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.

Happy Wednesday, wherever you are!  🙂 


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

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 “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”

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 “Mathematics is a great motivator for all humans.. Because its career starts with “ZERO” but it never end(INFINITY)…”   – Vignesh R 

“If there is a God, he’s a great mathematician.” – Paul Dirac

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 Small minds discuss persons. Average minds discuss events. Great minds discuss ideas. Really great minds discuss mathematics.

Wednesday’s Math Puzzle

“The difference between the poet and the mathematician is that the poet tries to get his head into the heavens while the mathematician tries to get the heavens into his head.”  ― G.K. Chesterton

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