# Number Puzzles Questions

Q:

111 13 112 24 113 35 117 ?

 A) 46 B) 57 C) 68 D) 79

Explanation:

The given puzzle follows a pattern that,

Number - <last digit> <sum of all digits>.

111 - 13

112 - 24

113 - 35

So

117 - 79

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Q:

Can you arrange 9 numerals - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 [using each numeral just once] above and below a division line, to create a fraction equaling to 1/3 [one third]?

$\inline \frac{5832}{17496}=\frac{1}{3}$

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Q:

 A) 1 B) 7 C) 3 D) 9

Explanation:

In each segment of the circle, multiply the outer two numbers together and subtract the sum of the outer two numbers in the opposite segment to give the value in the  inner grey segment

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Q:

 A) 11 B) 22 C) 33 D) 32

Explanation:

Add together values in corresponding positions of the top two crosses, and put the result in the lower left cross.

Calculate the difference between values in corresponding positions of the top two crosses, and put the result in the lower right cross.

Finally add together the values in corresponding positions of the lower two crosses to give the values in the central cross

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Q:

Crack the series missing Number Puzzle ?

 A) 330 B) 253 C) 221 D) 363

Explanation:

The given numbers in the series follows a pattern that,

3

(3 x 3) + 3 = 12

(12 x 3) + 3 = 39

(39 x 3) + 3 = 120

(120 x 3) + 3 = 363.

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Q:

What mathematical symbol can be placed between 5 and 9, to get a number greater than 5 and smaller than 9?

decimal point [i.e, 5.9]

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Q:

Solve the Missing Number Puzzle ?

The rule followed here is

7 + 3 - 4 = 6

Similarly,

4 + 2 - 2 = 4

9 + 5 - 4 = 10

Hence, the missing numbers are 4 & 10.

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Q:

I am a number I am not an odd number I am higher than 90 I am not higher than 100 If you subtract me from 100, you get nothing. What number am I?

The required number 100.

It is not an odd number and is not higher than 100 and greater than 90.

When we subtract 100 from 100, we get nothing i.e, 0.