## Inventors of Calculus: Leibniz and Newton

Here they are spotted at the grocery store. Yummy!!

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# Math Comics

## Inventors of Calculus: Leibniz and Newton

## Payoff matrix

## SMBC – Math exam question

## The cosy function

## Spiked Math Comic – Fibonacci Served His Time

## Top 10 list of geeky math comics / webcomics

## (x, why?) Comics – All about math!

## Vectors and (the) force

Here they are spotted at the grocery store. Yummy!!

Luckily, safe robbers don’t know anything about normal form games.

Alt text: Graph jokes are this generation’s knowing how to draw Thanks to anonymouse for this submission! Source: http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=2927

Aaaaahhhh….. Via Spiked Math Via da man Alex

This new webcomic is called Spiked Math. It’s all about math too! Today’s comic is: For those of you who miss the point, the above comic has to do with the Fibonacci sequence 😀 You can check out the? funny? Spiked Math comics at SpikedMath.com.

I’m a math geek, so I enjoy reading the occasional comic strip that’s math-related. Here is my list of the top 10 webcomics/comics that I read on a regular basis: 1. Foxtrot – Surely, everyone knows this one. It occasionally has a lot of math humor but is currently on a Sunday only publication schedule. …

(x, why?) Comics is a geeky and hilarious comic about math. It is created by Chris Burke, a high school math teacher in New York as well as a part-time writer, and a fan of science-fiction / fantasy books and films.He started making his own math webcomic totally by accident as a way ofamusing his …

Math and Star Wars… Thanks to LanceAF for this submission! Source: http://www.mathplane.com/gate_dwebcomics/math_comics_archive_winter_2013