What did the mathematician get when he solved a probability equation?
A mathematician was trying to cross a river. He had six kids with him before crossing, but only five after. What happened?
He forgot to carry the one.
Why did the mathematician quit being a detective?
He ran across an ambiguous case.
Why did the math empire fall?
Too much division.
How do you settle an argument between a lumberjack and a beaver?
Refer to the log laws.
What’s a math loving beaver’s favorite type of music?
Our lives are like the forces within an accelerating frame of reference: they don’t add up.
Life is like the law of conservation of linear momentum: you get back what you put in.