I was never really good at maths, trying to get back into it.
I have this question:
Pages 6 and 27 are on the same (double) sheet of a newspaper, what are the page numbers on opposite sides of the sheet and how many pages are there in the newspaper altogether
This seems like a trick question... I am not too sure how to take the logic, but I suppose pages 5 and 28 are the numbers on opposite sides of the page?
How do I get the total pages of the newspaper altogether? I am assuming we add the missing pages, 1 thru 4 (4 pages in total) to 27 to get 31?
Not sure how to solve this, and I have no answer key.