# Easiest Math Problems Ever

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1 1+1=2

We (my partner and I) think this question should be number one because, in preschool, what you learn is based on the number 1. You start with 1+1 and advance to greater numbers from there.

1+1 is basically the building block of numbers, equations, and essentially the understanding of everything that has surrounded us, is surrounding us, and will surround us for eons to come. In conclusion, 1+1 (we feel) should be number 2, but also number one.

It is one of the basic and foremost mathematical knowledge inculcated by a school. Even before one gets to learn about the conceptual zero, this 1+1=2 idea is developed in them, although they may not know what all these are - 1, +, 1, 2, =.

But everything is just ready to be vomited out from the mouth.

2 0+0=0

I'm in college, and there was a math problem that had times 0 in it. I wondered how they could make it any easier.

Laugh out loud, this is the easiest of them all. I wish all math was this easy!

It's so easy because you're adding nothing to nothing to get nothing! Nothing could be simpler! Laugh out loud.

3 What is 1? 1

My god, this is so easy.

P.S. Just to say, if anyone asks you, "Pick any number, but don't tell me."

Let's say I pick 20. He would say, "Add 3." I would get 23. He would get 3 because he started with 0. Then he says, "Now add 9." I would get 32, and he would get 12. Then he would say, "Now subtract that number by the number you started with." Okay, well that's 32-20=12.

But do you want to know how that happened? Well, he kept his number and did not subtract his, or in other words, he started out with 0, and 12-0 obviously is 12. Then he would say, "Did you get 12?" You would say, "Yeah."

Mind blown!

Then you start to freak out, maybe even start to pee your pants and all that. So that's how you do it, my friends. I think some of you just learned something new today for those who hadn't heard about it.

4 1+2=3
5 1=1

It is the easiest question because it asks if one thing is the same as the same thing. It is correct, though, which only Rishi would get wrong.

That's the most trivial thing. No proof is possible, not even an axiom is needed.

No proof is needed for this question. It is the easiest question in the world.

6 1+0=1
7 0-0=0

So easy. I mean, if you don't know this, you aren't even ready for preschool!

8 9-9=0
9 2+2=4

This should be #1 because it's the first thing a lot of people think of when they want an example of an easy math problem.

10 1+3=4
The Contenders
11 1+1+1=3

This is "hard" because there are three numbers.

Um... a kindergartener should be able to do this.

12 4-3=1
13 100+100=200
14 5+5=10
15 How many fingers do you have ?

We have twenty! Everyone knows you have 5 fingers on each hand and you have 2 hands. Obviously, you ask me where the other ten comes from, so just look at where you wear your socks. Now you know!

The answer is usually 10. I'm not that dumb (I am really dumb when it comes to algebra).

This is, without doubt, the easiest!

16 a^2+b^2=c^2

I haven't learned this, but it's logic. If you get rid of the weird thing and the 2, it's just A+B=C.

17 H(x)=(x^2)+1 and K(x)=-(x^2)+4. If K(H)=0, what are the roots/solutions?

Solutions are x = 2 and x = 0. Not too difficult.

18 x^0=1

Not horrible. It's a general rule in mathematics that anything raised to the power of 0 is 1. Especially in calculus, it's handy to remember it well.

19 k(a+b) = k*a + k*b
20 509876532144253453453575675x557575978532123467890666

Omigosh, there were three sixes. We are all going to die. (Sarcastic)

21 What is 9 Squared?

This one's very easy. It's 81. The square root of 9 is 3.

22 1x1=1
23 What is π
24 What is ▲? Triangle
25 8989889898989898989898+98989898989898
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