# Logic Games Even Former A-Students May Find Hard to Solve

You cannot avoid it; math is everywhere. Besides, it helps develop thinking, teaches to generalize and highlight the important, recognize patterns, and think logically. Therefore, regularly solving even the simplest **logic games** and math problems is not only fun but also useful.

Today, **Cook It** has rounded up a few fun brain teasers. To solve them, not only will you have to remember what you were taught in school in math lessons, but also manifest your out-of-the-box thinking. Without further ado, let’s dive in — we’ll keep our fingers crossed!

## Logic Games

- First, do a little warm-up by solving this logic game of geometric figures. To find a solution to the last (and most difficult) problem, determine which geometric figure represents which number.
- Here, you see a few odd-looking math problems. To understand the pattern, you must have your wits about you and think rationally. What number should be in the place of the question mark?
- Finally, here are some more math problems, but only the first seems acceptable. How to solve the rest? Are things mixed up? In any case, we suggest examining the first three tasks to solve the last one.

## Answers

- If the sum of three circles is 45, then one circle is 15. Therefore, it becomes clear from the second problem that one square is (23 – 15) / 2 = 4. Consequently, the polygon is (10 – 4) / 2 = 3. Thus, the solution to the final problem looks like this: 3 + 4 + 4 = 11. © Depositphotos
- The sharpest readers probably realized that after the sign of the equation, the product and the sum of the numbers on the left side of the equation are sequentially written. Therefore, 2110 should be in the place of the question mark, where 21 is the product of 7 and 3 and 10 is the sum of these numbers.
- What is the pattern in the last problem? Here, you should add the sum of the numbers on the left side to the solution of the previous problem. Thus, indeed, in the second problem 7 + 5 = 12, and in the third 9 + 12 = 21. Therefore, the solution to the final problem looks like this: 9 + 13 + 21 = 43. © Depositphotos

Did you manage to solve all these logical games? If so, you and math are good friends, after all.

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