The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4 - Page 1005

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Originally Posted by Joltik
My Math teacher has a ton of math based puns on the walls of his room.

Most are groan worthy
Let's see 'em.

2. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

There is no subtraction, only addition of a negative number.
There is no division, only multiplication of a fraction.
The Dark Side will set you free.

3. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

No, I was referring to the coordinates in your location, and the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system. I'm taking a class that deals with global positioning atm, so I'm kind of interested in that stuff. Mine is zone 17, I think you're in zone 32 from your coordinates now that I've checked.

4. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by H-con
Originally Posted by FABuLUSH!
because I dont wish to find the speed of a train or find x from some nonsense application?
How is that nonsense anyways?
I remember the time i was at Edinburgh's Waverly Station and a suited man came up to me and asked me what speed the train was going as it came in to Edinbrugh. And i told him to fuck off. Not because of his unusual maths question in which i couldn't possibly answer but because he masturbating into a peace of stale bread. I did not calculate teh speed fo ejaculation nor the speed at which the guard pulled him away from me.

Originally Posted by Joltik
I recognized asparagus instantly, so no.

^That's a rhombus.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt

Let's see 'em.
Tits?

5. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
Originally Posted by Joltik
My Math teacher has a ton of math based puns on the walls of his room.

Most are groan worthy
Let's see 'em.
So this guy comes on to a bus, and he starts threatening people, saying I'll derivative you! I'll Integrate you! one man walks up to him, and he says, "aren't you scared?" and the other guy goes" No I'm e^x"

How does a mathematician toast? Sphere's to you!

The last one is more puny though. Let me see if I can remember more.

6. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Sunburn
No, I was referring to the coordinates in your location, and the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system. I'm taking a class that deals with global positioning atm, so I'm kind of interested in that stuff. Mine is zone 17, I think you're in zone 32 from your coordinates now that I've checked.
I'm 18T :3

7. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Joltik
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
Originally Posted by Joltik
My Math teacher has a ton of math based puns on the walls of his room.

Most are groan worthy
Let's see 'em.
So this guy comes on to a bus, and he starts threatening people, saying I'll derivative you! I'll Integrate you! one man walks up to him, and he says, "aren't you scared?" and the other guy goes" No I'm e^x"

How does a mathematician toast? Shere's to you!

The last one is more puny though. Let me see if I can remember more.
No, that'll be all, thank you. You're too kind, but this is fine.

8. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by TheMissingno.
There is no subtraction, only addition of a negative number.
There is no division, only multiplication of a fraction.
The Dark Side will set you free.
Originally Posted by Joltik
So this guy comes on to a bus, and he starts threatening people, saying I'll derivative you! I'll Integrate you! one man walks up to him, and he says, "aren't you scared?" and the other guy goes" No I'm e^x"

How does a mathematician toast? Shere's to you!

The last one is more puny though. Let me see if I can remember more.
:( I'm too dumb to get these.

9. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Joltik
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
Originally Posted by Joltik
My Math teacher has a ton of math based puns on the walls of his room.

Most are groan worthy
Let's see 'em.
So this guy comes on to a bus, and he starts threatening people, saying I'll derivative you! I'll Integrate you! one man walks up to him, and he says, "aren't you scared?" and the other guy goes" No I'm e^x"

How does a mathematician toast? Sphere's to you!

The last one is more puny though. Let me see if I can remember more.
Don't listen to Jacky, go on pls!

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Lol at e^x, that's a calculus one. The derivative of e^x is e^x.

Having The Machine in the next UTM zone is great :P

11. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Sunburn
No, I was referring to the coordinates in your location, and the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system. I'm taking a class that deals with global positioning atm, so I'm kind of interested in that stuff. Mine is zone 17, I think you're in zone 32 from your coordinates now that I've checked.
Yup, sounds about right. Might I ask why that was relevant, or was it mere curiosity?

Also, why is it cheaper to hire a philosopher than a mathematician? For the mathematician, you need a pen, paper and a waste basket, for the philosopher you only need a pen and paper.

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Originally Posted by Sunburn
Lol at e^x, that's a calculus one. The derivative of e^x is e^x.
I'm out.

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I don't know if I like that system, Greenland and Antarctica have way more grid zones than they deserve.

Originally Posted by H-con
Also, why is it cheaper to hire a philosopher than a mathematician? For the mathematician, you need a pen, paper and a waste basket, for the philosopher you only need a pen and paper.
Then the Russians saved millions of dollars on waste baskets by giving the mathematician a pencil.

14. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by H-con
Originally Posted by Sunburn
No, I was referring to the coordinates in your location, and the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system. I'm taking a class that deals with global positioning atm, so I'm kind of interested in that stuff. Mine is zone 17, I think you're in zone 32 from your coordinates now that I've checked.
Yup, sounds about right. Might I ask why that was relevant, or was it mere curiosity?
I just looked at your location and became curious. Also, it helped refresh my memory, as I have an exam in 2 days that I should be studying for :P

15. Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

Originally Posted by Sunburn
Originally Posted by H-con
Originally Posted by Sunburn
No, I was referring to the coordinates in your location, and the Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system. I'm taking a class that deals with global positioning atm, so I'm kind of interested in that stuff. Mine is zone 17, I think you're in zone 32 from your coordinates now that I've checked.
Yup, sounds about right. Might I ask why that was relevant, or was it mere curiosity?
I just looked at your location and became curious. Also, it helped refresh my memory, as I have an exam in 2 days that I should be studying for :P
What are you studying in school exactly?

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