Here is Mind-cracking Maths Puzzle for Adults. This is one of the very tough Maths picture puzzles. It will take a lot of thinking and Mathematical calculations to solve this Maths Puzzle. Here in this puzzle, there are some Mathematical equations and your challenge is to find the logical pattern in these equations to solve the last equation and find the missing number which replaces the question mark?

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Unknown said...

hi, what's the solution to ths riddle? https://www.funwithpuzzles.com/2018/05/mind-cracking-maths-puzzle-for-adults.html

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Rajesh Kumar said...

Unknown said...

Hi, I found a different pattern. Call the given numbers XY e.g. 94 is X = 9, Y = 4. Multiply X and Y and call the product AB e.g. for the first example 9 x 4 = 36, so A =3, B =6. Then multiply Y by the difference of A and B. In this case, 4 x 3. Add that to AB and you have the answer. 36 + 12 = 48.
That is, the answer is (X x Y) + (Y x (the difference between A and B))
This works for every example, but the question mark yields 28 not 32.

Rajesh Kumar said...

Great. Yes, your logical pattern also applied to these number equations. So your answer is also a correct answer this mind cracking puzzle.

Unknown said...

(9*4)+((4*(4-1))=48
(8*5)+((5*(5-1))=60
(5*2)+((2*(2-1))=12
(8*3)+((3*(3-1))=30
(5*4)+((4*(4-1))=32✅

Mritunjay Kumar said...

Multiple Answer is possible for this puzzle:-
According to me, the puzzle is following 2 patterns that I have mentioned below:-

Pattern 1. Multiplication of both digits and then the addition of unit digit into unit digit less 1. I.e. 9*4+ 4*(4-1) = 48, 8*5+ 5(5-1) = 60, 5*2+ 2(2-1) = 12, 8*3+ 3(3-1) =30
Same way 54, 5*4+ 4(4-1) =32

Pattern 2. Multiplication of both digits after that addition of unit digit of the number into the product digit difference. In question 94 =48, 9*4 = 36, digit difference in the product is 3. so 36+4*3 = 48
85 = 60, 8*5 = 40, here digit difference is 4. So 40+5*4=60
52=12, 5*2 = 10, here digit difference is 1. So 10+2*1= 12
83 =30, 8*3 =24, here digit difference is 2. So 24+3*2 = 30
54 =? Same way, 5*4 = 20. Here the product is 20 and the digit difference in the product is 2. So 20+4*2 = 28

According to me 32 and 28 both are the best possible answer of the puzzle.

Rajesh Kumar said...

It is great to know that you have come up with two different answers to this puzzle. Also, thank for explaining both of your answer with the logical reasoning. You have a very good IQ. Keep it up.
It will be great if you can also post your name while giving the answers :). I will be happy to see your comments on the similar puzzles on this website along with your name.

Unknown said...

is 14

Unknown said...

(A+B-1)×A
(9+4-1)×4=48

Unknown said...

If
AB=EF
(A*B)+(E)*B
I am of iran

Unknown said...

5*4=20+2*4=28

Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

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