Massive Reactions as Social Media Users Spot Math Mistake in Photo of a Stunning Teacher

Massive Reactions as Social Media Users Spot Math Mistake in Photo of a Stunning Teacher

- South African social media users reacted to a picture of a teacher who has seemingly got her mathematics exercise all wrong

- The photo of the stunning teacher was shared by a tweep with the handle @AdvoBarryRoux

- While some of @AdvoBarryRoux’s followers believe the woman in the image is not a teacher, some have argued that the answer is actually correct

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Mzansi social media users were amused after an image of a teacher who has seemingly got it all wrong in a mathematics class emerged online.

Standing in front of a black chalkboard, the image suggests the lady had some math exercise on the board. Social media users spotted it and gave her some corrections.

Sharing the photo, @AdvoBarryRoux, captioned it:

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"But R110 - R16.50 is not R126.50. Kea hana mistress."

The post has left the Mzansi Twitter community in stitches as many of them shared their reactions.

@NkosiMorebig said:

“Shouldn't it read; 15% of R110?.”

@Ngoana_Badimo said:

“There's R300 of 25% also.”

@Paxxyboy said:

“I don't see any student there and I can't tell she wrote such. Just saying, but she seems well prepared for a pic.”

@Ofentse_Maodi said:

“The whole math on the board is nonsensical”
Massive Reactions as Social Media Users Spot Math Mistake in Photo of a Stunning Teacher
A South African teacher is causing a storm on social as Mzansi fans react to her maths exercise. Image: Twitter
Source: UGC

@Kwazimakh said:

“That’s an interest calculation at 15% bro. Nothing wrong with the calculation.”

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In other news, a South African teacher has opted to feed his learners, saying he cannot bear to deliver a lesson to hungry kids. Thoro Samuel Shili decided to share pictures on his Facebook page of himself in front of his class and holding boxes of cereal.

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According to his bio, Shili studied at the Tshwane University of Technology and says he is feeling blessed as he cannot teach kids on an empty stomach.

The kindhearted teacher wrote:

“I Cannot Allow My Learners To Learn On An Empty Stomach.”

Source: Legit Newspaper

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