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20+20+20=60. How can you make 60 again by using the same number 3 times, but it can’t be 20?
There are two fathers and two sons. They walk into a candy store and each buys a candy bar for 50 cents. The total for all of the candy bars was $1.50. How is that posibble?
Where can you place one line to make the following true, 5+5+5=550?
What number is twice the sum of it’s digits?
What do the numbers 11, 69, 88, and 96 all have in common?
What do you call a tick that loves math?
If two is a company and three is a crowd. What is four and five?
What is the next number in the following series: 100 365 24 60?
6 = 12, 3= 6, but 5 does not = 10, how come?
You want to purchase 3-cent stamps. You’re at the post office and waiting in line for your turn. How many 3-cent stamps you will get in a dozen?
How can you give someone $83 using exactly 7 bills, without using any one dollar bills?
Math time. If you are cold where do you go to become hot?
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