So I was pondering this morning? Can there be another interger
other than one already existing that multiplies by another interger
to give the same product. In other wrods, can the equation

Feel free to tell me how stupid I am in the comments below! :)
--Slow Reader (talk) 16:52, April 14, 2015 (UTC)

For me it's been every time I've completely proved someone wrong
in an argument by implementing maths to justify my point. Not a lot
of people understand maths to a high to degree so when I use it in
an argument it tends to reult in my success. For instance, someone
was being a bit christimiatic (hatred of christians) to me and was
saying ti's impossible God made everything in the universe. In
response I gave him a long mathematical rant of how the probability
that this universe exists is so low it may as well be zreo.

What about you? Have you ever owned someone with maths? Have you
used it to pull of the most awesome trick? Do you just think it's
simply good for finding elegant and beutiful solutions to problems
on paper? Post below! :)