Math tests always pose the weirdest questions and make up the weirdest, most unrealistic stories. It’s always “Bob eats 29 candy bars,” or “Sally eats 42 watermelons”. Why would anyone eat so many candy bars and watermelons? Is that even humanly possible? Why not try and come up with more realistic stories?
It seems like this kid agrees with us. They couldn’t look past how unrealistic this question is. In reality, if Bob ate 29 candy bars, he’s bound to have diabetes. We get the feeling this kid might be a future doctor. We don’t know how old they are, but they already know all about diabetes and how you get it.