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Posted by **Allan** on Monday, April 30, 2012 at 10:40pm.

- math -
**Anonymous**, Monday, April 30, 2012 at 10:46pm628=2c-124

+124 +124

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752=2c

752/2 = 376

- math -
**GandondorfaUbefabob DejodingMcBoodento**, Monday, April 1, 2013 at 7:55pmDuh math. :D So duh smart.

Me duh Chinese, so freaking smart.

[ Gard and Mac drove 1891 mi, if y stands for 15e, then what does 1891y = ? ]

ME DUH SMART.

NOW FOR DUH AWESOME MATH :D

1891y = ?.

1891(15e) = ?

1891(15)(e) = ?

Since

1891 x 15 = 28365

and

e = 2.71828182846

Sources: My brain, I am in Major Math Class Rank, best student ever :D, skipped Math classes 4 times.

28365(2.71828182846) = 77104.0640643

The final answer is:

77104.0640643

Or estimated : 77104.07

- HARDEST MATH EVER -
**GandondorfaUbefabob DejodingMcBoodento**, Monday, April 1, 2013 at 8:00pm18951e x 85196e x sin(1)

First, you do the first two.

18951e(85196e)

From left to right, of course. :D

Which is: 1180832020.88

Now, you need to times that number, by sin(1).

sin(1) = 0.8414709848.

Times it all together:

1180832020.88(0.8414709848)

= 1012876855.91

The final answer is:

1012876855.91

Sources: My brain, I am in Major Math Class Rank, best student ever :D, skipped Math classes 4 times.

- PsycMath -
**GandondorfaUbefabob DejodingMcBoodento**, Monday, April 1, 2013 at 8:05pm19 (*PAR) + 21 (*NOS) x 10 = ?

[(19 + 21) x 10] + (*PAROS) = ?

[40 x 10] + (*PAROS) = ?

400 + (*PAROS)

(*PAROS x 3*2*1*2*7*9) = (*PAROS*D8);

(*PAROS*D8 x 1 * 3 * 2 * 1*65*1)

= (*PAROS*STATIC)

(*PAROS*STATIC ; 19*par*static);

19; * par * static;

(*PAROS)*PAR*STATIC* - *PAR*STATIC*;

(*PAROS**) = ***PAROS. x*x*x*PAROS.

PAROS = 19x = PAROS;

19x = x19.

x19 = PAROSx19.

PAROSx19 = 196851.519698413814898145189468148968481436189145618981498184214981401471

400(196851.519698413814898145189468148968481436189145618981498184214981401471)

= 78740607.8794

SOURCES: PsycMath (CollegeAfter+)

AKA: 25th Grade? LOL

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