No matter how you try to differentiate them or integrate them. They remain the same.

He should have them take Calculus tests instead of Citizenship tests.

Unfortunately, After every time we ∫e^x I am left with an e^x

But none are telling me what the limits the integrations are, or the what the parameters are, hell I don't even know which function to integrate.

I guess I have my limits

This joke comes from my father, who taught at a mostly black high school

During a calculus lecture:

"Can someone come to the board and integrate this?" he says, pointing to an equation

He looks around, wondering why no one has answered

Once again, he asks "Can someone com...

During a calculus lecture:

"Can someone come to the board and integrate this?" he says, pointing to an equation

He looks around, wondering why no one has answered

Once again, he asks "Can someone com...

Their currency is called the ✓

He remembered to add the sea.

On startup it performed a self diagnostic test.

Turns out, it's cancer.

Turns out, it's cancer.

They think it will help the inmates turn their lives around.

A programmer walks into a coffee shop on his lunch break with his pet, a black Labrador. He comes in with a scowl on his face and a furrowed brow, his expression showing a frustrated yet pensieve look about him. He asks for a plain, black coffee.

The barista compassionately eyed the man fo...

The barista compassionately eyed the man fo...

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What a fine example of an integrated community

Everyone is there, x^2, sinx, cosx.

e^x is sitting in the corner crying. they ask "him why are you crying? Why don't you integrate yourself?"

e^x looks up and says, "It wont make a difference."

e^x is sitting in the corner crying. they ask "him why are you crying? Why don't you integrate yourself?"

e^x looks up and says, "It wont make a difference."

The engineer answers: "we fill a pool to the brim with water, fully immerse the pig, collect the spilled water and measure its weight. The pig will have a volume of 1dm^3 per collected Kg."

The mathematician answers: "we freeze the pig, slice it and integrate the slices' areas to obtain a v...

The mathematician answers: "we freeze the pig, slice it and integrate the slices' areas to obtain a v...

But I teach calculus to international students at my local university, and they all integrate really well.

x and x^2 noticed e^x has been standing in the same corner since they arrived.

x asked "Why don't you go mix in with the crowd?"

e^x replied "Well, no matter how much I integrate it's still the same!"

x asked "Why don't you go mix in with the crowd?"

e^x replied "Well, no matter how much I integrate it's still the same!"

I should have known. All the sines were there. He had a hard time functioning, and he would go off on tangents all the time. Such a shame - he was in his prime, his life was on a great vector. He wanted to write the next 'Matrix'. But now, he can't differentiate between what is real and what is imag...

... 2^x and 3^x notice that their friend e^x is standing alone in a corner looking kinda sad. They decide to approach him and try to convince him to have a little fun with the other Functions, but he refuses.

So 2^x asks him:

"Come on man try to have some fun, integrate!"

To which ...

So 2^x asks him:

"Come on man try to have some fun, integrate!"

To which ...

They don't know how to integrate.

There they saw the exponential function sitting by himself

They poked him, "c'mon man, join the party"

To which he replied, "it's not my fault, eveytime I try to integrate, I just end up with myself"

They poked him, "c'mon man, join the party"

To which he replied, "it's not my fault, eveytime I try to integrate, I just end up with myself"

His choices are a physicist, a mathematician, and an engineer.

His test is simple: Whoever can determine the volume of a red rubber ball will be the new chief advisor, provided his explanation makes sense to the king, and that the king can trust the calculation.

The physicist goes firs...

His test is simple: Whoever can determine the volume of a red rubber ball will be the new chief advisor, provided his explanation makes sense to the king, and that the king can trust the calculation.

The physicist goes firs...

and all the functions are invited. Some of them are radical, at least 1/3 of them are rational, and like all parties, there are a few odd ones talking to their imaginary friends. Amidst all of this revelry, ln(x) is talking to some trig functions, when he sees his friend e^x sulking in a corner.

...

...

"I'll integrate you! I'll differentiate you!"

So everybody gets scared and runs away.

Only one person stays.

The guy comes up to him and says: "Aren't you scared, I'll integrate you, I'll differentiate you!"

And the other guy says: "No, I am not scared, I am e^x."

So everybody gets scared and runs away.

Only one person stays.

The guy comes up to him and says: "Aren't you scared, I'll integrate you, I'll differentiate you!"

And the other guy says: "No, I am not scared, I am e^x."

It is black and white so they won't integrate

A customer asks the owner:

“How do you plan to differentiate from other burger restaurants?”

The owner replies and says:

“I integrate instead.”

“How do you plan to differentiate from other burger restaurants?”

The owner replies and says:

“I integrate instead.”

Moore's law: The complexity of integrated circuits doubles every 24 months.

Campbell's law: The more any quantitative social indicator is used for social decision making, the more subject it will be to corruption pressures and the more apt it will be to distort and corrupt the social processe...

Campbell's law: The more any quantitative social indicator is used for social decision making, the more subject it will be to corruption pressures and the more apt it will be to distort and corrupt the social processe...

You integrate it

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".

...and it's a big party. All of the functions are there, having a great time. Except e^x is off in the corner, all by himself, looking rather glum. So x^2, being the nice guy walks up to e^x and he says "Hey e^x, why don't you integrate yourself into the party?". And e^x hangs his head and says with...

Especially when they heard in Calculus they'd have to integrate.

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