What is the only 2-digit number where the product of its digits equals the sum of its digits? E.g. could it be 37? 3×7=21. 3+7=10. These don’t match, so it’s not 37. What is it then?
This one is trickier than you think!
You can put the 6’s together however you’d like. And you can use whatever arithmetic symbols you want: +, -, x, or /. Tough one, eh?
April is the 4th month, so a puzzle about 4’s seems appropriate. You can put the 4’s together however you’d like. And you can use any arithmetic operations: +, -, x, or /.
There’s one number that equals something multiplied by itself, and something else cubed. Any idea what that special number is?
What’s 62 x 11? 11 x 43? Calculate these and many more instantly in your head!
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July is the 7th month, so what more appropriate than a 7’s puzzler! Can you make 7 even? Or is this an impossibility?
In honor of July 4th, here is a puzzler for you. Our nation has had a lot of birthdays. When counting, what is the first number you come to that contains the letter “a”?
It’s the fourth month so why not a magic puzzle about the number 4. What is unique about the number 4 that is not found with any other number?