# These math riddles are so interesting, you may skip a meal for them!

Talk to kids and you will know how hard they find the subject of math. Many don’t like it for complex theorems, while others hate the role of “alphabets” among numbers.

No matter what the case, the hatred toward math is somewhat universal. Yes, there are folks who like the subject, and score excellent marks in it, but the human mind still finds stories more interesting than math derivatives.

However, we have taken a pledge to make a place for math in the hearts of our dear readers, and that is why we bring exciting math riddles and answers every now and then.

Here you go!

## MATH RIDDLES

### MATH RIDDLE 1:

Imagine you love coffee and there are three huge cups of coffee beans. You take one away. How many do you have?

### MATH RIDDLE 2:

John has five sons and each son has a sister. How many children does  John have?

### MATH RIDDLE 3:

Jessica’s pencil was wearing out and is now only three centimeters long. Her friend Ross’s new pencil was eight times that length. How long was Ross’s pencil?

Here you go again!

MATH RIDDLE 1:

Imagine you love coffee and there are three huge cups of coffee beans. You take one away. How many do you have?

You only have one cup.

MATH RIDDLE 2:

John has five sons and each son has a sister. How many children does Mr. John have?

John has 6 children. Each of his sons has the same sister.

MATH RIDDLE 3:

Jessica’s pencil was wearing out and is now only three centimeters long. Her friend Ross’s new pencil was eight times that length. How long was Ross’s pencil?