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Which color is the seventh square?
Find the picture of the heaviest object.
Select the picture that shows equal parts.
Which animal is the first to the right of the wooden bucket?
How many boxes are there?
Which is the fifth letter in the row?
How many blue cells are there?
Which number is in the middle of the picture?
Which word contains the largest number of yellow letters?
Which color is the third square?
Which color is the fourth square?
Which color is the fifth square?
Which color is the eighth square?
Which is the sixth letter in the row?
Which is the fourth letter in the row?
Which is the sixth letter from the right?
Which is the third letter from the right?
How many white cells are there?
Put these numbers in order from the lowest to the highest .
If you mix red and green light, which color do you get?
What is the number before 6?
Put these numbers in order from the highest to the lowest.
Which picture shows 43 sticks?
How many sticks are there?
How many squares are there?
Number 62 belongs to
Which number appears more frequently in the picture?
What is the difference between the results of team B and team D?
After placing the cards in a single line from the lowest number on the left to . . .
Which picture shows 44 sticks?
How many sticks are there?
What shape is the smallest?
John picked eleven flowers. Anna picked three flowers. Maria picked five . . .
Four knights enter a tournament. How many duels are necessary to define the . . .
What is the speed?
Forty-four knights enter a tournament. How many duels are necessary to . . .
John picked nine flowers. Anna picked two flowers. Maria picked five flowers. . . .
Column D is higher than column A by
How many paperclips are there? Estimate.
The picture shows two dice with dots. How many dots do you see?
How many small circles are inside all three squares?
How many numbers are there in the table?
There are 25 kids in Miss Smith's class. Twelve are boys. What is the . . .
How many rows are there in the picture?
Number 8 belongs to which set?
Which row contains more 7s?
After placing the cards from the lowest number to the highest number, which . . .
John picked eleven flowers. Anna picked two flowers. Maria picked four . . .
John picked twelve flowers. Anna picked three flowers. Maria picked six . . .
John picked twelve flowers. Anna picked four flowers. Maria picked seven . . .
Column E is higher than column A by
Column D is higher than column B by
Column E is higher than column B by
Column E is higher than column C by
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
Henrietta the Hen lays an egg every day except Saturday and Sunday. How many . . .
How many two-digit numbers are there in the table?
Number 154 belongs to
When placing the cards from the lowest number to the highest number, which . . .
Which set of bricks is heavier?
If I spin the spinner once, on which sector is the arrow most likely to land?
Which set has the most wood?
Which city name includes the greatest number of the letter a?
The dots on opposite faces of a dice add up to 7. Which number is face down?
If you select a balloon without looking, what is the probability that you . . .
How many stars will be in the fourth line of the pattern?
Kevin buys three bags of marbles. Each marble weighs 50 grams on average. . . .
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
Henrietta the Hen lays an egg every day except Sunday. How many eggs does . . .
How many numbers are there?
John read 48 books last year. What is the average number of books that he . . .
Where are a third of the cells shaded? Remember, there may be more than one . . .
What is the largest difference between the heights of two columns?
If you select a balloon without looking, what is the probability that you . . .
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
How many numbers that are greater than 60 are there?
John read 72 books last year. What is the average number of books that he . . .
Where are a half of the cells shaded?
Christmas week has two Wednesdays in it. This statement is . . .
We cut a 16 pound stick of butter in half. We then cut one of the halves into . . .
Jim threw twelve dimes. Three times more coins landed heads up than the number . . .
How many months have 31 days?
Find the sum of all the numbers on the calculator keys.
If I give you every second apple, how many apples do you get?
There were 123 men and 321 women at the concert. The total number of people . . .
Anna, Brice, Cindy, and Dan each have the same number of buttons. Who has more . . .
Which letter comes midway between L and V?
A concert area was set up with 19 rows of chairs. Each row had 9 chairs. In . . .
This stairway is 3 steps high. How many bricks would be needed to make the . . .
The graph shows the total amount of money John has saved over five weeks. If . . .
Kevin buys 3 bags of marbles. Each marble weighs 50 grams on average. How . . .
Christmas week has a Wednesday in it. This statement is . . .
A stick of butter weighs 1 kilogram (1000 grams). Jane cuts it in half. . . .
Alex puts at least 1 apple in each bucket. The maximum number of apples in . . .
Jim threw eight dimes. Three times more coins landed heads up than the number . . .
Three boxes of chocolate candies are equivalent to six hundred candies. The . . .
Anna picks one ball from a box without looking. From which box is there the . . .
How much faster does the minute hand move compared with the hour hand?
In 2010, the population of the Italian capital Rome was 2,761,477 and the . . .
What do you get if you add 3 to 33 three times?
Kevin buys three bags of marbles. Each marble weighs 50 grams on average. . . .
A concert area was set up with 19 rows of chairs. Each row had 18 chairs. In . . .
We cut a 1800 gram stick of butter in half. We then cut one of the halves . . .
The buckets start off empty. Alex puts at least 2 apples in each bucket. The . . .
Three boxes of chocolate candies are equivalent to 150 candies. The number of . . .
The picture shows a subway map. Which line has a smaller number of stations?
How many different ways can you score 5 by rolling two dice? (Don't count 4 . . .
What was the balance in Bob's bank account on May 18?
The bus will take one hour, then the train will take three and a half hours . . .
There are 40 light and dark grey squares in the plate. How many more squares . . .
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. A pig built a house of straw. . . .
