Do you have a date this Valentine’s day? Is your date a math major, math nerd, or mathematician? If yes is your answer to these questions, you might want to try the pick up lines below. This will probably make her laugh*. *😀

A word of warning though: If your date didn’t laugh when you tried one, that could be your last date with her. Happy Valentines! Enjoy!

- My love for you is like an increasing function: it grows, grows, and grows.
- You’re like a student and I am like a math book. You solve all my problems.
- My love for you is a monotonically increasing unbounded function.
- How can I know so many hundreds of digits of pi and not the digits of your phone number?
- My love is like an exponential curve. It’s unbounded
- My love for you is like a fractal – it goes on forever.
- Our love is like dividing by zero…. you cannot define it
- I am equivalent to the Empty Set when you are not with me.
- You must have been a square in a past life, cause you’ve got all the right angles?
- You fascinate me more than the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
- Your beauty defies real AND complex analysis.
- You and I add up better than a Riemann sum.
- Your name is Leslie? Look, I can spell your name on my calculator!
- You + Me = The number of sides in a Mobius Strip
- In Euclidean geometry two parallel lines never touch … let’s go back to my place and study some non-Euclidean geometry.

Source: Jokes For Us, SparkNotes, Pickup Lines Galore, Math Fail

“My love for you is like a concave up function because it is always increasing.”

doesn’t really work. Concave up functions can also be decreasing, like y = 1/x for x > 0.

How about “My love for you is like an increasing function: it grows and grows.” ?

Haha, you’re right Betty. I didn’t bother to check the pickup lines. I changed it already.

Nice lines, but watch out: The line with the division could be tricky, because it’s always an ERROR

I am equivalent to the Empty Set when you are not with me.

Babe I’ll be sine

you be cosine

lets find tangent

Hey girl, you must be asking me to evaluate the area under a curve for an unbounded region of x, because my integral’s not the only thing that wants to get improper.

Hey baby, hopefully you don’t think I am being obtuse, but you sure are acute. I bet if we got together it would be pretty complementary.

Hey girl are you 1/x because you’re the rate of change of my natural log.