Or possible "I" ate some pie...I think I put too much thought into the implications of the square root of -1, which comes up in theological debates. Anyways...

Tried to solve it but it made no sense to me :-p I thought the Greek symbol was "sigma"...? 2x2x2 is eight, that`s simple - everyone knows the pi symbol TOO, but "eight (ATE)sigma pi"? And the square root of minus one... is that valid?

Couldn`t figure it out. The problem with math nerds is that we have seen really advance mathematics so we immediately begin thinking from the top. We have to remind ourselves to "keep it simple stupid".

The -1 in the square root? That equals, `i,` an imaginary number ("I"). I believe 2^3 equals `8` ("Ate"), E = epsilon but I`m not sure how that fits in here (again, not resorting to google) and "Pi" - obviously. So I think he ate himself some Pie! Anyone who can tell me where the E fits in?

- I feel like I`m missing out on a good joke--any math geeks about to decipher this t-shirt?
i 8 sigma(sum of) pi

....and it was good.

the square root of -1 is "i", 8 is ate, the sigma is the notation for summation, and pi is pie.

âˆš-1 = i

2^3 = 8

âˆ‘ = sum

Ï€ = pi

So, "I ate some pie".

I ate some pie

square root of one, 2 to the power of three, Sum, Pi

nevermind me.

The shirt really says " Forever a Virgin "

sqrt(-1) is `i` in maths

2^3 is 8

last symbol is pi

i ate sum pi

8 : { pi, e } -> (0,0,0,0)

But only on my reference frame

Only found "some pie"

Congrats to those who found the whole sentence

Root -1 is imaginary. I.

2^3 is 8. Ate.

Sigma is "sum". Some.

Pi. Pie.

2 ^3 = 8 "ate"

E, epsilon = sum "some"

pi symbol = "pie"

Now write 3.14 backwards and be amazed.

I ate some pie

And to the people below me, that`s a SIGMA, not an Epsilon!

...and it was good lol.