Two tourists paddled downstream for 1/8 of their journey. After that, they . . .
There are light and dark balls in this game. How many balls are there in total?
Estimate the ratio of areas of the two parts.
If four rows of the chessboard are occupied by chess pieces, what part of the . . .
The pie chart shows the number of men, women and kids in a county. What part . . .
One of the values in this triangle is wrong. What should the correct value be?
16 is 40% of what number?
Find the mean for the following data set 70 88 97 99 100 101 103 110 112 . . .
Which gives the largest answer?
123 is what percent of 12345?
Find the best approximation for: 717 x 114
Find the best approximation
Evaluate
There are 24 pieces of candy in the jar. Estimate how much candy will be . . .
How much of the square is shaded?
Alex will flip a dime 33 times. How many times should Alex expect to get . . .
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
In order to earn an A, students need to score at least 90% on the final test. . . .
Into which set should 144 be placed?
This Venn diagram contains two equal circles. They intersect forming 3 parts. . . .
Which percentage below shows the most likely percentage of tails coming up in . . .
Sasha picks two balls from a box without looking. From which box is there . . .
What is the difference between the sums of numbers in the sixth and third rows?
How many bricks are there in these walls?
Alex starts with number 99 and counts by 66. This results in the sequence 99, . . .
What is the largest Swiss postage that cannot be paid exactly with any number . . .
The graph shows the total amount of money John has saved over five weeks. . . .
We cut a 2000 gram stick of butter in half. We then cut one of the halves into . . .
400 is 40% of what number?
Which gives the smallest answer?
There are 48 students in the seventh grade. There are seven boys for every . . .
Which of these gives the largest answer?
How much faster does the seconds hand move compared with the hour hand?
What do you get when you add 4 to 44 four times?
Order the shapes by weight from lightest to heaviest.
How many pills do I need if my doctor told me to take one every half hour from . . .
How many pills do I need if my doctor told me to take one every 9 minutes from . . .
The map shows a toll road network with the prices for each part of the road. . . .
Mrs. Smith's class counted by 6. Each student said one number. How many . . .
If Anna continues stringing the beads in the same manner as it is shown on the . . .
How many steps are there in the shortest path from A to N?
If the diameter of a pen is 8 mm estimate the height of the tower.
The score is the total number of dots I can see on two dice that do not touch . . .
Out of 150 students, 87 are girls. What fraction of the students are boys?
The pie chart shows the number of men, women and kids in a county. What part . . .
Find the sum of the numbers.
What is the next row in this pattern? This is Pascal’s Triangle.
Leslie Green asks: Henrietta is threading the last bead onto a necklace . . .
How many scheduled departures are on time between 10:00 and 10:30 (inclusive)?
John is driving a bus with 64 passengers. At each stop, half of the passengers . . .
How many dots are there on three standard cubical dice?
Which letter is a part of another one?
Jane is counting aloud backwards from 99 by sixes, saying 99, 93, … and so on. . . .
There are 48 students in the seventh grade. There are five boys for every . . .
Which of these gives the smallest answer?
A school store's expenses and sales for a three-week period are shown in the . . .
A city of 1,111,000 residents had a total of 111 car accidents last year. . . .
There are 16 pieces in a bag. You are going to take one piece out of the bag . . .
John's hourly wage increases from $8 to $10. Find the percent of change.
Which percentage of the grid is blue?
Bobby writes each letter of his name on a separate card. He randomly picks one . . .
Six standard dice are rolled and the numbers on the top faces are added . . .
Figure out the mean of the four numbers: 4
^{1}
3
^{2}
. . .
Figure out the mean of the numbers of dots on the faces of a die.
The picture shows statistics regarding visits to the website . . .
Fifty-two percent of Funnytown's households have children and 25% have pets. . . .
What is the average of this money?
Find the average of the numbers.
What share of the large square is gray?
Which shape cannot be folded to form an open box?
Alex is framing a small flower box by four rectangular bricks. If the green . . .
The base of the tetrahedral pyramid is a square. How many balls are there in . . .
Each term of a sequence of positive numbers starting from the third is the sum . . .
Find the average amount of money in an envelope.
I arranged eight wooden sticks in the shape of a fish. What is the minimum . . .
"1" costs $10; "20" costs $20; How much does "100" cost?
How many seconds are there in a year?
One word on this page is spelt incorrectly. How many letters are there in . . .
Find the average of the numbers.
Which is the most frequent number in the picture?
Find the mean for the following data set 70 88 97 99 100 100 101 103 112 . . .
123 is what percent of 1234?
Find the best approximation
There are 24 pieces of candy in the jar. Estimate how much candy will be . . .
Alex will flip a dime 55 times. How many times should Alex expect to get . . .
Alex will flip a dime 11 times. How many times should Alex expect to get . . .
In order to earn an A, students need to score at least 90% on the final test. . . .
There are 16 pieces in a bag. You are going to take one piece out of the bag . . .
If 40% of a number is 55, what is 44% of that number?
Anna picks one ball from a box without looking. From which box is there the . . .
Into which set should 93 be placed?
What is the average of the numbers on a clock?
The diagram shows my Sunday morning activities. If I do all these activities . . .
At most how many knights can sit around a round table if they must be . . .
In a girls' school with 880 students, there are 33 absent. What is the . . .
The map shows a toll road network with the prices for each part of the road. . . .
A real estate agent sold a house for $400,000. The broker received an 8% . . .
