( Your joke or gem could go here, too. Just e-mail me.)

Here are some differential geometry fun (sort of):

What do Isaac Newton, Joseph Rapson, and King George the III have in common?

ANS: They all required Hessians.

Everyone knows that a horse has 4 legs, which is an even number.

On the other hand it has two legs behind and forelegs which sums up to

six legs. Well six is an odd number of legs for a horse.

So the number of legs of a horse is both even and odd. And the only

number which is both even and odd is infinity.

(Source: Gabor Herman, 1980)

Q: What's the difference between calculus and a squid?

A: One has to do with increments of x, the other with excrements of ink.

Q: Do you already know the latest stats joke?

A: Probably

If you want to pub crawl around England, check out this to find the most efficient way.

Q: What do you call someone who got too close to the sun?

A: A tan gent!

If you don't believe in square roots, look here:

Here is some math fun and her are pictures of mathematicians on postage stamps.

Here is a fun YouTube presentation about Mobius transformations.

The roundest knight at the Round Table was Sir Cumference.

He had too much pi. (credit: www.TearablePuns.org)

If you like to play tic-tac-toe and other games on a torus check out the web site of Jeff Weeks. Jeff was our 2008 Wiener Lecturer.

Here's proof that if you can imagine, numbers are fun.

Why couldn't the circle button its pants? Click here for the answer.

On a related note, do you know what i and pi said to each other?.... Click here to learn.

Speaking of imaginary numbers…. Here’s something that happened last time I got a wrong number: “I'm sorry, the number you have dialed is an imaginary number. Please rotate your phone 90 degrees and dial again.”

If people call you "four eyes," what should you say?

......I'm number 1!! (hint: i*i*i*i)

If you would like more counting riddles check out this link.

Here are some more cute math jokes.

Here's a cool explanation why .99999....=1 and other cool facts about numbers by Vi Hart (opens in new tab)

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TEACHER: What do you call a person who keeps on talking when people

are no longer interested?

PUPIL: a teacher

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I hope this doesn't happen to you, but....

Is this what happens when a math student goes bad?

And if you like golf!

Here's a Larson comic for those who think they don't have horse sense about math (but you all do have good sense about math!).

What did God say when he created Actuaries?

He scratched his head and said "Go figure!" and they took it literally...

*Why is Halloween is equal to Christmas: DEC25 = OCT31 (hint: think OCTAL)

If you are a romantic math person at heart, check out this.

*Why did the student write LOWBAT as an answer to the question asking for

the integral of e^x? (HINT; He was using a calculator)

Here are some riddles and here are some of James Adler's riddles.

How about reading 75 proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem.

Here is a math-whiz mind reader for those who are rational! (Think about it....it involves only logic!)

Here is a middle-school kid's site, Math Counts!.

Khan Academy is a site with really good math talks for kids (you have to login).

You've heard about new math. Well, this download shows how our grandparents did math! (from youtube.com)

In the same vein, here is one more way to do math:

Question: Do you know why 16/64 = 1/4?

Answer: Cancel the 6's!

Q: How many elements are in a commutative group?

A: A-belian (................10^9)

What did one math book say to the other?? Click here for the answer.

If you're in a German mood....What, according to Sigmund Freud, comes between fear and sex? Click here for the answer!

The number 12 walks into a bar and orders a whiskey sour.

The bartender looks at him and says, "Sorry, I can't serve you..."

Why?? Click here for the answer.

An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one orders a beer. The second orders half a beer. The third, a quarter of a beer.......

The bartender says "Got it!", and pours two beers.

What does a theorem drink when it gets thirsty?

Ans: LEMMA-nade...

"40," replies the dog.

"How can there be 40?" exclaims the farmer. "I only bought 38!"

"I know," says the dog. "But I rounded them up."

What did God say when he created Actuaries?

He scratched his head and said "Go figure!" and they took it literally...

Why is Halloween is equal to Christmas: DEC25 = OCT31 (hint: think OCTAL)

Why did the student write LOWBAT as an answer to the question asking for

the integral of e^x? (HINT; He was using a calculator)

Two mathematicians are studying a convergent series.

The first one says: "Do you realize that the series converges even when all the terms are made positive?"

The second one asks: "Are you sure?"

The first one says: "*Absolutely!*"

A group of Mathematicians were in a band. They got up on stage and proceeded to stand there in silence for three whole minutes. When a member of the audience asked what they were doing, the band replied, "why, we're playing an imaginary number."

Q: What does a mathematician say at the door on Halloween?

A: Trig or Treat!!

Q: What does a mathematician say when she comes home and doesn't find her parrot?

A: Polly gone!

Do you know what (sin x)/n is? ANS: six!

Now, do you know what (sin x)/x is?

Do you know the shortest mathematical joke?...... Let epsilon be less than zero.

On the same lines:

A man was complaining that although he had been able to teach his horse mathematics and physics the horse was unable to learn philosophy, which proves you can't put Descartes before the horse.

What’s clear and used by trendy, sophisticated engineers to solve differential equations?

The Perrier Transform.

Here's a
fun anagram: eleven plus two = twelve plus one

A Boston student took 30 items to a 12 items or less check out
counter.

The cashier asked "What are you, and MIT student who can't
read or a Harvard student who can't count?"

(Of course everyone knows
a Tufts student would be able to do both!)

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