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Horrible mathematical pun  Dave Shaffer (Arizona)  10082012 From a few days ago: Re: Horrible mathematical pun  Valentin Albillo  10092012 Not bad at all. This kind of verbal pun reminds me of this other much more elaborated one I saw decades ago in one of the late Martin Gardner's superb books on recreational mathematics (the Native American [i.e.: Indian] version, that is): http://komplexify.com/math/jokes/PythagoreanTheoremPun.html
Regards.
Re: Horrible mathematical pun  BruceH  10092012 Some more math puns.
Re: Horrible mathematical pun  Gerson W. Barbosa  10092012 32. Two mathematicians arguing about even numbers were at odds. They're still at sixes and sevens with each other.
Re: Horrible mathematical pun  Bob Patton  10092012 There is a remarkable alphanumeric equation in which two anagram phrases are equal, both alphabetically and numerically.
ELEVEN + TWO = TWELVE + ONE
