# Challenge: Can you solve this tricky riddle about eggs?

Wherever you look today, you see reports of the coronavirus pandemic. Of course, it is essential that news sites report on the progress of the virus and how things are looking for our future.

However, it can be overwhelming to take in all the information regarding the virus – we definitely need a break from time to time.

Something perfect for clearing the mind and recharging the brain is sitting down to solve a few riddles.

When you try to solve a brainteaser, you put all everyday chores, worries, and responsibilities aside for a bit.

The brain gets some much-needed time to rest, and you get a fun challenge. That’s a win-win in my book!

Brainteasers can come in many forms. It can be anything from crossword puzzles to sudoku, or even advanced math problems.

It can also be a riddle!

Sometimes to solve a riddle, it is important to think outside the box, which means giving it a good thought.

How long will it take you?

Okay, here comes today’s riddle. You can find it in the picture below.

“It takes 10 minutes to boil an egg. How long will it take to boil 3 eggs?”

Quite eggy, this mystery. Do you know the answer?

If you don’t, worry not. You can see it below.

Did you solve the riddle on your own? Congratulations in that case!

But if you didn’t find it, the answer will appear after the image below.

PixabayThe correct answer is 10 minutes.

If it takes 10 minutes to boil one egg, it will take the same amount of time to cook three eggs if you put them in at the same time.

Now press that SHARE button below and see if your friends can solve this mystery!

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