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* * * During a lecture to his students, a military instructor says, "There is a 40% chance that we will hit our target." One student asks, "What happens if we aim away from the target? He says "If we try to hit a B-52 with this missile, the probability of success is 5%." A math student asks: "What if we try to miss?
* * * Question: How many analysts does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Answer: Three: One to prove existence, one to prove uniqueness and one to derive a nonconstructive algorithm to do it.
* * * ( added December 2017) Teacher: —I keep telling my students that one half can't be larger or smaller than the other. * * * ( added March 2016) —Honey, we are like two parallel lines. * * * ( added March 2016) —Which is the odd one out: one, three, six, seven? * * * ( added March 2016) When I am with you, I solve integrals in my head, so that blood can come back to my brain.
* * * ( added March 2016) There are two kinds of people in this world: Those that can extrapolate from incomplete data.
* * * Any curve going around your boss is shorter than a straight line passing him. * * * A colonel teaches air defence at Moscow State University, Math Department.