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1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 400 Earth years?

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

5.True or False: Barack Obama was the first black president?

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

9. What condition is 9+2=10 a true statement (no variables!)?

10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

2. Doesn't Santa live in a castle or in his house? Why would he live in a workshop?

3. Three. You said he bought 3 more liters for the plane.

4. No, because then it wouldn't be an all-girls / all-boys team.

5. False, because D-Day was not in 1943, but in 1944.

6. I've not invented any words yet, and I don't own any words, so I can't define it.

7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12

Found it.

8. You didn't specify that each box is a square, or even that each box is the same shape. However, assuming that each box is a perfect square, there would be 5 squares because the entire thing would make a square.

9. If 9+2 is equal to 10, it is a true statement. If you want to ensure it is true, we can redefine each character so that the characters "9" and "10" represent numbers that equal 10 when added together.

10. Depends on how you interpret it. You could come to the conclusion of turkey or ham, or pizza (because it's a normal food, but eaten on Thanksgiving).

11. Left is a relative direction pointing to the left side.

12. Eleven, because each month (except February) has 30 days or more, and if it has 31 days, it definitely has 30 days.

13. Up is a relative direction being further along an infinite imaginary line that a person's head is pointing towards.

1. There are 365 days in a year. How many days are in 4 years?

1460 or 1461, how do I know that they're in the right order?

2. Santa lives in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

Not the north pole you're thinking of.

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 one-liter bottles of water. He drank 1.2 liters, went through security, then bought 3 more liters for the airplane. How many liters of water does he have for the airplane?

Theoritically, 4.8 liters...

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team and vice versa?

Well, then it wouldn't be an all-girls team or an all-boys team.

5.True or False: In 1943, the name of the operation in D-Day was called "Operation Overlord"

D-Day was in 1944

6. In your own words, define north.

mxxplagt nodr ftg blekt

7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12

find h in the equation

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid?

It depends. Need more info.

9. Explain how 9+2=10 can be a true statement.

When "2" is a variable equal to 1.

10. What is a normal thing to eat during Thanksgiving?

Nothing. You shouldn't eat while giving thanks.

11. There is a rectangular house with one room. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

One room with no walls

12. How many months have 30 days?

11

13. Which way is the direction up.

a straight line which, if extended many times its length, would pass through the center of the earth (or whatever planet you happen to be on)

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

1232 x 30321

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1. There are 365 days in a year. How many days are in 4 years?

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 one-liter bottles of water. He drank 1.2 liters, went through security, then bought 3 more liters for the airplane. How many liters of water does he have for the airplane?

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team and vice versa?

5.True or False: In 1943, the name of the operation in D-Day was called "Operation Overlord"

6. In your own words, define north.

7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12
find h in the equation

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size and are squares.

9. Explain how 9+2=10 can be a true statement.

10. What is a normal thing to eat during Thanksgiving?

11. There is a rectangular house with one room. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

1. There are 365 days in a year. How many days are in 4 years?

1461 unless the span encompasses a century year not evenly divisible by 400 in which case 1460.

Both assume using the Gregorian calendar; change your callendar and change the answer.

1440 if you are a banker.

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

No, both the northern spin and magnetic poles are useful abstractions extrapolated from empirical data.

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of water. He drank 1.2 liters of water, went through security, then bought 3 more liters of water for the airplane. How many liters of water does he have for the airplane?

3, unless he is a congress-critter or other privledged person not subject to the idiotic rules instituted to convince the masses that Der Gooberment was "doing something" in which case 4.8…

both answers assuming one does not count unabsorbed water being carried internally….

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

With the right lawyers and judge conspiring, of course he can…

5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president in 2009?

Open to either answser depending on how Clintonesque one wishes to be in parsing language…

Election was 2008, sworn in 2009.

The race of a child of a putatively white mother and putatively black father is arguable.

Whether any prior holder of the office might so qualify under any of the various legal definitions (either current or contemporaneous) is debatable…

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

As the USSR no longer exists, there is no city which IS its capital.

7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12

find h in the equation

7^{th} character from left to a typesetter

Indeterminate to a mathmatician:

h=31 if u=1 & f=1

h=-17 if u=1 & f=0

etc

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size and are squares.

Assumming these are Flatland-style boxes, 5 (also assuming that squares must be defined by the grid to count)

9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

Depends on the base in which one performs the calculation

10. What is a normal thing to eat during Thanksgiving?

Food

11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

A non-compliant dwelling structure (with a comdemed notice posted on it )

12. How many months have 30 days? Do not show your work, others can see it.

Varies by political and/or religious affiliation. (6 if you are an Orthodox Jew.)

