Math problems for adults
ACT Math. But are you ready to take on the most challenging math questions the ACT has to offer? Do you want to know exactly why these questions are so hard and how best to go about solving them? These are all real ACT math questions, so understanding and studying them is one of the best ways to improve your current ACT score and knock it out of the park on test day. It will always be the second section on the test and you will have 60 minutes to completed 60 questions. The ACT arranges its questions in order of ascending difficulty.
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The key to this math riddle is realizing that the one place must be zero. Two fathers and two sons sat down to eat eggs for breakfast. They ate exactly three eggs, each person had an egg. The riddle is for you to explain how.
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College math instructor here. My thought: make sure that both baskets have the same number of fruit. You could do this by adding 3 oranges and 2 bananas to the right, but you could also add FOUR oranges and 2 bananas, and then an extra orange to the left!
Unless you grew up to be an engineer, a banker, or an accountant, odds are that elementary and middle school math were the bane of your existence. You would study relentlessly for weeks for those silly standardized tests—and yet, come exam day, you'd still somehow have no idea what any of the equations or hard math problems were asking for. Trust us, we get it. While logic might lead you to believe that your math skills have naturally gotten better as you've aged, the unfortunate reality is that, unless you've been solving algebra and geometry problems on a daily basis, the opposite is more likely the case.