Math Puns are a part of mathematical jokes. They are a form of humor that relies mainly on the aspects of mathematical concepts. A pun, a double meaning of a mathematical phrase, or a layperson’s misunderstanding of a mathematical subject can all provide amusement.
Examples of Math Puns
The following are some examples of math puns:
- Why was the fraction apprehensive about marrying the decimal?
Because he would have to convert.
- Why do plants hate maths?
It gives them square roots.
- Why did the student get upset when his teacher called him average?
It was a mean thing to say!
- Why was the maths book depressed?
It had a lot of problems.
- Why is the obtuse triangle always so frustrated?
Because it is never right.
- Why can you never trust a maths teacher holding graphing paper?
He must be plotting something.
- Why was the equal sign so humble?
Because she knew she wasn’t greater than or less than anyone else.
- Did you hear the one about the statistician? Probably.
- What do you call students who love maths? Algebros.
- I’ll do algebra, I’ll do trig. I’ll even do statistics.
But graphing is where I draw the line!
- Why are parallel lines so tragic if they have so much in common?
It’s a shame they’ll never meet.
- How do you stay warm in any room?
Just huddle in the corner, where it’s always 90 degrees.
- Why is six afraid of seven?
Because seven eight ( “ate”) nine!
- Why does nobody talk to a circle?
Because there is no point.
On a final note…
There are plenty of Math Puns and jokes all around the internet. Take time to explore if you are interested and if you just love the humor. You can use them to make fun of your worst subjects.