A BAFFLING maths quiz packed with tricky problems is asking people to put their arithmetic skills to the test. Yes that’s right, the mind-boggling maths quiz is challenging Brits to see how well they score in a 25-question quiz. The fiendishly tricky quiz’s creator, Terry Stein, took to Playbuzz to share the test and claims it has been ‘driving the internet crazy.’ Combining arithmetic, adding, subtraction, logic and percentages, this quiz is bound to leave many people scratching their heads. Think you can master the mind-bending maths quiz? Scroll down to see if you’ve got what it takes. </div Meanwhile this tricky brainteaser asks how quickly you can spot the classic cars hidden in this picture. And this mind-bending optical illusion is asking people to stare at a grid for 20 seconds – but what do YOU see? Fancy another challenge? This wacky words brainteaser asks if you can identify all the well known sayings in this puzzle. Brain frying optical illusion will leave you wondering what you are seeing
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