There are 7 girls in a bus.

Each girl has 7 backpacks.

In each backpack, there are 7 cats.

For every cat, there are 7 kittens.

How many legs are there in the bus?

PS: Paws are considered legs, and a cat has 4 paws.

PPS: This is a real math problem, not a trick question.

**ANSWER**:

*10,990 (or 10,992 if you're assuming there's a bus driver).*
**EXPLANATION**: Let's start with the girl legs. There are 7 girls × 2 = 14 girl legs. Now
let's count the cat legs. There are 49 backpacks which means there are 343 cats × 4 = 1,372 cat
legs. Finally, let's count the kitten legs. There are 343 cats which means there are 2,401 kittens
× 4 = 9,604 kitten legs. The total number of legs is 14 + 1,372 + 9,604 = 10,990 (or 10,992 if
you're assuming there's a bus driver).

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