Study Room Is For Engineering Students Only [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Funny

...or for people really smart at math.
There are 25 comments:
Male 1,674
that`s e^x. Pretty much any undergrad in any math related field wouldknow that (i think it`s calc 2 or calc 3). Only people in engineering would think it`s difficult.
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Male 3,445
It would be hilarious if they left the door unlocked and put that there to see how long people spent trying to get it.
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Male 329
I think it`s 1337.
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Male 439
Engineering students or anyone who is good at using Google.
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Male 314
Good point CodeJockey.

I think they just made up a number. Even if the code was 202, they should`ve said x=5.308.

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Male 5,617
Kain, I don`t think there`s a zero button.
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Male 1,471
sum(x^n/n!,n=0..inf) = e^(x) = e^(5.306) (if i read it right; really blurry) = 201.54 ~ 202
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Male 5,617
"Can anyone find X?"
It`s right here!---^
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Male 1,104
no problem, just found the key.


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Male 38,774

This is just like the door knocker to the Ravenclaw common room.
You have to answer a riddle before you can get in.
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Male 813
Nageki no understand math.
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Male 14,867
Can anyone find X?
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Male 110
Isn`t the answer 0? Because n=0?
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Male 729
@FoolsPrussia

"The answer is FORTY-TWO"

Always
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Male 143
AHA! They didn`t expect the econometrics student to know how to do that problem, now to use their precious study room for economics! muahaha
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Male 147
3771.

You`re welcome.
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Male 3,445
The answer is FORTY-TWO.
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Female 362
That`s really easy. Sum(x^n/n!)=e^x. Too blurry to make out what to plug in for x, but it would take about 30 seconds to figure out the code with a calculator.
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Male 17,512
cobra: Yeah, it`s fuzzy too.
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Male 38,418
3! 7! Eleventy? Am I getting closer?
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Female 6,381
There is no part of my brain remotely capable of understanding what this is about. It`s just not there.
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Male 7,619
I could try, but I cant read the small print.
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Male 2,516
202... that`s the Taylor series of the natural exponential, so it should be exp(x).

The problem is I can`t read very well what x is supposed to be... if it`s 5.306, then the code is 202
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Male 2,711
Catch-22! I need to study to understand the equation, but I can`t get into study hall until I understand the equation! Ermagerd!
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Male 20,304
Link: Study Room Is For Engineering Students Only [Pic] [Rate Link] - ...or for people really smart at math.
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