My Favorite One-Liners: Index

I’m doing something that I should have done a long time ago: collecting a series of posts into one single post. The links below show my series on my favorite one-liners.

Mathematical Wisecracks for Almost Any Occasion: Part 2Part 7, Part 8, Part 12, Part 21, Part 28, Part 29, Part 41, Part 46, Part 53, Part 60, Part 63, Part 65, Part 71, Part 79, Part 84, Part 85, Part 100, Part 101Part 108

All-Purpose Anecdotes: Part 38, Part 50, Part 64, Part 70, Part 92, Part 94

Addressing Misconceptions: Part 3Part 4Part 11, Part 14, Part 15, Part 18, Part 30, Part 32, Part 33, Part 37, Part 45, Part 59

Tricky Steps in a Calculation: Part 5, Part 6

Greek alphabet and choice of variables: Part 40, Part 43, Part 56

Homework and exams: Part 39Part 47, Part 55, Part 57, Part 58, Part 66, Part 77, Part 78, Part 91, Part 96, Part 97, Part 107

Inequalities: Part 99

Simplification: Part 10, Part 102, Part 103

Polynomials: Part 19, Part 48, Part 49, Part 81, Part 90

Inverses: Part 16

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions: Part 1, Part 42, Part 68, Part 80

Trigonometry: Part 9, Part 69, Part 76, Part 106

Complex numbers: Part 54, Part 67, Part 86

Sequences and Series: Part 20, Part 35

Combinatorics: Part 27

Statistics: Part 22, Part 23, Part 36, Part 51, Part 52, Part 61, Part 95

Probability: Part 26, Part 31, Part 62, Part 93

Calculus: Part 24, Part 25, Part 72, Part 73, Part 74, Part 75, Part 83, Part 87, Part 88, Part 104

Logic and Proofs: Part 13, Part 17Part 34, Part 44, Part 89, Part 98

Differential Equations: Part 82, Part 105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fidget Spinners

Monotonic Monotony

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Encouraging New Study Indicates Majority Of U.S. Students Can Now Recognize Math

Today’s headline, courtesy The Onion:

Encouraging New Study Indicates Majority Of U.S. Students Can Now Recognize Math

P.S. In case you missed the memo, The Onion is a satirical news site.

Complimentary Angles

Source: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/complement-compliment/

Chemistry Puns

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Trigonometry pun

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Happy Independence Day

From last year’s Math With Bad Drawings (I recommend reading the whole article):

Mathematicians Explain Sports to Each Other

Just when I think I’ve heard every math pun under the sun, Math With Bad Drawings comes up with a new one. This week’s edition is called “Mathematicians Explain Sports to Each Other.” The one on basketball is my favorite.

To see the others (on tennis, soccer, golf, baseball, hockey, marathon, tee ball, cricket, and skiing), click here.

History’s Most Evil Mathematicians

Courtesy of Math With Bad Drawings: History’s Most Evil Mathematicians.