Double Post...but ehh

50 Best Pick Up Lines for Math Chicks

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>1. I'm not being obtuse but you're acute girl.

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>2. I'll love you from here to infinity.

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>3. I won't stop bugging you until I get the address of your home

>page.

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>4. You've got the curves, I've got the angles.

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>5. Honey, you're sweeter than 3.14.

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>6. You fascinate me more than the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

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>7. My love for you is like the slope of a concave up function

>because it is always increasing

>8. You and I would add up better than a Riemann sum.

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>9. Isn't your e-mail address

beautifulgirl@mydreams.com ?

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>10. Are you a differentiable function? Because I'd like to be

>tangent to your curves!

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>11. Wanna come back to my room and see my copy of Euclid's

>"Elements"?

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>12. I am equivalent to the Empty Set when you are not with me.

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>13. being without you is like being a metric space in which exists a

>cauchy sequence that does not converge

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>14. can i explore your mean value?

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>15. Since distance equals velocity x time, let's let velocity and

>time approach infinity, because I

>want to go all the way with you.

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>16. i = Ã˜ when i am not with you

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>17. my love for you is a monotonically increasing unbounded function

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>18. You are the solution to my homogeneous system of linear

>equations.

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>19. What's your favorite linear transformation?

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>20. Your beauty defies real and complex analysis.

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>21. i wish i were a derivative so i could lie tangent to your

>curves.

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>22. i'll take you to the limit as x approaches infinity.

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>23. Come on baby, let's off to a decimal place i know of and i'll

>take you to the limit.

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>24. let's take each other to the limit to see if we converge

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>25. let me integrate our curves so that i can increase our volume

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>26. if i were a function you would be my asymptote - i always go

>towards you.

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>27. your beauty cannot be spanned by a finite basis of vectors.

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>28. my love is like an exponential curve. it's unbounded

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>29. my love for you is like a fractal - it goes on forever.

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>30. you've got more curves than a triple integral

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>31. i wish i was your problem set, because then i'd be really hard,

>and you'd be doing me on the desk.

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>32. int[2x,x,10,13]?

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>33. Euclid said that two parallel planes don't touch. Let's go back

>to my room and study some non-Euclidean geometry.

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>34. Why don't you be the numerator and I be the denominator and both

>of us reduce to simplest form?

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>35. Huygens' favorite curves were cycloids, but my favorite curves

>are yours.

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>36. I don't care what Godel's Incompleteness Theorem says, because I

>know that you complete me.

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>37. Much of our shared knowledge was discovered in the East before

>being brought to the Western world: the number zero, Arabic

>numerals, the quadratic formula, the Kama Sutra.

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>38. How can I know so many hundreds of digits of pi and not the

>digits of your phone number?

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>39. I don't like my current girlfriend. Mind if I do a

>you-substitution?

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>40. Your face has perfect reflective symmetry

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>41. Why can't love be a one to one function? Then our relationship

>could be injective.

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>42. I would really like to bisect your angle.

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>43. Are you the square root of 2? Because I feel irrational when I

>am around you.

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>44. In game theory I study situations in which both players can win.

>You want to be a part of one?

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>45. I can figure out the square root of any number in less than 10

>seconds. What? You don't believe me? Well, then, let's try it with

>your phone number.

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>46. Meeting you is like a switch to polar coordinates: complex and

>imaginary things are given a magnitude and a direction.

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>47. Ever wonder what L'Hopital's rule has to say about limits in the

>form of me over you?

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>48. If you don't want to go all the way, you can still partially

>derive me.

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>49. You are a 9.999. Well, you'd be a perfect 10 if you were

>with me.

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>50. You're good at mathematics, right? Would you say 69 was a

>perfect square?

Sapere Aude.