# Math riddles for fun!

These math riddles will cheer you up!

Math is indeed challenging, but it can never be boring. The complex theorems, bind-twisting numbers, and complicated algebraic expressions; all conspire to make you stay awake when you feel drowsy. A popular trick to staying awake when you feel extremely sleepy is to calculate a complex math problem in the mind. Moreover, according to some human psychology beliefs, the same trick can be applied to cases when you wish to control your laughter in times of odd situations. Yes, math is genuinely useful in everyday life.

Feeling bored? Let us bring math to your rescue! These math riddles will surely add some moments of fun to your day. Are you ready?

Math Riddle 1:

Do you know to count from 1 to 1000? If yes, then which one-digit number appears most often between and including the numbers, 1 and 1,000? Put on your thinking caps, buddy!

MATH RIDDLE 2

Imagine you are 8 feet away from a gate.  Additionally, with each step you take, you advance half the distance to the door. How many steps do you think will it take for you to reach the gate?

MATH RIDDLE 3

How old is your son? asked a man to his neighbor. My son is five times as old as my daughter and my wife is five times as old as my son. I am twice as old as my wife whereas my grandmother, who is celebrating her eighty-first birthday is as old as all of us put together. How old is the man's son?

Math Riddle 1:

Do you know to count from 1 to 1000? If yes, then which one-digit number appears most often between and including the numbers, 1 and 1,000? Put on your thinking caps, buddy!

The most frequent digit is 1!

MATH RIDDLE 2

Imagine you are 8 feet away from a gate.  Additionally, with each step you take, you advance half the distance to the door. How many steps do you think will it take for you to reach the gate?

Answer 2: The answer is Infinity! Think about it, can you ever reach the gate, since you can only step forward half the distance, irrespective of the size of the step?

MATH RIDDLE 3

How old is your son? asked John to his school classmate. My son is five times as old as my daughter and my spouse is five times as old as my son. I am twice as old as my spouse whereas my grandmother, who is celebrating her eighty-first birthday is as old as all of us put together. How old is the man's son?