Preparing for Mid-Terms
When one student asked the professor how many problems would be on the exam, the professor replied, “I think you will have a lot of problems on the exam.”
“Well, sir,” the student continued, “do you have any suggestions for what I can do to prepare?”
“Yes,” he said. “Just study the old exams. The mid-term exam will have the same types of problems, just the numbers will be different. But not all of the numbers will be different. Both π and e will be the same, of course, and there’s a reason it’s called Planck’s constant…”
Before dismissing the class, the professor warned that there would be no acceptable excuses for missing the exam.
Upon hearing this, the class clown said, “What about sexual exhaustion?”
“I’m sorry, Jason,” said the professor. “You’ll just have to write with your other hand.”