# Jokes

## Prime Numbers

Several scientists were asked to prove that all odd integers higher than 2 are prime. *Mathematician: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, and by induction – every odd integer higher than 2 is a prime. *Physicist: 3 is a prime, 5 is a prime, 7 is a prime, 9 …

## There are a lot of formal apologies to be made now…

Thanks to Dean Langsam for this submission!

## 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!

## Hessian Matrix

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

## Math job jokes

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 …

## Quickie math jokes

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, …

## A Proof That All Natural Numbers Are Interesting

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 …

## Working from home for commuters.

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

## Let’s Go To The Races!

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 …

## Chart Attack

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