Spiked Math Games  // Math Fail Blog  // Gauss Facts  // Spiked Math Comics

home     info     archive     contact     rss

Google+ Page   //   Facebook Page   //   Twitter Page



Recent Comments
  • By Trebor in Keeping students busy: It's similar to computing the Taylor series of e^(-1/x^2) at x=0, students get confused when they get a polynomial that vanishes identically XD read in context
  • By Dr. What in Keeping students busy: Of course, because you are not supposed to do it that way. read in context
  • By Michael Watts in Keeping students busy: Unless I've made a horrible mistake somewhere, it's possible to show this limit is 0 using just one application of L'Hopital's rule. read in context
  • By Melcalc in Pushing limits: Poor jock 47.. at least he's trying! read in context
  • By Dr. What in Pushing limits: Well, it does work if you push it for some distance, since work=force*distance. read in context
  • By Melcalc in Mobius the Dog: Love the new comics! read in context
  • By Maria C. Padin in A course on recursion: Sooo happy to see you!! read in context
  • By Spiked Math in A course on recursion: Not yet! read in context
  • By Melcalc in What is the limit: Wunderbar! Good to see you back. read in context
  • By Dr. what in What is the limit: Hover over the Ψ sign and you will see the answer. read in context
  • By Trebor in What is the limit: Great work(s) Mike! I've been wandering around this site for months. I pulled s and y to the left first so I didn't get it at first :) read in context
  • By Josh in What is the limit: Sky's the limit read in context
  • By Fran89 in What is the limit: ksy? ysk? I don't get it. read in context
  • By Moi in What is the limit: Darned, thought 's' was a function. As often with limits, the result is Notorious(ly) B.I.G. read in context
  • By Daniel in A course on recursion: New post. Am I dreaming? read in context
  • By Tyler in A course on recursion: Spiked math is not dead! read in context
  • By fireflame241 in Classroom Anatomy: Umm... I think there are three people sleeping. Unless one is practicing TeX with z^{z^z} read in context
  • By Thu2016 in Cancelling: no read in context
  • By Christo Keller in Three logicians walk into a bar: "Do the three logicians within 10 meters of me..." read in context
  • By in A Self-complementary Graph: Removing nonexistent or hidden cookies... OK Removing too sweet/sugary/bad/chipped cookies... OK Removing art cookies except for 85... OK Removing simple cookies... OK Removing negative numbered cookies... OK Removing cookies rated 0 0 0 0... OK Removing cookies with bad requests... OK Recalculating cookies... 15.000.000. read in context
  • By in The Movie Math Quiz Part 3: 1 would be Manhattg. Tangent is tg, NOT tan! read in context
  • By in The Movie Math Quiz Part 2: 1. Snakes on a Plane. 2. Independence day. 3. Single White Female. 4. Blades of Glory. 5. 8 Miles. 6. Transformers. 7. Field of Dreams. 8. Alpha and Omega. 9. 13th floor. 10. Sum of all fears (I think) read in context
  • By in World of Mathcraft: I accept. *solves Riemann hypothesis within zeta(s)/10^TREE(3) 10^-googolplex second units* read in context
  • By in The NeverEnding Story: It's a fract'al-ion (fractal fraction), meaning the fraction is self-similar. read in context
  • By in Vectorized: ...Let you be a vector... NOT WRONG!!! read in context
  • By in Your Mom Theorems: No. It's ∞. read in context
  • By IHateMyLife in The Joke Book: WTF is this website, please close this website because so many people have lost their lives to the cringy jokes thx bye. read in context
  • By in The IQ Test: Billy dösn't know sequences. read in context
  • By in The IQ Test: 10, 11 and 12 are solutions. Now Your Mom. read in context
  • By in The IQ Test: Not YM. It's 10, 11 AND 12. read in context
  • By in Simple Area Quiz: Always the lower one. read in context
  • By in A Self-complementary Graph: What speed is absurdly relativistic? The speed of eπc. Why? Because it's ~2400000 km/s!!! read in context
  • By in Why Mathematicians Never Win At Poker: I love manifolds. A msths lover never wins at poker, but would always win if and only if it'd be maths. read in context
  • By in Alex Was Having Second Thoughts: Mustn't he be tg^2 x? read in context
  • By in A Self-complementary Graph: It's eπππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππππc!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!π!π!ππππ!!!!!!!!!!!! read in context
  • By hotmedal in Cancelling: It may take some time for this joke to sinc in. read in context
  • By zambian music videos waptric in Dirty Mathematics: My cousin suggested I could like that weblog zambian music videos waptric. He or she once was completely correct. This particular blog post essentially made my morning. You should not imagine just that the bunch time I had created used in this details! Thank you! read in context
  • By in Alex Was Having Second Thoughts: The cookies are ALL math cookies... and you deserve 10+9pi. read in context
  • By in Diploma: No. 2+7!=11, 2+7=9. You meant 4+7=11. read in context
  • By in Spiked Math's excuse guide to not doing your math homework: ...algebra chips. read in context
  • By in Spiked Math's excuse guide to not doing your math homework: You deserve a geometry cookie with 9400000000000000000000000*(60732845378465327463578462^monster group's order+10000000000008000000000000000000000000000000000*9*10^75842215601503780235705080087056870870708787770000078079898888000000000000000000000000000000000000) read in context
  • By in Spiked Math's excuse guide to not doing your math homework: But if I divide by 0, NOTHING happens (100-10^-687428691%). I meant, in the other parts of the Universe. To the homework, it's only 90%, to the questions, it's 82%, to the additional points, 52.83%, to the operations and operands, only 2.07%, only if we count =s, if not, only 10^-5919098009080178287069847610000000000000000%. read in context
  • By in Spiked Math's excuse guide to not doing your math homework: My 9 tied for first favorites were the 11 dimension, inverse matrix, parallel universe, the sum 1/2^n n=1 to infinity (but for me, it MUST be n=-5348743257658716250670800000000 to infinity), the commutative rings, the L'Hopital's rule, the 42 one, the truncated one, AND the nullspace one. I deserve a geometry cookie with algebra chips. read in context
  • By in Your Mom Theorems: P is Power set. See P(dot)! read in context
  • By pi in Your Mom Theorems: Trigonal Fractals FOREVER! read in context
  • By pi in Your Mom Theorems: Theorem 1.8: Your Momma so smart, that her IQ is a mole to the googolplex. read in context
  • By pi in Guest Comic: But pi is ratio of circumference/diameter, AND I KNOW IT TO 88 DIGITS! ...which means I'm in the top 48,96%. read in context
  • By 0 0 in Guest Comic: I CAN divide by 0! (ignore factorial): 1/0=∞. read in context
  • By 0 0 in Guest Comic: The last picture is Pi FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU. read in context