Hey there, mathematician-in-the-making!
Are numbers and equations a constant source of fascination and amusement for you?
Well, get ready to flex those mental muscles and release a few chuckles because we’ve gathered not 10, not 50+, but 50+ hilarious jokes about math that will make even the most serious of academics crack a smile.
From puns that will have you groaning (in a good way) to clever one-liners that will make you feel like a genius, this collection has it all.
So, grab your calculator and get ready to laugh your way through these rib-tickling mathematical marvels!
Jokes About Math
Why do mathematicians love parks? Because of all the natural logs!
What did one math book say to the other math book? I’ve got problems!
Why did the math book look so sad? It had too many problems.
What’s the top-rated math rock band? AC/√-DC.
Why did the math teacher break up with the history teacher? They had too many divisions.
Why can’t a bicycle stand up by itself? Because it’s two-tired!
Why was the math book sad before the weekend? Because it had too much homework.
Why was the math teacher always happy? Because she could count her blessings.
Why did the math teacher go to the beach? To find some sine and cosine!
Why was the math book sad? Because it had too many integers!
What do you get when you cross a math teacher and a clock? Time tables!
What did the decimal say to the whole number? You think you’re integer than me?
Why did the math teacher name her newborn baby Delta? Because it was a change in her life.
Why don’t math majors like pie? Because they’re always talking about pi.
What do you call a number that can’t keep still? A twitch digit!
Why did the math book go on a diet? To subtract its excess weight.
Why did the math teacher send her students outside during a math lesson? She wanted them to learn about degrees.
Why did the math teacher assign a crossword puzzle as homework? To get the students to solve for x.
Why was the math teacher’s pen so emotional? It was always parting ways with its fraction!
What do you tell a sad calculator? You can count on me.
Why don’t mathematicians go to the beach? Because they have sine allergies!
Why did the math book look so sad? Because it had too many problems.
What do you get when you cross an elephant and a banana? A huge pile of bananas or a really confused elephant.
What’s the difference between an English teacher and a math teacher? English teachers help you express yourself, math teachers help you solve yourself.
Why can’t a bicycle stand up by itself? It’s two-tired.
What do you get when you cross a math teacher and a clock? Time tables.
What do you call an angle that has been beat up? A square.
Why did the math teacher ask her students to count in odd numbers only? Because she wanted to find out who was even.
What did the math book say to the history book? I don’t understand your story, but it all adds up to me.
Why do mathematicians hate the number seven? Because seven eight nine.
Why don’t mathematicians like to swim? Because it’s too hard to keep their square roots dry.
Why did the math teacher divide his class into three groups? Because he wanted to see who was radical.
How do you make a math teacher angry? You subtract her/him.
Why do math teachers love geometry? Because they have an acute sense of humor.
What do you call a math teacher who’s good at multiplication? Multiply-talented.
What is a math teacher’s favourite season? Sum-mer.
Why don’t math teachers tell jokes? Because they always get polynomial.
Why was six afraid of seven? Because seven eight nine, but six is too squared to be afraid.
Why couldn’t the bicycle take its math test? Because it was too tired.
Why did the math teacher retire? Because he/she had too many problems to solve.
Why was the math book sad? Because it had too many problems.
What is a math teacher’s favorite dessert? Pi.
Why did the math teacher go on a diet? She wanted to reduce her weight to a lower degree.
Why should you never argue with a decimal? Because decimals always have a point.
What did the triangle say to the circle? “You’re pointless.”
Why did the math teacher break-up with her boyfriend? He said she was too obtuse.
Why was the math book sad after a long day? It needed a little tangent.
What did the calculator say to the pencil? “You’re pointless without me.”
Why did the math teacher carry a calculator with him at all times? In case of emergencies, like having a square root emergency.
What do you get when you cross a math teacher and a clock? A lesson in time tables.
Why did the math teacher assign fractions for homework? He wanted to divide and conquer.
Why did the math textbook go to the doctor? It had too many problems.
What’s the difference between a math teacher and a train? One’s constantly subtracting, the other’s constantly moving.
Why was the geometry book so confident? Because it knew all the angles.
Why did the math teacher need to take a geometry class? She needed to get a slice of the pie.
What do you call people who love math? Addict-1s.
Why do math teachers always carry a ruler? To maintain order.
What’s the best way to solve a math problem? Divide and conquer.
What do you get when you cross a math teacher and a spider? A calculator web.
Why did the math teacher love his ruler? It was his right-hand man.
Up to You!
Well, there you have it, math genius!
You made it through all 50+ jokes about math, and let’s hope you didn’t divide by zero along the way.
You’re probably feeling pretty squared away right now, but don’t be a negative Nancy and keep these jokes to yourself!
Share them with all your friends and multiply the laughter in your life.
And always remember, math puns are the sine of a great sense of humor!
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