13. Which way is the direction up.

Anti-down

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

"3211,232 x 30"

"1321,232 x 30"

etc.

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1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 4 Earth years?

1,460 but 1,461 because leap year stuff.

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

Not really.

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

My brain hurts to much for this.

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

Wouldn't be "all-girls" but it can happen, just won't be "all girls."

5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president?

True.

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

USSR collapsed in 1991. Capital of Russia is Moscow.

7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

Make up a good enough plan and stick with it. I don't know.

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

5

9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

It isn't?

10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

a lot.

11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

3. The ceiling, floor, and one wall.

12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

Not Sure.

13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

the direction you are looking at when you pull your head back.

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

I don't know if this was embarassing or not but I tried.

1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 400 Earth years?

146,100 this number is including the 100 leap days.

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

Yes

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

3 liters, security would have taken the one with 1.8.

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

No, it wouldn't be all-girls

5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president?

He was the first president of the U.S.A. who was black, he did not become black. This question was worded so strangely I don't know whether to say true or false

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

The USSR doesn't exist anymore, Moscow was the capital, and Moscow still exists; all the letters are capital though.

7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

I'll stop imagining I'm in it

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

4, you could count the entire grid as one more bigger box, but the questions specifies all of them as the same size

9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

It's not, unless you believe in subjective truth, and a number equals something different for you than someone else.

10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

None, they're all dead.

11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

one wall, the roof and the floor

12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

11

13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

The direction opposite of the attraction of gravity; away from the ground; positive of the Y-axis

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

I don't think any programing language would function if you added an interring to a string, unless you're adding the string "321" in that case it would be "1232 X 30321".

5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president?

He was the first president of the U.S.A. who was black, he did not become black. This question was worded so strangely I don't know whether to say true or false

9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

It's not, unless you believe in subjective truth, and a number equals something different for you than someone else.

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I recommend copying the questions in your replies since questions are subject to change.

The results/score may be PM'ed to you upon request but you must answer the questions first.

Note: Do not base your answer off other people's replies. They might be wrong. Don't fall for the trap of group conformity.

1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 400 Earth years?

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

5.True or False: Barack Obama was the first black president?

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

9. What condition is 9+2=10 a true statement (no variables!)?

10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

1. 1,461 due to a leap year.

2. Doesn't Santa live in a castle or in his house? Why would he live in a workshop?

3. Three. You said he bought 3 more liters

for the plane.4. No, because then it wouldn't be an all-girls / all-boys team.

5. False, because D-Day was not in 1943, but in 1944.

6. I've not invented any words yet, and I don't own any words, so I can't define it.

7. 2+4f-(

h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12Found it.

8. You didn't specify that each box is a square, or even that each box is the same shape. However, assuming that each box is a perfect square, there would be 5 squares because the entire thing would make a square.

9. If 9+2 is equal to 10, it is a true statement. If you want to ensure it is true, we can redefine each character so that the characters "9" and "10" represent numbers that equal 10 when added together.

10. Depends on how you interpret it. You could come to the conclusion of turkey or ham, or pizza (because it's a normal food, but eaten on Thanksgiving).

11. Left is a relative direction pointing to the left side.

12. Eleven, because each month (except February) has 30 days or more, and if it has 31 days, it definitely has 30 days.

13. Up is a relative direction being further along an infinite imaginary line that a person's head is pointing towards.

14. "1,232 x 30321"

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Old Questions:

1. There are 365 days in a year. How many days are in 4 years?

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 one-liter bottles of water. He drank 1.2 liters, went through security, then bought 3 more liters for the airplane. How many liters of water does he have for the airplane?

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team and vice versa?

5.True or False: In 1943, the name of the operation in D-Day was called "Operation Overlord"

6. In your own words, define north.

7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12

find h in the equation

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size and are squares.

9. Explain how 9+2=10 can be a true statement.

10. What is a normal thing to eat during Thanksgiving?

11. There is a rectangular house with one room. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

12. How many months have 30 days?

13. Which way is the direction up.

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

Yes please.

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1. There are 365 days in a year. How many days are in 4 years?

1461 unless the span encompasses a century year not evenly divisible by 400 in which case 1460.Both assume using the Gregorian calendar; change your callendar and change the answer.1440 if you are a banker.2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

No, both the northern spin and magnetic poles are useful abstractions extrapolated from empirical data.3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of water. He drank 1.2 liters of water, went through security, then bought 3 more liters of water for the airplane. How many liters of water does he have for the airplane?

