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    Achievements earned during the last question: 1

    Lefty7788 earns Reliability (+100 points) - Trusted to write a question of a day.


    (Mandelbrot) In a certain math class, two-thirds of the students are girls. Suppose that one-quarter of the girls are asleep, while two-fifths of the boys are asleep. What fraction of the class is awake?


    Lefty, what is your answer and lucky prime? Either place it here or in the comments section! If possibl…



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    Like irrational numbers?

    Click this link to go to Irrational Numbers Wiki

    http://irrational-numbers.wikia.com/wiki/User_talk:Dalek-James

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  • 3primetime3

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    Lefty, it's your turn to create the question of the day and lucky prime hunt! What question do you have in mind?



    The answer was one. Looking at the divisibility rule for 3, it is an easy question to solve!

    The lucky prime was 1049.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 3020 points (2 achvmt pkgs) - Three more to get the next lucky prime badge!

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

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  • 3primetime3

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    Achievements earned during this question: 2 - Quick Thinker!


    What is the remainder when 26351640651408498407654616084894940560561052 is divided by 3?

    Lucky Prime: It is an odd 3-digit number with a 3 in it!


    Everyone got it right! Good work!

    The lucky prime was 1049.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 3010 points (2 achvmt pkgs) - Three more to get the next lucky prime badge!

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    Achievements earned during this question: 0


    What is the value of C+E from yesterday's question? Both C and E were in the equation!

    Lucky Prime: It is an odd 4-digit number with a 4 in it!


    Everyone got it right! Good work!

    The lucky prime was 997.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2990 points (2 achvmt pkgs) - Three more to get the next lucky prime badge!

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Minipop56: 470 po…




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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    Achievements earned during this question: 0, but good job for Lefty7788 and Minipop56 for getting the Lucky Prime correct. Since they are getting too easy now, I will go back to you guys guessing the lucky prime.

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    Ethan lives at one end of Park Avenue. Brian lives at the other end of the avenue. It is 5.8 kilometers from one end of Park Avenue to the other. If Ethan walks 2.79 kilometers tow…


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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    Achievements earned during this question: 0, but good job for Lefty7788 and Minipop56 for getting the Lucky Prime correct. Since they are getting too easy now, I will go back to you guys guessing the lucky prime.

    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 2

    EPIC: Lucky Primer (+200 points): Congratulations! You have guessed the lucky prime correctly. Get the Lucky Prime three more times to earn the next achievement! FIRST FOUNDE…

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    Achievements earned during this question: 0, but good job for Lefty7788 and Minipop56 for getting the Lucky Prime correct. Since they are getting too easy now, I will go back to you guys guessing the lucky prime.



    What is the greatest common factor of (83!/81!) and (84!/82!) ? (No calculators)

    Lucky Prime Hint: Lucky prime hint: This number is one more than life, the universe, and everything.


    The answer was 87% and the Lucky Prime was 103. G…




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  • 3primetime3

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    Trustworthiness badge: Reliability (+100 points) - Trusted to write a question of a day. FOUNDED BY MINIPOP56



    Several students each took the same exam. One group of ten students averaged an 80%. A second group, with twice as many students, averaged an 85%. A third group of students which was composed of fifty percent of all students who took the exam, averaged an 90%. If every student is …



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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    Minipop56, it's time for you to create your own question and Lucky Prime! Place your question in the comments section, and everyone will respond.


    The Lucky Prime number was 47. Morse code is too easy.

    I get 2166 as a solution.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2660 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 365 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. Wikia Contributor 69.235...: 230 points …





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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION:1

    Lefty7788, congratulations for getting the lucky prime correct!

    SUN BADGE: Lucky Primer (+100 points): Congratulations! You have guessed the lucky prime correctly. Get the Lucky Prime two more times to earn the next achievement!


    Today is March 1st, 2014, Mr. Two-Thousand-One-Hundred-Sixty-Seven's Birthday. Mr. Two-Thousand-One-Hundred-Sixty-Seven was born in the year 153 B.C. How old is…


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  • 3primetime3

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    Mr. Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff had his students practicing their math. He asked his kids to write as many different addition problems as they could where two whole numbers added up to 10. How many ways can two whole numbers add up to 10? Note that the addition problems a+b and b+a should be considered different problems.

