# Math riddles with answers: Feeling stressed? Math riddles are here for you!

*Math riddles with answers!*

Enroll yourself in the "I HATE MATH" club if you often got scolded in school for scoring very fewer marks in math back in school. While we wish there could be a club like that, we all have always wondered what would have happened if math was not a subject to be studied in school. In such a case, we would all have scored a great overall percentage. Often times people view math as a subject that is discovered with the sole purpose to add difficulties in the lives of students and spoil their annual report cards with negative remarks. Indeed, it is a subject that requires one to invest lost and lost of time practicing the same type of questions again and again only to find out that you did it all wrong in the examination. No math exam is easy for all. Oftentimes, people purchase the hardest of math books, and practice hundreds of sums, but still fail to score good marks in the final examinations. The subject is blamed for giving me plenty of sleepless nights to students. The best day of school is often the day when one feels that the math exam went well. However, not many people realize that math can be interesting too. The huge numbers in the subject can be a reason for some good adrenaline rush too. The symbols that you find complex can also come in the form of interesting puzzles that might tease your brain a little. The algebraic expressions that you hate can be the reason you get that wide grin on your face. The twist is that there is no pressure to score well. there is no such pressure that if you fail to answer the math-based puzzles, you might have to bear the brunt of a not-so-good report card. Things become interesting, relaxing, and fun when there isn't any pressure to excel in them. While challenges are fun, the pressure to excel in them can oftentimes increase stress levels. That is when the need of looking at the subject with the intent to understand and enjoy it becomes more important than excelling in it.

All in all, the point we are trying to make here is that math is not a bad subject, but the added pressure to always win is what makes people wonder how complex it is.

Math is often seen as a tough subject, but it can be made interesting too. Yeah, you guessed it right. Today we have a pack of three for you!

Try these math riddles!

**Math riddles with answers!**

**Math riddle 1:**

**How many sides can you spot in a circle?**

**Math riddle 2:**

**Joey said, “I am four times older than my daughter.” In 20 years, Joey will be twice as old as his daughter. How old are Joey and his daughter?**

**Math riddle 3:**

**If you were to go to seven hundred twenty from ninety-eight, how would you do it using just one letter?**

Wondering what the answers are? Here we go!

Math riddles with answers!

**Math riddle 1:**

**How many sides can you spot in a circle?**

**Answer 1:**

Two; inside and outside!

**Math riddle 2:**

**Joey said, “I am four times older than my daughter.” In 20 years, Joey will be twice as old as his daughter. How old are Joey and his daughter?**

**Answer 2:**

Joey is 40 and his daughter is 10.

**Math riddle 3:**

**If you were to go to seven hundred twenty from ninety eight, how would you do it using just one letter?**

**Answer 3:**

That's super easy. Simply add a multiplication sign between nighty and eight and you get seven hundred twenty as the answer.

Didn't we say that we have a magic wand? Yes, we turned the same math subject that you once hated into interesting math riddles. The moral of the story thus is that every subject can be made interesting by eliminating the fear of failure and actually enjoying it. In such a situation, even if you commit thousands of mistakes in solving its problems, you must not get drowned in self-doubts. Instead, enjoying the hurdles with a learning attitude is what will keep you ahead, both in examinations and in life.

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