(updated 14 Aug 03)

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(Title stolen from practically everyone)

LONDON -- A math professor has devised two algebra formulas which can be used with 94% accuracy in predicting whether newly wed couples will be happy and stay together.

Is he trying to imply that getting married is a "problem"? (Cantw82paint@Aol.com)

Oh great...they TOLD me I would need algebra for my future and I didn't believe them. (Spamalot@earthlink.net)

Yeah, but the local bartender still has that 99% accuracy rate. (ChunkyMonkey@benandjerry.com)

Pretty easy to get 94% accuracy when you say "0." (belushimcc@yahoo.com)

Seems geometry might be more useful here than algebra... (HerzogVon@aol.com)

A) His credit limit + his yearly salary working 80 hours overtime - (2000 * her age) B) Her bra size - (1.5 * her waist size) + her face (rating from one to ten). If either is less than 0, it isn't going to work out. (murdoctor@aol.com)

He found out that divorce usually happens when you cosine a lot. (CaptainCrazee@earthlink.net)

Of course, some sort of Pi will always keep a marriage happy. (Jeriandgeo@aol.com)

But he still can't figure out why that bitch divorced him. (StanYan1@aol.com)

The other 6% is an error due to the split up of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. (Sugarbaybee69@aol.com)

This from the country that still contends there are three sexes. (jdh@ja-ad.com)

Today's winner, Airfarcewon@aol.com, reminds us that from the beginning, couples were commanded to participate in math exercises....you know - the "go forth and multiply" clause:

Build a better spousetrap and the world will beat a math to your door! (Airfarcewon@aol.com)