Math Is Fun Forum
  Discussion about math, puzzles, games and fun.   Useful symbols: ÷ × ½ √ ∞ ≠ ≤ ≥ ≈ ⇒ ± ∈ Δ θ ∴ ∑ ∫ • π ƒ -¹ ² ³ °

You are not logged in.

#2 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Happy Birthday, Alokananda! » Yesterday 05:38:43

Happy Birthday, Alokananda! Wish you many happy returns of the day.

#3 Re: Help Me ! » 3 sandwiches with 4 ingredients. » 2017-05-20 04:10:31

How many different sandwiches can we make?

I think you want to ask "In how many ways can we make these system of 3 sandwiches while satisfying the constraints?"

#4 Re: Jokes » Star Wars joke » 2017-05-11 18:08:45

Subject: Python versus Perl: A humorous look
From: larry (funkster@midwinter.com)
Date: 10 Jul 1999 01:45:07 -0700
This has been percolating in the back of my mind for a while.
It's a scene from _The Empire Strikes Back_ reinterpreted to serve
a valuable moral lesson for aspiring programmers.
--
EXTERIOR: DAGOBAH -- DAY
           With Yoda strapped to his back, Luke climbs up one of
        the many thick vines that grow in the swamp until he
        reaches the Dagobah statistics lab. Panting heavily, he
        continues his exercises -- grepping, installing new
        packages, logging in as root, and writing replacements for
        two-year-old shell scripts in Python.
YODA: Code!  Yes.  A programmer's strength flows from code
      maintainability.  But beware of Perl.  Terse syntax... more
      than one way to do it...  default variables.  The dark side
      of code maintainability are they.  Easily they flow, quick
      to join you when code you write.  If once you start down the
      dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny, consume
      you it will.
LUKE: Is Perl better than Python?
YODA: No... no... no.  Quicker, easier, more seductive.
LUKE: But how will I know why Python is better than Perl?
YODA: You will know.  When your code you try to read six months
      from now.

#6 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Calculate the worth of your spare time » 2017-05-11 17:48:19

bobbym wrote:

I did not see a thing.

That is what happens when you turn off js

#7 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » 257 Questions » 2017-05-09 04:20:34

bobbym wrote:

I know, but as I have said they never ask any of those questions.

So. girls do not like pancake? How is that possible?

#8 Coder's Corner » Solving CrackMe's » 2017-05-08 21:09:34

Agnishom
Replies: 0

Could someone please help me solve a CrackMe?

#10 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » 257 Questions » 2017-05-07 20:34:00

That was supposed to be 100 questions you should ask your boyfriend.

#12 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » 257 Questions » 2017-05-07 16:08:38

1. What was your childhood like?

2. Did you have a close bond with your parents?

3. Do you have any brothers or sisters?

4. What was your first crush like?

5. Are you still friends with your exes?

6. If you had to describe your father, what would you tell me about him?

7. What was your biggest achievement?

8. Do you like animals?

9. What’s your favourite song from your teenage years?

10. What makes you feel happy?

11. Are you a competitive person?

12. Do you like any sports?

13. What’s your favourite book?

14. Would you lend it to me?

15. What do you think about death?

16. What about children?

17. What is your favourite memory from childhood?

18. What is your favourite scent?

19. How did you lose your virginity?

20. What’s your strongest character trait?

21. What is your weakest spot?

22. Do you consider getting married one day?

23. What do you think about Pink Floyd?

24. How do you like to dance?

25. What is your favourite album?

26. What was the worst winter of your life?

27. On a scale from 1 to 10, how good would you say you are at singing in public?

28. Are you left wing or right wing? Or in between?

29. Are you pro choice or pro life?

30. Have you ever felt attracted to a queer person?

31. Did you ever participate in a protest?

32. Would you date two girls in the same day?

33. Would you ever date a blind person?

34. Tell me about the one who got away.

35. How many pairs of shoes do you have?

36. Do you own a suit?

37. Have you ever stalked someone?

38. What’s the biggest life lesson you have learned?

39. What’s the most significant love lesson you have learned?

40. What is your favourite summer memory?

41. What is it about us girls that makes you so horny?

42. What was the biggest letdown of your life?

43. What would you take with you on a deserted island?

44. What would you say about your relationship with God?

45. Tell me about the worst job you’ve ever had.

46. What are you most ashamed of?

47. What are you most proud about?

48. How would you rate today’s politics in terms of efficiency and protection?

49. Do you wish you were born some place else?

50. What are you secretly fond of?

51. What’s the most important quality you enjoy in a friend?

52. Did you ever betray anyone you loved?

53. If I gave you a pen and paper what would you make out of them?

54. What’s the movie scene you loved the most?

55. How do you relate to people who suffer from mental disorders?

56. What is your opinion on men who refuse to use condoms?

57. What are some of the things you wish a girl knew before dating you?

58. Are you a feminist?

59. What is your take on climate change?

60. What are your top 3 healthy habits?

61. What do you think about psychology and what role did it play in your life?

61. Tell me the most embarrassing experience you had in bed.

62. Would you date someone who doesn’t have any books in their house?

63. What do you love most about travel?

64. What’s the best thing about being single?

65. Do you believe in astrology?

66. Have you ever went and kissed a total stranger out of the blue just because you could not resist it?

67. What is your most treasured memory?

68. What makes you laugh?

69. What are you still sad about?

70. How would you handle someone hitting on your significant other?

71. What are your feelings towards open relationships?

72. Have you ever been jealous?

73. Where do you see yourself in the year 2050?

74. Do you believe everyone we meet is meant to teach us a lesson about ourselves?

75. Have you ever walked away from someone you still loved?

76. What’s your to go place when you’re having a bad day?

77. Can you make pancakes?

78. Would you make breakfast in bed for a girl you fancy?

79. What do your friends say about you?

80. What are your most beloved artists, and why?

81. Where should I go if I want to spend my day as a tourist in this city?

82. What’s your favourite piece of art?

83. Have you ever had gender in a forbidden place?

84. What do you love most about sleeping with a girl?

85. What are your mornings like?

86. What is your favourite drink?

87. Where would you go if you only had 24 hours to live?

88. What’s the best thing about being single and happy?

89. What’s the best advice someone has ever given to you?

90. What would you tell your teenage self if you could send them some insights from the future?

91. Do you believe in miracles?

92. Are you fond of who you are?

93. If you had to describe the most intense moment of your life using only one word, how would you name it?

94. What makes you sad?

95. Where would you like to spend the rest of your life if you could?

96. Would you give away everything you had if you were promised to be forever young?

97. What is something you’ll never apologise for?

98. What is the first thing you notice about a woman?

99. Have you ever been in love?

100. Will you kiss me now? 

#19 Re: Guestbook » God I hate math » 2017-04-27 15:55:03

I know how horrible some math lessons can be. Our algebra teacher thinks that all we should learn from his class is a bunch of notations and some boring proofs. He does not encourage us to solve any fun problems.

By the way, Here is a bunch of activities that could possibly help get over the math hatred.

#20 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » 2015 UK General Election » 2017-04-27 15:48:59

bobbym wrote:

Not really. It confuses people having more than one choice.

Well, what could you do about that, people will be stupid anyway

#22 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » 2015 UK General Election » 2017-04-25 04:05:43

bobbym wrote:

Lots of parties.

That's a good thing, right?

#24 Help Me ! » Binomial Coefficent Sums » 2017-04-25 01:18:34

Agnishom
Replies: 4

How do I prove this identity?

Board footer

Powered by FluxBB