Q: What do you call thief in mathematics?

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The German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss described mathematics one correctly as the quenn of all sciences. The German philosopher Immanuel Kant once remarked that one can only call a discipline a science as long as there is mathematics in it. Mathematics is the most basic science, because every other science (physics, chemistry, biology, geology, computer science) uses mathematical theorems to answer questions in this science. Mathematics does not depend on any other science. Mathematicians do mathematics for the sake of mathematics. That is why mathematics is the most fundamental science.

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First, we need the entire riddle.Four teachers were walking. One is an English teacher, one is a Hindi teacher, one is a Malayalam teacher, and one was a math teacher. They all suddenly saw a thief. The English teacher shouted "thief.. thief." The hindi teacher shouted "chor.. chor" (chor in hindi means 'thief'). The Malayalam teacher shouted "kalan.. kalan" (kallan in malayalam means 'thief'). What will the maths teacher say or shout?The math teacher would call the thief 420 420.This joke is significant in India due to their laws and pop culture.420 is the slang name given to petty thieves, tricksters, or frauds in the Indian subcontinent. This comes from Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code, which deals with cheating related crimes. It is referenced in the title of the Bollywood movie "Shree 420."

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