If you are a science student and working hard for getting more and more knowledge about your respective science field, this is the perfect piece of writing for you. In fact, most of the knowledge about science fields, especially about math is of very serious nature or you can say a dry knowledge. In this situation, students become bore and they want some change about the nature of knowledge in their respective science field. They want to get some general information about science subjects, but of interesting nature. Gone were the days, when people had no choice in terms of interesting and hilarious knowledge about math and other science fields. Now, get ready to solve some funny riddles about math and other science fields that i have collected for you. I am sure, you will enjoy these funny riddles very much and it will be the best source of spending time for you.
Q 1: In a certain country ½ of 5 = 3. If the same proportion holds, what is the value of 1/3 of 10 ?
Q 2: You Can’t See Me, You Can’t Hold Onto Me, You Can Pass Through Me, I Take up Space, Even Though I Have No Shape of My Own. What I Am?
Q 3: am composed of a metal that burns at room temperature and a deadly gas. Yet without me, everyone would die. What am I?
A: he only thing that comes to mind that is metal and burns is Phosphorous.
Q 4: When do you see sunshine at night?
A: Either in the far northern hemisphere of our planet or on the face of the moon.
Q 5: What is the next letter in the series: "B, C, D, E, G, ..."? And Why?
A: The next letter would be P. They all rhyme.
Q 6: A push on my short side will multiply the distance. a push on my long side will multiply the force. One scientist once said, with me he could move the world. What am I?
A: A lever
Q 7: What has wheels and flies, but is not an aircraft?
A: A garbage truck
Q 8: How many 9s are there between 1 and 100?
A: Twenty Nine
Q 9: I am an odd number; take away an alphabet and I become even. What number am I?
Q 10: If you can purchase 8 eggs for 26 cents, how many can you buy for a cent and a quarter?