Shishu Sansaar | Mathematical Games-1
Calculate the addition of 1 to 10 numbers?
Can you calculate the addition for 1 to 10 consecutive numbers? It is very easy to calculate. You don't know?
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Game No 2:
One day Raam had five guests in late evening. Everybody had taken his dinner so no food was left. So Raam offered them only Laddoo. Raam called one guest and offered him some Laddoo. He ate some, and left some. Then Raam called the second guest and offered him the leftover Laddoo adding the same number of Laddoo to them. That guest also ate some and left some Laddoo.
Then Raam called the third guest. Again Raam added the same number of Laddoo to the leftover Laddoo and offered to the third guest. This guest also ate some and left some Laddoo. Then Raam called fourth guest and did the same as he did with others. He also ate some and left some. Raam again added the same number of Laddoo to the leftover Laddoo and offered to the fifth guest. He ate all the Laddoo and went to sleep.
When they all got up in the morning, they found that all ate the same number of Laddoo. Tell us how many Laddoo each guest ate?
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Game No 3:
How can you do it without adding them? Yes you can do it. How?
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Game No 4
One day Ram, Shyaam and Sundar went for a picnic. There Raam made some Chapaatiyaan. When he finished making Chapaatiyaan, Shyaam and Sundar went to sleep. Raam divided the Chapaatiyaan in three equal parts, 1 remained so he gave it to a dog. He ate his share and kept the other two parts in a pot. He was tired, so he also went to sleep.
Now Shyaam woke up, he saw that Ram and Sunder were sleeping, so he distributed the Chapaatiyaan in three equal parts, 1 remained so he gave it to a dog. He ate his share and kept the other two parts in the same pot and went to sleep again.
Now Sundar woke up, he saw that Ram and Shyaam were sleeping, so he distributed the Chapaatiyaan in three equal parts, 1 remained so he gave it to a dog. He ate his share and kept the other two parts in the same pot and went to sleep again.
In the evening all woke up together, took out the Chapaatiyaan, distributed in three equal parts, 1 remained so gave it to a dog, and ate them all.
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Game No 5:
Raam had 32 horses. His servant used to tie them such that from every side Raam could count them 12. One day Shyaam came and asked Raam's servant to give him 4 horses for one day, promising him that he will return 8 horses instead of 4 horses. The servant said, "Raam counts his horses 12, from every side, every morning. I do not know how I will arrange them like this that they could be counted 12 frfom each side. If you have taken 4, and even afterwards when you have returned 8 horses I will not know how to arrange them in the same way. If you tell me the way, you may take 4 horses." Shyaam said, "No problem" and he told him the way to arrange them in such a way that from every side they could be counted as 12. HOW?
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Created by Sushma Gupta on January 15, 2002
Modified on 06/03/13