Why are square roots never sad?

Because they're always positive.

I just joined a gang called square root 2

Because I'm irrational

My girlfriend is like the square root of -100

A huge 10, but also imaginary

My best friend told me he was planning on naming his son "Square Root of 2".

Luckily his wife managed to convince him that would be completely irrational.

What's the square root of 69

8 something

I asked my German friend if he knew the square root of 81.

He said no.

Holding a gun to his teacher, the student demanded, "Tell me the square root of -2!"

The teacher begged, "Please, let's be rational here."

If the square root of - 1 = i What would the square root of negative Uno be?

i i i (ay ay ay!)

What's the square root of optimus prime?

I'm not sure, but it's more than meets the eye.

What do you get when you square root a Muslim?

Radical Islam.

The square root of -1 walks into a bar.

The bartender looks on, amazed, and says "This is unreal."

Two square roots of nine go into a bedroom...

Together, they have six.

The square root of -1 is like an original post on r/Jokes.

It doesn't exist.

Square Root of Negative One and Pie.

The square root of negative one and Pi are having an argument. After a lengthy discussion the square root of negative one says: 'Will you just be rational?' To that pie replies: 'Get real.'

Today my math teacher taught us how to square root -1

It was unreal

Girls and square roots have one thing in common...

If they are under 13, do 'em in your head.

So the speed of light, e, and the square root of (-1) walk into a bar...

So the speed of light, *e*, and (-1)^1/2 walk into a bar. The speed of light heads over to the bartender and gets his drink pretty quickly, as he's wont to do. Then (-1)^1/2 goes and orders his drink, and *e* just flips out on him. The square root of -1 asks *e* what's wrong, and he says, "I came in...

So the square root of -1 is performing in a Broadway show

Suddenly, an audience member stands up and shouts "I'm sure everyone will agree that i could replace you!"

What happened to the plant on the windowsill of the math classroom?

It grew square roots!

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