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Math Memes – November 2020

The popularity of a meme reflects the way in which society understands a fact and mathematics does not escape from this, since the mathematical community on social networks has increased its presence in recent months. The month of November of the infamous year 2020 has ended and we bring you a compilation of the best mathematical memes.

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TRUTH + GOD = LIFE

The equation “TRUTH + GOD = LIFE” reveals a curious reality when the rules for solving equations are applied as stated by u / Karun_Singh . In the image you can read:

I SAW SOMEONE WITH A T-SHIRT SAYING:

TRUTH + GOD = LIFE

I HOPE YOU HAVE REALIZED THAT IT FOLLOWS …

TRUTH = LIFE – GOD
GOD = LIFE – TRUTH

SERIOUSLY, TAKE THE ACCOUNTS, PEOPLE.

It is not a prime or a composite number

We have seen that prime natural numbers are those that are divisible only by themselves and the number 1; Furthermore, those natural numbers that are not prime are called composite numbers, since they can be decomposed into prime factors. The number 1 is neither a prime number nor a composite number. That is what u/ethannnnnnnnnnnnnn exposes , in the image you can read:

1 to prime numbers:

I guide others to treasures that I cannot possess.

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Epsilon less than or equal to zero?

At the beginning of this year 2020, a joke in which Area 51 would be invaded was viralized , many of the memes alluded to the mysterious things that would be found inside it. We are already ending the year 2020 and the memes about Area 51 are still going viral.

Generally, the demonstrations that are made in the Mathematical Analysis require to limit sets, for this a number as small as required is considered and it is expressed as varepsilon> 0. That is why it is strange to find a varepsilon leq 0. That’s what u/yonatanmx exposes . in the image you can read:

Me, running out of Area 51 with an epsilon less than or equal to zero.

Size 2A

When studying quadratic equations, a formula is defined that allows calculating their solutions and this expresses the expression 2a in its denominator. This is what the twitter user @velosarahptorr refers to but also the size of the bra, in the tweet you can read:

The quadratic formula be like:

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TRIVIAL!

Authors of advanced books in mathematics tend to save reading time for those who read their books by simplifying long demonstrations with phrases such as “the proof is left to the reader”, however, the word that generates most of memories for mathematicians is “trivial”. User u/Tornado547 , title the following image with what we actually think when we use this word

When you don’t feel like doing algebra

When you don’t feel like doing algebra

Donut = Mug

The most repeated joke when talking about Topology will always be that one of the donut and the cup, although this does not make them any less funny. On this occasion, u/WorldOfPayne refers to this famous scene from The Office series , where you can read:

First Panel

Corporate needs you to find the differences between this picture (the one on the left, a mug) and this picture (the one on the right, a donut).

Second Panel

Topologist:

They are the same picture.

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6÷2(1+2)

In this year 2020, the operation 6÷2(1+2) became viral, although last year it had already gone viral in the form 8÷2(2+2) and although we have already explained the problem with this type of expressions. Physicists propose a quick exit such as the one exposed by u/succjaw , where you can read:

Viral Math Problem

6÷2(1+2) =

Mathematicians:

IS THE ANSWER 1 OR 9??? I CAN’T TELL!!!

Physicists

Just take the average. It’s 5.

Divide on the calculator

Calculators are powerful tools, however, if we do not use we can come up with silly situations. This is why the result that is useless for our purpose is ironically praised.

851 div 351 = dfrac{851}{351}

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So you like the equations with toons?

There are people who feel adversity towards mathematics, but mathematics can be adapted to make it more pleasing to the eye. Can you calculate the solution to those two math problems? Usually these images are accompanied by a text that says things like “just for geniuses”, but in the case of the second image, I think that the text “98% of people can’t solve this 😂” is a very generous percentage for the General population.

98% of people can’t solve this 😂


Do you think we missed a meme? Share your best meme in the comments!

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