# Math Riddles: 5 Tough But Fun Math Questions With Answers

These math riddles are designed to test your overall arithmetic skills and logic. Are you ready to solve them?
Math Riddles: 5 Tough But Fun Math Questions With Answers

Not everyone is a big fan of math or math riddles. But the people who are, know that solving math riddles is a great way to practice your problem-solving skills and get some much-needed mental exercise.

Studies have shown that solving math problems is an efficient way to test your brain power and improve your analytical skills, as solving these problems requires a combination of logic, creativity, and strategy.

Why are we here if not to help you? This is why we have another set of math riddles waiting for you.

Are you ready to solve them?

We hope you are.

Let’s start!

## 5 Tough But Fun Math Riddles.

#### Math Riddle #1

Solve: 3^(4)÷3^(2)

#### Math Riddle #2

There are 49 dogs signed up for a dog show. There are 36 more small dogs than large dogs. How many small dogs have signed up to compete?

#### Math Riddle #3

Which three numbers, when added together or multiplied, have the same answer?

Solve: 1.92÷3

#### Math Riddle #5

A man is climbing an inclining mountain. To get to the mountain's summit, he must trek 100 kilometers. He moves forward 2 km each day while climbing. He then rests there at night after becoming exhausted. He falls 1 km backward while sleeping at night due to the mountain's slope. How long does it take him to climb the mountain, then?

If you are good at math, you can solve these riddles easily, but if math is not your strength then you will have to work hard to figure out the answers.

If you find this too easy, then we are turning this math riddle into a challenge for you.

You have to solve each question in 10 seconds or less.

All the best!

#### Math Riddle #1

The question was given in a standardized test for New York in 2014. The question simplifies to 32 which is 9.

#### Math Riddle #2

36 must be subtracted from 49 to determine how many little dogs are competing. Then, divide the result, 13, by 2 to determine how many big dogs are competing, which equals 6.5. The number of small dogs participating can be calculated by adding 6.5 to 36, which is 42.5. We know it is not possible to count a living thing in decimals, but this question was given in a second-grade class test, and we are going along with it.

#### Math Riddle #3

Add 1 + 2 + 3 and you get 6

Multiply 1 x 2 x 3 and you still get 6.

#### Math Riddle #5

Answer: The man will take 99 days to climb the slope~y mountain.

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