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Riddles in math are used by math teachers in many different cultures.
Many teachers promote the idea that giving students mathematical riddles helps to encourage their pupils to think more creatively and strategically.
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## Fun Math Riddles

**math riddles**to help stimulate the minds of your students? Do you love math and want to exercise your brain for all of the tough math work that you'll more than likely face in the near distant future? We've got you covered with one of the most extensive collections of mathematical riddles that one can find on the modern internet!

Mathematical riddles are a great way for math students and enthusiasts to stay excited and motivated. This collection of the best math questions from around the net ranges in difficulty, from the fairly easy to tough, while some are extremely difficult.

Are you ready to get your math on? Put on those thinking caps and go full speed ahead.

## Two Angles Collided Riddle

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In geometry, an angle is the figure formed by two rays, called the sides of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex of the angle. "Collided" is not a situation that applies to angles.

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## The Upset Sergeant Riddle

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## 1500 Plus 20 And 1600 Minus 40 Riddle

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## Mermaid Math Class Riddle

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## Math Therapy Riddle

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## Late Home Work Riddle

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## Jumping Into The Bowling Water Riddle

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## The Sad Math Book

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## 10 From 100 Riddle

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## Little Billy's Calculator

Little Billy has a calculator with 15 buttons. He has 10 keys for 0-9, a key for addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction. Finally, he has an = sign. However, Mark the Meanie messed up the programming on Billy's calculator. Now, whenever Billy presses any of the number keys, it comes up with a random single-digit number. The same goes for the four operations keys (+,-,x, /). So whenever Billy tries to press the + button, the calculator chooses randomly between addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division. The only key left untouched was the = sign.

Now, if Billy were to press one number key, one operation key, then another number key, then the = button, what are the chances the answer comes out to 6?

Now, if Billy were to press one number key, one operation key, then another number key, then the = button, what are the chances the answer comes out to 6?

Hint: Think about how many ways he could possibly get 6.

There is a 4% chance.

There are 16 possible ways to get 6.

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

6+0

5+1

4+2

9-3

8-2

7-1

6-0

1x6

2x3

6x1

3x2

6/1

There are 400 possible button combinations.

When Billy presses any number key, there are 10 possibilities; when he presses any operation key, there are 4 possibilities.

10(1st#)x4(Operation)x10(2nd#)=400

16 working combinations/400 possible combinations= .04 or 4%

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There are 16 possible ways to get 6.

0+6

1+5

2+4

3+3

6+0

5+1

4+2

9-3

8-2

7-1

6-0

1x6

2x3

6x1

3x2

6/1

There are 400 possible button combinations.

When Billy presses any number key, there are 10 possibilities; when he presses any operation key, there are 4 possibilities.

10(1st#)x4(Operation)x10(2nd#)=400

16 working combinations/400 possible combinations= .04 or 4%

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

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