Frustrated Nigerian Man Storms Twitter, Searches for Answers To Quantitative Reasoning Homework Given To Kid

Frustrated Nigerian Man Storms Twitter, Searches for Answers To Quantitative Reasoning Homework Given To Kid

  • A Nigerian man has gone on Twitter to seek help in solving the strong quantitative reasoning homework a child brought home
  • After trying unsuccessfully to solve the tricky questions, he shared a screenshot of the page from the textbook to seek help
  • Some of the questions were solved by netizens, who gave him the hack on how to go about it

Tricky quantitative reasoning questions have humbled a Nigerian man who sought help online.

The man named Black Albino stormed Twitter with the tricky questions that a child brought home from school.

A Nigerian man shares photos of quantitative reasoning homework given to a child as he seeks help to resolve the questions.
The Nigerian mad got frustrated by the quantitative reasoning questions and he sought help online. Photo credit: Twitter/Black_Dee99, @AS_Mohammad and The Good Brigade/Getty Images.
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According to him, the quantitative reasoning was the 16th assignment from the school, but he could not help the child to resolve that particular one.

He wrote on Twitter:

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"Who can help me solve this? Abeg if you know, just tell. Na my 6ixteen assignment be that. And she dey go school by 7 O'clock. God will reward. Abeg help me reason am."

Social media users on Twitter reacted sharply to his tweet. Some responded with answers to the tricky questions, while others made hilarious comments.

It is yet unknown if those who tried to help out got the answers correctly.

See his tweet below:

Reactions from Twitter users

@AS___Mohammad said:

"The reasoning goes: The number in the triangular box minus the number in the rectangular box, then multiply the result with the number in the circular shape, which will in turn give you the number in the square box."

@sir_abdull_ commentd:

"As a unilite, why them dey always think say person go fit do him junior ones assignment?"

@spicemeenah2020 reacted:

"Anythnn calculation count me out."

@Usmanilias2 said:

"Quantitative reasoning, so you've to reasons bro."

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