### #1 - Number Fact Puzzle

The square of the number 111,111,111 is amazing.Whats that ?

12,345,678,987,654,321 Amazing :-)

### #2 - Easy Maths Puzzle

Sadaf is selling fruits at brain teasers land.
She sell grapes at \$30, Dates costs \$25, and a Wolfberry costs \$45
At what price does she sell fig ?

15

Cost of each alphabet is 5

If
1 = 5 ,
2 = 25 ,
3 = 325 ,
4 = 4325

Then 5 = ?

1

### #4 - Easy Math Problem

In a strange city , there are just 2 houses.

If one person from house1 goes to house2, then the population of house2 is twice the population of house1.
While if one person from house2 goes to house1, then the population of house2 is same as the population of house1.

what the population of each house ?

House1-> 5
House2-> 7

### #5 - Simple Maths Puzzle

In a certain country ½ of 5 = 3. If the same proportion holds, what is the value of 1/3 of 10 ?

4
5/2 = 3 and 10/3 = x
(10/3)/(5/2) = 20/15 = 4/3
So x/3 = 4/3
x=4

### #6 - Simple Math Puzzle

At my favorite fruit stand,
an orange costs 18¢,
a pineapple costs 27¢,
and a grape costs 15¢.
Using the same logic, can you tell how much a mango costs?

15¢ The cost is equal to 3¢ for each letter in the fruits name.

### #7 - Math Puzzle Kids

Anmol had a bag containing colorful marbles. The colors are red, green and blue. The total number of marbles he had in his bag is 60. There are 4 times as many red marbles as green marbles. 6 more blue marbles than green marbles. How many marbles of each color did Anmol have?

Lets take R as red, G as green and B as blue.
R + G + B = 60
As there are 4 times red marbles than green marbles, then
R = 4G
There are 6 more blue marbles than green marbles, so
B = G + 6
Therefore,
R + G + B = 60
4G + G + G + 6 = 60
6G + 6 = 60
6G = 60 – 6
6G = 54
G = 54/6 = 9
R = 4G = 4 x 9 = 36
B = G + 6 = 9 + 6 =15
Finally there are 9 green marbles, 36 red marbles and 15 blue marbles

### #8 - Easy Math Riddle

When asked how old he was, Mayank replied, 'In 2 years I will be twice as old as I was five years ago.' How old is he ?