Learn more about MathCube

Guess the Equation in 6 tries. After each guess, the color of the tiles will change to show how close your guess was to the solution.

There are 8 "letters" (on the daily challenge mode or main regular mode)

A "letter" is one of "0123456789+-*/="

And a word must be a calculation that is mathematically correct.

So it must have one "="

Also, the number on the right of the "=" is just a number (not another calculation)

Standard order of operations applies, so calculate * and / before + and -

Order matters by mathcube. If the answer we're looking for is 10+20=30, then 20+10=30 isn't close enough.

Visit mathcube.co you will be at the daily challenge mode, if you have already played the daily challenge then you will land on the random game mode.

The Daily Challenge is once a day everyone who plays it needs to guess the same equation in the length of 8.

North America time at 23:59 (Mountain Standard Time)

Yes, there are 3 different game types.

**Daily Challenge:** Once a day everyone gets the same equation.

**Challenge a friend:** Do your own equation in the length of 5-12 and challenge your friend.

**Random Mode:** Just play random equations in the length of 5-12( change it to your liking by settings)

Yes, for that we have the random game mode.

Mathcube applies the maths principle called **order of operation** which means that some mathematical symbols (called 'operators') take precedence over others.

Puzzles may have operators in any order but order of operation means that you have to calculate '*' and '/' before '+' and '-'.

So 1+1*2 is the same as 1+(1*2) = 1+2 = 3 and not the same as (1+1)*2 = 2*2 = 4. This might be a bit unfamiliar (especially if those maths lessons seem a long time ago!) but you'll get the hang of it quickly, we promise.

The answer to an equation may contain the same character more than once. Your guess, whether right or wrong may also contain the same character more than once. The color coding Mathcube uses for repeat characters is as follows:

Any character(s) in the correct position are scored first and will show green.

If there is an additional example of this character in both the guess and the answer (but not in the right place), this will show yellow.

If there are two of the same in an equation but in the wrong place both will be yellow.

You can share your game results on social media or any instant messenger using share buttons in congratulations dialogue box. You can also take screenshot to share game results.

Mathcube answers don't use leading zeros or lone zeros, even though some may be accepted as valid guesses. So you won’t find an answer like this: 0+5+5=10, or like this: 01+2+1=4.

Mathcube answers don't start with negative numbers or have a negative number after the equals sign, even though these may be accepted as valid guesses. So you won't find an answer like this: -5-6=-11.