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**Math Puzzles for High ****Schoolers**** 1:**

Which figure completes the statements

**Option A** :

**Option B** :

**Option C** :

**Option D** :

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**Option A : Figure given in (A). **

**From the given figures in LEFT is to RIGHT, both ends of LEFT is closed and the figure in RIGHT is obtained. **

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 2:**

Fact 1: Ravneet said, “Mehar and I both have goats.”

Fact 2: Mehar said, “I don’t have a goat.”

Fact 3: Ravneet always tells the truth, but Mehar sometimes lies.

If the three following statements are facts, which of the following statements must also be facts?

I. Mehar has a goat.

II. Ravneet has a goat.

III. Mehar is lying.

**Option A** :

II only.

**Option B** :

I and II only

**Option C** :

I, II and III

**Option D** :

II and III only

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**Option C : I, II and III **

**Since Ranveet always tells truth so Mehar and Ranveet both have a goat and Mehar is lying. **

**Math Riddles for High Schoolers 3:**

Look at the patterns in the squares and understand their relationship to one another so as to fill in the square with missing symbols.

**Option A** :

**Option B** :

**Option C** :

**Option D** :

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**Option A : **

**Shaded rectangle moves half position toward right, circle moves 1 position in clockwise direction, In 1st row arrow moves half position in anti clockwise direction, in 2nd row it remains same and in 3rd row again half position in anticlockwise direction**

**Math Puzzles for High Schoolers 4:**

Danish starts walking straight towards East. After walking 75 m, he turns to the left and walks 25 m straight. Again he turns to the left, walks a distance of 40 m straight, again he turns to the left and walks a distance of 25 m. How far is he from the starting point?

**Option A** : 30 m

**Option B** : 35 m

**Option C** : 40 m

**Option D** : 50 m

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**Option B : 35 m**

**AE = AB – EB = AB – DC = 75m – 40m = 35m**

**Mathematics Puzzles for High Schools Students 5:**

In the question given below, there are four statements which are to be taken as truth even if they do not seem to be so. There are conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. Decide which of these logically follow from the given statements. All student who like English also like Mathematics. Some students like Hindi. All students who like Hindi do not like Mathematics. Students who like Mathematics also like English.

I. Students who like Hindi also like English

II. Students who like Mathematics also like Hindi.

III. Students who like Mathematics do not like Hindi.

IV. Students who like English do not like Hindi.

**Option A** :

I and II

**Option B** :

I and III

**Option C** :

I and IV

**Option D** :

III and IV

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**Option D : III and IV**

**III and IV conclusion logically following from given statements**

**Math Puzzles for High Schools 6:**

The number in the place of ‘?’ should be

**Option A** :

42

**Option B** :

58

**Option C** :

59

**Option D** :

68

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**Option A or D : 42 or 68**

**2 ^{2} + 2^{2} + 4^{2} + 3^{2} – (2 + 2 + 4 + 3) = 22**

**3 ^{2} + 2^{2} + 5^{2} + 4^{2} – (3 + 2 + 5 + 4) = 40**

**4 ^{2} + 3^{2} + 6^{2} + 5^{2} – (4 + 3 + 6 + 5) = 68 **

**OR**

Direction (7–9): Answer these questions by using the following diagram.

Each square stands for different class.

A. represents Indians

B. represents Students

C. represents Talented individuals

D. represents Players

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schools 7:**

How many Indian non-player students who are talented?

**Option A** : 5

**Option B** : 7

**Option C** : 10

**Option D** : 12

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**Option C : 10**

**Number common to A, B and C but not D which is 10**

**Math Riddles for High Schools 8:**

How many talented Indians are players?

**Option A** : 13

**Option B** : 17

**Option C** : 19

**Option D** : 22

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**Option B : 17 **

**Refer the image given in solution of previous questions.**

**Number common to C, A and D which are 8 and 9 i..e, 17. **

**Math Puzzles for High Schools 9:**

How many talented Indians are there, who are students?

**Option A** : 13

**Option B** : 15

**Option C** : 17

**Option D** : 19

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**Option D : 19 **

**Refer the image given in solution of previous questions.**

**Numbers common to C, A and B, which are 9 and 10 i..e, 19**

Direction (10–11): Study the following diagram.

A. Representing people who read newspaper A

B. Representing people who read newspaper B

C. Representing people who read newspaper C

Based on the above information answer the question 10–11

**Mathematics Puzzles for High Schools 10:**

If the number of people in B is 10 more than A, what is the total number of people in only B (i.e., in B but not in A or C)?