    Lucky Prime Hint: -24


    The Lucky Prime number was 523. Remo…



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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    This is the same question from yesterday. No one answered?

    I just want to mention that the lucky prime challenge is very difficult. It either requires very good logic skills or guess work (or neither) :]

    How many sets of 7 integers from 1 to 100 inclusive have a median of 84, a dual mode of 88 and 78, and a mean of 84? (Calculators are permitted).

    Lucky Prime Hint: Xoaxsctxlxnn lxxlax 3 isx…


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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    I just want to mention that the lucky prime challenge is very difficult. It either requires very good logic skills or guess work (or neither) :]

    How many sets of 7 integers from 1 to 100 inclusive have a median of 84, a dual mode of 88 and 78, and a mean of 84? (Calculators are permitted).

    Lucky Prime Hint: Xoaxsctxlxnn lxxlax 3 isxdtxlg wxxnhsxo xnxi xhxexxtx dxxoaxkxxnxxbxrxcxuxg fxox xtx…


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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    A painter takes two days to paint a room (all four walls and the ceiling). If he works at the same pace, how many days will it take him to paint a room that is twice as wide, twice as long, and twice as high? Calculators are permitted.

    Lucky Prime Hint: "If you're paying attention, you'll realize almost immediately that what the writer is saying is ... ABSOLUTELY NOTHING."


    The answer is 855…



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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! I'm seeing a lot of new users! That's so great!

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    For each positive two-digt integer, John adds the two digits. For example, 34 gives 3+4=7. What is the sum of all of his results?

    CHALLENGE (50 points): Bill plays a game in which he rolls two fair standard six-sided dice with sides labeled one through six. He wins if the number on one of the dice is three times the number on the other die. If Bill plays this game three times, compute th…


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    Hey guys! New users: even if an answer is already seen in the comments section, still write your answer. The answers not written by me still might not be right.

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    What is the value of 3 thousandths + 2 hundredths + 4 tenths + 2 ones?

    Lucky Prime Hint: It is a four digit number.


    The answer was 18.

    The Lucky Prime was 31.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2575 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 355 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. Wikia COntributor 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. ZombieBird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario345…




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    +10 points: Quick Thinker!



    Mr. Kelly is building a 60-foot-long ramp that will be 24 feet high at the highest point. He wants to place a vertical support beam under the ramp with its top 15 feet down the length of the ramp. How long does he need to make the support beam? (Calculators are permitted).

    Lucky Prime Hint:It is a two digit number.


    The answer was 4.

    The Lucky Prime was 7. There actually was a logical way to get this number.


    1. B…





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    No calculators! What is the units digit of the product (3^75)(2^113). Show your work for full credit.

    lucksy preime hint: no hvint will be proevided for this numnber.


    The Lucky Prime was 7919.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2535 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 330 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. Wikia COntributor 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. ZombieBird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 45 po…





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    How many sides does a convex polygon with 20 diagonals have?

    Lucky Prime Hint: This number does not have any even numbers in them.


    The previous answer was 75. Lucky Prime 3.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2535 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 330 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. Wikia COntributor 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. ZombieBird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 45 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    8…





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    Lisa has to do math homework this week. Over this week, her teacher assigned the following questions: #1-50 odd, 44-56 even, 115068-115110 all. How many questions will she have to do?


    Blueeighthnote, please leave your solution and lucky prime here. I really hope more people see this wiki.

    The previous answer was 26. Lucky Prime 733. You were really close, Blueeighthnote!


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    If u+w=x and w+x=y and x+y=z, what is the integer value of the sum u+w+x+y+z, given that u=8 and z=10?


    Blueeighthnote, please leave your solution and lucky prime here. I really hope more people see this wiki. It is so lonely - you and me :(


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2520 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 430 points (1 achvmt pkg) -100 points = 330

    5. Wikia COntributor 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! New users: even if an answer is already seen in the comments section, still write your answer. The answers not written by me still might not be right.

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    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 1

    EPIC: Lucky Primer (+100 points): Congratulations! You have guessed the lucky prime correctly. Get the Lucky Prime two more times to earn the next achievement! FOUNDED BY BLUEEIGHTHNOTE

    Julianthewiki, I am rescinding your Reliability badge.


