According to the majority of my colleagues, there are no good math jokes. Here are my favorites:
Q: What is huge, grey and has integer coefficients?
A: An elephantine equation.
The Bernoulli family walks into a bar. The first one orders a pint, the second orders 2, the third orders 3, etc. ad infinitum. The bartender says, „You guys owe me 1/12 pints.“
A comathematician nverts cotheorems into fee. (I have this one on my coffee mug)
Q: How much money do you have if you can afford to commute?
A: Abelian dollars!
Q: What do you call it when someone hacks into your bank account, steals n dollars, and then deposits n dollars into your bank account?
A: The identity theft.
I never really had a thing for Abel. All his work just seemed too self-centered.
Q: What is a good anagram for Banach-Tarski?
A: Banach-Tarski Banach-Tarski.
Q: What kind of maps should you take with you on car trips?
Do good math jokes exist? Under the axiom of choice, sure. But it’s not possible to find an explicit example.
Q: What does a drowning analytic number theorist say?
A: log log log log log.