Math puzzles are nothing short of pure fun, especially when you have exciting math puzzles to try.

Take these exciting math riddles.

Mathematical riddle 1:

How many times can you subtract five from twenty-five?

Mathematical riddle 2:

If seven people meet and each shakes hands only once with each other, how many handshakes will there have been?

Mathematical riddle 3:

At the time of shipping, Tom can put 10 small boxes or 8 big boxes in one box. A total of 96 boxes were shipped in a single shipment. The number of small boxes was less than that of large boxes. What is the total number of boxes he shipped?

Mathematical riddle 4:

If 1=3

23

3=5

4=4

5=4

So, 6=?

Mathematical riddle 5:

I am an odd number. If you take away one letter from me, I’ll be left alone. What number am I?

Excited for the answers? Here are these!

Mathematical riddle 1:

How many times can you subtract five from twenty-five?

Answer to riddle 1: Just once

Mathematical riddle 2:

If seven people meet and each shakes hands only once with each other, how many handshakes will there have been?

Answer to riddle 2: twenty-one

Mathematical riddle 3:

At the time of shipping, Tom can put 10 small boxes or 8 big boxes in one box. A total of 96 boxes were shipped in a single shipment. The number of small boxes was less than that of large boxes. What is the total number of boxes he shipped?

Answer to riddle 3: 11 cards

Mathematical riddle 4:

If 1=3

23

3=5

4=4

5=4

So, 6=?

Answer:

3, since ‘six’ has three letters

Mathematical riddle 5:

I am an odd number. If you take away one letter from me, I’ll be left alone. What number am I?

Answer:

Seven (Remove the ‘s’ and it’s ‘even’).

Categories: Optical Illusion

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