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Fun with Geometry Riddles and Jokes
What kind of tree does a math teacher climb?
What do you have to know to get top grades in geometry?
Why was the obtuse angle upset?
What's a polygon?
Who invented the Round Table?
What do you get when you cross geometry with McDonalds?
What do your eyes do when you see a tough geometry problem?
What did the complementary angle say to the isosceles triangle?
Where did Christopher Complementary begin his journey?
How do you catch a Geomotrysaurus Rex?
What anesthetic do you receive when you are getting your teeth pulled by a Geometry teacher?
What did the circle say to the tangent line?
Which triangles are the coldest?
What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter?
What happened to the teacher that was arrested trying to board an airplane with a compass, a protractor and a calculator?
What's the best dessert in the Math Teacher's Caf鿠
How many calories are there in that slice of chocolate pi?
What shape is usually waiting for you at Wendy's?
What do you call an angle which is adorable?
What do you call people who are in favor of tractors?
What do you use to tie up a package?
Why does nobody talk to circles?
Why were the similar triangles weighing themselves?
Why did the 30-60-90 triangle marry the 45-45-90 triangle?
Where do circles, ellipses, hyperbolas and parabolas like to hang out in the summer?
What did the triangle say to the circle?
Why was the scalene triangle sad?
Why is Ms. Radian such a good reporter?
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