tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-438258424158934640.post2296552173622474809..comments2024-06-22T14:23:19.600+05:30Comments on Fun With Puzzles: Missing Number Logic Puzzle in Maths for Middle SchoolRajesh Kumarhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18093420733985851038noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-438258424158934640.post-68241870361678957912021-06-01T11:32:31.330+05:302021-06-01T11:32:31.330+05:30This is out-of-the-box thinking. My way to calcula...This is out-of-the-box thinking. My way to calculate the answer to this logic puzzle was different. However, my answer will also lead to this conclusion. <br />My answer was to sum of half Circle numbers and the sum of all the digits inside the Circle is 37 and it will get divided into two parts. <br />Thanks for looking at this problem differently. Looking forward to your comments on similar puzzles.Rajesh Kumarhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18093420733985851038noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-438258424158934640.post-25933723284593432332021-05-31T18:54:49.562+05:302021-05-31T18:54:49.562+05:30Ans:- 15
If You add both sides' number of dia...Ans:- 15<br /><br />If You add both sides' number of diameters, You will found that they are equal to 37. I.e.<br />13 + 24 =37<br />21 + 16 =37<br />25 + 12 =37<br />So the missing number is 37 - 22 = 15Mritunjay Kumarhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16254789149159271138noreply@blogger.com