# Current Best Joke by- $\color{#3D99F6}David \ \ Vreken$ (Polygon joke LOL)

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3 months ago

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Why shouldn't a math teacher call her students average?

Because it's a 'mean' thing to say.....

- 3 months ago

- 3 months ago

Find the volume of a pizza with height A and radius Z

Formula = pi * r^2 * h

Answer = pizza (r = z, h = a)

So the volume of the pizza is pizza. LOL XD

- 3 months ago

Hah, nice one

+1 for that, I should say...

- 3 months ago

For the joke of $\pi+e=pie(yummy)$, shouldn't it be $\pi \times e=pie(yummy)$?. Because in algebra when two letters are joined (English, Spanish, French, Greek etc.) it means multiplied by.

- 1 month, 2 weeks ago

That's true!

- 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Sure, just ruin the joke by using too much math.........................................@Lin Le

- 1 month, 1 week ago

If u do a crime 90 times u will only be caught 45 times because:

$\text{\large sin90=cot45}$

- 3 months ago

LOL, that made me laugh XD - Your name shall be as winner until someone does better

- 3 months ago

# Winners are temporary until someone posts a better joke

- 3 months ago

Why is tanos(thanos) called tanos? Sin happens cos(because) of tanos.:

$\large \frac { sin(os) }{ cos(os) }$ = $\large tan(os)$

- 3 months ago

You've regained your former glory, Mr. Winner @Siddharth Chakravarty

- 3 months ago

Did you know that 3.14% of the sailors are pi-rates?

- 3 months ago

Almost there......

- 3 months ago

$i$ and $π$ went into a roast contest.

Whoever roasts the other guy in the best way wins

$i$ said to $π$, "Get rational"

$π$ said to $i$, "Although I am transcendental, and not "rational", at least I am real"

- 3 months ago

That's a good one, but I've heard it before, so it doesn't make me laugh, no offense

- 3 months ago

Yeah. This is copy paste from there: link

I promise

I have never seen that before.

I just made it up @Páll Márton.

- 3 months ago

Yup, i read it there only

- 3 months ago

What did 50 do when he was hungry???

58

- 3 months ago

$eight\approx eat$?

nope....its ate, as in the past tense of eat

- 3 months ago

Yeah :) :) :)

LOL, almost there, but @Siddharth Chakravarty joke was better

- 3 months ago

LOL! XD

- 3 months ago

What did the mathematician's parrot say when she escaped from her cage? Polygon!

- 3 months ago

Nice one! Also, are you doing the competition?

- 3 months ago

I was hoping to work on them today, although with the time limits and my time zone I may not be able to keep up.

- 3 months ago

I am sorry, I did not get this one.

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Parallel lines are vegetarian because they never meat!

- 3 months ago

wow

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Why did the student turn in a blank paper for the exam?

All the answers were imaginary numbers LOL XD

- 3 months ago

Why do plants hate Mathematics

because that gives them square roots

- 3 months ago

lolololololololololololololololololololololololololololol

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Q: Why are obtuse angles always so depressed A: Because they are never right

- 3 months ago

then even acute angles too are depressed

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- 3 months ago

But then $33063$ is also delicious, because it is equal to
$PIE_{(36)}=P*36^2+I*36+E=25*1296+18*36+15$! :D

- 3 months ago

LOL, I didn't laugh though.....

- 3 months ago

LOL :P

- 3 months ago

Seven demigods shall answer the call,

To storm or fire the earth shall fall,

An oath to keep with a final breath,

And foes bear arms to the Doors of Death

The Ultimate Team - I have united the seven -

- 3 months ago

@Hamza Anushath - Look at the above comment.....

- 3 months ago

@Hamza Anushath - See the prophecy comment LOL no one responded.....................yet

- 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Try this:
There was once when the principal came to observe our Maths lesson, while we were learning $\pi$.

Our teacher asked us the value of $\pi$ during the lesson.

There were several answers: ‘approximately $3.14$’ ‘$\dfrac{22}{7}$ or $\dfrac{355}{113}$’...

Then one classmate started reciting the value of $\pi$.

‘The value of pi is $3.14159265358979323\color{#D61F06}\underline{2020}...$

That was when a round of applause started off in our classroom.

Trust me, if I didn’t hear my phone number between the numbers, I would’ve fallen for it!

- 3 months ago

LOL, it made me smile, you're almost there buddy

- 3 months ago

What geometric shape do you see when entering a Starbucks?

Ans : a line LOL XD

- 3 months ago

There was a fight between 19 and 20 then 21.

- 3 months ago

I get it, but it isn't that funny, no offense.....

- 3 months ago

Ok LOL I will try something else.

- 3 months ago

$i 8 \sum π$

AND IT WAS DELICIOUS!

- 3 months ago

I ate some pie?

- 3 months ago

Yes

- 3 months ago

Not that funny.....

- 3 months ago

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XD :D

- 3 months ago

The basic joke: $\cfrac{sin\; x}{n}=\cfrac{si\cancel{n}\; x}{\cancel{n}}=six=6$

I don't get it @Páll Márton

- 3 months ago

Simplification

- 3 months ago

You should simplify $\cfrac{sin\; x}{n}$. And you just divide by n

Oh, ok, now i get it, nice! but its not enough.

- 3 months ago

What is in the imagination of a mathematician?

$i$

- 3 months ago

Maybe I should keep a joke limit, or Hamza Anushath will post every math joke in the world - That's a non-math joke.

- 3 months ago

Hahaha

Point taken

I won't post any more...

- 3 months ago

Its a joke, you can post all you want, I don't mind

- 3 months ago

Oh

I didn't know

Ok then

- 3 months ago

@Hamza Anushath - When is @Yajat Shamji posting BRILLIAthon problem 1?

