• 11-10-2005, 03:53 PM
nwlilman
Does anyone know anywhere on the internet that has the answers to even and odd math problem in the books? It is the internet after all, there has to be somewhere.
• 11-10-2005, 03:59 PM
whitehawk
Do your work like a good little boy. Tsk tsk.
• 11-10-2005, 04:26 PM
TheMysteriousThug
Pay attention in class it's the only way you will suceed.
• 11-10-2005, 04:34 PM
Jay C
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Originally Posted by nwlilman
Does anyone know anywhere on the internet that has the answers to even and odd math problem in the books? It is the internet after all, there has to be somewhere.

I've always wondered this myself, but alas, the Internet does not know all. However, if you take into consideration the concept of 42 as the answer to the life, the universe, and everything, as stated in The Hitchhiker's Guide, you may come to ponder how any question could possibly lead you to the answer 42 and give you any more meaning to your life. However, if you look at it from an Algebraic standpoint, it might be possible that 42 is the missing variable in an equation, factoring in every universal constant in order to solve any query. For example, if you were to somehow develop an omnipotent supercomputer that could constantly calculate up-to-date variables based on every possible factor in the universe, using 42 as your missing variable, you could then instruct the computer to flip the equation from XYZ = 42 to YZ42 = X, X Y and Z representing every possible answer to the given question, 42 representing the missing variable, and the inevitable X representing the correct answer out of all the possible answers. Therefore, if you were to give the supercomputer thousands of seemingly unecessary factors (such as temperature in the third office on the left in a small office building in Queens, the Price of tea in china, how many hairs on bill gate's head), and enter a query, you would get an answer that would be correct at least 99% of the time, without having to achieve complete omnipotence. However, when I finally completed one of these machines, the universe I was occupying collapsed and I have no recollection of what happened.

I'm gonna make a sandwich anyone else want one?
• 11-10-2005, 04:39 PM
foXtrot
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Originally Posted by Jay C
I've always wondered this myself, but alas, the Internet does not know all. However, if you take into consideration the concept of 42 as the answer to the life, the universe, and everything, as stated in The Hitchhiker's Guide, you may come to ponder how any question could possibly lead you to the answer 42 and give you any more meaning to your life. However, if you look at it from an Algebraic standpoint, it might be possible that 42 is the missing variable in an equation, factoring in every universal constant in order to solve any query. For example, if you were to somehow develop an omnipotent supercomputer that could constantly calculate up-to-date variables based on every possible factor in the universe, using 42 as your missing variable, you could then instruct the computer to flip the equation from XYZ = 42 to YZ42 = X, X Y and Z representing every possible answer to the given question, 42 representing the missing variable, and the inevitable X representing the correct answer out of all the possible answers. Therefore, if you were to give the supercomputer thousands of seemingly unecessary factors (such as temperature in the third office on the left in a small office building in Queens, the Price of tea in china, how many hairs on bill gate's head), and enter a query, you would get an answer that would be correct at least 99% of the time, without having to achieve complete omnipotence. However, when I finally completed one of these machines, the universe I was occupying collapsed and I have no recollection of what happened.

I'm gonna make a sandwich anyone else want one?

Whaaaa....... :confused:
• 11-10-2005, 04:43 PM
Zx30
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Originally Posted by foXtrot
Whaaaa....... :confused:

Exactly....... :confused: :confused: :confused:
• 11-10-2005, 05:08 PM
torrobinson
Little boy, little boy!
Doesnt the back have the answers?
Like past grade 8 most do because before that, they just want to see if you understand the concepts. But do not abuse the back! It is only for checking answers, not copying!

What grade are you in :confused:
• 11-10-2005, 05:28 PM
nwlilman
Quote:

Originally Posted by torrobinson
Little boy, little boy!
Doesnt the back have the answers?
Like past grade 8 most do because before that, they just want to see if you understand the concepts. But do not abuse the back! It is only for checking answers, not copying!

What grade are you in :confused:

Lol, it only has the odds. Oh, and I have a 4.179 GPA. I am in 11th grade (Junior)
• 11-10-2005, 05:33 PM
MagicianFB
I once solved this huge riddle in a class by using the internet. I didn't get in trouble either because my teacher said I could use the internet. He didn't think I could find the answer on it :)

Check the back of the book, I know some of them have the odd answers in the back.
• 11-10-2005, 05:33 PM
torrobinson
Well, I ahve no idea what GPA is... is that only America or what?
• 11-10-2005, 06:21 PM
EM1L
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Originally Posted by torrobinson
Well, I ahve no idea what GPA is... is that only America or what?

Yes, its an average of your grades. 4.0 is ALL A, 3.00 is B, 2.00 is C, 1.00 is D. He has to be getting extra points because of his race of something to have over 4.0.
• 11-10-2005, 06:29 PM
Ha! Ijustfoundmygenesis!
Ooooooooooo I'm in extended classes in 6th grade and I got a 3.7 gpa!
• 11-10-2005, 06:52 PM
torrobinson
Yeah.
Thats because it's 6th grade. >__>
Possibly the easiest of all grades. :)
• 11-10-2005, 07:00 PM
EM1L
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Originally Posted by torrobinson
Yeah.
Thats because it's 6th grade. >__>
Possibly the easiest of all grades. :)

True, thats not a hard grade at all.
• 11-10-2005, 07:41 PM
torrobinson
Yeah, lets wait until he's in high school, and see what thie "GPA" looks like.

Damn High School. All the teachers told us that our grades are going to drop-"guarenteed". And thats just what happened. :sad:
• 11-10-2005, 09:40 PM
TheRaiderNation
Quote:

Originally Posted by nwlilman
Lol, it only has the odds. Oh, and I have a 4.179 GPA. I am in 11th grade (Junior)

Mine only has evens n im in 8th(eight)

Quote:

Originally Posted by torrobinson
Yeah.
Thats because it's 6th grade. >__>
Possibly the easiest of all grades. :)

yeah well im in advanced math
• 11-10-2005, 10:16 PM
torrobinson
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Originally Posted by pspburner
yeah well im in advanced math

W-what? I didnt ask that. :confused:
• 11-10-2005, 10:41 PM
TheRaiderNation
Quote:

Originally Posted by torrobinson
W-what? I didnt ask that. :confused:

Yeah i know i was just sayin
• 11-10-2005, 10:45 PM
FlipSizzles
Quote:

Originally Posted by torrobinson
Yeah.
Thats because it's 6th grade. >__>
Possibly the easiest of all grades. :)

That's not true every grade up to 5th was a breeze for me and then as soon as I got to 6th grade my grades started dropping like bricked PSPs
• 11-10-2005, 11:29 PM
torrobinson
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Originally Posted by FlipSizzles
dropping like bricked PSPs

Haha :Punk:
• 11-11-2005, 01:42 PM
nwlilman
Okay, the reason I have a 4.1 is because I am in AP classes, where an A counts as 5 points, B as 4, etc.

I am in:
AP Biology
Physics
Drama
Spanish 2 (<skipped spanish my freshman year)

Oh, and my high school is easier than my middle school, which was easier than my elementary school (I feel like I am going backwards.)
• 11-11-2005, 01:50 PM
ipfreely
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Originally Posted by nwlilman
Okay, the reason I have a 4.1 is because I am in AP classes, where an A counts as 5 points, B as 4, etc.

I am in:
AP Biology
Physics
Drama
Spanish 2 (<skipped spanish my freshman year)

You're taking those and you're a Junior??? Damn, you must be smart.

I'm a junior also, but I'm taking these: