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# Math Jokes

## Sec c Joke

## Addition Jokes

## A few math jokes

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## Lord of the Rings Math

## Pizza Math

## Christmas Math Jokes

## Silly math

## A couple of math jokes

## Look around you maths

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Joke 1: Four friends have been doing really well in their calculus class: they have been getting top grades for their homework and on the midterm. So, when it’s time for the final, they decide not to study on the weekend before, but to drive to another friend’s birthday party in another city – even …

My Life Is Average (MLIA) is a site where you can submit average things that happened to you. Here are some of my favorites: Today, I got the results of a math test. One of the answers was (2, infinity), and on the side I wrote “and beyond!” I got extra credit. MLIA Today, we …

This is too good not to post! Someone made it and posted it on facebook and I saved it to my computer. I can’t seem to find the link to where it was posted though :-(.. and I can’t find any websites that have the image 🙁

A well known math joke is the following: Question: If you have a cylinder with a raduis “z” and a height of “a”, then what is the volume? Answer: pizza Well, someone finally put it into picture format: I’m pretty sure that Jay Fallon created the image above, but I ended up seeing it on …

Q: Why do mathematicians often confuse Christmas and Halloween? A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25. Q: What’s purple, round, and doesn’t get much for Christmas? A finitely presented grape. In a previous post I had a Calculus Christmas Carol, this is the first verse (sung to the tune of “Oh, Christmas Tree”): Oh, Calculus; …

Two silly clips where the math doesn’t add up. The first one claims 13 x 7 = 28. The second one claims 14 x 5 = 25.

Practically every joke has a bar: The number twelve goes into a bar.. and he asks the server for a pint of beer. “Sorry, I can’t serve you,” says the server. “Why the heck not?!” asks the number twelve! “You’re under 18,” replies the server. Another one which may make sense to some mathematicians:– Several …

This British comedy show is hilarious. It’s called “Look Around You” and the second epsidoe is about “Maths”. Check it out on youtube (at least for now): Quote from the show (but you really have to watch it to put it in perspective!!): “Narrator: What’s the largest number you can think of ? Person 1: …