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caleb and winona both travel by car to their friend's home. The distance winona traveled was 124 miles less than twice the distance caleb traveled. If winona traveled 628 miles, how far did caled travel?

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628=2c-124
+124 +124
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752=2c
752/2 = 376

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Duh 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

77104.0640643

Or estimated : 77104.07

• HARDEST MATH EVER -

18951e 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

1012876855.91

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

• PsycMath -

19 (*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+)

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Stupid kids

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I don't know

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