1. In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing. – Mignon McLaughlin
2. I’ll love him till the last digit of pi.
3. The derivative for my love for you is 0, because my love for you is constant.
4. Our love is like mathematics. It adds happiness, reduces problems, multiplies fun, and divides tension.
5. Mathematics may not teach us how to add love or how to minus hate. But it gives every reason to hope that every problem has a solution.
6. Math is like love — a simple idea but it can get complicated.
7. What is love?
8. Love is similar to those undefined terms in mathematics.
9. The only reason I don’t know more about love is because there just isn’t more to know. In fact, I’ve reduced love to a mathematical formula: Hdgk(X)=H2k(X,Q)∩Hk,k(X). Actually, that’s not right. That’s the statement piece of the Hodge conjecture, but I’m sure you already knew that. ― Jarod Kintz
10. The best way to be appreciative for your life is to live it; don’t die for any other reason but love. Dreams are what guide us, art is what defines us, math is what makes it all possible, and love is what lights our way.” – Mike Norton