4 very difficult math riddles to solve
Before reaching such mathematical peaks, it is vital to learn to enjoy mathematics. This is sometimes accomplished through good teaching. There are fun math exercises.
Precisely, when it comes to exercises, there are some that particularly arouse the curiosity of a mathematics student (whether in university, training, high school or school): riddles!
Some great riddles have been solved by great figures of mathematics. As for others, they are still to be resolved:
- The Egyptian pyramids,
- The City of Atlantis,
- The mathematical genius of important figures: Einstein, Newton, Poincaré, Da Vinci, Archimedes, Hawking …
- The sphinx of Egypt,
- The Iron Pillar of Delhi …
You have to like all this to be able to solve, why not, one day, one of these 4 mathematical enigmas:
- The 100 prisoners,
- The 3 gods,
- The duck and the cat
- The mouse and the cat
Are you interested in the world of enigmas? Then take a look at Hard-to-Solve Math Puzzles. 4 very difficult math riddles to solve