Monday, December 25, 2017

Mathematics Picture Equations Brain Teasers for teens with answers and Explanation

Can you solve these Maths Equations?
First of all, let me wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New year. May the melody and spirit of the holidays fill your home with love and peace. I wish you all the best and happy New Year too!
Today Mathematics Equations Brain Teasers are themed on Christmas and New Year. Solving Mathematics Equations becomes more fun when one solves it using pictures. In most of the today's Mathematics brain teasers, we have used the pictures relating to Christmas and New Year. Once again wish all the readers here, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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Answers of Maths Picture Equation Brain Teasers

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These Fun Brain Teasers are part of Fun Math Brain Teasers. Below are the similar Maths Picture Brain Teasers to challenge and twist your brain.

List of Maths Picture Brain Teasers

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Answers of Mathematics Picture Equations Brain Teasers
Below are the hidden answers of these mathematical equation brain teasers with detailed explanation.
A1.
Let us use the following symbols:
Gift.... G
Bells....B
Tree.....T
Given: G x B x T = 36..................(1)
B x T = 6..................(2)
G + T = 8................(3)
Substituting value of B x T from equation (2) in equation (1)
G = 6
From equation (3), T = 2
From Equation (2), B = 3
Therefore G - B -T = 6-3-2 = 1


A2.
Let us use the following symbols:
T....... Teddy
E....... Elf
S....... Stocking
Given:
T+E-S=0.....(1)
E+S=5........(2)
T + E= 3.....(3)
FROM EQUATION (3) AND (1), substituting value of T+E.
S=3,
From equation (2), E= 2
from (3), T = 1
Therefore, SxTxE= 6

A3.
Let us use the following symbols:
T..............Tree
S............Santa
N...........Snow
Given:
TxT - SxS = 16............(1)
T x S x N = 60.............(2)
S x N= 12....................(3)
From Equation (3), substituting value of SxN in (2)
we have , T x 12= 60, T=5
From equation (1), 5x5 - SxS =16
S= 3,
From equation (3), N= 4 .
S + T +N= 12

A4.
Let us use the following symbols:
Red...........R
Purple........P
Yellow.........Y
R-P-Y =5.....(1)
R-P= 7.....(2)
R-Y= 10....(3)
Substituting value of R-P from (2) in (1)
Y=2
From 3, R-2 = 10, R=12
Substituting values of R in (2)
P=5
Therefore, R+P+Y = 19.

A5.
Let us use the following symbols:
W............. Watermelon
S............. Strawberry
A............. Apple
S+W+A = 24....(1)
S + W -A= 12....(2)
2S-3W = 1.......(3)
Adding (1) and (2)
2S + 2W = 36......(4)
Subtracting (4) from (3)
-5W = -35, W= 7
From 3. S=11
From 1. 11+7+A= 24
A= 6


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