WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
69%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
14%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
6%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
3%
  



SilverSurfer 12:28 Sun Jun 25
maths question
Square route of X + 15
+
Square route of 15
= 15
What is the value of X?

sorry can't find a square route symbol

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Coffee 12:35 Mon Jun 26
Re: maths question
SilverSurfer 11:30 Sun Jun 25

I'd urge you not to fly on 747s in the near future.

Russ of the BML 10:52 Mon Jun 26
Re: maths question
Hold on... So can you just remind me, how what time did the bus leave the depot and how fast did it drive?

Mad Dog 11:44 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
So your initial question was incorrect then?

SilverSurfer 11:30 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
showed it to a pilot mate that flies 747s, he went with a completely different method, but took 10 mins max, to come up with the answer. 49

nIcE

gph 3:53 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Are we looking for a bus with number X + 15 which follows a square route, the length of which is equal to 15 miles minus the length of the route of bus 15, which also follows a square route?

I could answer this if I knew of a city where the 15 bus has a square route.

Gavros 2:01 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
148 sounds like "one for hate". 32 obviously rhymes with Jew and 13 is "unlucky for some". Put them all together and what do you Get? The polular catchphrase "I hate those lucky Jews"

Where can I apply to be the new host of 321?

Mex Martillo 1:44 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
I got CUNT
I was STUNNED
How long until the football season starts?

Iron Duke 1:43 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Is it the same way that I'll be STUNNED to see how Susan Boyle looks today?

In that case I think I'll PASS

Gavros 1:25 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Now turn those numbers into letters, using a method that will elicit a well known catchphrase.

The answer will leave you STUNNED

Mad Dog 1:21 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
1483213

Not overly stunned to be honest

Gavros 1:08 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
OK EGGHEADS work this one out

15 +15 +25 +255 +562516 +831826 +2 +56 + 45627 +371 +1 +28171 - (MINUS) 373 +86 +262 +2 +3736 +37 +7281 +8382 +2 - 5828

The answer will leave you STUNNED

Far Cough 12:51 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question

Gavros 12:50 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Oh I see. The sqr of x has to be a minus, which is impossible.

Mad Dog 12:46 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Gavros. I just proved it isnt

Gavros 12:43 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
The answer is 15.

Rearrange the equation

(/15 + 15 - 15)^2 = (/15)^2 = 15

Mex Martillo 12:34 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Your right, I did not notice you put the brackets in a different place to what I understood as the question
Pheeeew enough I am out of here

Mad Dog 12:32 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
108.8104996

Mad Dog 12:31 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
My answer works

Mex Martillo 12:29 Sun Jun 25
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Agreed Mad dog, you got in before me

Mex Martillo 12:29 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
Opps just tried from the beginning putting 15 back in as x
(Sqr15 +15) + sqr15 = 15
And it does not work
None of the answers here work
It looks impossible as you need sqr x to give a negative number which I think is impossible

Either Master is correct and Silver got the question wrong or Iron is right and it is just bollocks

Mad Dog 12:21 Sun Jun 25
Re: maths question
But if we substitute 15 for x into the original equation it equals 15 +2sqr15

(Sqr 15 + 15) + sqr 15 = 15+2sqr15

so it can't be that.

You are right that this question is bollocks in the format it's been given.

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