I found this at joe-ks.com. The title there is “Mennonite longhand math,” but can anybody identify the source or context? Can anybody work out the equation on the board?

I’ve convinced my friend Will, who teaches math and physics, to pose for a shot like this, but that means we’ll have find and fill a huge chalkboard…and he’ll have to grow his beard back.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh…..shut up

im in statistics and im in ninth grade

Czech Republic, Pilsen, Westbohemian University, Department of Mathematics, RNDr. JiÅ™Ã ÄŒÃÅ¾ek, CSc.

It’s the first semester at the West Bohemian University in Pilsen, Czech republic. The blackboard content is related to a basic mathematical analysis course. The guy in front of the blackboard is well known for his way of writing. In his free time he derives mathematical formulas between lines in newspapers. You can contact via this webpage

E=mc2

Hardest math equation ever

if”n”is a whole number that is more than 3.

The value of”x,y,z”in the equation

“x^n+y^n=z^n”will not be a whole number.

write an equation to prove it.

ive seen harder. lol

That looks allot like writing, not maths. Just a little maths though.

0101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001010101110101000010101011101010000101010111010100001!!!! haha fuck you all

Try math at the academy, suckas.

I can actually read that text, it’s in Czech ! Bohemia rules. Wouldn’t you wish to have a professor like that here at USC ?

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Anyone able to identify the guy? Might it be RNDr. Josef Voldrich, CSc? Forward links/info to bunkstrutts@verizon.net.