Michael is a high school math/C.S. teacher, so he should know.
Q:What do you get when you add 2 apples to 3 apples?
A:Answer: An American senior high school math problem.
Never say “N factorial”, simply scream “N” at the top of your lungs.
Divide 14 sugar cubes into 3 cups of coffee so that each
cup has an odd number of sugar cubes.
Riposte: 12 isn’t odd!
A: It’s an odd number of cubes to put in a cup of coffee (groan)
When in the company of scientific/mathematical minds, I like to lighten the
atmosphere by observing that I sneeze always in Fibonacci’s Sequence. “The
only problem is,” I conclude, “when I sneeze only once, I’m never certain
whether I’m sneezing in the first or second of the sequence.
There really are only two types of people in the world, those that DON’T
do MATH, and those that take care of them.
Seen the week before finals on the chalkboard right after a Math 233
(Discrete Math) class at the University of Oregon:
59 + 34 + 2 + 37 + 97 = some number
And here I thought math classes were hard….