Mathematics Humor

This page gives mathematics jokes and humor created or collected by
Myron Hlynka, Dept. of Math. & Stat., University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
Last update: December 6, 2012 (Mathematicians can't count!)
The URL of this page is
Corrections and additional information are welcome.

Math Jokes.

Tim Trayner: "Now I am sorry that I suggested that you prepare puns for Neil Wigley's retirement dinner."
Kirk Roy: "Those "jokes" were really bad."
Wayne Horn: "I find these jokes a travesty to humor."
Dan Britten: "It's all lies. Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, and Statistics."
Sudhir Paul: "How about some statistics jokes? I want equal time."
Karen Fung: "The one about the Chinese Remainder Theorem was bad. The rest were at a lower level."
Richard Caron: "How are we supposed to recruit students to study Math & Stat at the University of Windsor if they see this web page?"
Adam Byrne, Computer Engineer, University of New Brunswick: Heh, your page is so corny, you make engineers look cool.
For some queueing theory humor, visit
Myron Hlynka's Queueing Humor page.
For a nice collection of links to math humor, take a look at Andrej and Elena Cherkaev's webpage

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Myron Hlynka.