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As a gesture to thank you all and honor the love we have received over the years, we have carefully selected the best math puzzles for you. While all of our math puzzles are unique, today we have come up with 5 super fun puzzles. Excited? Go ahead and try them all. miss t

## Our most carefully selected puzzles for you!

### Math puzzle 1:

What did the little lobster achieve on the math test?

### Math puzzle 2:

Mr. Smith added six to eleven. He got the answer five and the answer was correct. How is it possible?

### Math puzzle 3:

Imagine a place where 7 experts meet on a beautiful morning. If each of seven people shook hands only once, how many handshakes occurred?

### Math puzzle 4:

A monkey is trying to climb a coconut tree. He took 3 steps forward and 2 steps back. Each step forward is 30 cm and each step back is 40 cm. How many steps are needed to climb a 100 cm tall tree?

### Math puzzle 5:

The day before yesterday Sam was 25 years old. Next year he will be 28 years old. This is only true one day a year. When is Sam’s birthday?

Here are the answers you might want to check out.

## ANSWER:

Math puzzle 1:

What did the little lobster achieve on the math test?

Answer to puzzle 1:

Sea plus

Math puzzle 2:

Mr. Smith added six to eleven. He got the answer five and the answer was correct. How is it possible?

Reply:

This keeps on a watch.

Math puzzle 3:

Imagine a place where 7 experts meet on a beautiful morning. If each of seven people shook hands only once, how many handshakes occurred?

Answer 3:

21 times.

Math puzzle 4:

A monkey is trying to climb a coconut tree. He took 3 steps forward and 2 steps back. Each step forward is 30 cm and each step back is 40 cm. How many steps are needed to climb a 100 cm tall tree?

Answer 4:

50 steps.

Math puzzle 5:

The day before yesterday Sam was 25 years old. Next year he will be 28 years old. This is only true one day a year. When is Sam’s birthday?

Answer: December 31.

Aren’t these math puzzles just all you need today to get the perfect 5-minute break?

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