# Fun Math Problems With Answers

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These are the best and most fun math problems we can find. All of these tricky math problems are based on real math concepts and can be solved with purely math and logic.

Going uphill, it goes at 56 mph.

Going downhill, it goes at 72 mph.

On level ground, it goes at 63 mph.

If it takes 4 hours to travel from X to Y, and 5 hours to come back, what is the distance between X and Y?

$1000 to the first born and 1/10 of what then remains, then

$2000 to the second born and 1/10 of what then remains, then

$3000 to the third born and 1/10 of what then remains,

and so on.

When this was done each child had the same amount.

How many children were there?

Remember he eats 1 banana every mile he goes even if he is going back to pick up more bananas. What is the maximum number of bananas he can get to the market ?

Plan 1: Tera begins a retirement account at age 20. She stars with $2000 and then saves $2000 per year at 7% interest compounded annually for 10 years. Then she stops contributing to the account but keeps her savings invested at the same rate.

Plan 2: Janna doesn't save any money in her twenties. When she turns 30 she starts with $2000 and then saves $2000 per year at 7% interest compounded annually for 35 years.

Which one has more at age 65 ?

Diana has three-cup, nine-cup, and twenty-cup containers, each with no markings. with these containers she can measure various amounts. using the three containers how many whole cups of water from one to twenty, inclusive, can she measure ?

That's it.

These are the best and most fun math problems we can find. All of these tricky math problems are based on real math concepts and can be solved with purely math and logic.

## Fun Math Problem With Answer 1

A truck travels from X to Y.Going uphill, it goes at 56 mph.

Going downhill, it goes at 72 mph.

On level ground, it goes at 63 mph.

If it takes 4 hours to travel from X to Y, and 5 hours to come back, what is the distance between X and Y?

## Fun Math Problem With Answer 2

A father, in his will, left his money to his children in the following manner:$1000 to the first born and 1/10 of what then remains, then

$2000 to the second born and 1/10 of what then remains, then

$3000 to the third born and 1/10 of what then remains,

and so on.

When this was done each child had the same amount.

How many children were there?

## Fun Math Problems 3

A gorilla harvests 3,000 bananas and needs to carry them 1,000 miles to the supermarket. He can only carry 1,000 at a time. Since he is a gorilla he eats 1 banana every mile he goes in any direction. He can (and will have to) leave bananas anywhere along the way. Once all his bananas have reached the end he DOES NOT need any to eat to get back.Remember he eats 1 banana every mile he goes even if he is going back to pick up more bananas. What is the maximum number of bananas he can get to the market ?

## Fun Math Problems 4

Consider twin sisters with two different retirement savings plan:Plan 1: Tera begins a retirement account at age 20. She stars with $2000 and then saves $2000 per year at 7% interest compounded annually for 10 years. Then she stops contributing to the account but keeps her savings invested at the same rate.

Plan 2: Janna doesn't save any money in her twenties. When she turns 30 she starts with $2000 and then saves $2000 per year at 7% interest compounded annually for 35 years.

Which one has more at age 65 ?

## Fun Math Problems 5

Measuring CupsDiana has three-cup, nine-cup, and twenty-cup containers, each with no markings. with these containers she can measure various amounts. using the three containers how many whole cups of water from one to twenty, inclusive, can she measure ?

That's it.

good one

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