There are two types of people in this world, those that love math and those that hate it. The distinction between the two is often seen very early in life, typically when they first start taking math classes in school. Oh, they may do ok when they start out with simple addition or subtraction but when things get advanced, they might begin to wonder why they have to learn it in the first place. It is an endless cycle from that point forward for those that hate math and it doesn’t typically get any better.
Then again, there are those who might not like math but they do appreciate a challenge. That is what we have for you below. There is a number written on the side of each of these watermelons and your job is to choose three of them and have the numbers add up to 30. Most thinking people are going to say it is impossible but that is where creative thinkers may find the one and only solution to this seemingly impossible puzzle. Give it a try and then check the next page for the solution.