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Are you smarter than me (Are you smarter than a fifth grader)?
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Posted 9/9/09

MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

Never.

Who invited the steam-engine?


how come that the answer is never?


Thomas Savery I said it in post before


that's the answer for...
What are the coordinates of the points of intersection in the following equation:
y = x^2 &
3y = -x+2


Never. is the answer to that lolololols


that's why i was asking why is it the answer?
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Posted 9/9/09

Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

Never.

Who invited the steam-engine?


how come that the answer is never?


Thomas Savery I said it in post before


that's the answer for...
What are the coordinates of the points of intersection in the following equation:
y = x^2 &
3y = -x+2


the lines never intersect, if i did it right... wait... not sure anymore


anyway, sedated

Who ruled England in 1770?
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Posted 9/9/09

Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

Never.

Who invited the steam-engine?


how come that the answer is never?


Thomas Savery I said it in post before


that's the answer for...
What are the coordinates of the points of intersection in the following equation:
y = x^2 &
3y = -x+2


Never. is the answer to that lolololols


that's why i was asking why is it the answer?


They never intersect, it's undefined.....do you know what that means?

Back to the game: Name a resource
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Posted 9/9/09
metal ores?]


you skipped my question

What is the scientific name for the lobster?
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Posted 9/9/09

MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


MizBehaven wrote:


Jean1030 wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

Never.

Who invited the steam-engine?


how come that the answer is never?


Thomas Savery I said it in post before


that's the answer for...
What are the coordinates of the points of intersection in the following equation:
y = x^2 &
3y = -x+2


Never. is the answer to that lolololols


that's why i was asking why is it the answer?


They never intersect, it's undefined.....do you know what that means?

Back to the game: Name a resource


thank so much! I learned sumtin 2day!
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Posted 9/9/09
Np problems, anyways!

Name a resource
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Posted 9/9/09
resource of what?

iron ore?

2nd time you ignored my question

Name the longest river in South America
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Posted 9/9/09
Amazon River

@haber: What? How's it the second time?

Who is the current president?
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Posted 9/9/09
in the US, Obama

@Miz... scroll up and you'll see them

Name the smallest country in the world
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Posted 9/9/09
Vatican City

@haber: Ahh Sorry

What do grapes grow on?
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Posted 9/9/09
^ actually, the lines do intersect at (2/3, 4/9) & (-1,1)

vines

what's the atomic number for oxygen?
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Vines

@ mr.z, i misread the equation...

Which country has the most seashore?
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Posted 9/9/09
what's the atomic number for oxygen? 16

From haber: Which country has the most seashore?
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Posted 9/9/09
Canada, we have the longest coastline, right?

Given that a spaceship goes off to space for 10 min (according to their time) at 99% the speed of light, how long would the time really be on Earth when they return?
Posted 9/9/09
I have no clue
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