If A = $1, B = $2, C = $3, ..., and Z = $26, how much is the phrase I AM . . .
If the pattern continues to the right and the necklace contains 74 beads, how . . .
Which of the following sales commissions is greatest?
What is the average number of letters in the words?
I shoot arrows at the target. When I miss the target, I get zero points. I . . .
Banzai is a traditional Japanese exclamation meaning "ten thousand years." The . . .
Estimate the number of keys on the keyboard.
How many hours are there in quarter of a third of a half of a week?
You have more shoes than an average child in your country. This statement is . . .
What percent of 25 apples is 6 apples?
Out of 15 students, 9 are girls. What percent of the students are boys?
Eleven consecutive integers have a sum of 11, what is their product?
How many possible outcomes for the sum of dots are there from rolling two fair . . .
The dots on opposite faces of a dice add up to 7. The score is the total . . .
Mario has 99 lives remaining and 9 levels to complete. He loses 2 lives on the . . .
On a number line, point A is halfway between 1 and 11, and point B is halfway . . .
In a survey of students, 2/3 of the girls and 3/4 of the boys preferred using . . .
A bag contains six green, five gray, and four violet disks. If a disk is . . .
There are 16 pieces in a bag. If you take one piece out of the bag without . . .
Mark tosses a dime three times in a row. The tree diagram shows all possible . . .
Thirty-three apples, or 11% of the total, were not sold. How many apples . . .
The US Census Bureau stated that 6,830,000,000 people lived in an area of . . .
If 40% of a number is 44, what is 44% of that number?
On the chessboard, what is the probability that a randomly chosen square is . . .
Which amount of money is the closest to the average of these numbers?
The faces of a cube are numbered from 1 to 6. I roll the cube once. Which . . .
Anna recorded the temperature every day for a week (7 days). It was 22°C . . .
The sum of 19 consecutive integer numbers is 2090. What is the difference . . .
Which scatter plot best shows the relationship between a person's height and . . .
The table shows the results of a competition among 5 teams. How many teams . . .
Each of four children chose one of these cards. They multiplied the chosen . . .
Fifty-two percent of the households in Funnytown have children and twenty-five . . .
What is the average number of stones in a column?
I place 5 dominos face up on my table. I have to get all the dominos facing . . .
On average there are 100,000 strands of hair on a person's head. Hair grows . . .
A school store's expenses and sales for a three-day period are shown in the . . .
There are 16 pieces in a bag. You are going to take one piece out of the bag . . .
John's hourly wage increases from $8 to $12. Find the percent of change.
Tim received the following scores in the online math tests: 80%, 81%, 82%, . . .
A week ago, Anna's jar was filled with 120 jellybeans. She always took the . . .
Which percentage of the shape is white?
One person is chosen at random from the list. What is the probability that . . .
Into which set should 72 be placed?
How many different ways can $50 be made using only $5 and $10 bills?
Bobby writes each letter of his name on a separate card. He randomly chooses . . .
Figure out the sum of the four numbers: 4
^{1}
3
^{2}
. . .
Fifty percent of Funnytown's households have children and 20% have pets. If . . .
A palindrome is a number whose value is equal in either direction. For . . .
Order the shape by weight from lightest to heaviest.
A bus carrying 5 tourists travels to Dogland. Every tourist has a dog. Every . . .
The United States has currency notes in denominations of 1, 2 and 5. How many . . .
Two friends and I have gone out to dinner. The bill comes to $150.00. . . .
Alex and Bill both have some money. Alex is short of two dollars and Bill of . . .
Alex likes 81 but not 82; he likes 49 but not 50, he likes 225 but not 224. . . .
The diagram shows my Saturday morning activities. If I rearrange the . . .
The diagram shows a road network. All cars drive in one direction from A to B. . . .
There are two ways to add four odd numbers to get 8: 5 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 8 3 + 3 + . . .
Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) is one of the world's most famous . . .
Gerry sent three letters to three girlfriends. The postman put the letters . . .
How much does a sales representative earn from the sale of seven $50,000 cars . . .
Find the sum of all the numbers in the pyramid if each number is the sum of the . . .
If I lose 25% on an investment during the first year and gain 20% the following . . .
There were 4,492,205 articles and 21,140,000 contributors in the English . . .
According to a study, hair grows about half a millimeter each day. How much . . .
The sum of Jim, John and Jane's ages is 27. If the twin brothers are older . . .
I decided to save a dollar in January, then increase the amount by one dollar . . .
John has an average of 60 marks on his first Math tests. He missed the last . . .
A sundial (shadow clock) is a device that tells the time of day by the position . . .
There are 5 children in a boat. Four of them do one of the activities below. . . .
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. If two brothers weighed 45kg, . . .
Jane wants to make different bracelets. Which bracelets are the same?
A waiter receives 15% tips from each table in a restaurant. What is the . . .
Gerry puts 1/10 of his $50 weekly allowance in the bank for college. How . . .
The sum of 11 consecutive integer numbers is 11. What is the largest number?
A puzzle used to cost $49.95 but now the price is $33.45. How much is the . . .
What is 1% of 10% of 100% of $1,000?
Gerry tries to play tennis but can only hit the ball 40% of the time. If 80 . . .
In how many ways can Jane put two eggs of different color into the package?
Jane has forgotten the address of her friend’s house, but knows it contains the . . .
Tim received the following scores in the online math tests: 80%, 81%, 82%, . . .
