Yes they did, but whoever made the quiz is clearly incapable of it. ¬¬¬¬¬P = ¬P, it doesn`t equal `false` unless we know P is true. The statements: "If it`s not raining then it`s nice." "If it`s raining then it`s not nice." are definitely NOT equivalent. a->b <=> ¬b->¬a but it is not the case that ¬a->b <=> b->¬a.

And there were a whole bunch of questions involving `not` that he got wrong.

MY personal favorite was, "Is the Earth closer to the Sun in the summer?" Whoever made this drattard quiz surely lives in the northern hemisphere. The stupid-ass piece of poo is full of assumptions and that drating music is gonna make me go postal in a minute.

@IIDayo Glad I`m not the only one who noticed that. Between that and the spelling errors in the questions, and the fact that I`ve got 15 right and 4 wrong SO FAR so this cant be question 19 it was most annoying.

I got 80%, mainly because I wasn`t paying attention to the whole "this is question 19/if that was 19 then this can`t be 20." Plus, I could swear that in summer the sun IS closer, but oh well.

Not a well put together game, it took way to long to load for how simple it was, there were multiple spelling errors, and the questions were "meh."

IIdayo and vimto,Did you two by any chance fai maths?

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x) is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets.

52% Wow. I suck at logic. If that can be counted as logic. What does what DVD stands for have to do with logic? Or there are 3 states of matter, solid, liquid and gas. I thought most of them were trick questions. And I swear when it asks you if this is question 19, it`s actually question 20 >___< And the techno music was incredibly annoying.

Yeah. Didn`t like the quiz. (No, I wouldn`t be saying that if I got 90%.)

"IIdayo and vimto,Did you two by any chance fai maths? 120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x) is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets. "

They didn`t say 5 wasn`t the common factor, they just meant that 120 divided by 5 is 24, not 25, which makes the question wrong.

This was an incredibly poorly designed test. It`s annoying, b/c I was actually looking forward to something interesting, but the questions were idiotic and the misspellings were horrendous. "sentance"? "ajectives?" "Your results Are being calculated"? wtf?!

For those interested, the following questions in the `Complex` version are wrong:

10, 13 (it doesn`t make sense, it could be either T or F), 14, 21, 23, 25. So the maximum score is actually 76%.

12 is right only if you take the `primary colours` to be red, yellow and blue, which is correct for subtractive combinations of colours, such as for dyes/paints/printing. 7 was just pointless.

Umm... The earth isn`t closer to the sun in summer. It stays in the same place, but since it`s moving around the sun, one side faces it, and one doesn`t so on has summer and the other winter.

So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins.

First of all, there are 4 states of matter, GAS, LIQUID, SOLID, PLASMA. Lets see, then the question about this being question 19/20, makes no sense, how can you have more right/wrong than there are questions you have answered? Some incompetent person made this quiz.

actually, there are FIVE states of matter. solid, liquid, gas, plasma, and BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE. named after Bose and Einstein, obviously. it only occurs at temperatures within a few nanokelvins of 0 Kelvin, though, and doesnt exist naturally. only in labs. SCIENCE :Dhurray for chemistry! and 1000th post woo!

thats EXACTLY what happened to me, vitmo. i vote the next "quiz" that makes any statement about ones intelligence, whether with an attempt at humor or not, should be reviewed by at least 5 regular I-A-B users before its accepted.

also, "Umm... The earth isn`t closer to the sun in summer. It stays in the same place, but since it`s moving around the sun, one side faces it, and one doesn`t so on has summer and the other winter.

So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins." but the earth DOES move. it revolves around the sun. and its orbit isn`t circular, so the distance does change. but if i remember correctly, its only actually closer in the fall and spring.

"Umm... The earth isn`t closer to the sun in summer. It stays in the same place, but since it`s moving around the sun, one side faces it, and one doesn`t so on has summer and the other winter. So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins."

Umm sorry, the earth revolves around the sun in an eliptical shape, or oval. so this test FAILs and i guess you do too cherry.

and i think it is closer at winter/summer sertrbl, im not sure though... its been a while since i had to remember it in school so you could be right...

Okay, so was wrong. I took that about 12 years ago.

The point is though that it`s not summer because the earth has moved closer to the sun. It`s summer because of the way the light spreads when it hits the earth due to the tilted axis.

And yes, I had to look it up and was completely wrong, but am not ashamed to admit that :P At least I knew it wasn`t bcause the earth was closer? :P

For question 13, it can`t be either T or F. Obviously many of you have never done a truth table. first p is always true, making ~p mean not p or false.Just alternate between false/true to get the right answer. ~(~(~(~(~p)))) would then equal false.

IIdayo and vimto,Did you two by any chance fai maths?

