For “one in a million,” it works during fights, too. When I’m mad at my wife, I tell her she’s one in a million… which means there are 7,000 just like her, and she is easily replaceable. When I’m not mad at her, which is usually the case, I’m the probabilist above and pick a larger N.

You’ve just solved the mathematicians valentines question!

It as a fun read ๐๐

Econometrician: I don’t care about the reality of you, I’m in love with a model… ๐

Enjoyed reading…!

its hilarious!!

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For any e>0 there exists an N>0 such than m,n> N ==> |a_n-a_m|<e, that would be Cauchy.

Also analyst: You make all my Cauchy sequences converge.

(Heard at a math poetry reading at the 2013 JMMs)

Which means: You make me complete! ๐

haha good one(s)

Very cute. Thanks!

This is great! Thanks! Reblogging ๐

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For all of you who love a numbers person, here are your Valentines โค

ps – yes, I majored in one of these fields, and worked on a masters in another one of them, so this struck all of my funny bones ๐

this is one is lit! hahaha

This was so lovely! I’m absolutely going to share this with my Calculus class on Valentine’s day!

That post gave me diabetes.

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gedanken zum #Valentinstag

Very good!

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Happy Valentines Day!

Great !

Amazing!

Superb !

Salute Ben for your creative work. I loved it.

Cute โค

Lovely!! It’s what math exatly means, not only in textbooks.

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For “one in a million,” it works during fights, too. When I’m mad at my wife, I tell her she’s one in a million… which means there are 7,000 just like her, and she is easily replaceable. When I’m not mad at her, which is usually the case, I’m the probabilist above and pick a larger N.

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Is this a bad time to mention the gender ratio in the typical math department?