Math riddles that will blow your mind!
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MATH RIDDLE 1
What did the little lobster get on its math test?
MATH RIDDLE 2
If you're 8 feet away from a door and with each move you advance half the distance to the door. How many moves will it take to reach the door?
MATH RIDDLE 3
I am a three-digit number. My tens digit is five more than my ones digit. My hundreds digit is eight less than my tens digit. What number am I?
MATH RIDDLE 4
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 5
You have 6 eggs. You break 2, cook 2 and you eat 2 eggs. How many do you have left?
MATH RIDDLE 6
A sphere has three, a circle has two, and a point has zero. What is it?
MATH RIDDLE 7
If 4+2=26, 8+1=79 and 6+5=111. Then, what is 7+3?
MATH RIDDLE 8
Why is it easier to count cows than sheep?
Ready for the answers? Have a look –
Answer to riddle 1: Sea-plus
Answer to riddle 2: Infinity! Technically you will never reach the door, as you can only move half the distance, no matter how small.
Answer to riddle 3: Number 194
Answer to riddle 4: Five
Answer to riddle 5: 4. The 2 you break are the ones you cook, which are the ones you eat.
Answer to riddle 6: Dimensions
Answer to riddle 7: 410. 4+2=26 is because 4-2=2 and 4+2=6, so it is 26. Therefore, 7-3=4 and 7+3=10(410)
Answer to riddle 8: You can use a cowculator
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