Working on math riddles and brain teasers is a great way to sharpen your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. While these math riddles may seem simple at first glance, most people—even math nerds!—find themselves completely stumped! Are you up for the challenge?

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TIMESTAMPS: JUMP TO A MATH RIDDLE:

1.) Truth or Square? 0:14

2.) How Old is Lucy? 0:59

3.) Triple Threat! 1:49

4.) Matchstick Mayhem! 2:29

5.) The In-Between 3:35

6.) Which Weighs More? 4:05

7.) Big Spender! 4:40

8.) Mystery Parking! 5:53

9.) Cuppla’ Coins 6:36

10.) Pascal’s Triangle 7:26

Bonus: 8:15

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## @jahedamondal36

27.09.20248/10🎉

## @lindsayfitzgerald8239

27.09.2024Mrs. Fitz's class thinks its 1,5,10,10,5,1.

## @sanjanakapoor05

27.09.2024what is the level of the questions?

## @VibewitKay

27.09.2024152451

## @drew1236

27.09.20242:59 you can also do 8-4=4

## @drew1236

27.09.2024For the bonus- the ones at the corners is a value that we do not know; there aren’t two numbers above these areas. However, going from left to right, it goes in this order: 5,10,10,5

Edit: I wrote this a year ago and didn’t realize the ones at the corners so ignore this

## @brianengle3728

27.09.2024Sorry, that was English questions not math understand your English

## @saurabhwadhwa6740

27.09.20241,5,10,10,5,1

## @molluskmercenaries2238

27.09.2024All were very easy, mathmetician or no. I missed 9 because I was always bad at ELA and didn't stop to think what it meant. 10 (I got right but) is false because how would the top hex be worth 1?

## @krithikadevisetty8715

27.09.2024In the 9th question the question says that you can not use a nickel but in the answer they said the answer is a Nickel and a Quarter but the real answer is a twenty cent piece and a dime.

## @arthurgjlu

25.09.2024Bonus (from left to right)

1, 5, 10, 10, 5, 1

## @littleprodigy8099

25.09.20241 5 10 10 5 1

## @ShaePutnam

25.09.2024On # 4 we found a new solution

You could the match stick from the plus and move it to the sixth and it would make it eight so it would make it 8-4 = 4 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 just so you know

## @ArshadANSARI-xt9kn

25.09.20241,5,10,10,5,1

## @JudithIwuchukwu-t1v

25.09.2024they are three ways for number four the last one is 8 – 4 =4

## @battletendecy

25.09.20241 5 10 10 5 1

## @drbluzer

25.09.2024PUZZLE #4 >>>>> TWO SOLUTIONS

## @drbluzer

25.09.2024PUZZLE # -1 I GOT THE ANSWER RIGHT FOR THE "SQUARES" PUZZLE .!

PUZZLE #2 – I GOT THE TWO SISTER'S AGE" PUZZLE RIGHT !

PUZZLE #3 – I GOT THE "THREE DIFFERENT NUMBERS PRODUCT AND SUM" PUZZLE RIGHT !

PUZZLE #4 – TWO SOLUTIONS WHICH I GOT ONE OF THEM ( THE FIRST ONE ) !

PUZZLE #5 – MISSED IT ! ( NUMBER BETWEEN "7" AND "8" ) – THIS WAS VERY CLEVER !

PUZZLE #6 – I GOT THE "SODA AND GOLD PUZZLE" RIGHT !

PUZZLE #7 – MISSED IT ! ( PAIR OF SHOES COST AND HOODIE COST ) I NEED TO BRUSH UP ON MY MATH !

PUZZLE #8 CLUE : THE NUMBERS YOU ARE LOOKING AT ARE UPSIDE DOWN ! I GOT IT RIGHT !

PUZZLE #9 – I GOT THE "TWO COINS TOTAL ADDS UP TO $0.30 & ONE IS NOT A NICKEL PUZZLE" RIGHT – CLEVER !!

PUZZLE #10 – I AM A SENIOR CITIZEN AND I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF "PASCAL'S TRIANGLE" SO I MISSED IT !

AS A RESULT , I GOT 7 / 10 .

## @drbluzer

25.09.2024One other puzzle used "FIBONACCI'S NUMBER" and I had to look that definition up !

I don't remember "PASCAL'S TRIANGLE" from my old high school days !

I vaguely remember that from my old high school days !

## @BrianPaulMitchellTDS-THT

25.09.20245 Dallas likes these riddles!

## @MeetPratap

22.09.2024I solved the first 2 with ease correctly

## @MeetPratap

22.09.20242nd answer of Q5 is >

## @MeetPratap

22.09.2024bonus:1,5,10,10,5,1

## @karenmackey1974

22.09.20241,5,12,12,5.1

## @nontuber4712

22.09.2024What i literally solved almost every riddle (except rd-9 ) . But still i failed in my math sub 😢 .

## @davidplatnick6675

22.09.2024The answer to problem one is zero.

## @papabear6828

22.09.20248:22 the Strawberry and apple are covering 1, the coconut and orange cover 5 the pear and the water melon cover 10

## @MsVidhyashankar

22.09.2024Love the vid but try to keep more re.acted to math

## @AceAdler13

22.09.20243:18

## @vidhyaarasu

22.09.2024there is a 3rd solution in riddle 4 : 8-4=4, try it out

## @kirankurse5716

21.09.2024I got everything except what to put between 7 and 8 so easy man.

## @mattr5987

21.09.2024There are 3 solutions

## @mattr5987

21.09.2024That’s not a nine

## @nas-diatram

21.09.2024I like it

## @1Vividgrl

21.09.20242:29 I just take the top off the six and put it on the = so it's crossed off, it still looks like a six!

## @Ultronimation2024

21.09.20241 5 10 10 5 1

## @ve2zzz

21.09.2024Riddle #4: third solution: 8 – 4 = 4

## @ve2zzz

21.09.2024Riddle 9: Two collectable pennies, one worthing 13 cents,the other one worthing 17 cents

## @AnthonyZeng-q7h

21.09.2024bonus question apple and strawberry IS 1，coconut and peach is 5，pear and watermelon is 10

## @GabrielDuarteFlores

21.09.2024I ANSWER 8 OF 10

## @ymelfilm

19.09.20243:31 8-4 = 4 – there are 3 solutions for riddle 4

## @gamerallieplayz5252

19.09.2024i dont want anyone stealing my answer like @JustVacuumBG

## @moscow6628

19.09.2024bakc hodi

## @thomasharding1838

19.09.2024#4 How about 8-4=4

## @thomasharding1838

19.09.2024#7 You gotta be kidding! Who'd pay $125 for a hoodie?

## @thomasharding1838

19.09.2024BONUS 1,5,10,10,5,1

## @angusflorr

19.09.2024i thought the rectanagle also count as squares

## @yubarajghimire9792

19.09.2024Ten

## @ValiantViper123

19.09.2024These are so easy.

## @MashupMath

19.09.2024How did you do with these math riddles? Be sure to share your answer to the bonus riddle in the comments and get the answer and free pdf worksheet here: http://bit.ly/2Epkb5p