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With the (blue and black or white and gold) Dress debate well behind us, the internet needed something else to argue about–and we found it.

Turns out, people on Facebook can’t agree on what the answer is to this simple little math problem:

Now, we think it’s pretty straight forward since it’s, you know, clearly a brain teaser made for kids. But, for some reason, people are getting tripped up by the time they get to the bottom of the task.

Think you’ve got it solved? Scroll down to see if you’re right (according to us)!

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K, so here’s the breakdown as to why the answer is 14. One apple = 10. (Four) bananas in a bunch = four. Two halves of a coconut = two.

The final equation has half a coconut which equals one, one apple which equals 10 and three bananas in a bunch which equals three. We’re sure it’s the tricky three bananas in a bunch that’s tripping people up, but now they know.