Engineer wrote:

]]>I can write 70 words per minute but i cant read my own handwriting.

I spend more time with my mobile than with my family.

My IQ is greater than my weight.

I explain 3 yr olds, why the sky is blue using terms like scattering,

interference & diffraction.I have no life & can prove it mathematically.:->

I think in "maths".

I can translate english into binary.

I consider any non-science course "easy".

An 40/100 is heaven to me.

My xerox bills soar higher than my pocket money.!!

Meaning:

For every x there is (at least one) y which is greater than x,

Or, even further simplified:

There is no largest number.

The thing is, it is very common to have an exists symbol right after the for all symbol, like in the expression above. So, the joke would translate to:

For all for-all symbols there exists a there-exists symbol.

]]>For #9: Do you know what those symbols mean by themselves.

For #3: I thought LaTeX was pronounced lay teck.

]]>Showing that the author of that page probably never even seen a Z - 80!

#3 of your second list is the one!

]]>Nope, I eat chocolate chip

You surely use them a lot

They do crop up in numerical analysis. But as you know I never do any physics.

]]>It is understood I am only buying one. Who buys two cars.

Does that stop you from using the XOR operator?

I would never use any math on any woman. Not unless I despised her.

Really? Would you use math on chocolate chips?

approximations.

You surely use them a lot

]]>I would never use any math on any woman. Not unless I despised her.

DE's are nothing more than approximations. Then to solve them one usually has to resort to numerics or linearize them further turning it into an approximation of an approximation.

]]>Okay, but how many of them apply to you

only 3

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