## Cum hoc logic.

I made this logic comic and wanted to share it with you. Tell me what you think about it in the comments! Thanks to Secret Name for this submission!

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# Math Jokes

## Cum hoc logic.

## Hessian Matrix

## Math job jokes

## Quickie math jokes

## A Proof That All Natural Numbers Are Interesting

## Working from home for commuters.

## Let’s Go To The Races!

## Chart Attack

## Dear Math

## Math jokes

I made this logic comic and wanted to share it with you. Tell me what you think about it in the comments! Thanks to Secret Name for this submission!

This was submitted by Kenny to SoMuchPun: “Them Hessians were a determinant of the American Revolutionary War.” (Source)

My friend Alex recently received his Masterâ€™s Degree in math from Harvard but was having trouble finding a job. He spent the last four months looking and was running low on rent money. He decided to work weekends at the McDonalds by his house while he looked for a job during the week. After Alex …

Graphing rational functions is a pain in the asymptote. (Thanks to Desmond for telling this joke!): Why is Epsilon afraid of Zeta? Because Zeta Eta Theta. Every proof is a one-line proof, provided you start sufficiently far to the left. Q: How many light bulbs does it take to change a light bulb? A: One, …

This is a proof that all natural numbers are interesting. Suppose, for the sake of contradiction, that not all whole numbers are interesting. Using the well-ordering property of the whole numbers, among the non-interesting numbers there is a smallest non-interesting number N. But that would make N interesting, after all, a contradiction. Therefore all numbers …

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Why you should never try to workout any problem involving grassmann numbers at home? When you commute to work, the signs will change !! Source:prof. L. Susskind’s lectures on Supersymmetry. Lecture No.7 Credit: Unknown

A mathematician and a Wall street broker went to races. The broker suggested to bet $10,000 on a horse. The mathematician was sceptical, saying that he wanted first to understand the rules, to look on horses, etc. The broker whispered that he knew a secret algorithm for the success, but he could not convince the …

James adds: We are good co-medians Thanks to James Garner for this punny submission!!

Source: as seen around the internet Credit: The Math Lady

He just can’t “figure” it out.