Question: *”What did the baby buzzard say when it saw an orange in the nest?”*

Answer: *"Look at the orange mama laid!"* (Referring to "orange marmalade")

This question, among many others, is used to make math problem solving more interesting. They come in riddle form or puzzles and can be solved by simplifying mathematical expressions, equations, etc..

Puzzles and games present algebra as a fun and enjoyable experience. Practice your algebra skills by taking on the challenge of finding the answers to the series of questions presented at this *Kenton County Schools*' publication: Algebra with Pizzazz by Steve and Janis Marcy

The single most important thing to remember when attempting to solve hard riddles is that they are meant to trick you. Learn to answer hard and tricky riddles at *Howtodothings.com*.