MATH QUIZ TO SEE IF YOU'LL BE A MILLIONAIRE!
If Both People In a Couple Can Answer These Three Math Questions Correctly, Odds Are You'll Be Millionaires
We FINALLY have a reason why you should've paid attention in math class. According to a new study, if both members of a couple can answer these three math questions right, the odds are you'll be millionaires by the time you're 50.
--Really. It's that simple. In the study, spouses who both answered all three of these questions right averaged a combined worth of at least $1.7 MILLION by age 50. Couples who both got all three wrong were worth under $200,000 by age 50.
--Here are the three questions. Ready to see if you've got millions of dollars in your future?
#1.) If the chance of getting a disease is 10%, how many people out of 1,000 would be expected to get the disease?
#2.) If five people all have the winning numbers in the lottery, and the prize is $2 MILLION, how much will each of them get?
#3.) Let's say you have $200 in a savings account. The account earns 10% interest per year. How much would you have in the account after two years?
(--The answers to the math questions are: 100 people . . . $400,000 each . . . and $242.)