Student Illustrates His Own Math Test [Pic]

Submitted by: M3chan1caL 5 years ago in Funny

Hey teacher, if you don"t show the kitten in your dumb math problem, I"m going to take matters into my own hands.
There are 45 comments:
Male 1,596
yeah, but which one of those kittens is on k?
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Male 10
Simple Pythagoras Theorem here. Kinda sad this person couldn`t answer it.
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Male 19
I was rather disappointed that the uploader didnt even try to erase the G and K... he could at least have done that.... T_T
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Male 5,413
I don`t get it.
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Female 57
@I-IS-BORED
That`s what I was wondering. :/
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Male 3,894
What an idiot. The problem said the kitten was represented by "K".
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Male 2,419
why is a cat at the top of a ladder?
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Male 17
5.9

I can`t believe I actually worked it out. My live is so sad. :(
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Male 52
@Solvent

Everyone who thinks math is useless shouldn`t use any products that were made using it. That is you should not use anything, because math is everywhere.
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Male 2,841
drat math and all of it`s useless poo.
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Male 686
Just goes to prove women and cats should`t be allowed to use ladders... 1m out to 4m up
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Male 2,860
Actually, I think carmium`s answer is the most accurate. Theres no way either ladder, particularly the bottom one, wouldn`t just slide out. Draw it accurately and you`d see.
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Male 945
@slturner
That is the correct answer. Acrually, big tits is the correct answer to ALL math problems. Just another one of those well known math anomolies we hear about.
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Female 8
Thank god I had big tits and a young geeky teacher!
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Female 6,381
I`d be about 24 m away from the kitten, cause there`s no friggin` way I`d go climbing a ladder nearly eight stories tall, especially when the base is 52 feet from the wall!!
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Male 14,835
A train leaves a station travelling at 30mph. two hours later a second train leaves the same station travelling in the same direction at 52mph. Without thinking of good or evil, show me your original face before your mother and father were born.
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Male 1,625
but the teacher DID specify the kitten (K)

this is what happens when 12 year olds get on reddit, they think they`re clever
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Male 12,365
Also...can you get a 24m ladder that just leans against a wall like that?
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Male 12,365
[quote]To the people who actually took the time to solve it: Shut up, nerds.[/quote]

Nerds? It`s only a very basic application of Pythagoras` theorum. Hardly nerd-level stuff.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Answer 2 - 44m less her height at full stretch. This is how far she will have to travel to get to the kitten (assuming she cant scale vertical walls like spiderman, in which case she wouldnt need the ladders.)[/quote]

That answer deserves extra marks for being correct in a different way.
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Male 1,678
Wow, some of the adults below me were able to solve an equation testing a 12 year olds ability to learn maths. To each of these people I say "Go You, have a smiley face :-) !!"
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Male 612
they did specify, its kitten (K)
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Male 2,860
Answer 1 - Depends how tall the girl is at full stretch.

Answer 2 - 44m less her height at full stretch. This is how far she will have to travel to get to the kitten (assuming she cant scale vertical walls like spiderman, in which case she wouldnt need the ladders.)
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Male 343
This is either Geometry, or Algebra 1.
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Male 10,440
[quote] sqr((24^2) - (16^2)) - sqr((20^2) - (16^2)) = 5.88854382 [/quote]
WRONG! You need to round to one decimal place, you doofus.
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Male 275
please tel me this is a elementry level test.
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Male 38,507

Question 3: the relationship is obviously a 3-way.
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Male 280
sqr((24^2) - (16^2)) - sqr((20^2) - (16^2)) = 5.88854382
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Male 1,832
To the people who actually took the time to solve it: Shut up, nerds.
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Male 2,790
it does say the girl and kitten are marked `G` and `K`. so that narrows it down
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Male 2,516
dumb
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Male 10,855
answer is:

sqrt(24*24-16*16)-sqrt(20*20-16*16) = 5.89
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Male 25,416
ha ha ha... thats a chuckle effect!
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Male 1,081
5.9m!!!!
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Male 250
"What if the girl really liked kittens and decided to pick it up to pet it before the teacher wrote the rest of the problem?"

Maybe she pets her "kitten" already? :o
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Male 2,034
inb4 the inevitable "look how smart I am I solved it" post.
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Male 357
MightyPeanut, you must be; point G (see the G in Parentheses? ) is the girl, and point K (again, look in the parentheses) is the kitten.
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Male 5,094
*puts on half-moon glasses*

peanut: Girl is defined as G and kitten K, which are both marked on the diagram, G above K.
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Male 411
I must be dumb...I have read that question multiple times and don`t see any info describing where the girl and kitten are located..I can only assume they are in the building, at which point the ladders are useless to determine anything..right?
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Male 1,396
What if the girl really liked kittens and decided to pick it up to pet it before the teacher wrote the rest of the problem?
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Male 20
As much as I laughed, the captions dumb. The kitten is clearly labeled. Simple math here
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Male 363
nothing to see here, move along.
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Male 3,425
But... it does clearly state where the kitten is.
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Male 365
It specifies exactly where the kitten should be...
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Male 178
Link: Student Illustrates His Own Math Test [Pic] [Rate Link] - Hey teacher, if you don`t show the kitten in your dumb math problem, I`m going to take matters into my own hands.
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