Humor &Math &Science 10 Feb 2007 12:45 pm

Classic XKCD strips

Some amusing comics from the XKCD strip, found at Classic XKCD strips. I particularly like the one above. And it is true, check at Google Calculator. But what does it mean?

This was originally found via a Silicon Valley Patterns mailing list post about a programming puzzle at: Facebook for their engineering candidates.

One Response to “Classic XKCD strips”

  1. on 10 Feb 2007 at 2:50 pm 1.Kevin said …

    Euler’s Identity is consistently voted Most Favourite Mathematical Fact in popularity contests.

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