Tricky P1 Maths Questions (debatable)

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i think some people should get a life. seer's comments were very funny and he backed them up well when he had to. its not his fault that the geeks were toilet at football.
Point of information: Seers appears to be hermaphrodite
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Point of information: Seers appears to be hermaphrodite
no s/he is a haemaphrodite. something to do with blood....
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Cheers elpaw

I've only seen Seer a couple of times on this forum and both times I remember thinking: d*ckh**d! But that thread was eff-d up, as if all Oxbridge applicants have no lives. I take offence!
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no s/he is a haemaphrodite. something to do with blood....
Hermaphrodite: person with genitals of both sexes.
Haemophiliac: sufferer of haemophilia, a condition which makes it easier for the sufferer to bleed. The slightest cut can cause masive blood loss unless stopped early.
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(Original post by elpaw)
no s/he is a haemaphrodite. something to do with blood....
What like she is two blood groups at the same time or something?!?
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i agree, a lot of oxbridge applicants have lives and personlitys, i dont want to sour on your parade, and i know it contradicts what i just said, but maskall applied for oxbridge. BASED ON THAT ALONE HE MIGHT AHVE A POINT!
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i agree, a lot of oxbridge applicants have lives and personlitys, i dont want to sour on your parade, and i know it contradicts what i just said, but maskall applied for oxbridge. BASED ON THAT ALONE HE MIGHT AHVE A POINT!
what does maskall have to do with any of this?
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i agree, a lot of oxbridge applicants have lives and personlitys, i dont want to sour on your parade, and i know it contradicts what i just said, but maskall applied for oxbridge. BASED ON THAT ALONE HE MIGHT AHVE A POINT!
What's that name for multiple personalities, apart from social inadequacy?
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i agree, a lot of oxbridge applicants have lives and personlitys, i dont want to sour on your parade, and i know it contradicts what i just said, but maskall applied for oxbridge. BASED ON THAT ALONE HE MIGHT AHVE A POINT!
Why the sudden intereset in MASKALL???
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i agree, a lot of oxbridge applicants have lives and personlitys, i dont want to sour on your parade, and i know it contradicts what i just said, but maskall applied for oxbridge. BASED ON THAT ALONE HE MIGHT AHVE A POINT!
oh i get you. maskall does not have a life or a personality? is that what you are saying?
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oh i get you. maskall does not have a life or a personality? is that what you are saying?
Baby-guy is Maskell as well as many of the other posters on forum at the moment - that's what I meant by multiple personality syndrome. He/she's sick.
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Two things I don't understand in life beyond their basic concepts are maths and science.

But I did manage to help someone out with an English Language question on here the other day.
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Following is the correct working of the solution of your problems:

4 - 3 (root) 2 / 5 - 3 (root) 2


[4 - 3 (root) 2] [5 + 3 (root) 2] / [5 - 3 (root) 2] [5 + 3 (root) 2]


[20 + 12 (root) 2 - 15 (root) 2 - 18] / [25 + 15 (root) 2 - 15 (root) 2 - 18]

[2 - 3 (root) 2 / 7]

which gives:

2/7 - 3/7 (root) 2

where p = 2/7 and q = 3/7

hope you appreciate my effort.
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Following is the correct working of the solution of your problems:

4 - 3 (root) 2 / 5 - 3 (root) 2


[4 - 3 (root) 2] [5 + 3 (root) 2] / [5 - 3 (root) 2] [5 + 3 (root) 2]


[20 + 12 (root) 2 - 15 (root) 2 - 18] / [25 + 15 (root) 2 - 15 (root) 2 - 18]

[2 - 3 (root) 2 / 7]

which gives:

2/7 - 3/7 (root) 2

where p = 2/7 and q = 3/7

hope you appreciate my effort.
no, q=-3/7
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