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Number Compliment

Q: What did the number zero say to the number eight?

A: "Nice belt."

Dollars Equals Cents

Theorem: 1$ = 1c. Proof: And another that gives you a sense of money disappearing. 1$ = 100c= (10c)^2= (0.1$)^2= 0.01$= 1c.

Here $ means dollars and c means cents. This one is scary in that I have seen PhD's in math who were unable to see what was wrong with this one. Actually I am crossposting this to sci.physics because I think that the latter makes a very nice introduction to the importance of keeping track of your dimensions.

Circle Facts

Q: What's the difference between a radius and a diameter?

A: A radius.

Roundest Knight

Q: How did King Arthur's knight, Sir Cumference, get so large?

A: He acquired his size from eating too much pi.