The “hardest SAT problem” is wrong

You have to think about this one. #math #maths #mathematics #shorts

I honestly would have mindlessly solved the question myself without thinking. I’ve seen versions of this problem. I think this the link below the original video but do let me know if another video was earlier so I can provide proper credit:


Can you solve it? #sat #psat #math #act #tiktokmathteacher #testprep #1600 #yourbummymathtutor #WrappingGifts #HolidayTreats #StrikeAPosay #fyp

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