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Math is a part of our lives in almost every way. Check out these interesting facts about math that show why it's the "universal language":
The mathematical tool, the wheel, is believed to be first used around 3000 BC.
3000 BC is also the period in which the Ancient Egyptians started using numerals. As evidenced in their hieroglyphics.
Fahrenheit invented his thermometer in 1718. Thermometers are mathematical tools used to measure temperature, and of course are still used widely present-day.
The first evidence of counting dates back more than 52,000 years and is attributed to the Neanderthal man.
Galileo one of the most famous mathematicians, was born in 1564.

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Located on this page are some very easy math questions in the form of riddle, and some very thought-provoking math riddles to complete as well. To solve them most advantageously you must read through the problem and try to think about them in as many different ways that you can force your mind to. This is where the mental exercise and brain development starts to kick in!

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## Find Those Missing Numbers Riddle

In the attached figure, you can find two missing numbers. Can you analyze the pattern and find those missing numbers?

Hint:

The number missing on the left is 8 and the one on right is 7.

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

YES NO

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

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## The Correct Number Riddle

Hint:

121

Explanation

Tables consist of squares of the number from 4 to 12.

11^2 = 121.

YES NO

Explanation

Tables consist of squares of the number from 4 to 12.

11^2 = 121.

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## 19 And 20 Riddle

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## Can You Find The Mistake?

Hint: Read carefully.

## My First Half Means Container

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## David Is 6 Years Old Riddle

Hint:

David: 6

Lauren: 3

David is 3 years older than Lauren.

So when David is 100 Lauren is 97.

Answer: 97

YES NO

Lauren: 3

David is 3 years older than Lauren.

So when David is 100 Lauren is 97.

Answer: 97

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## 1500 Plus 20 And 1600 Minus 40 Riddle

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## Counting Time Riddle

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## Four Times To Infinity

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## The Prime Number Riddle

Two hundred people in an auditorium are asked to think of a single digit number from 1 to 9 inclusive and write it down. All those who wrote down a prime number are now asked to leave. Ninety people remain behind in the hall. How many of these are expected to have written down an odd number?

Hint: Remember that 1 is not a prime number.

Those that remain behind must have written {1,4,6,8,9} and from this only {1,9} are odd. The probability of an odd number is thus 2/5.

Expected number of odds is 2/5 * 90 = 36

YES NO

Expected number of odds is 2/5 * 90 = 36

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