I Had 3 Dollars Riddle

Question: I had $3.00. My mom gave me $10.00 while my dad gave me $30.00. My aunt and uncle gave me $100.00. I had another $5.00. How much did I have?

Answer: The correct answer is 8 dollars. If you read the question carefully, the question asked about your first money with “how much money Did I really have?”.

The money you had is 10 dollars. That is before your parents and relatives gave you additional money.

In any case, given that the rationale and time of the strained are before, it is sheltered to accept that the inquiry relates to the cash you had before you gotten outside cash from another person.

Therefore, you had 3 dollars and another 5 dollars originally with you, which sums up to 8 dollars.

2 Replies to “I Had 3 Dollars Riddle”

  1. Badly written riddle. It relies on present and past tense which would mean how much DOES he have v how much DID he have.

    If you go by HAD, then yes he HAD 8 dollars.
    Does he HAVE all of that money NOW, or is it asking HOW MUCH DID HE HAVE BEFORE.

    Really badly written riddle.

    A riddle that is badly done. Not even a real riddle.

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