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Best web site ever?

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1Carnophile
Mar 10, 2018, 12:35 am

I don't know if it's just that I had more than the usual amount of wine with dinner tonight, but this web site made me laugh nonstop for at least half an hour:

http://mathprofessorquotes.com

2defaults
Mar 10, 2018, 6:39 am

"If you can’t remember this formula, set it as your wifi password.” I'm stealing that one.

3Carnophile
Mar 10, 2018, 7:39 pm

“It’s spiritually more satisfying to use completely linearly independent vectors.”

— Linear algebra professor

4Carnophile
Mar 12, 2018, 1:02 pm

One more selection of these.

“So now let us solve a transform that will involve using integration by parts twice, then of course taking the limit. Nothing has changed. All I’m doing now is increasing the pain.”
— Differential equations professor
“If the set is closed then nothing can escape. Like Hotel California.”
— Linear Algebra Professor
“Your midterms are marked, but I forgot to bring them, sorry. I hope you don’t give me bad comments on course evaluations, but to be honest I have tenure so nothing you say really matters.”
— Linear Algebra Professor
“So a 50 degree beer is sitting in a room at 70 degrees for…30 min? What? Clearly a professor made this problem, only academia leaves a beer undrunk for that long.”
— Differential equations professor
“That’s what physics is. It looks really nice but there’s horror music playing in the background.”
— Physics Teacher
“Here is the process for completing a direct proof. Step 1: Prove the thing. Just do it. Nike. *draws Nike swoosh on the board* Oh great, now they can finally sue me.”
— Fundamentals of Mathematics Professor
“So if we can do this, we can find the position by manipulating the velocity. Wait, so we can know the position and the velocity at the same time. Take that, Heisenberg!”
— Calculus professor
“So this turns into a double integral using polar coordinates, and if you haven’t taken multivariable calculus yet you’ll learn why everyone just started crying soon enough.”
— Probability Professor
“Today we’ll be learning about Euclid’s bestie, or his homie, whatever you kids call it these days.”
— Geometry Professor