Some jokes I came across . . .
The square-root said to minus one “why can’t we be together?”
Minus-one sighed and said “it’s complex.”
Well i overheard and came to their rescue.
Ha ha, is that a real or an imaginary joke?
Why didn’t the Romans find algebra very challenging?
Because X was ALWAYS ten!!!
Chuckle over here are some fun math to work on.
WORK THOSE NUMBERS
IT ALL ADDS UP
Using addition only, arrange the numerals 1 through 9 so that they will equal 100.
Concatenation allowed. (hint you can use the equals symbol more than once)
A SYMBOL IN PLACE
Without changing the order of these digits, place the fewest
possible mathematical symbols in order to make the equation true:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 = 100
It can of course, be done quite easy by putting a line through the equals
making it a ‘not equal to’ sign, but that is the easy way out!
DIVIDING THE DIGITS
Rearrange the digits and place a dividing line so as to make it equal 1/11.
1 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 7
A SURPRISE IN COUNTING
Amusing as a general question.
Although ‘a’ is the third most common letter in English after e and t you would be surprised how far you have to count before it is used!
Using the correct way of verbal counting in English were the ‘and’ is left out,
one hundred one, one hundred two, etc.
(actually if you say un like one hundred’un one, one hundred’un two that is ok here)
What is the first number that ‘a’ appears in?
What is the first number that ‘b’ appears in?
What is the first number that ‘c’ appears in?