Teacher: Why are you doing your multiplication on the floor? Student: You told me not to use tables.
Math is like love; a simple idea, but it can get complicated.
What do mathematicians do after a snowstorm? Make snow angles!
Student One: I saw my math teacher with a piece of graph paper yesterday. Student Two: She must be plotting something.
Which numbers just won’t sit still? Roamin’ numbers
I’ll do algebra, I’ll do trig, I’ll even do statistics. But graphing is where I draw the line!
What’s purple and commutes? An Abelian grape.
God is real, unless proclaimed integer.
A statistics professor and a math professor worked together on a cookbook. They called it “Pi A La Mode”.
What is brown, furry, runs to the sea, and is equivalent to the Axiom of Choice? Zorn’s lemming or the Well-Ottering principle. They’re equivalent in the ZF Sea.
You know what seems odd to me? Numbers that can’t be divided by two.
Why is 69 so scared of 70? Because once they fought, and 71.
Why couldn’t the angle get a loan? Its parents wouldn’t cosine.
Algebra can make you a better dancer. Do you know why? Because you can use an algo-rhythm.
Philosophy is a game with objectives and no rules. Mathematics is a game with rules and no objectives.
Which tool is best for math? The multi-pliers.
Which big cat is good at linearly approximating a differentiable function? A tangent lion or a straight lion
Why is statistics never anyone’s favorite subject? It’s just average.
What couldn’t the Möbius strip enroll at Caltech? Because we require freshman orientation
Why do nurses use 1-to-1 functions so much? Injections.
Why was six afraid of seven? Because seven, eight, nine!
What shape do you always have to be careful of? A trap-azoid!
Why was algebra so easy for the Romans? X was always 10!
Q: What will a logician choose: a half of an egg or eternal bliss in the afterlife? A: A half of an egg! Because nothing is better than eternal bliss in the afterlife, and a half of an egg is better than nothing.
Which civilization was best at algebra? The Romans. For them, X was always 10.