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x) is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets.

LOL!! Did you fail math? 5 times 25 is 125 not 120 . Therefore the question is false.

<i>"IIdayo and vimto,Did you two by any chance fai maths? 120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x) is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets."</i> I was in Computer Science until I took Solving Statistics Using Derivation and said screw this. I`m pretty sure I can do basic multiplication.

(hopefully italics will work this way...) "@IIDayo Glad I`m not the only one who noticed that. Between that and the spelling errors in the questions, and the fact that I`ve got 15 right and 4 wrong SO FAR so this cant be question 19 it was most annoying." Yeah, i got that question wrong as well and had the same right/wrong as you did! But I was already on the thinking of "The creator of this test is a moron!" so I didn`t really care anymore.

JamieFrost- They are equivalent because they have the same truth value. P>Q=~P>~Q t then t= true, false then false = true. The only way the would have a different truth value is if "If it was raining then it is nice" which would make that statement ~P>Q which has a truth value of false. And the factoring question is wrong they are not equal statements the equal statement would be 120x-45x-10x=5(24x-9x-2x)

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Simple Very simple questions designed for true or false begginners. (beginners is misspelled)

1. In the video the circle was moving counter-Clockwise. (unnecessary caps) Answer: False Real answer: False

2. The Absolute value of -3 is -3. (unnecessary caps) Answer: False Real answer: False

3. Five Star Built Strong to last long. (caps missing) Answer: True Real answer: It is true that the slogan for Mead’s Five Star line of school supplies is “Built Strong To Last Long.” Whether or not the claim is truthful is unknown.

4. Earth is closer to the sun during the summer. (caps missing) Answer: False Real answer: Earth`s perihelion occurs around January 3 – winter in the northern hemisphere and summer in the southern.

5. Samuel clemens is most commonly know as Mark Twain. (caps m

6. there are nine digits on a safe if every combo is nine numbers long there are 387,420,489 possible combos. (caps missing, needs punctuation) Answer: False Real answer: True. Nine squared is 387,420,489.

7. The Compass pointed south on the third Spin. (unnecessary caps) Answer: False Real answer: False

8. DVD stands for Direct Video Disk. Answer: False Real answer: True, if you want it to be. There is not a universal agreement on what DVD means. "Digital Versatile Disc" or "Digital Video Disc" are two possibilities.

9. Most of the time Nutritional information is based on a 3,000 calorie diet. (unnecessary caps) Answer: False Real answer: The first five items I looked at in my pantry use 2,000 calories, so it is false at my house at least.

10. “oink, oink said the pig” The sentance above contains an onomatopoeia. (caps missing, needs punctuation, sentence is misspelled) Answer: True Real answer: True

11. The only Prime number that divides into 16 is 2. (unnecessary caps) Answer: True Real answer: True, but badly worded.

12. 9 P 2 = 48 Answer: False Real answer: False. P(9, 2) = 72. I assume that this is a permutation problem.

13. The answer to the equation would be X = 7 (needs punctuation, solution not answer) Answer: True Real answer: True

14. Red + blue = purple Answer: False Real answer: True

15. There are approxamatly 6 billon people currently living on the earth. (caps missing, approximately misspelled, billion misspelled) Answer: True Real answer: False. Since February, 2006 the best estimate of world population, rounded to the nearest billion, is 7 billion.

16. The three states of matter are solid, liquid and gas. Answer: True Real Answer: The most familiar examples of states of matter are solids, liquids, gases, and plasmas. Less familiar phases include: quark-gluon plasma; Rydberg matter; Bose-Einstein condensates and fermionic condensates; quantum spin Hall state; degenerate matter; strange matter; superfluids and supersolids; and possibly string-net liquids.

17. In order to vaporize waterthe water needs to be heated to 539 cal/gm. (needs punctuation, needs a space, g is the abbreviation for gram) Answer: True Real answer: True

18. Columbus treated the native americans greatly on his arrival in americas. (caps missing, meaning ambiguous) Answer: False Real answer: False. American Indians generally disparage Columbus.

19. You tube is owned by google. (caps missing) Answer: True Real answer: True

20. This is question number 19. Answer: True Real answer: False. It`s 20.

21. It is not the case that this is not question number 20. Answer: True Real answer: False. Without the double negative, the sentence reads: “It is the case that this is question number 20.”

22. two hours ago it was not 7:25. (caps missing) Answer: False Real answer: False. The hour hand should not be right on the nine.

