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For me it's the quadratic formula.

-b ± √b^2 - 4ac
2a
9+10=21
11+1=100
sin(gerine)/cos(gerine)= tan(gerine)
√-1 2³ Σ π

and it was delicious
dr-carlos wrote:
√-1 2³ Σ π

and it was delicious

nice simpsons reference
See my signature. It's TOTALLY original. (pi * z² * a = pizza)
Michael2_3B wrote:
11+1=100
There are 10 types of people...

TheLastMillennial wrote:
9+10=21
Similar joke, but quite a bit more subtle imho. Took me marginally longer to determine the base.
My favorite is x³+1=√(4x−3)+√(2x−1)
hectormonroe wrote:
My favorite is x³+1=√(4x−3)+√(2x−1)

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credit to u/unununium on reddit.
I'm surprised nobody's nominated cDonald's Theorem yet, though that's probably because we're still waiting for someone to find a name for the unusual curve it plots.

The quintic formula
Tupper's self-referential formula is a favorite of mine.
Euler's pentagonal number theorem is a beauty.
i = (Σ x σ x ς)^2 x α✉
I am SIGMA times Sigma times sigma to the power of 2 and alpha male
V = 4/3 π r³
Also, absolutely any integral -- I just love the idea of finding the area of a space under a graph. That was my favorite part of Calculus
0+0=0
0+1=1
1+1=2
1+ -1=0

I can do quite a bit with just those.
1+1=A window

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Edit: Can't align the top line

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