## Impossible Questions

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### Impossible Questions

If you have an impossible question, post it here. It has to have at least 1 correct answer. To post your impossible question, you must also post your solution to the previous one. We don't want question cram and crap. If noone replies in a month you must post a new impossible question. Otherwise, back to me.

OK,starting with my impossible question from today, groundhog day: How many squares in a triangle?

ScienceGuy2012

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ScienceGuy2012 wrote:impossible question

ScienceGuy2012 wrote:at least 1 correct answer

what

darkeagle

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ScienceGuy2012 wrote:How many squares in a triangle?

wtf 0
how many keys on a classic keyboard

Pawel.Anikiel

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Uhh... 104 keys on a keyboard

oh and there was another correct answer for my starting question: half a square = a triangle

Next question
How many keyboard shortcuts involve the SHIFT key?

ScienceGuy2012

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ScienceGuy2012 wrote:half a square = a triangle

not nessesarily
it can only be if the trinagle is Right-angled and Isosceles
like this:

if the triangle would be different it would be a parallerogram
WTF MATH
oh and the question NO IDEA HOW MANY

Pawel.Anikiel

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Pawel.Anikiel wrote:
ScienceGuy2012 wrote:half a square = a triangle

not nessesarily
it can only be if the trinagle is Right-angled and Isosceles
like this:

if the triangle would be different it would be a parallerogram
WTF MATH
oh and the question NO IDEA HOW MANY

STOP i hate math

camaro 09

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i just KNEW somebody would react like this

Pawel.Anikiel

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Pawel.Anikiel wrote:i just KNEW somebody would react like this

I love math

Brian3.14

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now i dont understand anything

Pawel.Anikiel

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new question: how many pcs does it take to make a detailed stickman in FC?

ScienceGuy2012

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http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=11686163
15?

New question:
what is the 23th number of pi?

Brian3.14

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3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419...
it might be 6 as well 'cause you didn't ask what's 23rd decimal place of pi...

what was the time in Japan when i posted this?

Pawel.Anikiel

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Pawel.Anikiel wrote:
ScienceGuy2012 wrote:half a square = a triangle

not nessesarily
it can only be if the trinagle is Right-angled and Isosceles
like this:

if the triangle would be different it would be a parallerogram
WTF MATH
oh and the question NO IDEA HOW MANY

Haha. The rule for that actually is: 2 of the triangle's vertices are 2 of the square's corners. They create a line. Let's say that's a. the opposite, let's say O.
The triangle's third vertice has to be touching the side O. Therefore, it fits.

Heehee I beat you at math and I'm only 10 years old.

Pawel.Anikel got pwned in math by a fifth grader!

ScienceGuy2012

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1. no i wuznt pwnd
2. mine wuznt clear ENUF 4 u
3. the best way wud b combinin' ur post with mine (ur goes 1st)
4. im 6th grade (in Poland. in US/UK it wud b 7th grade)
5.u didnt answer my quesion

wow i didnt c any1 dat young hir

Pawel.Anikiel

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ScienceGuy2012 wrote:
Pawel.Anikiel wrote:
ScienceGuy2012 wrote:half a square = a triangle

not nessesarily
it can only be if the trinagle is Right-angled and Isosceles
like this:

if the triangle would be different it would be a parallerogram
WTF MATH
oh and the question NO IDEA HOW MANY

Haha. The rule for that actually is: 2 of the triangle's vertices are 2 of the square's corners. They create a line. Let's say that's a. the opposite, let's say O.
The triangle's third vertice has to be touching the side O. Therefore, it fits.

Heehee I beat you at math and I'm only 10 years old.

Pawel.Anikel got pwned in math by a fifth grader!

kindly make a square out of these two triangles.

http://www.skwirk.com/content/upload/im ... image2.jpg

Jyo

Jyo

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you would make a rhombous

Pawel.Anikiel

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the triangles would have to be cut in certain ways to make a perfect square. one of my math teachers taught me that. or was that something with cones and cylinders...

camaro 09

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lol guise, i was addressing that to scienceguy to prove him wrong :P

obviously you cant make a square with 2 equilateral triangles,
unless yoo had some scissors and glue

Jyo

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duh, that's what I meant.

ScienceGuy2012

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ScienceGuy2012 wrote:
Pawel.Anikiel wrote:
ScienceGuy2012 wrote:half a square = a triangle

not nessesarily
it can only be if the trinagle is Right-angled and Isosceles
like this:

if the triangle would be different it would be a parallerogram
WTF MATH
oh and the question NO IDEA HOW MANY

Haha. The rule for that actually is: 2 of the triangle's vertices are 2 of the square's corners. They create a line. Let's say that's a. the opposite, let's say O.
The triangle's third vertice has to be touching the side O. Therefore, it fits.

Heehee I beat you at math and I'm only 10 years old.

Pawel.Anikel got pwned in math by a fifth grader!

ScienceGuy2012 wrote:duh, that's what I meant.

...

Jyo

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