23. The Sun is a Star. (unnecessary caps) Answer: True Real answer: True

24. Some tsunamis can move at 1000 mph. Answer: False Real answer: False. None have been recorded so far.

25. An alligator is a prehistoric animal. Answer: True Real answer: True. Most animals are prehistoric, including humans – the inventors of history.

yaimhere I can assure you that P->Q and ¬P->¬Q do not give the same truth values. P->Q is equivalent to ¬P v Q ¬P->¬Q is equivalent to P v ¬Q Suppose P is true and Q is false. Then the first expression is false and the second is true. And I`m sure you know that true doesn`t equal false (except perhaps in quantum computing). Trust me on this one!

- How logical are you? 25 questions that put your brain to the test.
¬¬¬¬¬P = ¬P, it doesn`t equal `false` unless we know P is true.

The statements:

"If it`s not raining then it`s nice."

"If it`s raining then it`s not nice."

are definitely NOT equivalent. a->b <=> ¬b->¬a but it is not the case that ¬a->b <=> b->¬a.

And there were a whole bunch of questions involving `not` that he got wrong.

Correct: 13

Incorrect: 12

Percentage: 52%

How is that a fail? It`s 2 points above the pasing grade!

and I`m SURE that some of those questions were wrong. And I think he spelled "onomatopoeia" wrong.

Still, I got an 80%, so why am I complaining?

who cares ¬¬

*makes quiz just like this*

Bet he didn`t know half of the answers himself.

the double negative things were retarded too "is it not true that these are not the three primary colors"

doesn`t that mean it is true ._.

and there were 3 adjectives in that sentence

ok "it is not not true that it is not a good idea to stick your finger into an electrical socket"

3 negatives = 1 negative = it`s not a good idea

apparently this guy thinks it is and I kinda wish after doing this that he would

I kinda wish he would, too.

Are these statements equal?

NO you douchebag! 5x25 = 125!! Seriously, wtf?

Not a well put together game, it took way to long to load for how simple it was, there were multiple spelling errors, and the questions were "meh."

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x)

is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets.

If that can be counted as logic.

What does what DVD stands for have to do with logic? Or there are 3 states of matter, solid, liquid and gas.

I thought most of them were trick questions.

And I swear when it asks you if this is question 19, it`s actually question 20 >___<

And the techno music was incredibly annoying.

Yeah. Didn`t like the quiz. (No, I wouldn`t be saying that if I got 90%.)

>_________< Makes no sense.

so they cant be the same since 125 is different than 120 ad x never changes.

Below a 70% in my school means fail.

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x)

is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets. "

They didn`t say 5 wasn`t the common factor, they just meant that 120 divided by 5 is 24, not 25, which makes the question wrong.

"sentance"? "ajectives?" "Your results Are being calculated"? wtf?!

10, 13 (it doesn`t make sense, it could be either T or F), 14, 21, 23, 25. So the maximum score is actually 76%.

12 is right only if you take the `primary colours` to be red, yellow and blue, which is correct for subtractive combinations of colours, such as for dyes/paints/printing.

7 was just pointless.

So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins.

i vote the next "quiz" that makes any statement about ones intelligence, whether with an attempt at humor or not, should be reviewed by at least 5 regular I-A-B users before its accepted.

"Umm... The earth isn`t closer to the sun in summer. It stays in the same place, but since it`s moving around the sun, one side faces it, and one doesn`t so on has summer and the other winter.

So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins."

but the earth DOES move. it revolves around the sun. and its orbit isn`t circular, so the distance does change. but if i remember correctly, its only actually closer in the fall and spring.

So that question was false... The earth doesn`t move, it spins."

Umm sorry, the earth revolves around the sun in an eliptical shape, or oval. so this test FAILs and i guess you do too cherry.

and i think it is closer at winter/summer sertrbl, im not sure though... its been a while since i had to remember it in school so you could be right...

60-69=D

70-79=C

80-89=B

90-100=A

They used incorrect grammar in one of the questions, so I got it wrong because I said it was false.

The point is though that it`s not summer because the earth has moved closer to the sun. It`s summer because of the way the light spreads when it hits the earth due to the tilted axis.

And yes, I had to look it up and was completely wrong, but am not ashamed to admit that :P At least I knew it wasn`t bcause the earth was closer? :P

p=t,f,t,f q=t,t,f,f ~p=f,t,f,t ~q=f,f,t,t

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x)

is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets.

LOL!! Did you fail math? 5 times 25 is 125 not 120 . Therefore the question is false.

let me try the hard one now. lol.

i made an 80 on hard.

those questions were confusing with so many nots in them. ugh.

WHOSE summer? earth is farther from the sun in northern hemisphere`s summer and closest in southern hemisphere`s... bleh

120x-45x-10x = 5(25x-9x-2x)

is equal because:120, 45 and 10 can all be divided by 5, so 5 is the COMMON FACTOR. obviously x stays the same as it is a letter. after that you put the equation, which is now divided by 5 into brackets, with the 5 outside brackets."</i>

I was in Computer Science until I took Solving Statistics Using Derivation and said screw this. I`m pretty sure I can do basic multiplication.

