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# You know you're a math nerd when...

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Duct tape=everything... well that didn't work

Duct tape<Gorilla tape

Gorilla tape=EVERYTHING!!! Yep, it worked. And not only did it work, it worked when I applied the tape UNDERWATER!

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when you think that if einstein were a rapper he'd be E=M.C.2

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I am just searching those who have made math, really very bad things who have created ever. :mad:

Edited by rookie1ja

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Actually, it's 42 64 or goriila tape. Gorilla tape is much stronger than duct tape. However, the universally accepted answer is "Chuck Norris". Here's proof Chuck is the answer to everything:

Everything=God

God=Religion

God+Religion=Power

Power=Fear

Fear=Pain+Suffering

Pain+Suffering=Chuck Norris

Everything=Chuck Norris

Might need a little tweeking, but you get the idea.

Now can you prove 64 is also the answer to everything?

I think this would prove that Chuck Norris = 2*(Everything) =P

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You guys are nerds :-P

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Yup! That we are! Of course, that's why the title of this thread is "You know you are a math nerd when..." but whatevs!

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When you can count to 1023 on your fingers....using binary.....(up is 1, down is 0)

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When you can count to 1023 on your fingers....using binary.....(up is 1, down is 0)

I can probably count to 1... maybe 2.

Depends on how lucky my guesses are

Haha! Nice....

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Haha, I do that all the time!

When you sit in class, drawing and coloring pictures of characters from different mangas/animes, and still manage to learn what the teacher is teaching and correctly answer at least two or three of her questions.

When you do the above and still manage to make it look like you're actually paying attention.

I totally agree!!!

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When you keep looking for patterns in number plates of vehicles-

like if you see 5918 you think "Hey!! That's divisible by 11!!"

Or if you see 3265 you think "3*2=6 and 3+2=5"

Anybody else do that?

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When you have a t-shirt that says the following:

"There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary, and those who don't."

Or, alternatively, you can't stop counting in binary, and when you get to 4,128,or 132 and others just say "HEY!"

Or, even more alternatively, when you count on your fingers, you have to count in binary. You can't even try to count normally...

1

10

11

100

101

110

111

well, you get the point...

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This is Called You know you're a math nerd when...

Also, you know you're a math nerd when other math nerds don't get your math jokes.

Dear math,

I am tired of finding x and y for you. I'm sorry, but let's face it:

they're gone, dude. get over it.

Yours truly, M3

And also,when you read an entire book during class. when you're (or really, everyone else) is taking a test.

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Lol, I do the book thing ALL THE TIME.

When you can sleep through all but 20 minutes of class, but still manage to get an A, and get A's on everything you do.

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when you mention Graham's number on this thread and no one knows what it is.

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...your calculator becomes dusty because you never have to use it.

...your pencil bursts into flames due to the friction caused by writing down answers so quickly.

...you do the whole math book for fun.

...Pi Day is your favorite holiday.

...the first five minutes of math is learning the material. The remaining time is doing that "other" homework.

...people call you a nerd and you take it as a compliment.

...you give your math teacher an apple and a chart showing how you calculated its surface area and volume.

Edited by Kikacat123

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where can I get it?

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You get what this means:

√-1 8 Σ π

And it was delicious!

Thank you Wikipedia for providing those symbols.

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you realize that you've spent more time in math class reading/doing homework than actual math. And you're not even surprised. And you try to keep up the 2:1 ratio for the rest of the school year perfectly.

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when you realize you are on the New Logic/Math Puzzles section of the forum doing complicated math in your free time

We are all math nerds!

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