111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321 (Haven't actually verified this one ... I read it on a bottle cap, lol)
Another:
Assign a multiple of six, in order, to every letter of the alphabet starting with A=6, B=12, C=12, etc. Then take the word "computer" and add up the numbers. What do you get?
If john_v has $100 and lets PK hold $50, how much $ does john_v have?
Here's one to kill your brain on:
Three men go into a motel. The desk clerk said the room was $30, so each man paid $10 and went to the room. A while later, the desk clerk realized the room was only $25, so he sent the bellboy to the three guys' room with $5. On the way, the bellboy couldn't figure out how to split $5 evenly between three men, so he gave each man $1 and kept the other $2 for himself.
This meant that the 3 men each paid $9 for the room, which is a total of $27. Add to that the $2 the bellboy kept and the total is $29. Where is the other dollar?
Also:
Suppose:
a + b = c
This can also be written as:
4a - 3a + 4b - 3b = 4c - 3c
After reorganizing:
4a + 4b - 4c = 3a + 3b - 3c
Take the constants out of the brackets:
4 * (a+b-c) = 3 * (a+b-c)
Remove the same term left and right:
4 = 3
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If john_v has $100 and lets PK hold $50, how much $ does john_v have?
Here's one to kill your brain on:
Three men go into a motel. The desk clerk said the room was $30, so each man paid $10 and went to the room. A while later, the desk clerk realized the room was only $25, so he sent the bellboy to the three guys' room with $5. On the way, the bellboy couldn't figure out how to split $5 evenly between three men, so he gave each man $1 and kept the other $2 for himself.
This meant that the 3 men each paid $9 for the room, which is a total of $27. Add to that the $2 the bellboy kept and the total is $29. Where is the other dollar?
Also:
Suppose:
a + b = c
This can also be written as:
4a - 3a + 4b - 3b = 4c - 3c
After reorganizing:
4a + 4b - 4c = 3a + 3b - 3c
Take the constants out of the brackets:
4 * (a+b-c) = 3 * (a+b-c)
Remove the same term left and right:
4 = 3
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One banana two banana
Three banana four
Four bananas make a bunch
And so do many more
Over hill and highway
The banana buggies go
Comin' on to bring you
The banana splits show
Makin' up a mess of fun
Makin' up a mess of fun
Lots of fun for everyone
How is that even right scrid? Assuming a and b are both 1 and so c=2 in the first set. The second they equal 0 and the last is so not right because a letter represents a variable (say 1) times the letter its next to. You can't remove the letter and pose it as the same equation....?
All of it the way its lined up equal 0. Assuming a=1 b=1 thus c=2. A variable times a variable equals a variable.
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Last edited by bluedragonfly; 11-15-11 at 03:30 PM.
How is that even right scrid? Assuming a and b are both 1 and so c=2 in the first set. The second they equal 0 and the last is so not right because a letter represents a variable (say 1) times the letter its next to. You can't remove the letter and pose it as the same equation....?
All of it the way its lined up equal 0. Assuming a=1 b=1 thus c=2. A variable times a variable equals a variable.
If john_v has $100 and lets PK hold $50, how much $ does john_v have?
0 dollars because I stole his money.
Here's one to kill your brain on:
Three men go into a motel. The desk clerk said the room was $30, so each man paid $10 and went to the room. A while later, the desk clerk realized the room was only $25, so he sent the bellboy to the three guys' room with $5. On the way, the bellboy couldn't figure out how to split $5 evenly between three men, so he gave each man $1 and kept the other $2 for himself.
This meant that the 3 men each paid $9 for the room, which is a total of $27. Add to that the $2 the bellboy kept and the total is $29. Where is the other dollar?
30 dollars total.
30-5=25
25+3(returned)=28
28+2(belboy stole this)=30.
Bellboy should have returned 2 dollars.
Also:
Suppose:
a + b = c
This can also be written as:
4a - 3a + 4b - 3b = 4c - 3c - <--- No it can't.
After reorganizing:
4a + 4b - 4c = 3a + 3b - 3c
Take the constants out of the brackets:
4 * (a+b-c) = 3 * (a+b-c)
Remove the same term left and right:
4 = 3
In simpler terms, you wrote that
4a=3a.
Which is false unless a=0.
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That's cool because I'm never speaking to you again. Ha.
Four and twenty blackbirds baked into a pie
While seven dead frogs rot in the road
Two little boys tell mom a lie
How many freckles can you spot on a fly?
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So... A fully clothed mature male carefully fries up 4 slices of thick sliced applewood smoked bacon... Not counting the occasional spatter and licked finger, will there be enough nectar bacon grease left to fry up a pound of hash browns, and two eggs over easy?
So... A fully clothed mature male carefully fries up 4 slices of thick sliced applewood smoked bacon... Not counting the occasional spatter and licked finger, will there be enough nectar bacon grease left to fry up a pound of hash browns, and two eggs over easy?
Better fry up some more bacon just to be safe. you can never have too much bacon!