Can you solve this riddle?
(Hint: No mathematical equation or calculation are needed). Answer this puzzle and provide the steps as well.
The answer is 3?
The first line has one circle in it the "6".
The next line has two in the "8".
The next has one in each "9".
The next has none.
Thereby the last should have 3.
Bingo! It is actually quite lame when you figure out. Mathematicians always hate this type of riddles.
Yay! I am actually a bit of a mathematician and this took me hours. I was looking at primes and odds, despite your no need for calculations message.
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