maths stands for mathematical anti telharsic heptoses septonim. it is basically the language of numbers, with 1 meaning hello, 2 meaning the etc.
all mathematical calculations must exist between absolute 0 and the largest number possible. mathematicians think it is about 100 billion, but some think there may be even larger numbers
maths can be used to solve many every day problems, such as the optimum time to enbark on a conversation, or planning your trajectory to work.
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.
(n.) That which opposes buttsekz.
Homework and examinations for school or work are commonplace examples of the prevalence of anti-buttsekz. Life.
The statement n^2 + 9 + 9 is known as "cDonald's Theorem" and when plotted on a graph models a uniformly curved line that somehow joins up with itself.
This is a figure which science has yet to come up with a name for. Can you think of one? If you can, the Royal Mathematics Society would like to hear from you!
Look at this equation
n^2 + 9 + 9
It's known as cDonald's Theorem
brown iron is the common term for bumcivilian, the most basic form of iron. It is produced when a sample of iron is mixed with sulphuric acid. Brown iron has the unusual property of absorbing all sound waves within close proximity.
The bell isn't broken. In fact it's in perfect working order. It's just that when brown iron is produced, it has the effect of sucking up all the sound in the vicinity.