What was your favorite subject in school? If you were like most of us, you probably werenât a huge fan of math. However, if you loved tricky puzzles and challenging your brain with numbers, you may have done pretty well in math! Today, that love of numbers is going to help you solve some problems where others have failed. Or, at least you will get a good laugh at some of these remarks below. Ready? Letâs take a look!

## 1. Facts.

You know those sweet things people say to one another? Well, if you have a logical partner, you may be faced with some hard-hitting math facts.

## 2. Simple.

The answers below are both wrong. Do you know what the correct one is to this math problem? Also, itâs probably not a good idea to be cocky when you have the wrong answer.

## 3. Mistakes.

Of course, everyone makes mistakes. We are only human after all. Correcting someone elseâs mistakes might make you feel like youâre doing the right thing, but you should double check your math before doing so.

## 4. Doesnât add up.

Math must be really hard for some people, and thatâs okay, but maybe donât tweet your enormous miscalculations. Unless you have a time machine, this just doesnât add up.

## 5. I love a good draw.

When you start with nothing, you often end with nothing. At least that is the case when it comes to multiplication. Should we tell him?

## 6. Time.

Time is a weird concept, isnât it? We start with seconds and before we know it, full minutes have passed. Even after that, hours are upon us, and then days. Knowing how to differentiate between them all is pretty important. However, I suppose love can make you say some pretty special things.

## 7. Mega offer.

Sometimes life makes you think youâre getting a really good deal. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Maybe the marketing people need to discuss their options, together, before posting math-related deals. Is it a good deal? Well, no one knows because you canât buy more than 3.

## 8. Half off?

Percentages have always been a pain for me, so I know others struggle with them as well. That being said, 50% is the one percentage I can actually work with. All you are doing is halving an amount. Someone forgot to tell this person what 50% means, apparently.

## 9. Good try.

In school, we were always told to âshow your workâ so the teacher could see how you solved the math problem. This right here, this is why they have you do that. you can see this person was trying to solve something, and definitely went through a whole process, but that process failed them. The answer is wrong from the start.

## 10. Sneaky sales.

At first glance, this seems like a great sale! The more you buy, the more you save- right? Take a closer look. The math just doesnât add up here. If you buy two of the â3 cards get 4 free,â you would end up with 6 paid cards and 8 free cards. A much better deal than buying 6 and getting 7 for free! Always do the math, always.

## 11. Serving solutions.

If you count calories and monitor your portion sizes, you will inevitably be doing a lot of math. Most of the time itâs pretty easy to keep up with what you are consuming. Unless of course, the product packaging doesnât make sense. Taking a look below, we see one serving has 70 calories, but two servings has 130. Sorry, the math doesnât add up here.

## 12. âExtraâ free.

If itâs free, itâs probably not actually free. Everything has a price, so they say. While you might not believe in that saying, there are plenty of ways to prove itâs true. For example, is this free plate really free?

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