A mathematician and his best friend, an engineer, attend a public lecture on geometry in thirteen-dimensional space. "How did you like it?" the mathematician wants to know after the talk. "My head's spinning," the engineer confesses. "How can you develop any intuition for thirteen-dimensional space?" "Well, it's not even difficult. All I do is visualize the situation in n-dimensional space and then set n = 13."
Parallel lines have so much in common. It's a shame they'll never meet.
Billy: "I was playing basketball and an Asian crossed me." Mark: "Haha, how does an Asian cross you?" Billy: "Because he crosses multiplies."
I stopped understanding math when the alphabet decided to get involved.
A helium molecule walks in afterwards. The bellhop asks if he needs any help. Helium doesn't react.
Life is like a definite integral. Integral from birthday to death ( LOVE ) dx = LIFE
If you had a million dollars and gave away one quarter, and another quarter, and then another quarter, how much would you have left? A million dollars minus 75 cents.
Q: What's a polygon? A: A dead parrot.
Yo mama is so fat that she took geometry at the school because she heard there will be some pi.
Teacher asks student: What is the half of 8? Student: Miss horizontally or vertically? Teacher: What do mean? Student: Horizontally it is 0 and vertically it is 3.