Math Puzzle 2.

Place three piles of matches (coins, or something small, that you can group together easily) on the table. Make one pile with 11 matches, the second one with 7 matches, and the third one with 6 matches.

You are to move matches so that each pile contains 8 matches.

You can add to any pile only as many matches as it already contains, and all the matches must come from one other pile.

For example: If a pile contains 3 matches, you can add 3 to it, no more no less.

You have THREE moves !

Have fun !

(Solution is coming on January 24th.)

#brainteaser #math #puzzle

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Search By Tags
No tags yet.
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square

Request a free consultation

Contact

Phone: 718-450-0578

 

Email:

mathismath.ny@gmail.com

 

  • Wix Facebook page

 Math is Math LLC, Brooklyn, New York. Foundations for Life.