## The Twelve Days of Crisp Math – Day 10

*December 21, 2012 at 12:12 am* *
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It’s the **Tenth Day of Crisp Math**, and there are lots of jokes involving the number 10.

How many tents can a campground hold?

Ten, because ten tents make a whole.

The following is for those students who didn’t do much during the fall semester, but who think they can engender some good will by giving a holiday gift to their professors.

A failing student showed up to the math professor’s office with a hundred-dollar bottle of scotch. The professor objected, “I’m sorry, taking a gift from a student would be unethical.”

The student said, “I understand. But what if I sell it to you for $10?”

The math professor thought for a moment. “At that price, I’ll take a whole case!”

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