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### efthymios_poem1

Course: MATH 142, Fall 2009
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http://www.math.utah.edu/~cherk/mathjokes.html From Limericks are always limericks. (The obscene math limericks were mercilessly excluded) A mathematician confided That the M&quot;obius band is one-sided And you'll get quite a laugh If you cut one in half 'Cause it stays in one piece when divided. A mathematician named Klein Thought the M&quot;obius band was divine Said he: If you glue The edges of two...

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http://www.math.utah.edu/~cherk/mathjokes.html From Limericks are always limericks. (The obscene math limericks were mercilessly excluded) A mathematician confided That the M"obius band is one-sided And you'll get quite a laugh If you cut one in half 'Cause it stays in one piece when divided. A mathematician named Klein Thought the M"obius band was divine Said he: If you glue The edges of two You'll get a weird bottles like mine. There was a young fellow named Fisk, A swordsman, exceedingly brisk. So fast was his action, The Lorentz contraction Reduced his rapier to a disk. 'Tis a favorite project of mine A new value of pi to assign. I would fix it at 3 For it's simpler, you see, Than 3 point 1 4 1 5 9 If inside a circle a line Hits the center and goes spine to spine And the line's length is "d" the circumference will be d times 3.14159 Pi goes on and on and on ... And e is just as cursed. I wonder: Which is larger When their digits are reversed? A challenge for many long ages Had baffled the savants and sages. Yet at last came the light: Seems old Fermat was right-To the margin add 200 pages. If (1+x) (real close to 1) Is raised to the power of 1 Over x, you will find Here's the value defined: 2.718281... Integral z-squared dz from 1 to the cube root of 3 times the cosine of three pi over 9 equals log of the cube root of 'e'. And it's correct, too. A burleycque dancer, a pip Named Virginia, peel could in a zip; But she read science fiction and died of constriction Attempting a Moebius strip. This poem was written by John Saxon (an author of math textbooks). ((12 + 144 + 20 + (3 * 4^(1/2))) / 7) + (5 * 11) = 9^2 + 0 A Dozen, a Gross and a Score, plus three times the square root of four, divided by seven, plus five times eleven, equals nine squared and not a bit more. In arctic and tropical climes, the integers, addition, and times, taken (mod p) will yield a full finite field, as p ranges over the primes. A graduate student from Trinity Computed the cube of infinity; But it gave him the fidgets To write down all those digits, So he dropped math and took up divinity. Chebychev said it and I'll say it again: There's always a prime between n and 2n! A conjecture both deep and profound Is whether the circle is round; In a paper by Erdo...

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