-2. Explain why explaining religion in -1 word is possible, also use only a calculator to divide your answer by a 90 degree angle.
-1.Explain quadratic expansion using words only pertaining to the letter 4.
0. Define infinity as a whole number without using any numbers or symbols (n, x, ∞).
1. Derive the Euler-Cauchy equations using only a ruler. Discuss in detail the role these equations had on mathematical analysis in Europe during the 1800s and how they will help us in the future of technology.
2. Find the value of h in Diagram 1, diagram not to scale, no use of ruler permitted, show units of measurement.
2 1/2. Prove how TVs don’t work by only using an apple and a cat tail.
3. If one of the measurements in the triangle has an error bound three-eights of the difference between the other three sides of the triangle (accurate to one-half of a decimal place), locate the incorrect side and calculate a new value for h.
4. Using only an abacus, calculate the percentage error of the 90 degree angle at the corner of this piece of paper.
5. Deduce the letter Y and subtract 100 then divide the number infinity by this number. (show your work)
7. Explain in no less than 48 A4 sides on the subject of why the answer to isn’t 1. Show the true value for it and how you derived your answer. You must show all of your work.
If this is what you think an apple is, you are most certainly wrong.
10. If a chicken and a half lays an egg and a half in an hour and a half, how many waffles does it take to shingle a dog house? Estimate the answer and round to the nearest thousandth. Show all work on the margin of this paper.
11. Calculate the square root of yellow and multiply it by any secondary color. You may use a prism. Show all work using crayon in the correct color of the answer (accurate within 40 nanometres of wavelength).
12. Count backwards in your head from infinity, and show your thoughts on paper without writing any numbers, letters, symbols, or random scribbles.
13. Calculate the amount of peer pressure applied to get someone to drink in high school. You may use either Torr or PSI in your answer. But not e. That’s obscene.
15. Calculate all possible answers for the question: “How long won’t it take you to complete this test?” Using only an eraser and a protractor. Show all work, but only as far as manual labor.
19. What is the value of the hypotenuse when nothing really matters anymore?
20,3. Joshua is 85 years old. When he is walking down the stairs, there is a probability of 76% that he will fall. If he falls, there is a probability of 98% that he will break his spine. If he breaks his spine, there is a probability of 82% that he will be paralyzed. There is also a probability of 95% that this will happen one week before his birthday. He may also die (54%). Calculate the probability of this: Joshua falls down the stairs, does not break his spine, still becomes paralyzed, all 46 days before his birthday. Joshua does not die then, but dies later, on his birthday.
22. How many kittens could a woodchuck huff if a woodchuck could huff kittens?
23. If it is Thursday and the person sitting beside you is smoking a clarinet, then how many sevens can fit into an upside down 4? Use basic Trigonometry and the Pythagorean theorem.
24. Using only prime numbers, describe the relation between yesterday and tomorrow. Once you have found that answer, cook a hamburger with a blow dryer and sell it on the black market.
26. Choose at least two problems from this list: P vs. NP. Solve using only the slide rule provided. Once you have solved the problem, explain, in detail and at great personal risk, the effect that this equation might have had on the Renaissance period of Sierra Leone. All work must be typed. You may not use a computer, typewriter, or any other print-setting device.
28. If a=b, b=c, and c is a prime number, why does j have a dot at the top? Express your answer in scientific notation. You may only use ink obtained by cutting a calculator in half lengthwise. Points will be deducted for cutting the calculator into any fraction other than 1/2 or by cutting any way other than lengthwise. Explain your answer without using any recognizable characters.
29. If a starving African lion is released into a room where someone is taking an IQ test, and it leaps at an angle of 37 degrees towards the test-taker, how far can it travel? You will test your answer in a live simulation in approximately 47 seconds.
30. Write out, on the back of your paper, all possible answers for the equation x=x. All answers must be given for credit.
32. Write the correct value of infinity divided by 3 to 7 decimal places.
33. Using the Alternative Theory of Mathematics, solve for x, in which x is equal to the number of fingers on your foot. Unacceptable answers are: anything involving a decimal, fraction, or percentage, infinity, any number less than or equal to 0, or anything other than a number greater than 9000. Note: If you are a Neanderthal or a primate, skip this question- it will not count against you.
34. There are five babies. Differentiate this function in terms of pink.
36. Only using similar triangles, prove that the sky is blue.
37. If e is equal to Pi, and Pi is equal to blueberry, how much does (aj^2 + bj + c + j) equal in terms of Pi? Integrate any function using blueberry.
42. Why does 1+1 equal 2, 0, 10, 11, any number, and “window” simultaneously?
43. Disprove all Euclidean geometry with nothing but Euclidean geometry and a 38-dimensional tesseract. Show your work by carving it into the back of a live crocodile. You may not sedate the crocodile. Failure to do so will result in a total collapse of the universe.
44. In a linear function, let n=5 and m=mudkip. How many apples did the mudkip made minion, if a woodchuck could chuck seashells?