    Blueeighthnote, so sorry for what has happened over the last two days. But now it is your turn to create the next question of the day and lucky prime. Create it, and place it in the comments sec…



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    Hey guys! New users: even if an answer is already seen in the comments section, still write your answer. The answers not written by me still might not be right.

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    And I guess no one answered yesterday :(

    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 1

    EPIC: Lucky Primer (+100 points): Congratulations! You have guessed the lucky prime correctly. Get the Lucky Prime two more times to earn the next achievement! FIRST FOUNDED BY JULIANTHEWIKI.


    Julianthewiki, here is a second chance. Make the question of the day. Also, create lucky prime hint. Don't fail me this time! :)


    The lucky prime was 1229.

    QUESTION OF THE DAY 1: Each scoop is a sphere a…



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    Hey guys! New users: even if an answer is already seen in the comments section, still write your answer. The answers not written by me still might not be right.

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    And I guess no one answered yesterday :(

    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 0


    The question is the same as yesterday.

    Lucky Prime Hint: I am an odd 2-digit prime number.

    Blueeighthnote, I am letting you try to complete the first question of the day.

    Question of the Day 1 (Calculators are permitted): Lilly orders a large, orange pineapple-flavored ice cream at the Ice Cream Shack. She immediately realizes that it would be too big for a cone, so she asks them to place it in a …


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    Lucky Prime Hint: I am an odd 2-digit prime number.

    Blueeighthnote, I am letting you try to complete the first question of the day.

    Question of the Day 1 (Calculators are permitted): Lilly orders a large, orange pineapple-flavored ice cream at the Ice Cream Shack. She immediately realizes that it would be too big for a cone, so she asks them to place it in a cup. Each scoop of ice cream is a perfect sphere with radius 3 inches (a spec…


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    There are 3 hard questions of the day. Get all three right to earn an achvmt pkg!

    Lucky Prime Hint! I am a 4-digit prime number that does not contain a 3.

    Question of the Day 1 (Calculators are permitted): Lilly orders a large, orange pineapple-flavored ice cream at the Ice Cream Shack. She immediately realizes that it would be too big for a cone, so she asks them to place it in a cup. Each scoop of ice cream is a perfect sphere with …


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    Lucky Prime Hint! I am a 2-digit prime number that is not divisible by 4 or 7.

    How many even positive integral factors does 84,000,000 have? Calculators are permitted for this question, although it is easily solvable without one.



    The lucky prime was 853. Note that I create the lucky prime before I see the answers you wrote. This is not biased in any way.

    The answer to yesterday's question was 225.

    Solution to yesterday's question:

    From 1…




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    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 0


    Introducing a new element! Lucky Prime! Every day, there is a different lucky prime number. If you guess it correctly, you earn a bonus 100 points. Don’t forget to try it out!

    Hint for today's lucky prime, I am a three digit prime number that contains a 5. The rest is up to luck!

    Now for the question of the day: How many positive three digit integers have exactly one 8?



    The answer to yesterday's question of the day was 413.



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    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 1

    Blueeighthnote earns Earth Badge - RARE: Mastermind! (+300 points) - Awarded for guessing an answer right on the dot correctly without a question of the day; only awarded when there is a blog post without a question - FIRST FOUNDED BY BLUEEIGHTHNOTE.



    If the second term on an arithmetic sequence is -22 and the seventh term is 53, then what would the thirty-first term be?



    The answer to yesterday's question of the day was... 24.



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    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 2

    Blueeighthnote earns Uniqueness Badge - Inspiration! (+5 points) A question was dedicated to you!

    Julianthewiki earns Quick Thinker! Well, everyone knows what that is now.


    Julianthewiki, have I only asked you to make the question of the day once? Well, that will change. Make the question of the day, and post the question in the answers section.



    The answer to yesterday's question of the day was 32. 1*2*2*2*2*2=32



    1. Blueeighthnote: 2335 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

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    Question dedicated to Blueeighthnote!

    Music question: If two thirty-second notes equals one sixteenth note, one half note equals two quarter notes, one eighth note equals two sixteenth notes, one whole note equals two half notes, and one quarter note equals two eighth notes, then how many thirty-second notes are in one whole note?



    The answer to yesterday's question of the day was 40.

