## Vectors and (the) force

Math and Star Wars…

Thanks to LanceAF for this submission!

Source: http://www.mathplane.com/gate_dwebcomics/math_comics_archive_winter_2013

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## Vectors and (the) force

## Priority peter meme

## A Theorem About 1 and 0

## “Mostly” isn’t most if you put “only” in front.

## Pi tattoo

## 15 Really Odd Geographical Facts

## Did you ever …

## Parallel Postulate (with cats!)

## Linear Algebra Fail

## Multibuy fail at Wally World

Math and Star Wars…

Thanks to LanceAF for this submission!

Source: http://www.mathplane.com/gate_dwebcomics/math_comics_archive_winter_2013

Sorry ladies, there is only one tan I care about!

Thanks to Anon for this submission!

Well, I don’t know if this is known already, so if it is, please comment the name of the theorem. If it isn’t, then someone put a comment on what it should be called. A number with all of its digits less than 2 (which means only 0 and 1) and has less than 10 digits, multiplied with a number with the same characteristics has a product reverse of that of another set of two numbers with the same digits as the first set but has its digits reversed. Example below.

111111111 x 111111101 = 12345677876543211

111111111 x 101111111 = 11234567877654321

Thanks to Kirk Bamba for this submission!

Some of the words were obscured here because the slightly NSFW nature of the subject matter distracts from the Math Fail. Refer to the original source if you’re not squeamish.

Thanks to **Anon.** for this submission!

Cool pi tattoo with the decimal approximation – about 260 decimal digits.

Submitted by: Unknown

Not really math, but pretty neat!

Our planet is filled with many wonderful geographical and geological anomalies and mysteries. So many so, that we may never truly unlock all of the secrets that nature has tucked away. This is a list of 15 of the more unusual or outright bizarre facts relating to geography, geology, and the earth.

Thanks to Bole982 for this submission!

Source: http://www.theworldgeography.com/2011/06/15-really-odd-geographical-facts.html

Did you ever consider that the universe might be inside here and you’re locked out by a carton?

Given a cat and a point not on the cat, there is one and only one cat through that point parallel to the given cat.

Thanks to **Dean Ballard** for this submission!

Thanks to Calculus Humor for this submission!

Source: http://www.calculushumor.com/3/post/2013/10/linear-algebra-fail.html

What if I want 3?

Thanks to **Paul** for this submission!