If you were to sit for your primary school maths test again, how well will you do?
I’m not sure about you guys but I hated primary four maths. Because instead of giving us simple 1+1 or 9×9 questions, they started giving us problem sums.
Those are tricky as hell. Or so I thought.
Previously, we wrote about the flower puzzle that drove the internet crazy, and you guys went ahead and took a shot at it.
Guess what? We couldn’t figure out the right answer even till today. But that’s okay because a new, even more, frustrating maths question has surfaced on the internet.
And trust me when I say the flower puzzle has nothing on this.
And the best thing? It’s reportedly a primary one maths question in Singapore.
Can you solve this? Try before scrolling down.
Given up? I don’t blame you.
Hardwarezone, the forum that brought this question up to the internet’s attention had an answer for this.
And trust me when I say the answer is as frustrating as the question.
How the heck do you even link this to that?! And we’re not even sure if that’s the right answer.
All I know is if I was to sit for my primary school maths, I’d probably fail.
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