A mathematician, physicist, and engineer
A mathematician, a physicist, and an engineer were each given the same red rubber ball and told to find the volume.
The mathematician carefully measured the diameter and evaluated a triple integral.
The physicist filled a beaker with water, put the ball in the water, and measured the total displacement.
The engineer looked up the model and serial numbers in his red- rubber-ball table.
Three men, a physicist, a engineer and a computer scientist, are travelling in a car.
Suddenly, the car starts to smoke and stops. The three astonished men try to solve the problem:
Physicist says: This is obviously a classic problem of torque.
It has been overloaded the elasticity limit of the main axis.
Engineer says : Let’s be serious! The matter is that it has been burned the spark of the connecting rod to the dynamo of the radiator I can easily repair it by hammering.
Computer scientist says : What if we get off the car, wait a minute, and then get in and try again?