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Mathematical Humor Compiled By: Sarah E. Dill Calculus AP – 1A
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10. It's Isaac Newton's birthday. 9. I couldn't decide whether i is the square root of -1 or i are the square root of -1. 8. I accidently divided by 0 and my paper burst into flames. 7. It's stuck inside a Klein bottle. 6. I could only get arbitrarily close to my textbook. 5. I had too much pi and got sick. 4. Someone already published it, so I didn't bother to write it up. 3. A four-dimensional dog ate it. 2. I have a solar calculator and it was cloudy. 1. There wasn't enough room to write it in the margin. Top 10 Reasons for Not Turning in  Math Homework
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Calculus and Imaginary Numbers
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1.Thou shalt read thy problem. 2.Whatsoever thou doest to one side of ye equation, do thou also to the other. 3.Thou must use thy "Common Sense," else thou wilt have flagpoles 9,000 feet in height, yea, even fathers younger than their sons. 4.Thou shalt ignore the teachings of false prophets to do work in thy head.
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course MTH 2321 taught by Professor Schofield during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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