3, unless he is a congress-critter or other privledged person not subject to the idiotic rules instituted to convince the masses that Der Gooberment was "doing something" in which case 4.8…both answers assuming one does not count unabsorbed water being carried internally….4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

With the right lawyers and judge conspiring, of course he can…5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president in 2009?

Open to either answser depending on how Clintonesque one wishes to be in parsing language…Election was 2008, sworn in 2009.The race of a child of a putatively white mother and putatively black father is arguable.Whether any prior holder of the office might so qualify under any of the various legal definitions (either current or contemporaneous) is debatable…6. What is the capital of the USSR?

As the USSR no longer exists, there is no city which IS its capital.7. 2+4f-(h+5u^2)/(u+f^3)=12

find h in the equation

7^{th}character from left to a typesetterIndeterminate to a mathmatician:h=31 if u=1 & f=1h=-17 if u=1 & f=0etc8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size and are squares.

Assumming these are Flatland-style boxes, 5 (also assuming that squares must be defined by the grid to count)9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

Depends on the base in which one performs the calculation10. What is a normal thing to eat during Thanksgiving?

Food11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

A non-compliant dwelling structure (with a comdemed notice posted on it )12. How many months have 30 days? Do not show your work, others can see it.

Varies by political and/or religious affiliation. (6 if you are an Orthodox Jew.)13. Which way is the direction up.

Anti-down14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

"3211,232 x 30""1321,232 x 30"etc.WARNING: I have an extemely "grindy" playstyle; YMMV — if this doesn't seem fun to you, mine what you can from it & bin the rest.

Thanks for copying the questions in your replies.

I do not know any of these questions lol.

1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 4 Earth years?

1,460 but 1,461 because leap year stuff.2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

Not really.3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

My brain hurts to much for this.4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

Wouldn't be "all-girls" but it can happen, just won't be "all girls."5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president?

True.6. What is the capital of the USSR?

USSR collapsed in 1991. Capital of Russia is Moscow.7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

Make up a good enough plan and stick with it. I don't know.8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

59. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

It isn't?10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

a lot.11. There is a rectangular house with one room and no support beams nor inner walls. Three walls were taken away. What's left?

3. The ceiling, floor, and one wall.12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

Not Sure.13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

the direction you are looking at when you pull your head back.14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

I don't know if this was embarassing or not but I tried.

PVP Legend1. There are 365 days in an Earth year. How many days are in 400 Earth years?

146,100 this number is including the 100 leap days.

2. Santa works in the workshop at the North Pole. Is the North Pole a real place?

Yes

3. Bob went to SFO airport with 3 liters of bottled water. He drank 1.2 liters of bottled water, went through security, then bought 3 more 1-liter bottles of water for the airplane. How many liters of bottled water does he have for the airplane?

3 liters, security would have taken the one with 1.8.

4. Assuming no restrictions on who can join, can a boy be in an all-girls team?

No, it wouldn't be all-girls

5.True or False: Barack Obama became the first black president?

He was the first president of the U.S.A. who was black, he did not become black. This question was worded so strangely I don't know whether to say true or false

6. What is the capital of the USSR?

The USSR doesn't exist anymore, Moscow was the capital, and Moscow still exists; all the letters are capital though.

7. Imagine you are in a steel prison cell with no furniture nor equipment. The door is locked and heavily guarded. How do you escape this prison?

I'll stop imagining I'm in it

8. How many squares are in a 2x2 box grid? The boxes are all the same size, are squares, and grid-locked.

4, you could count the entire grid as one more bigger box, but the questions specifies all of them as the same size

9. Why is 9+2=10 a true statement?

It's not, unless you believe in subjective truth, and a number equals something different for you than someone else.

10. On average, estimate the number of calories a T-Rex eats?

None, they're all dead.

one wall, the roof and the floor

12. How many months have 30 days in the Gregorian calendar? Do not show your work, others can see it.

11

13. Which way is the direction up. Do not say its the opposite of down.

The direction opposite of the attraction of gravity; away from the ground; positive of the Y-axis

14. Consider the string "1,232 x 30", add 321.

I don't think any programing language would function if you added an interring to a string, unless you're adding the string "321" in that case it would be "1232 X 30321".

Test yourself: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1593407-the-master-parkpuzzle-147/#entry19565420

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