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### 97% of people answer it wrong. Solve this genius fruit math puzzle. The most viral apple, banana, and orange puzzle only for genius with the answer. Genius puzzle series #25

Welcome to our fruity math adventure! Genius puzzle series: In today’s post, we’re diving into a fun and brain-teasing math puzzle that involves some of your favorite fruits: apples, bananas, and oranges. This viral puzzle has been making the rounds, and we’re here to help you not only crack it but also understand the logic behind it.

So, are you ready to put on your thinking cap and take a bite out of this fruity challenge? Grab a pen and some paper because we’re about to embark on a mathematical journey that will leave you both entertained and amazed.

## Puzzle Question:

⇒ Apple + Apple + Apple = 30

⇒ Banana + Banana – Apple = 02

⇒ Orange + Orange + Banana = 18

⇒ Apple + Banana × Orange = ??

## Viral Fruits Math Puzzle Image:

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We hope you had a fantastic time crunching numbers with apples, bananas, and oranges. If you enjoyed this puzzle, be sure to share it with your friends and challenge them to a fruity math showdown!

Now, without further ado, scroll down to see if your answer matches ours, and don’t forget to share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments section below.

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### Equation 1:

⇒ Apple + Apple + Apple = 30

⇒ 3 Apple = 30

⇒ Apple = 30/3

⇒ Apple = 10

### Equation 2:

⇒ Banana + Banana – Apple = 02

⇒ 2 Banana = 02 + Apple

⇒ 2 Banana = 02 + 10

⇒ 2 Banana = 12

⇒ Banana = 12/2

⇒ Banana = 6

### Equation 3:

⇒ Orange + Orange + Banana = 18

⇒ 2 Orange = 18 – Banana

⇒ 2 Orange = 18 – 6

⇒ 2 Orange = 12

⇒ Orange = 12/2

⇒ Orange = 6

### Equation 4:

Trick Part:

If you noticed there are only two bananas in the last equation as compared to third equation which has three bananas. Also, One + Half Orange in third equation but in last equation both oranges are half.

Previous Equation vs Last Equation

⇒ Three Banana vs Two Banana in last Equation

⇒ (One + Half) Orange vs (Half + Half) Orange in last equation

Therefore:

From Second Equation;

⇒ Banana (3) = 6,

So,

⇒ One Banana = 6/3 = 2

⇒ Two Bananas = 2+2 = 4

Also, From Third Equation;

⇒ (One + Half) Orange = 6

⇒ One Orange + Half Orange = 6

⇒ One Orange = 4

⇒ & Half Orange = 2

### Now Last Equation become;

⇒ Apple + Banana (Two) × Orange (Half + Half) = ??

• Apple = 10
• Bananas (Two) = 2+2 = 4
• Orange (Half + Half) = 2+2 = 4

Therefore:

⇒ 10 + 4 × 4 = ?? (Acc. to order of operation, multiplication first)

⇒ 10 + 16 = 26 Correct Answer

There you have it! The answer to the fruity math puzzle is 26. But remember, the journey of solving a puzzle is just as enjoyable as finding the answer. So, before you scroll down to confirm your solution, why not give it a try yourself?

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