Aha! Thursday, you sneaky little blighter! Slipped away from me again. I’ve been sick this week, so that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. :P
Anyway, this week won’t be a visual question (because I honestly didn’t prepare anything). So here it is, a maths question that I’ve shamelessly ripped from somewhere else with alterations to prevent you lot from searching for it :P
A farmer grows lettuces on his farm lot which is in the shape of a square. Each lettuce takes 1 square foot of area in the lot. This year, the farmer increased the output by 211 lettuces from last year. The lot used for growing the lettuces has remained a square in both of these years. How many lettuces did the farmer produce this year?
A. Cannot be determined
So there you have it. Answers in the comment section below please. First correct answer (with workings ;) will get £20 towards the charity of their choice. Good luck. :)