Mathematics as a subject is very much if you know the fundamentals of mathematics very well. I found many students loving it and many students do not like Mathematics as a subject at all. The difference comes in understanding the fundamentals of this subject. If Mathematics can be taught interestingly then it's always fun to solve mathematical problems. It becomes great fun to solve mathematically logical problems. Here are some of the math logic problems for high school students. Hopefully, it will be fun learning for students.

__How to Solve Logic Maths Puzzles__

__How to Solve Logic Maths Puzzles__

There are five mathematical logical problems. In these puzzles, few IF statements are given and one has to solve this IF pattern and after solving this one has to solve the THEN statement. Let us see how many of these puzzles you can solve quickly?

1. Math Logic Number Brain Teaser for Teens |

2. Logical Math Mind Twister Riddle for Students |

3. Math Logic Number Equation Puzzle Question |

5. Math Logical Puzzle for Teens in High School |

## 15 comments:

Unknownsaid...Anyone solved #3? I cannot figure it out and wonder if there is a mistake.... :)

September 24, 2018Rajesh Kumarsaid...Answer for #3 is 30. Logic in this puzzle is A*(A+1)=B

September 25, 2018Rajesh Kumarsaid...Answers Link for all these Maths Logic Problems is provided now.

December 25, 2018Balasaid...50

April 03, 2020Balasaid...2-30

3-40

April 03, 2020Unknownsaid...Answer is 72

April 07, 2020Unknownsaid...ans

for 1 is 50

for 2 is 129

for 3 is 30

for 4 is 40

for 5 is 79

July 06, 2020Unknownsaid...I disagree. For 2 should be 1 because if 1=5, then 5=1.

November 16, 2020Unknownsaid...1=4

5=35

February 22, 2021I think that it is 50 by the way I am eleven

September 19, 2021Fun With Puzzlessaid...@Naomi,

Nice to see you solving puzzles and brainteasers at the small age of eleven. Hope you enjoyed the puzzles on this website. Looking forward to more comments and feedback from you.

September 21, 2021I do these even though I am in 5th grade

March 03, 2022I am in Elemantery 5th grade and solve these without spending more then 30 sec. Maybe trey renaming the title.

March 03, 2022Viet Giap (Tony)said...I agreed with solutions: 1/50-2/129-3/30-4/40.-5/79

August 30, 2023I don't know but my answer is 118

Prove,

1=5 (5-1=4)

2=12 (12-2=10)

3=31 (31-3=28)

4=68 (68-4=64)

Okk so the gaps between the

Results are(10-4=6,28-10=18,and 64-28=36)

The results are 6,18 and 36. And if we put this on the table 6 then we found 1,3,6 so the next will be 9.

Means 9*6=54

64+54=118

Hence,

5=118 (proved)

March 27, 2024