## A rabbi, a priest and an automorphism…

I found this Brown Sharpie comic entertaining: Check out more of Courtney Gibbons comic at brownsharpie.courtneygibbons.org

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## A rabbi, a priest and an automorphism…

## Google results based on number of o’s

## Advice about sex from mathies

## i beat stumbleupon in math

## Look around you maths

## The mathematics of sudoku

## Math cheat sheets

## Math fails in history

## Another Spiked Math comic

I found this Brown Sharpie comic entertaining: Check out more of Courtney Gibbons comic at brownsharpie.courtneygibbons.org

Over on the xkcd forums there was a post about the number of google results for the word google with a varying number of “o’s”. Such as:ggglegogglegooglegooogle…goooooo *125 o’s in total* oooogle The data yoteango collected is as follows: O’s Search Results —————————-0 105,0001 1,500,0002 2,020,000,0003 342,0004 666,0005 …

The following page has been making the internet rounds. It’s titled sex advice from mathematicians. Here is one such quote from the page: “What’s the best way to pick up a mathematician? It depends on the mathematician. As you would expect, mathematicians vary across the full spectrum of personalities. The stereotypical mathematician is shy, so …

So today I beat stumbleupon in math!! Check out the proof here: MathFail = 1; StumbleUpon = 0.Me thinks I deserve a medal ^_^

This British comedy show is hilarious. It’s called “Look Around You” and the second epsidoe is about “Maths”. Check it out on youtube (at least for now): Quote from the show (but you really have to watch it to put it in perspective!!): “Narrator: What’s the largest number you can think of ? Person 1: …

Tom Davis has a great article on the mathematics of sudoku. He first describes a brief history of the puzzle and how to play. Then he discusses why it is mathematically interesting (it is, trust me!). He goes through some obvious strategies that a lot of people try when doing sudoku and some other clever …

People love to cheat at math for some reason (laziness? lack of understanding? failure to get help?)… anyways, here are some math cheat sheets you can use from different websites: The first one is about algebra, it has 23 pages filled with formulas: Algebra Notes The next one is much shorter about algebra again (4 …

Dick Lipton wrote a great post over at GÃ¶del’s Lost Letter and P=NP. In his Sept 27th post he talked about surprises in mathematics. In one of his sections he gives three examples of where mathematicians “accepted” a false proof. Sometimes this happens and it might be dozens of years until someone realizes a mistake …

Today’s spiked math comic isn’t too shabby (idea by ma bro): As a mathematician, assumptions are things that come natural to us 😀