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What people who failed english think the plural of math is

Guy 1: I have to take 4 maths classes in high school

Guy 2: and retake english...

Guy 2: and retake english...

by Jtgamerguy
December 03, 2010

100

(cell) phone number

My phone got stolen, I need you to give me your math again.

by Tom-Tom82
November 24, 2008

101

a subject in school that you learn to do.

i learn math in my school

by Eric Desautel
November 24, 2007

102

Your Phone Number..

In the example below..lol,I tried to make it as Interesting as Possible..But I failed..I aint a Comedian Bitch!!haha

In the example below..lol,I tried to make it as Interesting as Possible..But I failed..I aint a Comedian Bitch!!haha

"Aye Yo girl,can I get yo Math shawty?"

"Sure..1-800-TOO HOT FOR YOU Biatch"

"Its like that Now?"

"Yeah,I dont like you anyway,so why you askin' for My number dude?"

"Sure..1-800-TOO HOT FOR YOU Biatch"

"Its like that Now?"

"Yeah,I dont like you anyway,so why you askin' for My number dude?"

by Vymizzle
July 24, 2007

103

arithmetic, calculus, and pie diagrams.

mathematicians don't study math; they study other things, like cohomology groups, k-theory, and algebraic d-modules.

by jon
May 01, 2004

104

Abstract thinking in its purest forms using numerical objects. Mathematicians and physicists (ie, applied mathematicians) have been proven to be the smartest people in the world; the people who "don't get it" become retarded history majors.

I tried to use the Dirac Delta Function to patch the singularity in the path integral, but LOL it diverges and I failed completely so I had to find a new topoligical metric. Maybe I should have used a contour integral.

by jdawg
January 15, 2004

105

Stands for

Massive

Anti

Telharsic

Heptiom

Septonum

Useful for many things, like working out angles, extracting the best time to enter into a conversation, and, if you can fly, plotting your trajectory to work.

Massive

Anti

Telharsic

Heptiom

Septonum

Useful for many things, like working out angles, extracting the best time to enter into a conversation, and, if you can fly, plotting your trajectory to work.

Look around you.

Look around you.

Just, look around you.

Can you tell what we're looking for yet?

That's right, Maths.

Look around you.

Just, look around you.

Can you tell what we're looking for yet?

That's right, Maths.

by Thegreatnick
March 16, 2005