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Mental attractiveness vs physical attractiveness
Mental attractiveness vs physical attractiveness


Learn to draw a camel by beginning with a triangle
Learn to draw a camel by beginning with a triangle

 


Counting Fail – Five bananas… err…
Counting fail

 


All double priced items half off…
All double priced items half off

 


3 out of 2 people have trouble with fractions…
3 out of 2 people have trouble with fractions

 


Math Test Fail
Math Test Fail

 


Look at the speedometer… Math Test Fail
Look at the speedometer Math Test Fail

 


Math Test Fail – Complimentary Angles
Math Test Fail - Complimentary Angles

 


Pac-Man Fail
Pac-Man Fail

 


Ninja Turtle Math Test Fail
Ninja Turtle Math Test Fail

 


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Weather on Tuesday Fail

 

Types of Mathematical Proofs

Do you ever feel like something is completely true but can’t prove it to the rest of the world? Here are a couple of types of mathematical proofs that will help you make your case, no matter how wrong you really are.

Proof by Multiplicative Identity Additive Identity

Multiply both expressions by zero, e.g.,

1 = 2
1 × 0 = 2 × 0
0 = 0

Since the final statement is true, so is the first.

Proof by Adding a Constant

2 = 1 if we add a constant C such that 2 = 1 + C.

Proof by Revenge

“2+2=5” “no it doesn’t” “REVENGE!”

Proof by August

Since August is such a good time of year, no one will disagree with a proof published then, and therefore it is true. Of course, the converse is also true, i.e., January is crap, and all the logic in the world will not prove your statement then.

Proof by Belief

“I believe assertion A to hold, therefore it does. Q.E.D.”

Proof by Cumbersome Notation

Best done with access to at least four alphabets and special symbols. Matrices, Tensors, Lie algebra and the Kronecker-Weyl Theorem are also well-suited.

Proof by Delegation

“The general result is left as an exercise to the reader.”

Simple Proof by Hubris

I exist, therefore I am correct.

Proof by Lecturer

It’s true because my lecturer said it was true. QED.

Proof by Wikipedia

If the Wikipedia website states that something is true, it must be true. Therefore, to use this proof method, simply edit Wikipedia so that it says whatever you are trying to prove is true, then cite Wikipedia for your proof.

What more? Go to uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Proof