Math Puzzles

Free online math puzzles and brain teasers are interactive, challenging and entertaining. These math puzzles can sharpen the kids mind and also increase the thinking ability.

Printable math puzzles are there to engage the children in solving different types of math puzzles. In all the brain teasers and math puzzles we will find different types of questions easy, tricky and challenging to sharpen our mind.

Math puzzles are important for children and it’s also important for employment test for nursing, banking etc., because it increase the IQ tests.

Math Only Math is based on the premise that children do not make a distinction between play and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.

Free printable math puzzles are available for everyone and even parents and teachers can encourage and suggest the child to practice the cool math puzzles for increasing the joy of thinking.

However, suggestions for further improvement, from all quarters would be greatly appreciated.

You can check your own IQ by solving different types of questions in math puzzles.


1. What number should be put in the empty box at the centre so that the total is the same in all directions?

Same Sum in all Directions

2. How many 2-digit numbers are there?

3. Use subtraction or addition to find the missing numbers:

Use Subtraction or Addition to Find the Missing Numbers

Hint: For example:       15 - ? = 10

                 Therefore, ? = 15 - 10 = 5



4. Look at the numbers given in the bubble and answer the following questions:

Math Puzzles

(i) Select two numbers which have total of 7. _____

(ii) Write the biggest 2-digit number you can make. _____

(iii) Write the smallest 3-digit number you can make. _____

(iv) Subtract the smallest 2-digit number from the biggest 2-digit number. _____


5. Jennifer is 4 years old. Her mother is 29 years old. Her father is 34 years old. Complete this chart.

When Jennifer is

4

6

8

11

15

20

Father is

34

36

_____

_____

_____

_____

Mother is

29

31

_____

_____

_____

_____


6. Using only the numbers 2, 4 and 5, complete each number sentence.

_____ + _____ - _____   = 3

_____ × _____ + _____  = 22

_____ × _____ + _____  = 6


7. I am an even number. If you multiply me by myself, you get the same number as when you add me to myself. What number am I?

8. In the figure given below, fill in the circles with numbers 1 to 12 in such a way that the sum of each row is 12. Remember: No number should be written twice.

Online Math Puzzles


9. Tick (✔) Yes or No:

(a) 0 + 0 + 0 +.... for 10 times = 10        Yes, No

(b) 1 x 1 = 2                                           Yes, No

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