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97% Of Internet Users Failed In Solving This Puzzle, Try Your Luck!

97% Of Internet Users Failed In Solving This Puzzle, Try Your Luck!
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S o another math puzzle has hit the internet and is driving the existing genius netizens crazy. This isn't over the top math puzzle like the 'flower math puzzle' we saw a few weeks ago. This is something that appears to be so easy at first, but trust me, if you solve it right in the very first go (and better, within a minute) then, my dear friend, you are a certified genius. If you've succeeded at this one, give a try to these 'count the horses', 'the hidden T puzzle' and the 'clever toothpick puzzle.'

All set for the math puzzle?

All set for the math puzzle?

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Can you solve the unsolvable?

Can you solve the unsolvable?
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Confused already?

Confused already?
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Well, there are 2 ways to solve this math puzzle. The first being adding each of the numbers on the left side of the equation and multiplying the value by three. For example, 1+5=6, so 6*3=18. Similarly, the next row goes the same as (2+10)*3=36.  By this logic, 4+24=24.

So...24*3= 72. That's right. The answer is indeed 72!

So...24*3= 72. That's right. The answer is indeed 72!
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The answer is indeed 72!

But there's another amazing method too: 

But there's another amazing method too: 
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If you notice the "answers" of each individual equation, you'll see that the scalar factor of the number nine gets raised twice: 9*2=18, 9*4=36, 9*6=54, and 9*8=72.

Awesome, isn't it?

Awesome, isn't it?
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So how much time did you take to get the correct answer? SHARE in the comments below!

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