Where do Math teachers go on New Year's Eve?

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Times Square.

Sum go there, sum do not. They get divided and honestly, that doesn’t make much difference…

The joke “Where do Math teachers go on New Year’s Eve? Times Square” is a play on words linking a mathematical concept with a famous location. “Times Square” is a well-known public square in New York City, famous for its New Year’s Eve celebrations and the iconic ball drop. The humor in this joke comes from the double meaning of “times” – in one sense, it refers to the location, Times Square. In another sense, “times” is a term used in mathematics for multiplication.

To a function.

A countdown party.

They usually take the rhombus and get lost…

Purgatory