Fancy playing around with your math knowledge and skills? This test then is something you just can’t miss.

Mathematics is a subject that is not loved by everyone, but which on some occasions can turn out to be more fun than expected, especially when it is shown as a game.

Here is a great test to challenge your skills – Sjbeez

So if you want to challenge yourself in a mathematical test and you want to find out how good you actually are at this type of game, then this is the quiz for you: all you have to do is look at the image above to be able to find the missing numbers that need to be replaced with the question marks present.

This is a game that you could also play with your friends and to challenge them you could set different timers and the first to stop theirs will be the winner, obviously if they have found the correct numerical sequence. To then find out the result, you can continue reading and compare yourself with the correct answer so that you can decide who solved the quiz in the shortest time possible and with the right mathematical sequence.

The math test: how good are you?

To be able to solve mathematical tests you need to find the correct calculations that are able to correlate the proposed numbers and at the same time find which ones are missing. Generally the operations to be performed are the same for each row and therefore when you understand the mechanism finding the result will be really simple.

How to solve this mathematical riddle – Sjbeez

If by chance you don’t manage to solve this test, don’t worry, as you will have many other opportunities of this kind to test yourself. Returning to the test itself, we will now explain the solution.

First of all we need to understand what the operations are that connect numbers in the first row: to obtain 36 we will need to do 6 times 6 and 36 – 3 is the operation that will allow us to obtain 33. Moving on to the third row 8 times 8 equals 64, while for the second row 7 times 7 is 49. While 49-4 is 45. So the first operation is to multiply the number of the first column by itself, while the second operation is to subtract the number of its own tens from the number of the second column. So 64 – 6 will equal 58.

So the missing numbers are 49 and 58. And did you understand the answer?