# 50+ Math Brain Teasers for Kids

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1. Which is measured from the circle's centre: the radius or the circumference?

3. How do you write the number 5 in Roman numerals?

4. What are the next two numbers in this series: 2, 9, 16, 23, ...

5. Change this into a multiplication problem; 5+5+5+5=20

6. True or False: When you add to odd numbers the sum is always odd?

7. What is a greater distance: 10 inches or 10 centimetres?

8. What are the next three numbers in this series: 4, 8, 12, 16,...?

9. What are the next three numbers in this series: 14, 21, 28, 35,...

10. If a movie starts in an hour and a half, how many minutes do you have to wait to see it?

11. Add 9 + 1. Then mulitply 9 x 1. Do you get the same answer each time?

12. If you add 7 to this number, you get 56. What's the number?

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1. What metric unit of length do the letters 'cm' stand for?

2. You have \$10.60 in two bills and three coins. What bills and coins do you have?

3. What number is 6 more than 7 x 8?

4. How many tens equal one thousand?

5. How many sides does a pentagon have?

6. How many sides does a triangle have?

7. How many sides does a hexagon have?

8. How many sides does a hepatgon have?

9. How many sides does an octagon have?

10. How many sides does a decagon have?

11. Which number should replace the question mark? 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, ?, 19

12. Which number should replace the question mark? 5, 14, 23, 32, 41, ?, 59

13. Take a look at all these numbers: 66, 22, 99, 33, 44, 55. What number greater than 1 can be divided into all these numbers without leaving a remainder?

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