High Life 8 Math Problems That Look Simple But Are Not

# 8 Math Problems That Look Simple But Are Not

The most interesting and amazing subject in the field of education is Math. What? You all want to kill me, but why? Look, Math is so sophisticated subject with full of class and fascination. Many of you have a deep grip over maths or may think that you are the champion when it comes to solving a math problem. Ok, let me check your intelligence. Following are the 8 maths problems, according to the 11 Points, that look simple and you just have to solve it:

### 1. Racks on racks on racks of squares in squares in squares. How many squares are in this image?

### 2. One-Line Equation solve this equation, if you are a genius.

### 3. A tennis flash-in-the-pan (aka the Andy Roddick Dilemma). You have temporary magical powers that allow you to dominate the final at tennis’s U.S. Open (in a five-set match). But the powers will wear off at some point in the match. What’s the ideal score for the moment they were off to give you the best shot at winning?

### 4. Integer? x is an integer and 9 < x2 < 99. What is the maximum value of x minus the minimum value of x?

### 5. How many legs are there in the room? There are seven sisters (in the picture) standing around the kitchen table. Each one has seven backpacks. In each backpack, there are seven large cats. For every large cat, there are seven small cats. How many legs are there in the room?

### 6. Magical two numbers What are the next two numbers in this sequence?

### 7. How Much Does the ball cost? If a bat and baseball cost \$110, and the bat costs \$100 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?

### 8. Another sequence problem What is the next number in this sequence?

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