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Not everyone will solve this: a math puzzle with fruits

Julia PeschanskayaLife
Puzzle with fruits

Mathematical puzzles are some of the most interesting tasks that require you to show your ingenuity, wit, and ability to find solutions quickly. Any optical illusion can improve our thinking and cognitive abilities.

The Daily Quiz and Riddles portal published a difficult puzzle on X. People with a high IQ will be able to solve the problem quickly.

The picture shows examples with fruits instead of numbers: apples, bananas, and coconuts. Three problems have already been solved, and you need to find out what the answer will be in the fourth example. To do this, count the number that each fruit represents.

Not everyone will solve this: a math puzzle with fruits

Solution

In the first example, three apples equal 30, so it's easy to guess that one apple is 10.

In the second example, an apple and bananas add up to 16, so if an apple is 10, then each banana is 1. Thus, one bundle is 3.

The third problem raises more questions because the total is 2. One bunch of four bananas is 4, so a coconut is 1.

And the last example is: 1 (coconut) + 10 (apple) + 3 (bunch of three bananas) = 14

Therefore, the correct answer is 14.

OBOZ.UA previously reported on an optical illusion that will make your brain work: you need to find a hidden parrot in 8 seconds.

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