Questions Needing Answers

April 13, 2011 at 11:46 pm 1 comment

Inquiring minds want to know, so here are answers to questions that you’ve surely been pondering.

Q: If one man can wash one stack of dishes in one hour, how many stacks of dishes can four men wash in four hours?
A: None. They’ll all sit down together to watch football.

Q: Why don’t members of the Ku Klux Klan study Calculus?
A: Because they don’t like to integrate.

Q: What did the circle say to the tangent line?
A: “Stop touching me!”

Q: Why did the statistician cross the interstate?
A: To analyze data on the other side of the median.

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NCTM Annual Meeting — Indianapolis Math Humor of Mike Vecchione

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. xander  |  April 14, 2011 at 9:59 am

    In a vein similar to the first joke: I am currently taking a course in operations research. Our instructor assigned a problem about waiting times last week, with a setup along the lines of “At Gotham City Airport, there is a security checkpoint [which can be modeled by a Markov process with parameters x, y, z]. On average, how long will passengers have to wait in line to get through the checkpoint?”

    My immediate response was, “Airport? In Gotham? They’ll wait in line as long as Batman tells them to!”

    xander

    Reply

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