A week ago, Anna's jar was filled with 100 jellybeans. She always took the . . .
A catering company places 14 people around six tables. What is the minimum . . .
One person is chosen at random. What is the probability that he is a . . .
One person is chosen at random from the list. What is the probability that . . .
How many different ways can $100 be made using only $5 and $10 bills?
John chooses one tile without looking. He counts the number of spots. What . . .
Eugenia earned 60, 65, 71, 79, 85 and 90 on her mathematics examinations. If . . .
Which scatter plot best shows the relationship between the time that a bamboo . . .
1, -1, 2, -2, 3, -3, . . . , 999, -999, 1000. Figure the average of all of . . .
The average of a set of 12 numbers is 12. If 1, 2 and 3 are added to the . . .
I placed 6 cards in a box. Two cards are blue on both sides, two cards are . . .
How many diagonals does a regular octagon have?
I have six poles with the length of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 meters. How many . . .
There are five traffic lights on River Avenue. In how many ways can the . . .
Three apples were weighed in pairs and the weights were 200, 204, and 208 . . .
How many 11-digit numbers can you make using 0, 1?
The base of the pyramid is a square. How many layers are there in such a . . .
Only one of these four statements is correct. Which statement is correct?
Which number when it is added to 22/17 gives the same result as when it is . . .
In a survey of students, 2/3 of the girls and 1/2 of the boys preferred using . . .
A bag contains six green, five gray, and four violet disks. If two disks are . . .
Thirty-three apples, or 66% of the total, were not sold. How many apples . . .
The slice that has been eaten had 7 mushrooms on it. What is the estimated . . .
In a class, 95% of the students earned A grades on the first test, 90% earned A . . .
John earned an average of 90% on his five exams. What is the lowest possible . . .
On the chessboard, what is the probability that a randomly chosen square is . . .
What is the difference between the sums of numbers in the seventh and third . . .
Anna recorded the temperature every day for a week (7days). It was 22° on . . .
The table shows the results of a competition among 5 teams. How many teams . . .
Bob the plumber has 8 pockets and 40 nuts. He wants to put the nuts in all . . .
Bob shaves himself 3 minutes every day including the weekends. If he starts . . .
A palindrome is a word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backwards as . . .
On average, how many times must you throw a die until you roll a six?
John owns 3/4 of a timber business and sells 2/9 of his share for $600,000. . . .
A surgeon has two pairs of surgical gloves. What is the maximum number of . . .
Arrange nine numbers in a circle so that the difference between neighboring . . .
What is the average of the first 2016 counting numbers? Counting numbers (1, . . .
Anna needs $250 to buy a music box. In January, she saved $4. She saved twice . . .
Maria answered 22 of the 25 questions on her test. Half of them, she did . . .
The symbol N! denotes the product of the first N positive integers. Find the . . .
What is the average number of letters in the words of the text?
Nine people stand in a queue. The first person takes 9 apples, and each other . . .
Would you rather sit in a traffic jam for . . .
In which word below is the percentage of vowels the smallest?
How many minutes have already passed today?
If X = 40 percent of Y, what percent of X is Y?
Only 26% of 50 students passed an exam. How many students failed the test?
The product of 20 positive integers is 56. What is the smallest possible sum . . .
A bus can hold 66 students. The bus starts out empty and picks up 1 student at . . .
The letters A, E, I, O, and U are vowels. What percent of the letters in the . . .
What is the sum of dots that are not visible from the current direction, but . . .
Martin saves $8 on March 1st. Each day after that he saves $2 more than he . . .
Three brothers share their father's sheep. Father said that the second son . . .
Find the sum of the following sequence: 3 + 6 + 9 + . . . + 996 + 999
Jane has forgotten the address of her friend’s house, but knows it contains the . . .
Gerry rolled three standard cubical dice and added up the numbers showing on . . .
The slice that has been eaten had 11 mushrooms on it. What is the estimated . . .
The population of Funnytown increased from 9,999 people in 1999 to 11,111 in . . .
Bob is rolling two dice and adding the numbers on the top faces. What sum is . . .
The average of eleven numbers is 9 and the average of another set of nine . . .
Fifteen numbers have an average of 15. Five of these numbers have an average . . .
What is the probability that the x-coordinate of a point randomly selected . . .
The average (arithmetic mean) of the 9 numbers is 60. Which pair of numbers . . .
The average (arithmetic mean) of a set of 10 different numbers is 100. If the . . .
In a class, 90% of the students earned A-grades on the first test, 80% earned . . .
Three boxes contain two coins each. One contains two nickels, one contains . . .
Everyone in tenth grade classes voted on a motion. Sixty percent of the girls . . .
John earned an average of 80% on his five exams. What is the lowest possible . . .
By drawing two marks on a wooden ruler, we can measure 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 . . .
What is the difference between the sums of numbers in the sixth and third . . .
Statistics at statemaster.com shows the numbers of elementary and secondary . . .
The Smiths and Petersons went out to dinner. The two couples chose a round . . .
How many different lines can you draw through N points that are evenly spaced . . .
In how many different ways or orders can four people line up?
A pass code must comprise four different numbers from 0 to 9. How many . . .
There are 4 male and 3 female players on a national tennis team. How many . . .
How many times in a 12-hour period does the sum of the digits on a digital . . .
One person is chosen at random from the list. What is the probability that . . .
Two cards are randomly chosen. Two numbers are added. What sum of numbers . . .
