The Passenger

Art Science and Philosophy
visualizingmath:

allofthemath:

mathed-potatoes:

When people ask me how I can be a math major and still say I’m not good with numbers, I’m like ‘here, let me draw you a picture.’

All so true.

^For those that are considering majoring in math but are deterred by their lack of number skills, there’s definitely more to mathematics than simply numbers. (I’m not dissing stats or number theory or algebra though. Those are cool too!)

visualizingmath:

allofthemath:

mathed-potatoes:

When people ask me how I can be a math major and still say I’m not good with numbers, I’m like ‘here, let me draw you a picture.’

All so true.

^For those that are considering majoring in math but are deterred by their lack of number skills, there’s definitely more to mathematics than simply numbers. (I’m not dissing stats or number theory or algebra though. Those are cool too!)

thievinggenius:

Done by Rob Noseworthy. (in progress)

@robnoseworthy

A way to define natural numbers is by rocks—if you have that number of rocks, you have a natural number.

—Discrete math professor (via mathprofessorquotes)

If we just draw a reflection of this function over the y-axis, well… the graph kinda looks like a monkey.

—Calculus teacher (via mathprofessorquotes)