A few years ago, the hit TV show, "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader," proved to us all that elementary school is tougher than we remember. From spelling to math to history, many of the questions seem to stump the adults.
The show's final episode aired last fall, but that hasn't stopped adults from trying to tackle questions like these. Right now, there's a sixth grade math problem that has gone viral as people debate over the correct answer.
The question presents a scenario where 17 people board a train and 19 people get off. It then explains that there are now 63 people on the train, and asks how many people were on board before hand.
This test question was shared on Twitter by one student's mother, and has sparked an online discussion to find the correct answer.
The debate has been over whether the answer is 65 or 46. Which answer do you think is right?