**Math Riddle: **A hundred stones are placed, in a straight line, a yard distant from each other. How many yards must a person walk, who undertakes to pick them up, and place them in a basket stationed one yard from the first stone?

**Answer: **The correct answer is in fathoming this inquiry unmistakably to get the principal stone and put it into the container, the individual must walk two yards, one in going for the stone and another in coming back with it; that for the second stone he should walk four yards, etc expanding by two to the extent the hundredth, when he should walk 200 yards, so the aggregate will be the result of 202 increased by 50 or 10,100 yards.

On the off chance that anyone doesn’t perceive any reason why we duplicate 202 by 50 in finding the solution, we allude him to his number juggling.