Bob the plumber has 10 pockets and 60 nuts. He wants to put the nuts in all . . .
A frog jumps one meter 3 times, and every time he randomly chooses one of four . . .
Henry has 100 roses. He gives them to his dancing partners in such a way that . . .
The Venn diagram shows the result of a survey of 80 students. It indicates . . .
I put 100 pennies, 20 nickels, 10 dimes, and 4 quarters in a bag. I take 4 . . .
This is a standard set of dominoes. One domino has no spots and the greatest . . .
Place the number tiles in the squares so that no two consecutive numbers are . . .
The Venn diagram shows the result of a survey of 80 clients. It indicates the . . .
John sent an email to his three partners. Everybody answered and copied the . . .
There are four referees on a rectangular pitch, with one at each corner. They . . .
There is a legend that a stork brings babies to a village. All parents . . .
I arranged eight wooden sticks in the shape of a fish. What is the minimum . . .
I have four boxes, each containing identically shaped balls: one of them is . . .
In a bakery store, 400 customers participated in a survey on Tuesday. On . . .
There are 9 children in a class and each knows a different piece of a short . . .
How many times heavier than a rabbit is an elephant?
The binary numeral system represents numeric values using two symbols: 0 and 1. . . .
I plan to roll a die 10 times. Which of these results is more likely?
Bob shaves himself 4 minutes per day. If he lives 70 years, what is the . . .
There are 10 green and 10 red jellybeans in a jar. If I randomly remove 2 . . .
The national debt of a country is $16.5 trillions. It has a population of 300 . . .
Given that 80% of IT projects fail, and that 20% of IT managers are female, . . .
I participate in a Formula 1 race. One second before the finish I am the . . .
What is the logic behind? What is the correct answer?
A two-digit integer is 4.5 times larger than the same number read from right to . . .
The slice that has been eaten had 16 mushrooms on it. What is the estimated . . .
Five percent of the marbles in a jar are black. One fourth of the marbles . . .
A bag contains 6 green, 5 gray, and 4 violet disks. If a disk is drawn at . . .
If two dice are rolled 72 times, how many times is the sum of the two top . . .
Which number could be added to the set without changing the average (arithmetic . . .
The first person is 100 cm tall. Each next person is 10% taller than the . . .
Four kinds of apples are combined in a box. I select apples from the box . . .
Alex received a 70 on his essay and an 80 on his final. He got a 90 on class . . .
Statistics show that for every 100 babies born in Funny Town, there are 10 more . . .
As each of five eggs is weighed, the average weight increases by two grams each . . .
One person is chosen at random from the list. What is the probability that . . .
John arrives at a crossroad A from the North. He makes moves each time . . .
99 numbers have an average of 100. Ninety of these numbers have an average of . . .
The average of a set of 12 numbers is 1. If 18, 35 and -20 are added to the . . .
Eugenia earned 60, 65, 71, 79, 85 and 90 on her mathematics examinations. If . . .
I have ten dimes; nine are real, and one is fake. Whenever a real dime is . . .
A chip is placed at the bottom left corner square of a 5 x 5 grid. The chip is . . .
John answered 100 4-option multiple-choice questions. He is sure that he . . .
There are six traffic lights on Speedup Avenue. In how many ways can the . . .
Three apples were weighed in pairs and the weights were 200, 212, and 224 . . .
Four bugs are at the four corners of an equilateral tetrahedron. Each bug . . .
How many coins must you move to form two infinite lines, each with exactly five . . .
Order the shape by weight from lightest to heaviest.
There are 21 cubes in the 6-cube tower. What is the height of a tower made . . .
Successive discounts of 1% and 2% are equivalent to a single discount that is
Successive discounts of 50% and 50% are equivalent to a single discount that is
What is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the multiples of ten from 10 to . . .
How many three digit numbers are evenly divisible by 17 (no remainder)?
The amount of water flowing into a tank doubles every minute. The tank is full . . .
Seven soldiers have lined up in order of height, tallest to shortest. They . . .
The average IQ of 10 students is 101. If nine of these students each have an . . .
John and Mary borrow $3,000 to pay for new furniture. They will pay back the . . .
In a country, there is a baby born every 20 seconds, 1000 deaths every day and . . .
When 4 coins are tossed, what is the probability that exactly one is a head?
Jane picks a random integer between 1 and 5 (inclusive) and Gerry does the . . .
How many 1s are there in the result of the multiplication: 12345 x 99999? . . .
According to Wikipedia Mrs. Vassilyeva holds the record for most children: she . . .
If the ratio of men to women in a company is 5 : 7, which of the following . . .
How many different bracelets can you make from four beads?
Gerry wants to buy Jane a $100 gift in a pet shop. If the sales tax is 10% . . .
The sum of 55 consecutive integer numbers is 5555. What is the largest . . .
The letters A, E, I, O, and U are vowels. Which word includes the largest . . .
If you toss eight dimes and three of them land heads up, what are the chances . . .
If I roll three dice, what is the probability of rolling a six on at least one . . .
A survey shows that 85% of the population of a country speak English, 75% of . . .
There is a 6% sales tax in a state. How much tax did I pay for a car, if the . . .
Jane and Gerry work at a call center selling worthless rubbish to unsuspecting . . .
Leslie Green asks: Scientists and engineers need to use quantities which can . . .
John gets a wage increase of 4% plus an extra $9 per week. His present wage . . .
