviously 345 was not there probably bcos it was too easy. Kya saalaa hasss main khud ke Oopar!!!! 
#12




Re: Mathematical humor
Quote:
how can some one who studied raja ravi varma's paintings as a part of his syllabus also study properties of pythagorean triplets? 
#13




Re: Mathematical humor
Quote:
some IB school..u never know..
__________________
cheteshwar pujaraગુજરાતી માણસના પોતાના rahul dravid 
#14




Re: Mathematical humor
Quote:
Durddum!! 
#15




Re: Mathematical humor
__________________
() => new Beer(); 
Bookmarks 
Tags 
humor, math, math humor, math jokes, mathematics 
Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)  
Thread Tools  
Display Modes  


Similar Threads  
Thread  Thread Starter  Forum  Replies  Last Post 
3D plots of mathematical functions..  2gud  Computing  42  June 30th, 2009 09:24 AM 
Humor  IA  SoapBox  11  October 15th, 2003 02:50 AM 
Mathematical food quiz  echarcha  Recipe Corner  9  January 26th, 2002 08:21 AM 
Some humor  Kya Bidu  Indian Politics  2  November 16th, 2001 02:11 PM 
some more humor  aryaputra  Cultural Exchange  1  November 16th, 2001 11:17 AM 