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9 Math Riddles That’ll Stump Even Your Smartest Friends

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Math puzzles and maths games continue to become more and more popular. They seem very easy at first, but many people end up getting them all wrong. Do you want to test your logic skills?

Your telephone’s number pad 0:21
Fix a math equation 0:59
What is half of 2+2? 1:40
What is 50% divided by 2? 2:07
Make 1000 by using 8 exactly eight times 2:41
Can you take 1 from 19 and leave 20? 3:20
If 1/2 of 5 is 3, what is 1/3 of 10? 4:02
Thumbnail math game 4:41
Can you figure out the last number in the sequence? 5:33

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  1. Bright side can't even solve this and giving the wrong answers 😂

  2. I just came here to answer the question on your thumbnail
    It's 1. The answer is 1.

    Now bye bye 👋😁

  3. The fifth question is WRONG, 50% divided by 2 = 1/2 divided by 2 = 1/4

  4. Everyone did the last one incorrect. If the sequence is correct, the last number needs to be infinity. The question asks the last number not the next one.

  5. My idea for the sequence answer was to add all of the numbers up together and see what number you would get!Also love your videos keep up the great work!😁

  6. The answer for the last one is one.

  7. I knew what number 6 was exactly because I heard of that question before and the answer was

  8. For the last question here is my explanation to the answer: The first term is "1", which is read as "one 1".

    The second term is "11", which is read as "two 1s".

    The third term is "21", which is read as "one 2 and one 1".

    The fourth term is "1211", which is read as "one 1, one 2, and two 1s".

    The fifth term is "111221", which is read as "one 1, one 1, two 2s, and one 1".

    The sixth term is "312211", which is read as "three 1s, two 2s, and one 1".

    The pattern continues by describing the previous term in terms of how many of each digit it contains. For example, the seventh term would be "13112221", which is read as "one 3, one 1, two 3s, three 2s, and one 1".

    Therefore, the seventh term in the sequence is "13112221"…

  9. I got fist one correct I'm brilliant is i?

  10. 6:14 the answer is 13112221. each number describes the last one.

  11. I thought second sum was 3+3=6 so carry it on 6×3=18 so carry it on again 18-3=15 so carrying it on15+3=18

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