"@IIDayo Glad I`m not the only one who noticed that. Between that and the spelling errors in the questions, and the fact that I`ve got 15 right and 4 wrong SO FAR so this cant be question 19 it was most annoying."

Yeah, i got that question wrong as well and had the same right/wrong as you did! But I was already on the thinking of "The creator of this test is a moron!" so I didn`t really care anymore.

t then t= true, false then false = true. The only way the would have a different truth value is if "If it was raining then it is nice" which would make that statement ~P>Q which has a truth value of false.

And the factoring question is wrong they are not equal statements the equal statement would be 120x-45x-10x=5(24x-9x-2x)

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Simple

Very simple questions designed for true or false begginners. (beginners is misspelled)

1. In the video the circle was moving counter-Clockwise. (unnecessary caps)

Answer: False

Real answer: False

2. The Absolute value of -3 is -3. (unnecessary caps)

Answer: False

Real answer: False

3. Five Star Built Strong to last long. (caps missing)

Answer: True

Real answer: It is true that the slogan for Mead’s Five Star line of school supplies is “Built Strong To Last Long.” Whether or not the claim is truthful is unknown.

4. Earth is closer to the sun during the summer. (caps missing)

Answer: False

Real answer: Earth`s perihelion occurs around January 3 – winter in the northern hemisphere and summer in the southern.

5. Samuel clemens is most commonly know as Mark Twain. (caps m

Answer: False

Real answer: True. Nine squared is 387,420,489.

7. The Compass pointed south on the third Spin. (unnecessary caps)

Answer: False

Real answer: False

8. DVD stands for Direct Video Disk.

Answer: False

Real answer: True, if you want it to be. There is not a universal agreement on what DVD means. "Digital Versatile Disc" or "Digital Video Disc" are two possibilities.

9. Most of the time Nutritional information is based on a 3,000 calorie diet. (unnecessary caps)

Answer: False

Real answer: The first five items I looked at in my pantry use 2,000 calories, so it is false at my house at least.

10. “oink, oink said the pig”

The sentance above contains an onomatopoeia. (caps missing, needs punctuation, sentence is misspelled)

Answer: True

Real answer: True

Answer: True

Real answer: True, but badly worded.

12. 9 P 2 = 48

Answer: False

Real answer: False. P(9, 2) = 72. I assume that this is a permutation problem.

13. The answer to the equation would be X = 7 (needs punctuation, solution not answer)

Answer: True

Real answer: True

14. Red + blue = purple

Answer: False

Real answer: True

15. There are approxamatly 6 billon people currently living on the earth. (caps missing, approximately misspelled, billion misspelled)

Answer: True

Real answer: False. Since February, 2006 the best estimate of world population, rounded to the nearest billion, is 7 billion.

Answer: True

Real Answer: The most familiar examples of states of matter are solids, liquids, gases, and plasmas. Less familiar phases include: quark-gluon plasma; Rydberg matter; Bose-Einstein condensates and fermionic condensates; quantum spin Hall state; degenerate matter; strange matter; superfluids and supersolids; and possibly string-net liquids.

17. In order to vaporize waterthe water needs to be heated to 539 cal/gm. (needs punctuation, needs a space, g is the abbreviation for gram)

Answer: True

Real answer: True

18. Columbus treated the native americans greatly on his arrival in americas. (caps missing, meaning ambiguous)

Answer: False

Real answer: False. American Indians generally disparage Columbus.

19. You tube is owned by google. (caps missing)

Answer: True

Real answer: True

20. This is question number 19.

Answer: True

Real answer: False. It`s 20.

Answer: True

Real answer: False. Without the double negative, the sentence reads: “It is the case that this is question number 20.”

22. two hours ago it was not 7:25. (caps missing)

Answer: False

Real answer: False. The hour hand should not be right on the nine.

23. The Sun is a Star. (unnecessary caps)

Answer: True

Real answer: True

24. Some tsunamis can move at 1000 mph.

Answer: False

Real answer: False. None have been recorded so far.

25. An alligator is a prehistoric animal.

Answer: True

Real answer: True. Most animals are prehistoric, including humans – the inventors of history.

Lol

I`m going to shoot ever made these idiotic time wasters, who`s with me?

P->Q is equivalent to ¬P v Q

¬P->¬Q is equivalent to P v ¬Q

Suppose P is true and Q is false. Then the first expression is false and the second is true. And I`m sure you know that true doesn`t equal false (except perhaps in quantum computing).

Trust me on this one!

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