These are the best and most fun math riddles we can find. All of these tricky riddles are based on real math concepts and can be solved with purely math and logic.
Question: A son's age is the age of his dad's age's digits added together. The son is not nine or older. The dad is of legal age. The dad's age doesn’t end in a zero, and is more than twenty, but less than twenty-five. How old is the dad, and how old is the son?
Answer: The son is three, four, five, or six. If he is three the dad is twenty-one, if he is four the dad is twenty-two, etc.
Question: I'm 10 years old my brothers half my age now I'm 100 years old how old is my brother now?
Answer: 95 years old Because he's half my age when I was 10 so he's 5 years old so I'm only 5 years older 100-5=95
Question: someone came into my shop and stole 100 dollars from the register without my knowledge. the person came back 5 minutes later with the same 100 dollars and bought 70 dollars in items and i gave him back 30 dollars change. How much did i lose?
Answer: The shop losses the 70 dollars worth of goods plus the additional 30 dollars change , since the money is returned and it's as though he gave the goods out free and added an extra free 30 dollars
Question: 1 11 21 1211 111221 312211 13112221 1113213211 what comes next?
Answer: 31131211131221 how many is number ONE = ONE=11 there is ONE 1 if you don't get it study it and then you'll know what it is i'm saying Thank you very much! Oh, and don’t cheat!
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