Moderators: Sometimewoodworker, MGV12, BKKBILL
Roger Ramjet wrote:Here's a simple one: On a 12-hour digital clock, what is the smallest interval between two times that are palindromic (can be read forwards and backwards as the same number)?
MGV12 wrote:Everyone knows what this symbol stands for but what is its exact value? No cheating now
sirineou wrote:between 9:59 and 10:01 ?
Roger Ramjet wrote:sirineou wrote:between 9:59 and 10:01 ?
Is that your answer? Better read the question again. I'd only give you 6 out of 10.
sirineou wrote:Ok here is an odd one
How can 1=2
Roger Ramjet wrote:sirineou wrote:Ok here is an odd one
How can 1=2
You are wrong again. 2=1 not 1=2
sirineou wrote:MGV12 wrote:Everyone knows what this symbol stands for but what is its exact value? No cheating now
there is no exact value 3.14....infinity
sirineou wrote:Ok here is an odd one
How can 1=2
MGV12 wrote:sirineou wrote:Ok here is an odd one
How can 1=2
If you are referring to the Algebraic proof version ... it can't ... that is in fact a fallacy.
sirineou wrote:MGV12 wrote:sirineou wrote:Ok here is an odd one
How can 1=2
If you are referring to the Algebraic proof version ... it can't ... that is in fact a fallacy.
There you go again letting facts interfere with the truth
Let: x = 1
=> (implies that) x=x
=> x^2 = x^2 (squares of equal amounts)
=> x^2 - x^2 = x^2 - x^2
=> (x^2 - x^2) = (x-x)(x+x) (product of two squares)
=> x(x-x) = (x+x)(x-x) (removing x as a common element from both sides)
=> x = (x+x)
Now lets say x = 1
=> 1 = 1+1
=> 1 = 2
How is that a Fellatio ??
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest