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MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS

MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
MYSTERY numbers & shapes math PUZZLES -GEOMETRY, PLACE VALUE, DECIMALS
Product Description
Here are 6 (2-sided) sets of fun, challenging "Who Am I?" math problems.
First, it includes 3 sets of mystery number two-sided sheets ( two sets with 5-digit numbers and one set with 6-digit numbers) that review place values up to ten thousands and hundred thousands while applying other skills such as greater than/less than, multiples, factors, divisibility rules, addition, subtraction, logical thinking, and more! (These are also sold separately in my "6 Place Value , Word Form / Expanded Form math puzzles & activities" pack)
Here is a sample question:

Mystery Number 6:
I have an 8 in the ten thousands place.
My hundreds digit is greater than my ten thousands digit.
My ones digit is the number of right angles in a rectangle.
My tens digit is the difference between 13 and my ten thousands digit.
My value is less than 87,000 but greater than 86,000.
WHO AM I? ____ ____ , ____ ____ ____

Also includes 2 two-sided sets of "Who Am I?" mystery shape problems (also sold separately in my "7 geometry activities" pack). Here is a sample:

Mystery Figure 3:
I have 4 straight sides.
I have 2 sets of parallel lines.
All 4 of my sides are the same length.
I do not necessarily have any right angles.
WHO AM I? _________________________________

I have recently added a 6th set of problems with DECIMALS (also sold separately) such as:
Mystery Number 2:
My hundreds place digit is equal to 48 divided by 6.
My hundredths digit is half as large as my hundreds place digit.
My tens place digit is equal to 9 divided by 9.
My tenths place digit is worth 3/10.
I am worth more than 819, but less than 820.
WHO AM I? ___ ___ ___ . ___ ___


YES, ANSWER KEYS ARE INCLUDED!
Your students will really enjoy these problems!

Also, feel free to check out some of these other math puzzles or visit my store by clicking the links below:

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MATH ANALOGIES ( Number Concepts, Geometry, Measurement, etc.)

Multiples Maze - Set of FUN practice math puzzles - 3's - 10's facts

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