Algebra

Area

Perimeter

Math Puzzles

Types of Numbers

3*a* = 36. The value of *a*.

What is 12?

The area of this rectangle.

28 in^{2}.

The perimeter of this rectangle.

What is 20 in?

Which one fits?

Both of them!!!!!!

Any number that can only be multiplied by one and itself.

What are prime numbers?

2^{2}+*b*= 12 What is the value of *b*?

What is 8?

The area of this triangle.

What is 50 cm^{2}?

If the length of a rectangle is 8 cm and the width is 4 cm, what is the perimeter?

What is 24 cm?

Another term for whole numbers.

What are integers?

The area of this parrelelogram.

24 in^{2}.

The perimeter of this rectangle.

What is 40 feet?

A puzzle in which missing numbers are to be filled into a 9 by 9 grid of squares which are subdivided into 3 by 3 boxes so that every row, every column, and every box contains the numbers 1 through 9.

- Merriam Webster

What is sudoku?

The famous number that goes on and on.

What is pi?

The missing width.

What is 10 m?

A brand name for a numerical logic puzzle printed on a grid subdivided into clusters of squares, or cages, the object of which is to fill in the squares so that each column and row do not repeat digits, and all the numbers within a cagecombine together using the specified arithmetic operation to equal a target number.

What is Ken ken?

a^{2}+b^{2}=c^{2 }Who thought of this theory?

Who is the Pythagoras?

The *area* of this cube.

What is 30 in^{2}?

This pattern adds the two numbers before it, starting with zero.

What is the Fibonacci Sequence?

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