Smart Living This Math Problem About Fractions and a Pink Triangle is Stumping the Internet — See If You Can Solve It

00:06  28 april  2018
00:06  28 april  2018 Source:   msn.com

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This time, it 's a pink triangle within a square that has people scratching their heads. Can you solve it ? Author Ed Southall of Solve My Maths shared a math problem on Twitter asking people to figure out what fraction of a square is shaded pink .

Can You Solve the Arithmetic Problem That's Stumping the Internet ? To see more math problems like these , check out MindYourDecisions’s YouTube channel. [h/t Pop Sugar].

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  • Author Ed Southall of Solve My Maths shared a math problem on Twitter asking people to figure out what fraction of a square is shaded pink.
  • Twitter users struggled to figure it out, but some got it right.
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Yet another viral math equation is taking over Twitter, with many users struggling to figure out how to make sense of it.

Ed Southall, author of "Geometry Snacks," shared a photo of a pink triangle inside of a square and challenged people to figure out how much of the square is shaded pink.


Some people gave up immediately.


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