moggins7 Registered User
#46

Fredser said:
What's the square root of 69?

Eight an' a bit..


hehe i only got this now

littlebsci Registered User
#47

TheAlmightyZeus said:



HAHAHAHAHA!


Laughed so hard at this it's wrong!!!
Brilliant!!!

bythewoods Registered User
#48

Why do you rarely find mathematicians spending time at the beach?

Because they have sine and cosine to get a tan and don't need the sun.

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spacetweek Moderator
#49

[quote="
What's the square root of 69?
Eight an' a bit..


hehe i only got this now"]
What's the square root of 69?
Eight an' a bit..


hehe i only got this now
I don't get it

PMan Registered User
#50

spacetweek said:
I don't get it


Maybe you should get out more, try meet some new people, join a club perhaps.

MathsManiac Moderator
#51

spacetweek said:
I don't get it


Well, truth be told, I'd say many of us don't, but we still like to dream about getting it.

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Thomas_S_Hunterson Closed Account
#52

Fredser said:
What's the square root of 69?

Eight an' a bit..


As in eatin' a bit???

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MarkR Registered User
#53

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Civilian_Target Subscriber
#54

what's the indefinite integral of 1 over (cabin) d (cabin)?

Spoiler (Show)

token56 Registered User
#55

Not quiet a maths joke but anyway

Archimedes, Pascal, and Newton are playing
hide-and-seek.
Archimedes covers his eyes and starts counting.
Pascal looks around and hides behind a bush.
Newton grabs a stick and scrapes a one meter by one
meter square in the
dirt and stands in it. Otherwise he does not hide
at all.
Archimedes opens his eyes and looks around. Of
course, he immediately
sees Newton and calls "I see Newton"
Newton calmly says "But hang on, one Newton in a
square meter is a Pascal!"

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magicbastarder Registered User
#56

from the lead story on the herald AM:

[quote="Some 22.5pc of those sitting maths did not make the grade, prompting leading business group Ibec to warn the falling figures were a disturbing trend and a sign the Government's education policies were making little impact.
of 8,510 candidates who sat the honours paper in the core subject, 4.5pc failed compared to 3.8pc last year, while the numbers failing the ordinary level rose to 12.3pc, up from 11.5pc last year. Of the 5,803 pupils who opted to sit the foundation level, 5.7pc failed."]Some 22.5pc of those sitting maths did not make the grade, prompting leading business group Ibec to warn the falling figures were a disturbing trend and a sign the Government's education policies were making little impact.
of 8,510 candidates who sat the honours paper in the core subject, 4.5pc failed compared to 3.8pc last year, while the numbers failing the ordinary level rose to 12.3pc, up from 11.5pc last year. Of the 5,803 pupils who opted to sit the foundation level, 5.7pc failed.
how apt.

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GUNMONEY Registered User
#57

Did you hear about the constipated mathematician



He worked it out with a pencil

Piano man Registered User
#58

y = x2 + 3x + 20 walked into a bar and asked the barman for a pint.
'I'm sorry,' said the barman. 'We don't serve functions.'

figs Registered User
#59

Aledgedly another great leaving cert answer...

Sin x / n = ?

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Silenceisbliss Registered User
#60

Math and Alcohol don't mix, so... PLEASE DON'T DRINK AND DERIVE

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