He wanted to keep them under the sand, but the beach was so narrow that it could only contain one of them: sine or cosine. He decided that, using his mathematical skills, that he would stack sine over cosine - but that resulted in tan! He did not want to get tan. So he stacked cosine over sine... <...

My friends told me not to worry about it, but I think it’s a negative sine.

As I got older I realized it was just a phase

Sine approaches cosine and says, "Hey, what's ln(x) doing over in the corner by himself?". Cosine responds, "You see, ln(x) doesn't integrate very well".

It has its ups and downs...

Mr Sine and Miss Cosine get married and head for their honeymoon to a seaside destination. So they're chilling by the beach, and sipping on their drinks, and things get naughty soon. During a lovemaking session on the beach, Sine whispers into Cosine's ear, "It's a good thing I'm not on top, or we'...

Cos you're acute angle.

They both go down after pi

But I couldn’t get anyone to cosine.

I used to date a girl named hypotenuse, a while back. But then she dumped me for some dude named cosine. Now she's my x.

Mr. Sine and his missus Cosine went for their honeymoon on a beach and got a Tan.

When they returned it took them a Sec to find that they needed a new Cot.

When they returned it took them a Sec to find that they needed a new Cot.

They needed someone to cosine.

Wait until my partner finds out I can’t cosine a loan.

Thank god I had someone to cosine

It turns out they needed to cosine.

He couldn't find anyone willing to cosine.

Mathematician: "Excuse me, I seem to have forgotten the value for the sine function. Do you know what it is?"

Blonde: Ah???

Mathematician: No, not that, that's for cosine.

Blonde: Oh...

Mathematician: That's it! Thank you!

Blonde: Ah???

Mathematician: No, not that, that's for cosine.

Blonde: Oh...

Mathematician: That's it! Thank you!

*A tale of two cosines*

What sound does a horse make while walking?

*Clop, clop.*

What sound does a horse make while walking uphill?

*Clop, clop* multiplied by the cosine of the slope angle.

*Clop, clop.*

What sound does a horse make while walking uphill?

*Clop, clop* multiplied by the cosine of the slope angle.

sin or cosine?

How do you project confidence?

Multiply by the cosine of the angle.

Multiply by the cosine of the angle.

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