vatsuak [*TF*] 07032019 00:51
 Hi everyone,
I'll give anyone 100k ingame gold if they can solve question number 25.
Please show your work on how you got the final answer.
https://imgur.com/a/urwnV8N
good luck
PS. This math problem was written by grade 11 students (1617) in Canada.
Edited on 07032019 00:52 George Friddik tells you: Sorry yaoming36 but you are 162752132 seconds too late for completing the job.
"If we don't study the mistakes of the future, we're doomed to repeat them for the first time."  Ken M. 

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Edge [~FoS~] 07032019 00:57
 answer is (D)
Edited on 07032019 00:58
wish I could, I did the problem in my head
Edited on 15032019 17:01 
vatsuak [*TF*] 07032019 00:58
 care to show your work? Not saying its right or wrong. George Friddik tells you: Sorry yaoming36 but you are 162752132 seconds too late for completing the job.
"If we don't study the mistakes of the future, we're doomed to repeat them for the first time."  Ken M. 
Vermin [CFH] 07032019 01:32
 If I can solve it and explain my work I get the prize? Or is it first person to solve it? 
vatsuak [*TF*] 07032019 01:57
 Yes vermin you will get the prize. George Friddik tells you: Sorry yaoming36 but you are 162752132 seconds too late for completing the job.
"If we don't study the mistakes of the future, we're doomed to repeat them for the first time."  Ken M. 
teohweichin [Zen] 07032019 03:22
 Well solving for m gives 0.5615 (Rounded), or 3.5615 (rounded)
But then means P is negative
So unless this is velocity, I have no idea.
Edited on 07032019 03:23 
Lag [World] 07032019 07:42
 The answer is 42... like all answers 
Jolitoraxable [FF] 07032019 10:31
 I got D
You solve for m which gives you m=1 or m=3
Since it is length we discard the negative
The you replace the values in the nm and m+n and see which ones are multiples, giving you only one result 
SirBatfink [Snake] 07032019 10:34
 the answer is: BANNANA
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Sinistar [Pond] 08032019 01:55
 the answer is B [3]21:50 Lamb[Pond]: Cloud has spoken. All discussions must cease.
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One Burnt Pea [~Pod~] 08032019 02:11
 I suppose i should post here...
https://imgur.com/a/3HHjMKM
the answer is A In a childish sort of reverie was us, overflowing full of happiness
But we always held on tight no matter what and it was enough, just as if it was our first love... 
ChaosTheory [~ADV~] 10032019 01:57
 Is this still open? Everything worth dying for is certainly worth living for.
What do you think this fan club is for? 
vatsuak [*TF*] 12032019 03:00
 Yes George Friddik tells you: Sorry yaoming36 but you are 162752132 seconds too late for completing the job.
"If we don't study the mistakes of the future, we're doomed to repeat them for the first time."  Ken M. 
Gaztplymouth [Zen] 12032019 10:18
 ok hears my attempt,
So if T = line between QS and QRS( little triangle) is the same length as SRT (big triangle) QT is represented by line m and TS line is n. the bit in the middle is to confuse you but is basically says m line is shorter than n and is a multiple of n. so if you take nm you end up with a multiple of n.
the bit about p being qrs and m2+2m+1 is irreverent at the moment and only needs to be used to check answer at the end.
you can go through each answer individually and work out by trial and error but just a look you should be able to see m is 3x smaller than n. so if i give the value of 1 to m and x3 is 3 what is a multiple of 3 so with in the roues. also that makes p = 9.
The value of n  m is D(2) 