Lateral Thinking Math Puzzles

Lateral Thinking math puzzles require a combination of logical and lateral thinking.

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #5

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #5

Q: Use three identical digits (other than 4) in a simple addition that will total 12. CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #4

Lateral thinking Math Puzzle #4

Q: In a marathon walk around the world, only stopping once before you return to the starting point. Why did your head travel 10.97 meters further than your feet? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #3

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #3

Q: If an average hen’s egg is 5cm long and weighs 300 grams and an average Peacock’s egg is exactly two times the length and 2.5 times the mass. Which has the greater circumference? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #2

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #2

Q: Add 2 to 171 and make it total less than eighteen. CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #1

Lateral Thinking Math Puzzle #1

Q: A snail crawls slowly up a garden wall 48cm high. If it crawls forward 8cm a day and slips back 3cm each night, how long will it take to reach the top of the wall? CLICK CONTINUE READING ONLY TO SEE THE ANSWER!

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