    The arithmetic mean is the average. The average of 12 numbers is found by dividing the sum of the numbers by 12. If the average of the 12 numbers is 37 2/…




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    Hey guys! School getting busy? Or did you guys not see the last blog post. Sometimes I forget to edit the homepage, so please make sure to check my blog posts everyday!

    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 0


    The arithmetic mean of 12 numbers is 113/3. David increases 4 of the numbers by 7. What is the value of the new arithmetic mean?

    Difficulty: Easy


    The answer was B.



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    This question is the same one from yesterday.

    Multiple choice #3

    All 20 unique diagonals are drawn in a regular octagon. How many distinct points in the interior (excluding the boundary) will 2+ diagonals intersect? PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK AND/OR A PICTURE FOR THIS QUESTION.

    Choose the correct answer.

    (A): 38.6

    (B): 49

    (C): 66

    (D): 72

    (E): 95

    (F): 128

    (G): 162

    (H): 20354968406510684987*10^59874019856

    (J): None of the above

    (K): There is not enough information to solve this question.


    The answer was D.



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    Hey guys! School getting busy?

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    Multiple choice #2

    All 20 unique diagonals are drawn in a regular octagon. How many distinct points in the interior (excluding the boundary) will 2+ diagonals intersect? PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK AND/OR A PICTURE FOR THIS QUESTION.

    Choose the correct answer.

    (A): 38.6

    (B): 49

    (C): 66

    (D): 72

    (E): 95

    (F): 128

    (G): 162

    (H): 20354968406510684987*10^59874019856

    (J): None of the above

    (K): There is not enough information to solve this question.


    The answer was D.



    1. Blueeighthnote: 2295 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

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    Hey guys! School getting busy?

    ACHIEVEMENTS EARNED DURING THE LAST QUESTION: 0


    Multiple choice - Everyone's favorite!

    A square can be formed having its vertices on the line y=0, y=1, y=4, y=5. What is the area of the square?

    Choose the correct answer.

    (A): 11sqrt(2)

    (B): 11sqrt(3)/3

    (C): 16/3

    (D): 17

    (E): 20sqrt(2)

    (F): 21sqrt(2)

    (G): [18-sqrt(4)]/6

    (J): None of the above

    (K): There is not enough information to solve this question.



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  • Skullbones123 has left Wikia

    Hello

    February 4, 2014 by Skullbones123 has left Wikia

    Hi everyone.

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys! School getting busy?

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    Mr. 3primetime3 is making math problems for the question of the day in PNW. On the first day, he wrote 3 problems. Each day after the first day, he writes two less than twice as many problems as he wrote on the previous day. On the nth day, he writes his 1000th math problem (in total). What is the value of n?



    1. Blueeighthnote: 2260 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 410 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 45 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    8. Wildoneshelper: 40 points (1 achvmt pkg)

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  • Julianthewiki

    Hello everyone, I just want to say that there will be new things that I will do this year for the further development of the wiki. First of all, I am going to implement a new rule that every inconsistency of a page will be reverted. No hard feelings to Flarp, because he is a new user, and we should treat every new user with respect, right? Also, whatever bad word you use (except censored ones, we will never know that word!), we will give that user a two-week block, if they use it only for swearing, and for no other reason.

    New: If the person previously did a good thing, e.g. he/she added a prime page, then sweared, we will block him/her with only one week per bad word (except censored). For example, if there is a statement called (note: onl…

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys!

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    4. d/dx [(sin x)(cos x)] =

    5. d/dx [(arcsin x)]=


    Everyone was correct :)


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2260 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 645 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 400 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 45 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    8. Wildoneshelper: 40 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    9. Emmaelise401: 30 points

    9. CalzoneManiac: 30 points (I will add your name here. Work from the slackers section to the top!)


    Usually awarded for having skills to solving hard questions, etc.

    1. Quick Thinker! (+10 points) - Awarded for posting an answer before I write "Please leave y…





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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys!

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    Get the next 10 questions correctly to earn extra points!

    1. I am the first positive number (aside from one) that is both a square and a cube number. What am I?

    2. I am the only number that is both the sum and product of three consecutive numbers - these numbers are also my only factors, meaning I am a perfect number. What am I?