If Alex gets 90% on her math test, Beatrice gets 90% of Alex's results and . . .
Which of the following is closest to 1234567 x 7654321
When the ball hits the ground, it bounces back up to half its original height. . . .
Five percent of the marbles in a jar are black. One fourth of the marbles . . .
A bag contains 6 green, 5 gray, and 4 violet disks. If 2 disks are drawn at . . .
If two dice are rolled 72 times, how many times is the sum of the two top . . .
A city hall contains 165 chairs. The first row has 10 chairs. Each additional . . .
Which number could be removed from the set without changing the average . . .
The first person is 100 cm tall. Each next person is 20% taller than the . . .
Five students put their sandwiches into five paper bags. The bags are . . .
Four kinds of apples are combined in a box. I select apples from the box . . .
Alex received a 70 on his essay and a 90 on his final. He got an 80 on class . . .
Statistics show that for every 100 babies born in Funny Town, there are 10 more . . .
John arrives at crossroads A from the North. He makes four moves each time . . .
99 numbers have an average of 101. Ninety of these numbers have an average of . . .
The average of a set of 12 numbers is 1. If 18, 50 and -20 are added to the . . .
Anna has a bag with 90 wafers. She eats 14 wafers on the first day. Every . . .
Bobby takes five tiles with the letters of his name and places them into a bag. . . .
Six standard dice are rolled and the numbers on the top faces are added . . .
Two princes and two princesses are ready to marry. Everybody independently . . .
The sum of N consecutive integer numbers is 2090. The smallest number is 101. . . .
I have eight dimes; five are real, and three are fake. Whenever a real dime is . . .
A team of three children, Anna, Bill and Cindy, independently answers . . .
Dueling Idiots Problem: three idiots participate in a duel. They shoot at the . . .
There are 10 girls and 10 boys in a class. A teacher randomly chooses two . . .
Two dice are thrown. You can see all 12 numbers except 2 faces that are on the . . .
A chip is placed at the bottom left corner square of a 5 x 5 grid. The chip is . . .
After a gun is fired in a saloon, 75% of the cowboys have a wounded ear, 80% . . .
If we set out by ranks of 10, we will be one short. We will also be one short . . .
It takes 2 cards to build 1 floor of a card house. It takes 7 cards to build . . .
Anna earned an average of 80% on her four exams. If she never earned more . . .
What is the average of the smaller of two random numbers from 0 to 1?
John answered 100 4-option multiple-choice questions. He is sure that he . . .
Forty non-zero positive numbers are written in a row. The average of the . . .
This picture shows the first five rows of Pascal's triangle. What is the sum . . .
San Jose Scrabblereg; Club No. 21 published a three-letter word list that . . .
In a city, there were seven bridges. There was a tradition to walk and cross . . .
An entrepreneur wants to hire the best person for a position. He makes a . . .
A group of kids with dogs go for a walk. There are 49 feet and heads . . .
Bob is rolling two dice and will subtract the second number from the first . . .
The average of twelve numbers is 8 and the average of another set of eight . . .
Fifteen numbers have an average of 10. Five of these numbers have an average . . .
The average (arithmetic mean) of a set of 10 different numbers is 98. If the . . .
Anna has 3 bags of marbles. The first contains 5 white marbles and 5 green . . .
John has an average of 87 on his two math exams. To earn an A, he must have a . . .
I roll two dice. What is the probability that the two numbers are equal?
Everyone in tenth grade classes voted on a motion. Sixty percent of the girls . . .
Alex received a 60 on his essay and an 80 on his final. He got a 90 on class . . .
Gerry and Jane are younger than 25. The probability that two randomly chosen . . .
Jane and Gerry visit a casino. In one game, they have a 1/5 probability of . . .
John is sick 12 days per year. The probability of being sick on a Saturday or . . .
Abbey has a dog Abby. She places 5 tiles with the letters of her surname into . . .
John sent an email to his three partners. Everybody answered and copied the . . .
An average baby is about 20 inches (51 cm) long and weighs approximately 6 to 9 . . .
The binary numeral system represents numeric values using two symbols: 0 and 1. . . .
0 2 6 12 20 . . . What is the 100th number in the series?
If 2 salesmen can sell three luxury cars in 4 days, how many luxury cars can . . .
If you are a redhead you have more than the average amount of hair. This . . .
If the probability of an accident occurring in 4 years is 0.9999, what is the . . .
Find the sum of the series: 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 + . . .
Alex(A), Beatrice (B), and Craig (C) work on a project. (1) Together, A and . . .
I ask you to pick a number from 1 to 100. I then ask you, “Is the number . . .
Guesstimation A man can jump up to four times the length of his own body. . . .
Alex must match three different numbers chosen from the integers 1 to 33 in any . . .
In the United States, the average life span is 65 years and the average female . . .
What is the average of all positive integers less than 100 that are multiples . . .
Which year has had the greatest number of Roman numerals in it?
Which result ends in exactly seven zeroes. Remember: N! = 1 x 2 x . . . x N
After a test of a code, John detected 2 errors and Mary discovered 3 errors in . . .
John and Mary have equal chances of winning. What is more probable?
After a 20% discount and 8% tax, a set of tin solders costs $540. What was . . .
Every day, a stock price of $444 is either increased or decreased by 4%. When . . .
One bag contains two white marbles, another bag contains two black marbles, and . . .
A school offers the following dinner choices: First course: soup or small . . .
