Count the triangles  Math Riddle
91.Math Riddles
How many triangles can you count in this shape?
 A.7
 B.8
 C.9
 D.10

Explanation : Count the triangle carefully without leaving any triangle inside
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How many triangles can you count in this shape?
Explanation : Count the triangle carefully without leaving any triangle inside
Can you solve this number ?
Explanation : there are four intersecting points.
What should replace the question mark?
729
Explanation : 729, 27x27=729.
1=3, 2=3, 3=5, 4=4, 5=4, 6=3, 7=5, 8=5, 9=4, 10=3, 11=? 12=? Can you complete the sequence?
6
Explanation : 6. The numbers present represents the number of letters in the spelling of its corresponding number.
Two hens can lay two eggs in two minutes. If this is the maximum speed possible, what is the total number of hen needed to get 500 eggs in 500 minutes?
Explanation : Two hens because 2 minute 2 egg 1 minute 1 egg 500 minute 500 eggs
Peter was asked how old he was. His reply was like this; In a period of 2 years my age will be twice my age when you asked this five years ago. How old is he?
Explanation : Let Peter's age be X Years X+2=2(X 5) X+2=2X 10 X=12
100 coins fell down and got scattered inside a dark place. 90 of the coins fell with heads facing up and the rest 10 coins fell with tails up. You are asked to sort out these coins into 2 piles. However, each pile should have the same count of tails up coins. How is it possible?
Firstly, all the piles need not be of same size. I can make 2 piles, one with 90 coins and the other with 10 coins. Now just flip all the 10 coins on the pile. So the piles will have the same count of tails.
If 21 is added to four times a number, the result is 57.
Explanation : 4x + 21 = 57 4x = 36 x = 9
Can you solve the below equation?
Then the number is?
Explanation : 10 Follow BODMAS Rule So, 5*2 6 + 6 =10
Which number replaces the question mark?
30 6 2 3 2 12 2 ?
Explanation : As you can see the lower number rows are always bigger than upper row ones with the difference going up by 3 with every step 34  32 = 2 32  27 = 5 (difference going up by 3 from last difference) 56  48 = 8 (difference going up by 3 from last difference) ?  19 = 11 (difference going up by 3 from last difference) So ? = 30
Can you solve the below quickfire equation?
Explanation : Ans : + 1 5x^2 = ?25 5x^2 = 5 X^2 = 5/5 X=?1 = + 1
Can you solve the below smiley equation?
Explanation : 180 30+30+30=90 10+30+10 =50 10+ 15+15=40 30+10*15= 180
Which three numbers have the same answer whether they are added or multiplied together
1,2,3
Explanation : 1,2,3 1+2+3 = 6 1*2*3 = 6
Can you solve the below viral equation?
Explanation : 24 8 + 8 / 2(1+3)= ? 8 + 8 / 2(4)= ? 8 + 4(4)= ? 8 + 16 = ? 24
2 2 = 00 3 3 = 03 4 4 = 08 5 5 = 15 6 6 = 24 7 7 = ??
8 8 2(1+3)= ?
35
Explanation : The value of RHS is (A*A) (A+A) i.e(2*2) (2+2) = 4 4 = 00 (3*3) (3+3) = 9 6 = 03 (4*4) (4+4) = 16 8 = 08 (5*5) (5+5) = 25 10 = 15 (6*6) (6+6) = 36 12 = 24 (7*7) (7+7) = 49 14 = 35