Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Matchstick Mathematical Reasoning Puzzle for Students

This is a very interesting Matchstick Mathematical Reasoning Puzzle for school going students. Statement of this matchstick puzzle is very simple as your challenge is to move two matchsticks in this picture to different locations to come up with the biggest number possible. Different people will come up with a different number depending upon their thinking. Once need to think outside the box to come up with the biggest number which can beat the other people's number. Can you solve this matchstick mathematical reasoning puzzle question? Post your answer in the comments.
In this Matchstick Mathematical Reasoning Puzzle Question, your challenge is to move two matchsticks and then come up with the biggest number possible
What is your biggest number by moving just two matchsticks?
The answer to this "Matchstick Mathematical Reasoning Puzzle Question", can be viewed by clicking on the answer button.

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    1. The number is much bigger than this. Think again and come up with the bigger number.

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  2. This puzzle is really interesting , i better come back prepared!

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    1. There are some easy #puzzles on this website to get started. You can prepare while solving these puzzles here :).

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  3. Hi this puzzle is interesting we used to do similar ones in school days. Is the answer 878?

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    1. Thanks for liking this matchstick puzzle. This is an open ended puzzle question. However, answer is much bigger than 878 :).

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    1. If you check carefully, 999 can also be created. However, one need to think outside the box to create a number even bigger than 999 :).

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  5. You can take two matchsticks from the 8 to make a 5 out of it and put them in front of the number to create 11505

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    1. With the two matchsticks only single 1 can be created. So your answer in this case will be 1505. You are thinking in the right direction. You need to think little more outside the box to get the bigger number :)

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