Reader's Digest International - - Drama In Real Life -

The prob­lem with math puns is that cal­cu­lus jokes are de­riv­a­tive, trig jokes are too graphic, and al­ge­bra jokes are for­mu­laic. But these jokes are guar­an­teed to mul­ti­ply your en­joy­ment.

What do you get when you take a bovine and di­vide its cir­cum­fer­ence by its di­am­e­ter?

A cow pi.

Why don’t cal­cu­lus ma­jors throw house par­ties?

Be­cause you should never drink and de­rive.

What do you call a num­ber that can’t keep still?

A roamin’ nu­meral.

Did you hear about the statis­ti­cian who drowned cross­ing a river?

It was three feet deep, on av­er­age.

Old math­e­ma­ti­cians never die.

They just lose some of their func­tions.

Why do teenagers travel in groups of three?

Be­cause they can’t even!

Why should you never men­tion the num­ber 288?

It’s two gross.

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