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petek, 3 decembra, 2021

Mum stumped by tricky homework question – and even woman with maths PhD can’t solve it

A mum was left completely baffled by a question in her child’s homework so she turned to the internet for advice, but the tricky problem left many scratching their heads

A maths question meant for seven-year-old children has caused a lot of confusion on the internet.

Earlier this week, mum Teresa Hopper from Norfolk, took to Facebook to ask for help with a problem in her child’s homework.

She shared the tricky question in the group Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas. Alongside an image of it, she wrote: “I hate homework. Please help!

“Is the answer to a) & b) the same or am I missing something?!” The maths problem read: “Karla says: ‘I have three hundreds counters, 17 tens counters and 16 ones counters.’

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