by Tokyo Chan
Are you looking for some funny math puns to share in your classroom with your kids? Check out these super cute (and super funny) math jokes and share some math humor with your kids today.
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Because she’ll go on and on and on forever.
Because they can’t even.
She’s definitely plotting something.
A roamin’ numeral.
Because they’ll never meet.
Not unless you Count Dracula.
Because they’re never right.
Use acute angle.
He’ll stop at nothing to avoid them.
They tend to just lose some of their functions.
She’s a perfect 10, but purely imaginary.
Just huddle in the corner, where it’s always 90 degrees.
A la mode. Anything else is mean.
But when he rounded them up, he had 300.
It was three feet deep on average.
Because they know firsthand that it’s a bad idea to drive.
To get to the same side.
Because of all the natural logs.
Just use imaginary numbers.
The professor kept going off on a tangent.
Because it gives them square roots.
They’re literally filled with problems.
Because you can use algo-rhythm.
On a multiplication table.
Just take an x-y plane or a rhom’bus.
Just remove the “s.”
In bar graphs.
You’ve got an ex, and you’re trying to figure out why.
They both want you to tell them Y.
It’s straight forward
That’s why my x is no longer in the equation
have you ever looked at your x and wondered y?
I’ve come to terms with that
Only a Sith deals in absolutes
“Well you won’t, but one of the smart kids might” he replied cheerfully
X is always equal to 10.
She’s not coming back
I didn’t enjoy the aftermath.
But graphing is where I draw the line!
He didn’t believe in higher powers.
He was caught doing lines of math!
About Tokyo Chan
Tokyo Chan is a creative writer who enjoys writing captions for Instagram and inspiration quotes. She received her bachelor of art degree in English from San Jose State University, California. Tokyo aspires to be a published author and motivational speaker. She loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and exploring new cultures.