Even during prehistoric times, our ancestors had a general, abstract sense of math, like knowing the difference between one animal and a herd of seven.

The earliest evidence of math is found in bones, which were carved with straight lines for counting and tallying.^{[1]}

Today, basic math is essential for daily activities like paying bills, taking stock of the pantry, arriving at places on time, filing taxes, and receiving paychecks.

For some people, math is much more critical to their day-to-day lives and work, like those in finance, statistics, data science, and engineering.^{[2]}^{[3]}

Math-related team and group chat names can be fun or serious.

If you don’t find a math group name from our list that fits your group, see our tips below the list to create your own.

- Common Factors
- The Equations
- Ascending Alliance
- Common Multiples
- We’re Even
- The Limit Does Not Exist
^{[4]} - We’re Odd
- Greater Than Zero
- A Fraction Ahead
^{[5]} - Less Than Zero
- The Calc-oholics
^{[6]} - The Denominators
- Live Free or Pi Hard
- Math Pi-rates
^{[7]} - Fraction Force
- The X-ecutors
^{[6]} - Numerator Nation
- Pi Are Squared
^{[5]} - Descending, Inc.
- Pi-oneers
^{[4]} - Negative Numbers
- The Exponents
^{[8]} - Multiplication Matrix
- We Like Pi
^{[8]} - Accuracy Allstars
- Calculus Clan
- Algebros
^{[4]} - In the Curve
- The Order of Operations
^{[6]} - The Critical Values
- Double Root Disciples
- Sine of the Times
^{[4]} - Exponent Guild
- Interior Angles
- The Pi-thons
^{[4]} - The Integers
- Linear Legacy
- Seven Sines:
^{[5]}using “sines” in place of “sins” - Midpoint Matrix
- Odd Number Order
- Trig Troupe
^{[7]} - Quotient Rules
- Ratio Riders
- The Fractionaters
^{[8]} - The Remainders
- Rhombus Rebels
- Root to Success
^{[6]} - Infinity, Inc.
- Number Ninjas
^{[4]} - Clockwise Circle
- Solution Society
- Ratio Union
- Solve for X
^{[5]} - Subset Association
- Trigonometry Tribe
- Divide and Conquer
^{[4]} - Zero Slope Gang
- Triple Root Patrol
- Wavelength Warriors
- Three Mathsketeers
^{[5]} - Vertex Fellowship
- Three Dimensions
- Parallel Planes
- Mathmagicians
^{[5]} - The Numbers
- Feed Us Pi
^{[4]} - Obtuse Angles
- Partial Sums Society
- Linear Combinations
- The Theorems
- Symmetric Properties
- Team Times
- Trapezoids Rule
- Astute Acutes
^{[4]} - Subtraction Squad
- The Graph Gang
- Brilliant Brains
- What’s Your Sine?
^{[5]} - The Rational Numbers
- Spatial Thinkers
- Numerical Nation
- The Challengers
- So Obtuse
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## How to Create a Great Math Team Name

Use the following tips to create your own great math-related team or group name:

**Start with math terms.**Math is a wide-ranging subject of study, meaning that there are many common and unique math terms available. An internet search for “math terms” or “math terminology” will give you access to a variety of lists you can peruse to find an excellent math team name. Use the term on its own or add a descriptive word (like “gang” or “brigade”) to it to make the perfect name for your team.**Think about your group members.**While using math-related terminology is probably the easiest way to come up with an appropriate name, you can get inspiration from the group itself, too. Consider your team members and words that you’d use to describe them individually or collectively. Again, a single word may work, or a short phrase may be more to your liking.**Name your group after your favorite type of math problem.**Find unique ways to describe your favorite type of mathematical problem (or, alternatively, your least favorite). Add some alliteration or humor to your math team name to keep it fun — for example, our list’s suggestion of “Subtraction Squad.”