- 3 months ago

Where do Mathematicians go when they are sick??

L' Hospital

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OK, didn't really seem funny though.....

- 3 months ago

# Which is the darkest line in geometry - The 'tan'gent

- 3 months ago

LOL XD

- 3 months ago

My notifications are filled with @Yajat Shamji - this, mention[10421093:Yajat Shamji] - that, because his morning community thingamajig is taking place in places where I have subscribed to the comments LOL

- 3 months ago

Well...

- 3 months ago

Seeing a video about a book the 10 sins(crimes), someone stared a joke in the comment zone:
the 9 sins-there aren’t 10 sins
the 8 sins-there aren’t 9 sins
the 7 sins-there aren’t 8 sins
...
the sin-there aren’t 2 sins
THEN things got weird.
the -1 sins-there aren’t positive sins
the 0.5 sins-integer sins don’t exist
the $\pi$ sins-rational sins? you must be kidding
the $i$ sins-there are no real sins
the $1+i$ sins-there are only complex sins
I read all that and thought:no sins-there is no sin :D

- 3 months ago

@Jeff Giff, you sinner, you have committed the biggest sin, and that is dethroning @Siddharth Chakravarty and making me laugh :)

You're winner for now.......

- 3 months ago

LOL :D

- 3 months ago

Why is Iron Man called Iron Man despite needing oxygen? Because:

$\frac{Gold}{Titanium}$ $\approx$ $\frac{Iron}{Oxygen}$

- 3 months ago

For clarification, Gold $= 79$, Titanium $= 22$, Iron $= 26$, Oxygen $= 8$

All numbers are atomic numbers.

- 3 months ago

I get it @Yajat Shamji, but not all numbers are atomic numbers

That is like saying infinite elements exist (do infinite elements exist?)

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Why is the alphabet called the alphabet? Because $\alpha \beta$ = alphabeta = alphabet! :D

- 3 months ago

Good one! But not good enough................

- 3 months ago

Although it is a good joke, it is actually true. That's why the ABC's are called the "alphabet"

- 3 months ago

Oh! Never knew that. Just thought it was the only reasonable explanation to the word ‘alphabet’. :)

- 3 months ago

I don't get it @Yajat Shamji

- 3 months ago

Those 2 are very common jokes @Siddharth Chakravarty - It'll take more than that to beat David Vreken's Polygon joke(LOL)

- 3 months ago

I died at this joke on the internet -

By what angle should you approach the girl you like?

A-cute angle

# LOL XD, I'm Dead, and typing from Elysium in the Underwolrd LOL XD

- 3 months ago

An atom says to another:
I lost an electron! I’m positive!
Then it heard a faint whisper from a neutron:
$\small \text{Geez, it doesn’t know that I’ve turned from positive to neutral...}$

- 3 months ago

$i,\pi ,\Phi ,e,0$ went to a TV program. They try to roast each other to gain pride.
$i$ says: Oi! You lot! Why don’t you learn from 0 and get rational?
$\pi$: Because being transcendental feels special!
$\Phi$ taunts back: I’m the special one! I’m the golden ratio!
$e$: Yeah, come on, 0 is nothing, ain’t it?
$0$: Well, at least I’m real!
$\Phi ,e$: Well but we’re at least something!
$\pi$: Shuddup! $\Phi=\dfrac{1+\sqrt 5}{2},i=\sqrt{-1},e=\lim _{x\to 0} (1+x)^{\frac1x}$, but I can’t be algebraically represented!
$i$: ...

- 3 months ago

lol

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Plot twist, Percy is trying to make us write math jokes so that he can make a best-seller of the best jokes about maths in one book

- 3 months ago

Who would buy a book on math jokes? I'd buy a book on demigod jokes, but math jokes, not really.............

- 3 months ago

he said its a PLOT TWIST so no problemo

- 1 month, 1 week ago

You mean she

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Ya LOL

- 1 month, 1 week ago

I guess it is my fault tho. Many people assume Hamza is a male name, and somehow god decided many men to be named Hamza

And for me, a girl, to be named Hamza as well

LOL

- 1 month, 1 week ago

Definition of Recursion in the dictionary:

$\text{See "Recursion"}$

- 2 months ago

Not a math joke....but slow claps LOL XD

- 2 months ago

First, check out about redshift & blueshift on wiki if you don’t know what that means.
A physicist was driving across a cross-section when the $\color{#D61F06} \text{red}$ traffic light was on. He bumped into a pedestrian and hurt him. On the court, he was accused of violating the traffic safety code.

He said: It’s not my fault! I assume you have heard of redshift and blueshift?
The judge checks it out on wiki.
The physicist continued: When I was driving, the traffic light was moving towards me relatively, so I experienced blueshift and mistook red for green!
The judge nods and thought in silence for a while.

Then he said: Well then, at what speed would you expect such a light shift?
The physicist answered: Approximately 90% light speed?
The judge says: $\text{VERY WELL! YOU ARE NOW CHARGED WITH A FEE OF 114 MILLION DOLLARS,}$ $\text{BECAUSE YOU WENT 90\% LIGHT SPEED FASTER THAN THE LIMITED SPEED!}$ Physicist: Why did I say that? WHY? WHY?

- 3 months ago

LOL XD nice!

- 3 months ago

When you feel cold, go stand in the corner of the walls because it is 90 degrees there.

- 3 months ago

F, C, or K?

- 3 months ago

It depends on the temperature you want @Vinayak Srivastava

It is our choice

LOL :D

- 3 months ago

C, because it is the only temperature unit in which it will be very hot. But it could be F also if not much hot.

- 3 months ago