This Second Grade Mathematics Question Will Make You Question Your IQ

May 21, 2016

When you think back to the days when you were in grade two and the questions used to be so easy that you go like “shit, how I did that wrong?”

But then somewhere along the lines when you stumble upon a problem that young kids these days solve, you feel like a dumb fool. It becomes so tough to getting used to the idea that you couldn’t solve a second-grader math problem.

Never happened to you, fella? Too bad as here we are with a tiny math problem straight from the second grade and we bet you couldn’t solve it.

Wanna give it a try? Here you go.

1. Million dollar question.

Million dollar question.
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2. Firstly you subtracted the number 17 for removing the number of passengers that got on the train?

Firstly you subtracted the number 17 for removing the number of  passengers that got on the train?
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And then you added 19 to the equation. Got 65?

3. Wrong answer, person.

Wrong answer, person.
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4. So what happens next?

So what happens next?
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The question gets slammed, of course, for being too tough for a second grader. People were angry that such high level questions are being asked to small kids.
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