The average IQ of 100 students is 101. If the first ninety-nine students each . . .
Anna spent 120 Swiss francs in a Swiss souvenir shop. She was charged an extra . . .
What is the probability of getting blue?
What is the probability of not getting blue in two runs?
If the first President of the USA George Washington took office in 1789 and the . . .
Javier Sotomayor (Cuba) is the men's record holder with a jump of 2.45 m set . . .
Bob used to weigh 100kg. His new stressful job causes him to lose 10% every . . .
How many 9s are there in the result of the multiplication: 12345 x 99999 ? . . .
John's family tree includes 10 generations. What is the minimum number of . . .
A line containing 9 keyboard letters on Gerry's laptop does not work. If his . . .
Gerry estimates that two angles of a triangles have a measure between 50 and 70 . . .
What is the difference between 11 in decimal (normal) and binary systems? A . . .
What time is it 1234 minutes after 1:23 a.m.?
There are 800 students in a school. The students' average age is 12 years and . . .
How many times do you expect to get 5 if you throw a die 55 times?
If you toss a dime five times and it lands heads up three times, what are the . . .
2 + 2 = 11 In what numeral system is the expression true?
The masses of sugar and water in my 200 g tea cup are in the ratio 1 : 9. If . . .
Which of the following could be the percentage of even numbers among several . . .
What is the sum? 2001 + 2002 + . . . + 2099
The cost of living increases uniformly by 44% in a period of two years. What . . .
If I roll two dice, what is the probability of rolling a six on at least one of . . .
You are rolling two dice and adding the numbers on the top faces. What sum . . .
What is the sum of the first 13 numbers that are evenly divisible by 13?
Gerry and Jane like to look at registration plates of cars that pass by. They . . .
If I put these balls in a bag and take two balls without looking, what is the . . .
I roll two dice, one with the left hand and one with the right. If the left . . .
Buy 2 for the price of 3 and get 50% off! What is the final rebate do . . .
The pie chart shows the number of men, women and kids in a county. What is . . .
Gerry tosses a coin and Jane tosses 2 coins. What is the probability that . . .
Martin has ten thousand dollars in a bank account. The interest rate for his . . .
Jane and Gerry compete in a best-of-three match. If Gerry plays so that his . . .
Cletus is absolutely, definitely, the worst student the driving school has ever . . .
In what numeral system is the phrase correct? 1 + 1 = 10
Leslie Green asks: In a large village community there are regularly women . . .
Jane has a 5-liter bucket with 5%-fat milk and 3-liter bucket with 3%-fat . . .
Anton, the highest IQ house ant on the planet, is taking his regular nocturnal . . .
Jake, being bored on a rainy Sunday afternoon, throws a pair of dice 500 times . . .
An escaped criminal has stolen a spaceship, and has just instantaneously jumped . . .
Despite advice to the contrary from his friends and parents, Timmy has decided . . .
Jane has three parrots. She said that at least one is a boy. What is the . . .
Lottery 6-digit numbers are from 000001 to 999999. A ticket is considered to . . .
What are the odds of getting at least two tails in a row if you flip a dime . . .
Which of the following is closest to 123456789 x 987654321
What is the probability of getting 5 correct answers on A+Click questions in a . . .
One hundred workers complete a project in 100 working days. Adding any . . .
There are 2 different data sets. Set 1: 1, 3, 7, 9, 13, 15 Set 2: . . .
Anna has 3 bags of marbles. The first contains 5 white marbles and 5 green . . .
Tom has 3 bags of marbles. The first contains 4 white marbles and 6 green . . .
If the area of the left triangle is 100%, what is the area of the second . . .
John has an average of 89 on his three math exams. To earn an A, he must have . . .
I roll two dice. What is the probability that the second number is greater . . .
How many different 7-digit phone numbers can be used by a phone company? The . . .
The table shows the results of a competition among 5 teams. Each team plays . . .
As each of five eggs is weighed, the average weight increases by one gram each . . .
The probability that two randomly chosen people in a big city are younger than . . .
In a game, you have a 1/5 probability of winning $100 and 4/5 probability of . . .
What is the average of these numbers?
John is sick 6 days per year. The probability of being sick on a Saturday or a . . .
This formula, developed by Austrian mathematician Richard Von Mises, shows the . . .
Five people sit at a round table. What is the probability that they sit in . . .
This formula, developed by Austrian mathematician Richard Von Mises, shows the . . .
A boy begins walking from his starting point. Each hour, he either walks one . . .
What is the units digit of 1! + 2! + 3! + ... + 2011!? 4! means 1 x 2 x 3 x 4
Abbey has a dog Abby. She places 5 tiles with the letters of her surname into . . .
Two princes and two princesses are ready to marry. Everybody independently . . .
I randomly place three crosses into different cells of the grid. What is the . . .
A 4-character password uses exactly two different digits. Each digit can be 0, . . .
After a rodeo, four cowboys have a meeting in a saloon. Each cowboy has only . . .
Two dice are thrown. Two numbers are multiplied. What product of numbers . . .
What is the average of the smaller of three random numbers from 0 to 1?
How many seconds were in 2012?
What is the sum of all 5-digit integers which each use all of the five digits . . .
Make 727 by using three 7s. You can use any math operator that you would . . .
Anna (A), Bill (B), Cindy (C), and Daniel (D) work on a project. (1) . . .
A venture capitalist has choosen to invest in only one of three start-up . . .
