1.  07/29/2010, 09:35 AM Originally Posted by rush THE RULES ARE ANYONE CAN COME UP WITH HIS OR HER QUESTION(S) Correct answer get a thanks from the person asking the question. Oh, I thought you were going to say something like "No googling or yahooing the answer" or "winner gets to send me winning lotto numbers" or stuff like that.... you know, the usual. The Law of Logical Argument: Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
2.  07/29/2010, 10:50 AM Originally Posted by Micael Oh, I thought you were going to say something like "No googling or yahooing the answer" or "winner gets to send me winning lotto numbers" or stuff like that.... you know, the usual. That sounds good. ;-) Most question I come up with, can easily be found on the web.
3.  07/29/2010, 11:00 AM Originally Posted by Micael Oh, I thought you were going to say something like "No googling or yahooing the answer" . So Wikipedia is OK then? My device history: - Jim J. (On Sprint for many years)
4.  07/29/2010, 11:12 AM Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis One of the longest word in the English Language.
5.  07/29/2010, 04:02 PM Solve these f + -75 = -156 f = _______ 2s2 - 2 How many terms are there? __________
6.  07/29/2010, 04:19 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Solve these f + -75 = -156 f = _______ 2s2 - 2 How many terms are there? __________ Too many.
7.  07/29/2010, 04:22 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Solve these f + -75 = -156 f = _______ 2s2 - 2 How many terms are there? __________ 5th graders are freaking geniuses these days because I sure don't recall learning that in elementary school
8.  07/29/2010, 04:51 PM Originally Posted by 063_xobx 5th graders are freaking geniuses these days because I sure don't recall learning that in elementary school I believe those are Integers and Polynomials.
9.  07/29/2010, 05:00 PM what is the difference between a duck? Run your ad here... reach thousands daily... ...Now accepting orders for my upcoming iHandle™. Reserve yours today!
10.  07/29/2010, 05:00 PM Originally Posted by rush F = +81 2 terms. Half right
11.  07/29/2010, 05:03 PM Originally Posted by Workerb33 what is the difference between a duck? Between a duck and a hard place?
12.  07/29/2010, 05:03 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Solve these f + -75 = -156 f = _______ 2s2 - 2 How many terms are there? __________ The answer is -81 and their is 2 terms Last edited by Delight33; 07/29/2010 at 05:12 PM.
13.  07/29/2010, 05:06 PM Try these Is 2h - 3 + 3h2 a monomial? Yes or No 2 + 5r + s What is the coefficient of r?
14.  07/29/2010, 05:06 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Half right Ops! -81 positive + negative = negative
15.  07/29/2010, 05:09 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Try these Is 2h - 3 + 3h2 a monomial? Yes or No 2 + 5r + s What is the coefficient of r? I visit the forum to relax. NOT to THINK.
16.  07/29/2010, 05:16 PM Originally Posted by rush Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis One of the longest word in the English Language. Means A lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust. Time to start dusting your houses. Last edited by Delight33; 07/29/2010 at 05:48 PM.
17.  07/29/2010, 05:17 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 The answer is -81 and their is 2 terms Is there really 2 terms?
18.  07/29/2010, 05:19 PM Originally Posted by dbdoinit I visit the forum to relax. NOT to THINK. It is just funny to see the type of things they are teaching our children in school. It is a big difference from what they had taught us way back when.
19.  07/29/2010, 05:19 PM Originally Posted by Delight33 Try these Is 2h - 3 + 3h2 a monomial? Yes or No 2 + 5r + s What is the coefficient of r? NO! 2 + 5r + s What is the coefficient of r? = 3
20.  07/29/2010, 05:23 PM Originally Posted by rush NO! 2 + 5r + s What is the coefficient of r? = 3 No is the correct answer. 2 + 5r + s The coefficient of r = 5
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