“How many starfish could there be in the middle tank? List two possible answers,” says the problem section.
Courtesy | Other users explained that the exercise evaluates only the notion of minimum and maximum
The first-grader’s homework, which consisted of a simple statement, left a confusion to her mother, who suspected that the question was misleading and went to social networks in search of a solution, reports The Mirror.
The woman shared a photo on a Facebook group dedicated to exchanging advice with parents during imprisonment.
Some participants also had difficulty interpreting the problem, while others suggested a very simple answer.
“Please, please help. I think it’s a trick question. How did I explain it to a six-year-old girl?”, Mother wrote next to a picture of three starfish and four lockers with the number 4 on the left and 18 on the right. and both mean empty.
“In all three tanks, the minimum number of stars is 4. The maximum is 18. How many stars could there be in the average tank? Give two possible answers, “said the problem.
One of the forum members, who apparently also did not understand the statement, wrote: “Thanks for the brain pain, I’m confused.”
“Karamba! Why can’t math be simple? Add, multiply, subtract and divide,” added another.
While other users explained that the exercise evaluates only the notion of minimum and maximum, indicating that the answer can be any of the two numbers from 4 to 18.
And they advised the student to ask them to find the numbers on a ruler and then choose between them two values.
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