Wednesday’s Math Puzzle

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What is a math teacher’s favourite sum?

Teacher: George, you know you can’t sleep in my class! 
George:I know. But maybe if you were just a little quieter, I could.

George: I don’t think I deserved zero on this test!
Teacher: I agree, but that’s the lowest mark I could give you!

Teacher: I want you to tell me the longest sentence you can think of
George: Life imprisonment!

-What do you call a teacher without students?
-Broke…oh wait, that’s a regular teacher

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Teacher: Why have you got cotton wool in your ears, do you have an infection?
George: Well you keep saying that things go in one ear and out the other so I am trying to keep them it all in!

Kid comes home from 1st day at school. Mum asks, ‘What did you learn today?’ Kid replies, ‘Not enough. I have to go back tomorrow.’

Teacher: You copied from Fred’s exam paper didn’t you ?
George: How did you know ?
Teacher: Fred’s paper says “I don’t know” and you have put “Me, neither”!

Happy Wednesday, wherever you are! 🙂 

Wednesday’s Math Puzzle



“Mathematicians are [like] a sort of Frenchmen; if you talk to them, they translate it  into their own language, and then it is immediately something quite different.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832, German novelist, dramatist,
poet, humanist, and philosopher)

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“It is easier to square the circle than to get round a mathematician.” – Augustus De Morgan (1806 – 1871, British mathematician and logician)

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Wednesday’s Math Puzzle


“Life is puzzle unsolved.” –  Santosh Kalwar

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Wednesday’s Math Puzzle


-Dad, can you help me find the lowest common denominator in this problem please ?
-Don’t tell me that they haven’t found it yet, I remember looking for it when I was a boy!


-Why do you rarely find mathematicians spending time at the beach? 
-Because they can divide sin and cosine to get a tan!


-What did the triangle say to the circle? 
-Your pointless! 


The mother of already three is pregnant with her fourth child. 
One evening, the eldest daughter says to her dad: “Do you know, daddy, what I’ve found out?” 
“The new baby will be Chinese!” 
“Yes. I’ve read in the paper that statistics shows that every fourth child born nowadays is Chinese…”


-Who invented the Round Table? 
-Sir Cumference.


-Which triangles are the coldest? 
-Ice-sosceles triangles.


-Why did the 30-60-90 triangle marry the 45-45-90 triangle? 
-They were right for each other.

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Wednesday’s Math Puzzle


“We only think when confronted with a problem.” – John Dewey

“Calculators can only calculate – they cannot do mathematics.” – John A. Van de Walle 


“The goal of education is to help you to think and lead.” – Israelmore Ayivor


“Exams test your memory, life tests your learning; others will test your patience.” – Fennel Hudson


“To be better equipped for the tests that the year will bring — read a textbook. To prepare for the tests that life will bring — read a book.” – Mokokoma Mokhonoana

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Wednesday’s Math Puzzle

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“Arithmetic is numbers you squeeze from your head to your hand to your pencil to your paper till you get the answer.” – Carl Sandburg

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Wednesday’s Math Puzzle


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“It is easier to square the circle than to get round a mathematician.” –  Augustus de Morgan

Happy Wednesday, wherever you are! 



Wednesday’s Math Puzzle

 “Life is a math equation. In order to gain the most, you have to know how to convert negatives into positives.” – Anonymous

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“Every minute dies a man, Every minute one is born;”  I need hardly point out to you that this calculation would tend to keep the sum total of the world’s population in a state of perpetual equipoise, whereas it is a well-known fact that the said sum total is constantly on the increase.  I would therefore take the liberty of suggesting that in the next edition of your excellent poem the erroneous calculation to which I refer should be corrected as follows:  “Every moment dies a man, And one and a sixteenth is born.”  I may add that the exact figures are 1.067, but something must, of course, be conceded to the laws of metre.  ~Charles Babbage, letter to Alfred, Lord Tennyson, about a couplet in his “The Vision of Sin”

Happy Wednesday, wherever you are!