Tuesday’s Math Puzzle



74 – 38 – 1012 – 506

47 – 29 – 616 – 308

89 – 37 – 1116 – 558

35 – 97 –  ?   –  ? 

25 – 59 – 714 – 357


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Tuesday’s Math Puzzle



Napoleon comes back to life and visits the USA, the USSR and Romania.
After his visit to the USA, he tells the president: “If I had had your military equipment and training, I wouldn’t have lost the battle of Waterloo!”
He goes to the USSR and at the end of his visit, he tells the Russian president: “If I had had your KGB and espionage system, I wouldn’t have lost the battle of Waterloo!”
He comes to Romania and, at the airport, before leaving, he tells Ceausescu: “If I had had your press, television and media, no one to this day would have known I lost the battle of Waterloo!”


The typical Romanian peasant, Badea Gheorghe, arrives in front of the Government Building in Bucharest. He leaves his bicycle against a fence and starts looking around.
The security guard:

– Bade, you shouldn’t leave your bike here like that! The ministers, the prime-minister are coming…

– Oh, don’t worry about it! I secured it with a chain and put a lock on it!

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Note din Marți


Un student la ştiinţe economice sta lângă un catarg în curtea
Universităţii. După un timp, vine un coleg student la inginerie şi-l
– Ce faci colega?
– Am primit ca temă de la rector să măsor înălţimea catargului şi
tocmai mă gândeam cu ce formulă aş putea face asta mai bine.
– O secundă, spune studentul la inginerie.
Scoate catargul din suport, îl întinde pe pământ şi cu o ruletă îl
– Exact 7 metri!
După care, pune catargul la loc în suport şi pleacă. La care, viitorul
– Inginerii ăştia!… Noi vorbim de înălţime şi el măsoară lungimea…

Tuesday Math Puzzle Simona Prilogan

Profesoara:Bulă, ce e patria?
Bulă:Nu știu!
Profesoara:Gheorghe, ce e patria?
Gheorge:Patria e mama mea!
Profesoara:Bulă, acum știi ce e patria?
Bulă:Patria e mama lui Gheorghe!
Profesoara:Nu, Bulă, patria e și mama ta!
Bulă:Aaahaaa, deci sunt frate cu Gheorghe?


Bulă: Tăticule mă lași și pe mine la ștrand?

-Nu, dragul tatii că este prea devreme.

La o săptămâna Bulă își întreabă din nou tatăl.

Acesta îi dă același răspuns.

Seara, curios fiind din fire întreabă:

-Tăticule, cum ai cunoscut-o pe mămica?

-Păi să vezi … eram la ștrand, o tânără a intrat în apă și a început să strige după ajutor. Eu am salvat-o și am luat-o de nevastă.

-Oh! Înțeleg acum de ce nu mă lași să merg la ștrand!


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Teacher: Suppose, I give you 2 dogs. Then I again give you 2 dogs. How many will you have? 
George: 5 
Teacher: How? 
George: I have a dog in my house now. 

The maths teacher asked Little Billy “If you have £20 and I ask you for £10 as a 
loan, how many pounds would you still have?”. 
“Twenty” came the reply. 
“How so?” enquired the teacher. 
“Just because you ask me to loan you £10, it doesn’t mean I am going to”.

A schoolteacher sent a letter to all parents after day one of the new term which said “If you can promise that you will not believe all that your child says goes on at school, I will promise you that I won’t believe all that your child says goes on at home”. 

A young boy was teaching mathematics to a young girl, saying that this was his good deed. He kissed her; he then kissed her again; he kissed her a third time adding “There, thats addition”. She silently gave him the kisses back sweetly saying ” So that will be 
subtraction?”. They then kissed each other at the same time. Both smiled and said together ” That’s multiplication.” Just at that moment, the young girls father arrived. He kicked him for two blocks exclaiming “That’s long division”.

Teacher: If your father and mother both give you 50$, what you will get? 
George: A new video game.

Happy Tuesday, wherever you are! 🙂 

Tuesday Math Puzzle


Tuesday’s Math Puzzle


-Why was the math book sad? 

– Because it had so many problems.


-Why do plants hate math? 

-Because it gives them square roots.


-Why did the obtuse angle go to the beach? 
-Because it was over 90 degrees 


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Tuesday’s Math Puzzle

offer letter

A Love offer letter …

Dearest Ms xyz,

I am very happy to inform you that I have fallen in Love with you since the 20th of October (Thursday). With reference to the meeting held between us on the 19th of Oct. at 1500hrs, I would like to present myself as a prospective lover. Our love affair would be on probation for a period of three months and depending on compatibility, would be made permanent. Of course, upon completion of probation, there will be continuous on the job training and performance appraisal schemes leading up to promotion from lover to spouse. The expenses incurred for coffee and entertainment would initially be shared equally between us. Later, based on your performance, I might take! up a larger share of the expenses. However I am broadminded enough to be taken care of, on your expense account.

I request you to kindly respond within 30 days of receiving this letter, failing which, this offer would be cancelled without further notice and I shall be considering someone else. I would be happy, if you could forward this letter to your sister, if you do not wish to take up this offer.

Wish you all the best!

Thanking you in anticipation,

Yours sincerely,

HR Manager


Source: Facebook


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“Mathematics knows no races or geographic boundaries; for mathematics, the cultural world is one country.”  – David Hilbert

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Here’s some advice: At a job interview, tell them you’re willing to give 110 percent. Unless the job is a statistician. –  Adam Gropman

-Why didn’t the Romans find algebra very challenging?
-Because X was always 10.


After a talking sheepdog gets all the sheep in the pen, he reports back to the farmer: “All 40 accounted for.”

“But I only have 36 sheep,” says the farmer.

“I know,” says the sheepdog. “But I rounded them up.”

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Source: Google Images 

“With me, everything turns into mathematics.” – René Descartes

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