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Two famous Calculus jokes(for math lovers)

Discussion in 'Jokes/Utani + Udaku/Gossips' started by Good Guy, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. Good Guy

    Good Guy JF-Expert Member

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    It's a wild party in a CALCULUS NIGHT CLUB and all the functions are invited when In(x) was chatin' with sin(x) he saw poor e^x sittin alone in a coner and went to her and said.
    In(x):Hey why are you differentiated alone over here,go intergrate your self with the others.
    e^x:What difference will it make.
    ...xxxxxxxxxxx....
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    There was one mathematician who had a breakdown and became insane his family had him admited in a mental hospital. In the hospital he frightened all the patients with his terror line, he usually went to a fellow patient and say to them "I will differentiate you." all the patient would run in terror. One day came a new patient he went to him and said "I will differentiate you." but the guy showed no expression of terror the mathematician repeated "I will differentiate you" still nothin' with frustration he repeated even louder "I WILL DIFFERENTIATE YOU." the guy looked at him and said i'm e^x.
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    For those not so much of math lovers when you differentiate e^x you get e^x. And intergrating it gives the same results. NERDS RULE.CHEERS
     
  2. Roulette

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    Kwa kweli this joke is for nerds... :nerd:
     
  3. Good Guy

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    Are you in the club?
     
  4. Chifunanga

    Chifunanga JF-Expert Member

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    hahahahahah......
     
  5. Prophet

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    I like it
     
  6. Mshume Kiyate

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    Ahahahaha:poa
     
  7. Jaguar

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    Safi saana,imenivutia but the integral of e^x is a lil' bit different:integral of e^x=e^x plus C,where C is any constant.
     
  8. Good Guy

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    Well if you get too technical abt it yeah its true,but in formulas 'C' would be neglected o eliminated any how leaving Int. e^x=e^x.
     
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    e^x plus C is not "a little bit different" from e^x. You do not know what C is.

    Integral of e^x is different from e^x, period.
     
  10. Chamoto

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    Do you really mean what you're saying or you're
    jocking?

    The constant 'C' in (e^x + c) can be a very big
    number, you can't just ignore it. The only time
    we eliminate constant is when we integrate
    within a specific range (limit), that's when they
    cancel each other out.
     
  11. Good Guy

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    Well at first i was joking. But what you quoted me i was serious.Mkuu hujanipata kidogo nimeandika case 2 hapo. Kwanza 'C' is EITHER NEGLECTED. Incase it's a small no. as you said,or if its added to a very very large no. compared to it. Or kama ikishindikana nikasema 'C' is ELIMINATED ANY HOW. Note 'ANYHOW'. Ntakupa mfano nnaoukumbuka. Nakumbuka Adv kuna some formulas ambazo zilikua zina ivolve time 't'. Kwenye 4mula kama hizo ulikua una assume a certain condition ili 'c' ife,like at time't'=0,na kwa 4mula ambazo hazina time a certain condition is imagined so as to either eliminate c or put it interms of variables x or y. Ndo hicho nilichomaanisha. Any daught?
     
  12. IT Guru

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    Dah wengine ndo bado tunajifunza hesabu hivo, ngoja miaka ipite kidogo nitairudia hii post nicheke vizuri
     
  13. Pota

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    the thread is too selective. pm could fit it
     
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    hahahaha.
     
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    Hahahaha
     
  16. simplemind

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    Refered to e^x as her,i concede didnt know fuctions had gender. I know some functions are even and some are odd,but she and he functions ,man that is news.
     
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