How many different cubes can I make by using six different colors such that . . .
In a venture investment fund, all investors continue to invest into a new . . .
Logic puzzle: Counting down from 100 by one, which number comes next?
What is the probability that two dominoes drawn randomly from a standard set . . .
Tom has 3 bags of marbles. The first contains 4 white marbles and 6 green . . .
Alex received a 90 on his essay and an 80 on his final. He got a 90 on class . . .
This picture shows the first five rows of Pascal's triangle. What is the sum . . .
What is heavier than a cumulus cloud, which is about 1 cubic kilometer in . . .
Eight bugs are at the eight corners of an equilateral cube. Each bug randomly . . .
Logic question. What is the easiest way to make the following equation . . .
A chess queen attacks all squares along its path horizontally, vertically and . . .
We want to merge 4 companies into one large company. How many ways are there . . .
Find the sum of the series: 1/3 + 1/9 + 1/27 + 1/81 + . . .
What is the average of the largest of N random numbers from 0 to 1?
I want to find the smallest number divisible by 225 that consists of ones and . . .
Place the cards into two boxes so that the probability of randomly drawing a . . .
Alex possesses 52% of a business and the rest belongs to Bill. They take . . .
Find the infinite sum: 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + . . .
A player must match three different numbers chosen from the integers 1 to 30 . . .
The picture shows a subway map. If it takes 3 minutes to go from one station . . .
In a country, a baby is born every 5 seconds, a person dies every 45 seconds, . . .
This is a standard set of dominoes. Choose 2 dominoes at random. What is . . .
A concert includes 3 cello pieces and 3 piano pieces. In how many ways can . . .
Anna and Bill roll a six-sided die. The first person to roll a six wins. Anna . . .
You can throw as many darts as necessary at the board shown in the picture. . . .
You roll two dice. Estimate the expected value on the highest valued die?
John threw 8 fair dimes and Mary 9 dimes. What is the probability that Mary . . .
Estimate the total you pay if the meal costs $29, the tax is 5%, and the tip is . . .
John and I have a glass of milk. He drinks half of it and then I drink half of . . .
Five students Anna, Bill, Craig, Daniel, and Eugene commute by bus. Every . . .
Find the product of 111,111,111 x 111,111,111
If the probability of observing a white car in 10 minutes on a motorway is . . .
Estimate the probability that no two of four sisters were born in the same day . . .
How many squares are there on a chess board?
The sum of the integers from 1 to 2,000 inclusive is 2,001,000. What is the . . .
My car can travel 20 km on one liter of gas on the motorway and 12 km on one . . .
A 512-page book weighs 800g to the nearest 10g. What is the weight of 200 . . .
When 4 coins are tossed, what is the probability that exactly 2 are heads?
The sum of N consecutive integers is S. Which of the following equations gives . . .
Veryfast Airlines loses 20% of the luggage. Gerry puts his three favorite toys . . .
How many 3x3 squares are there on a chessboard?
95.8% of James' classmates have different numbers of hairs than he has. How . . .
A ball rebounds half of the height from which it is dropped in a sport hall. . . .
When Jane plays against Gerry in her favorite game, the odds are 5 to 3 that . . .
Six dice are thrown. What is the probability that at least three of them have . . .
James the Mathematician wants to find a partner for a serious relationship. He . . .
Steve wonders "Why don’t I have a girlfriend?" He uses the following . . .
Gerry's income is seven-eighths that of Jane. Gerry's expenses are . . .
Which number goes next? 1 1 2 3 5
The cost of living increased in the first year and it decreased in the second . . .
I got a total of 120 by using five zeros and any mathematical operators. How . . .
If you choose an answer to this question at random, what is the probability . . .
How many ways can five runners take first, second, and third place in a . . .
I bought a 20'' (the diagonal size) laptop with the ratio of the screen width . . .
I throw a coin on a chessboard. The diameter of the coin is a half of the side . . .
Gerry's favorite digit is 7. What is the probability that there is at least . . .
I put red and white chocolate candies into a bag. I randomly took 2 candies, . . .
Coin landing on its edge I flip a fair Swiss franc* and it falls in . . .
I roll two dice, one with the left hand and one with the right. If the left . . .
Leslie Green asks: Criminal gangs have been known to pay vagrants to search . . .
Jane was a naughty little girl. When she used to play 2-dice games with her . . .
Gerry tosses 2 coins and Jane tosses 3 coins. What is the probability that . . .
There are 9 houses on a street. The distance between any two adjacent houses is . . .
Martin has ten thousand dollars in the Mad Money's bank account. The interest . . .
A team of two geeks, Jane and Gerry, independently answers true-or-false . . .
Einstein, the hyper-intelligent house cat, is busy walking from one corner of a . . .
Anton, the highest IQ house ant on the planet, is taking his regular nocturnal . . .
Martin, the mathematical mole, has dug an extensive network of underground . . .
Marek, the pan-dimensional super being, has arbitrarily defined his current . . .
Twenty Knights sit around the Round Table in the following order: 1. King . . .
In what numeral system is the phrase correct? 8 + 8 = 10
Leslie Green asks: The sinusoidal waveform shown has a peak amplitude of . . .
Christmas is getting near, and a four person company wants to run a Secret . . .
What are the odds of getting at least two tails in a row if you flip a dime . . .
Evguenia's teacher assigns 24 math problems to solve. She sorts them from the . . .