**These math puns will have you multiplying with laughter.**

Math might not be everyone’s favorite subject, but it does have a way of sneaking into our everyday lives. Whether we’re calculating the tip at a restaurant or figuring out how long it’ll take to reach our destination, math is involved.

While numbers and equations can sometimes seem intimidating, (math was never my best subject)…they can also be a source of entertainment.

In this post, I’ve gathered the best math puns and jokes that put a fun twist on arithmetic!

Whether you’re a seasoned mathematician, a math teacher, or someone who’s still trying to figure out what X stands for, I hope these math puns and jokes will add a little light-hearted humor to your day.

So, get ready to subtract the stress, multiply the laughter, and add a bit of fun to your math experience!

## Funny Math Puns & Jokes

- Parallel lines have so much in common. It’s a shame they’ll never meet.

- Geometry teachers are so acute because they always have a point.

- Have you read the book on anti-gravity? It is impossible to put down.

- Why did the equations side with the decimals? Because the decimals have a point.

- Why did the two fours skip lunch? They already eight.

- The sum of my relationship with math. It’s complicated.

- Are monsters good at math? Not unless you count Dracula.

- What is a mathematician’s favorite dessert? Pi.

- Why is the equal sign always so humble? It knows that it’s not greater than or less than anyone else.

- The difference between a numerator and a denominator is a short line—but it’s a division that keeps them apart.

- What did the circle ask the square? Why are you so edgy?

- Math teachers have too many problems, and most of them are on their students’ homework.

- Never argue with 90 degree angle. It’s always right.

- A circle is just a round square with no edges.

- Without geometry, life is pointless.

- Math is the only place where someone can buy 74 watermelons and nobody wonders why.

- The worst part about math? There’s too many variables.

- Why did the math book go to therapy? It was filled with problems.

- How do you solve a fraction’s problems? Find a common denominator.

- Math teachers have the best angles on life.

- Why did the fraction decide to breakup with pi? Because pi is irrational.

- You can always trust numbers, they don’t lie.

- My favorite part of math class? When it’s over.

- The math teacher told her class they were average, but she was just being mean.

- Why did the obtuse angle feel left out? It was never right.

- Why was the mathematician confused? Things just weren’t adding up.

- What’s the difference between a numerator and a denominator? A fine line.

- Why was the fraction worried about marrying the decimal? Because he would have to convert.

- Why do plants hate math? Because it gives them square roots.

- Why don’t mathematicians argue with numbers? Because they always have a point.

- How do you make seven even? Remove the S.

- What is a math teacher’s favorite type of snake? Pi-thon.

- What did the triangle say to the circle? You’re pointless.

- Parallel lines have so much in common…it’s a shame they’ll never meet.

- Why was the geometry book so confident? It knew it had all the angles.

- What’s a mathematician’s favorite place to vacation? Times Square.

- What’s the best angle to approach any problem? The try-angle.

- Why does the math teach trust her calculator? She knows she can always count on it.

- What do you have that you can always count on? Your fingers.

- Why should you avoid talking to circles? There’s never any point.

- What do you call a number that is always on the move? A raomin’ numeral.

- Why should you avoid arguing with a 90 degree angle? It’s always right.

- What is a math teacher’s favorite TV show? Magnum P.I.

- What did the math teacher say to his girlfriend? You’re such acute-y!

- Why is talking to Pi so exhausting? It goes on and on forever.

- Why did the mathematician have a tummy ache? He ate too much apple pi.

- What type of math does an english teacher teach? Add-verbs and add-jectives.

- Why was no one confident in the statisticians answer? He was always answering “probably”.

- Never argue with a decimal. They always have a point.

- Why was the circle sad? It was pointless.

- Why was the calculator sad? It had too many problems.

- What does a math teacher find odd? Numbers that can’t be divided by two.

- What season is a mathematician’s favorite? Sum-mer.

- Why can you never trust someone using graph paper? They are plotting something.

- Why did the fraction decide not to marry the decimal? He didn’t want to have to convert.

- What is a mathematician’s favorite movie? Monty Pi-thon.

- Why is arguing with pi a waste of time? It’s always irrational.

- What did the math teacher avoid to feel happier? Negative numbers.

- Why are statisticians always able to stay calm in arguments? They know how to handle the mean.

- What is a robin’s favorite type of math? Owl-gebra.

- Why was the fraction frustrated with the circle? It was being square.

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## Final Thoughts on Math Puns and Math Jokes

Math may be known for its precision and logic, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun too.

I find that adding a little humor to situations can sometimes make them easier.

So, the next time you’re faced with a tough math problem, remember that a little pun can go a long way.

Because both math and laughter have the power to add up to sum-thing great. 😉

I hope you’ve enjoyed these math puns!

Are there any you think I should add to the list? Let me know.

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