Math Jokes Part II

The thing with this topic is that it is getting l o n g and some posts start to get repeated...

@RZ923 I've forked this topic off to a new topic. You're the first post now!!


When you have so many posts in one topic you need another topic
Then is that topic part of the previous topic, or is the previous topic part of the present topic? Is the previous and present topic both of a topic, but if yes, what topic? Is that topic part of the previous or present topic?

@TheBladeDancer
Technically, they are seperate topics with related info 
Three mathematicians go hunting together.
They spot a rabbit. The first mathematician overshoots. The second undershoots. The third exclaimed, "We got it!" 
We can gives the jokes in both Part I and Part II to Prof Loh and he can read them out

The first 50 digits of pi are 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510
You were so busy trying to skip reading the above digits you didn't notice that I just slipped an "i" in there.
You were so busy trying to find the "i" you didn't notice that you just got balted.
You were so busy trying to figure out my trick and laughing at it that you didn't notice that I just spelled "baited" wrong.
Get baited 
Another random math joke:
to find a volume of a pizza with radius z and thickness a:
pizz*a

@energizedpanda Wow cool!

lol that was from wikipedia right

@bulba_bulbasaur I don't know, I just heard of it somewhere.

Random Math joke(this is a classic)
e: "get real!" i: "get rational!" pi: "Shut up!"
Me: "whoa, they're the negative ones."

There's also a variation something like this
pi: "get real!"
i: "be rational"
e: "join me and we'll be  one" 
@tidyboar Prof. Loh made this joke into a tshirt for his company, Expii, once!
The name "Expii" originates from Euler's equation, for which this joke was made.
\( e^{\pi i} = 1 \)
And yes, in case you are wondering, 2014 is the year that Expii was founded! Expii is the parent company of NOVID as well as Daily Challenge. We are all one big happy family.

lol yes.

There is a fine line between the numerator and the denominator.
Only a fraction will understand this joke. 

Mathematical poetry:
A dozen, a gross, and a score
Plus three times the square root of four
Divided by seven
Plus five times eleven
Is nine squared and not a bit more.\(\frac{12+144+20+3 \sqrt{4}}{7}+(5 \times 11) = 9^{2} +0\)
From Wikipedia