**Option A** : 14

**Option B** : 24

**Option C** : 30

**Option D** : 36

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**Option B : 24**

**⇒ (11 + 5 + x+ y) – (15 + 10 + 5 + y) = 10 **

**⇒ 16 + x+ y – 30 – y = 10 **

**⇒ 16 + x = 40 **

**⇒ x = 24 **

**Hard Math Riddles for School Students 11:**

If sum of the number of people in only B and the number of people common in both A and B is 63 and the number of people in B is twice the number of people in A, then the values of x and y are respectively.

**Option A** : 15, 4

**Option B** : 48, 5

**Option C** : 51, 7

**Option D** : 51, 8

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**Option C : 51, 7**

**x + y + 5 = 63 …. i
and (x + y + 5 + 11) = 2 (15 + 10 + 5 + y) …ii **

** ⇒ 63 + 11 = 60 + 2y (from i and ii) **

**⇒ 2y = 14 **

**⇒ y = 7 **

**⇒ x = 51**

**Math Riddles for School Students 12:**

In the question given below, some argument/arguments is/are logical and others are not. Identify the logical argument/arguments.

I. Eating lots of vegetables and fruits increases immunity. I eat lots of vegetables and fruits, so my immunity is high.

II. Eating lots of vegetables and fruits increases immunity. I do not eat vegetables and fruits, so my immunity is low.

III. Eating lots of vegetables and fruits increases immunity. My immunity is low, which means I don’t eat fruits and vegetables.

**Option A** : only I.

**Option B** : I and II

**Option C** : I and III

**Option D** : II and III

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**Option C : I and III **

**The logical arguments are I and III.**

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 13:**

Consider the following figure:

Which of the following alternatives should replace the question mark?

**Option A** :

**Option B** :

**Option C** :

**Option D** :

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**Option D : **

**Number of trees and apples remains 4 and 5 respectively in each row and column.**

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 14:**

Find out the water image of: A V P U 7 4 3 6.

**Option A** :

**Option B** :

**Option C** :

**Option D** :

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**Option A : **

**From the observation.**

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 15:**

A man goes on trek from the bottom to the top of a mountain. He starts at 6 am of 15th October, 2017 from the bottom and reaches the top at 6 pm of the same day. On 16th October, 2017 he starts from the top at 6 am and goes back following exactly the same route and reaches the bottom at 6 pm. Based on the above situation, the following possibilities are to be analyzed.

I. It is not possible to find a point on the route which he will cross at the same time each day.

II. It is possible to find a point on the route which he will cross at the same time each day provided only if he travels on each day with equal uniform speed.

III. It is always possible to find a point on the route which he will cross at the same time each day irrespective of his speed of travel.

**Option A** : Only I is true.

**Option B** : Only II is true

**Option C** : Only III is true

**Option D** : Both I and II are true

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**Option C : Only II is true.**

**Lets assume person A goes uphill and on the same day person B comes dawn hill. There will surely be a point where both of them will meet at a certain time. Similarly, if person A comes dawn hill on the next day, he will be at the same place at the same time on the next day.**

**Riddles for School Math 16:**

At noon and at midnight the long and short hands of a clock are together. Between noon and midnight, how many times the long hand overtakes the short hand?

**Option A** : 9

**Option B** : 10

**Option C** : 11

**Option D** : 12

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**Option B : 10**

**Minute hand over takes hour hand 10 times in the given duration.**

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 17:**

If MENTAL : SMXFOB then ABILITY : ___________.

**Option A** : GJSXWJQ

**Option B** : GSXWJJQ

**Option C** : SGXWJJQ

**Option D** : SJXQJWG

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**Option A : GJSXWJQ**

**Math Brain Teasers for High Schoolers 18:**

As JAISALMER is to JAILSARME, as HYDERABAD is to __________.

**Option A** : HYDAERDBA

**Option B** : HYDRBEDAA

**Option C** : HYDBDREAA

**Option D** : HYDEADRAB

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**Option A : HYDAERDBA**

**Tricky Riddles for School Students 19:**

Which of the following alternatives will fit in the place of ‘?’

AZ, GT, MN, ?, YB

**Option A** : KF

**Option B** : RX

**Option C** : SH

**Option D** : TS

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**Option C : SH**

**Tricky Math Riddles for School Students 20:**

Look at this series:

J14, L16, ___, P20, R22

Which of the following alternatives will fit in the blank space?

**Option A** : N18

**Option B** : S24

**Option C** : M18

**Option D** : T24

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**Option A : N18**

**Riddles for School Students 21:**

What will be the missing term in the given sequence?

ACC, _____, CEO, DFX

**Option A** : BDD

**Option B** : BDE

**Option C** : BDH

**Option D** : BED

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**Option C : BDH**