## Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Solving mathematical equations is very much fun. Once you know the basics of mathematics, it becomes very interesting. However I have seen there are few kids who don't love mathematics as subject. If mathematics as subject can be taught in fun way then it will be more interesting and appealing to kids and we will have more kids interested in mathematics :)
Here in this post I am putting some of the mathematics equations in pictures puzzles. Kids will enjoy solving these picture mathematics equations. Answers to these equations along with detailed explanation of each of the equation is given at the end of this post. Do write your answers in the comment section of this post.
 1. Can you solve this Maths Equation?

 2. Can you solve the last equation?

 3. Can you solve this Maths Puzzle?

 4. Can you solve this Maths Brain Teaser?

 5. Can you solve this Maths Picture Puzzle?
These Fun Maths Equations Picture Puzzles are to test your Maths skills. Do checkout below listed Maths, Logic and Picture Puzzles to test your Maths Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Visual Power.

## Answers of Fun Math Equations Riddles

A1.
Let me use the following notations for the figures
G............... Grapes
B............... Banana
W .......... Watermelon
Given is
G + B + W= 45..........(1)
G + B = 15..............(2)
B - W = 1 ................(3)
From equation 2 substituting the value of G+B IN EQUATION (1), We have
15 +W= 45
W= 45-15= 30
SUBSTITUTING VALUE OF W IN equation 3. we have
B= 31
G = -16
Therefore, G+B-W = -16+ 31 -30 = -15

A2. 17
Let me use the following notations for the figures
W..........WATERMELON,
H...............HEART
I.................ICE CREAM
2W+I = 38...........(1)
2W+H= 15.............(2)
2H+2I = 10...............(3)
From equation (1) W= 38-I
substituting in (2) 38-I+H= 15,
H - I=-23 .......(4) x 2
2H - 2I = -46.............(5)
solving equation 3 and 5
H = -9, I= 14,
Substituting I in equation (1) W= 12
Hence W+H+I = 17

A3. 17
Let me use the following notations for the figures
O...........OWL
B........BEAR
T.........TIGER
GIVEN
O+O+O= 30,..............(1)
O+B+B= 20................(2)
B+T = 3.....................(3)
From (1), O= 10
from (2), 10 +2B = 20, B= 5
from (3), B +T = 3, T= 2
therefore ,
O+B+T= 17

A4. 12
Let me use the following notations for the figures
P............. PINK FLOWER
V.............VIOLET
Y..... THIRD ONE
Given P+P+P = 21....(1)
P+V+V = 15...(2)
V-Y = 3.....(3)
from (1)...............P = 7,
from (2) ..........7+2V = 15, V = 4
from (3)..........4-Y = 3, Y= 1
therefore, P+Y+V= 12

A5. 10
Let me use the following notations for the figures
R.......RED BIRD
Y.......YELLOW BIRD
B........ BLUE BIRD
GIVEN:
R+R-Y=7.........., 2R-Y=7 .........(1)
Y+Y-B = 4......... 2Y-B= 4 .........(2)
B+B-Y= 1.......... 2B-Y=1...........(3)
Multiplying equation (2) x 2 and adding it in equation (3), we have
B=2 , Y=3
substituting value of Y in (1)
R= 5
therefore , R+Y+B = 10

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Below is the answer of 12th Math Picture puzzle published with title Math Brain Teasers for Kids with answers. We have hidden the answer to avoid someone looking inadvertently at the solution. Do select the text below to read the solution.
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12. Lets mark the Hints from 1st to 5th from up to down.
Second Hint tells that 5 is not there in code
Third Hint when combined with 2nd Hint tells that 1 and 7 are part of code
Fourth Hint when combined with 1st Hint tell that 8 is part of code
1st Hint tells that 8 is at 3rd place
Now as 3rd place is taken by 8, 3rd Hint tells 1 at 2nd place and 7 at 1st place
So the code is 718
We don't require last hint to calculate the code. However it can be used for verification of our answer.

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