    3. I have seven unique digits. Keep doubling two and you'll reach me eventually. I am used in a digital information measuring system. What am I?


    See the following link: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/62466.html


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2230 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 615 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki:…




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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys!

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    All Derfs are Enajs. One-third of all Enajs are Derfs. Half of all Sivads are Enajs. One Sivad is a Derf. Eight Sivads are Enajs. The number of Enjas is 90. How many Enajs are neither Derfs nor Sivads?


    The correct answer was 5000


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2200 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 615 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 370 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 50 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 45 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    8. Wildoneshelper: 40 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    9. Emmaelise401: 30 points

    9. CalzoneManiac: 30 points (I will add your name here. Work from the slackers section to the top!)


    Us…





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  • 3primetime3

    Hey guys!

    For those of you ahead of my time zone, Happy Lunar New Year! I took the NACLO today. It wasn't math! It was logic on steroids :/. This is a linguistics Olympiad designed to test your knowledge and skills. If you want, I can send you the links (everyone failed in my school, including me :) ).

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    Okay, back to what I am good at!

    What is the value of the sum –1 + 2 – 3 + 4 – 5 + 6 – 7 …+10,000?


    Find dy/dx of the following equation.

    ln(sin y) = ln(cos x), where ln stands for the natural log of x.


    Blueeighthnote was correct! Imamadmad, the last answer was not 4, it was 5. One off!


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2185 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

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  • 3primetime3

    Hello everyone,

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    Good luck!


    What is the sum of the last 4 answers of the dates? In other words, take the answers from Questions of the Day 1/28, 1/27, 1/26, and 1/25 and add them. Please ignore units in your answers.

    For example, if the answer for the last two questions of the day were 10 candies, 14 pounds, 36.942 people, and 1367.2 universes, then the answer to this question would be 10+14+36.942+1367.2 or 1428.142.



    Blueeighthnote and Imamadmad got it right!


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2185 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 655 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 600 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 355 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 230 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 50 points (1 a…





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  • Emmaelise401

    im back!

    January 28, 2014 by Emmaelise401

    everything is under control. Im back!

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  • 3primetime3

    Hello everyone,

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    Good luck!


    (#564.) The Grandest High School collected 2860 rocks from ticket sales for the winter rock concert. A ticket was sold for every seat in the auditorium, resulting in a sold out concert. If the price of an adult ticket was three times the price of a student ticket, and twice as many student tickets were sold as adult tickets, what was the price of a student ticket? Express your answer in terms of rocks.



    Blueeighthnote and Imamadmad got it right!


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2135 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 625 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 550 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 325 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 200 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 20 …





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  • Julianthewiki

    Urgent!

    January 26, 2014 by Julianthewiki

    For 57 days, R.I.P WAM score.

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  • 3primetime3

    Hey everybody!

    I guess the last question stumped a lot of people. I gave Julianthewiki 5/10 points for doing the question correctly, but forgetting to add 5 to the result after every 10th split question.


    I AM ENDING THE RULE WITH THE TALLIES.

    (#172.) What is the percent of increase in the volume of a cube when its edge lengths is increased by 50 percent? Express your answer to the nearest tenth.


    The numbers 25 and 76 have the property that when squared in base 10, their squares also end in the same two digits. A positive integer that has at most 3 digits when expressed in base 21 and also has the property that its base 21 square ends in the same 3 digits is called amazing. Find the sum of all amazing numbers. Express your answer in base 2…



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  • 3primetime3

    Hey everyone!

    Blueeighthnote, you always scare me when you get a different answer than I got.


    The tally is 11.


    If a # b = (a+b)^2, what is the value of 3 # 1 ?


    The first answer was 5040, I believe. Consider (ned) as one character. There are 7!/2 ways to permute aljaro (ned). Multiply by 2 to count the (den) solutions. Hence the answer is 5040.

    The other answer was -16.


    1. Blueeighthnote: 2035 points (2 achvmt pkgs)

    2. TimBluesWin: 625 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    3. Imamadmad: 450 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    4. Julianthewiki: 320 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    5. 69.235...: 200 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    6. Zombiebird4000: 20 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    7. Supermario3459: 15 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    8. Wildoneshelper: 10 points (1 achvmt pkg)

    9. Emmaelise401: -- points (Get on the lead…





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