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01-29-2013, 09:04 AM
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I'm really enjoying the influx of random math stuff in here lately. I haven't done math properly since high school. This is bringing back amusing memories of bad math classes. Also, for some reason, the quadratic formula.

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01-29-2013, 09:29 AM
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I'm really enjoying the influx of random math stuff in here lately. I haven't done math properly since high school. This is bringing back amusing memories of bad math classes. Also, for some reason, the quadratic formula.
I love math.

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Call me insane, but dipping an english muffin with brie cheese into my coffee as we speak. ****ing amazing.

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01-29-2013, 09:42 AM
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Call me insane, but dipping an english muffin with brie cheese into my coffee as we speak. ****ing amazing.
You're insane. But that sounds glorious. I dunked my sesame seed bagel into an Irish Cream coffee this morning. Not so good.

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Call me insane, but dipping an english muffin with brie cheese into my coffee as we speak. ****ing amazing.
Insanity is to repeat a task and expect different results. You are not insane. Just weird.

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You're insane. But that sounds glorious. I dunked my sesame seed bagel into an Irish Cream coffee this morning. Not so good.
I dip stuff in my coffee all the time I also put a fried egg on the wierdest things (spaghetti, poutine, chile)

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01-29-2013, 09:45 AM
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I dip stuff in my coffee all the time I also put a fried egg on the wierdest things (spaghetti, poutine, chile)
Wow. Eggs taste good pretty much whenever, but I can't fathom egg on chile.

(Also, pro-tip: when you're cooking ramen, toss an egg in there. It gives it more depth, more nutrients, and makes it feel vaguely more pork-fried-rice-ish. Chop in a few veggies, some pepperoni and a few spices to make it REALLY good.)

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Call me insane, but dipping an english muffin with brie cheese into my coffee as we speak. ****ing amazing.
One of my favorite cheeses mmm

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I have no idea what brie cheese it. Can it be used on my taco?

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I don't like coffee or eggs

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I dip stuff in my coffee all the time I also put a fried egg on the wierdest things (spaghetti, poutine, chile)
Woah woah woah, eggs on chilli? I feel bad for your toilet.

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I don't like coffee or eggs
When I eat eggs, I prefer them on toast.

As for coffee, don't need it.

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People and their coffee at university...

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I have no idea what brie cheese it. Can it be used on my taco?
The only brie I like is Alison. <333333

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How many soldiers are there in a group of 27 sailors and soldiers if there are four fifths as many sailors as soldiers?

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I don't like coffee or eggs
You're not human. :O Why would anyone eat non-breakfast food
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When I eat eggs, I prefer them on toast.

As for coffee, don't need it.
No kidding. You're like the human version of energy drink. If you had coffee, your heart would explode.
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People and their coffee at university...
University made me a caffeine junkie. Before it? No need. Then, I had a cup a week when it was convenient. At my height at Carleton, I had a Timmies L (back when it got rebranded so it used to be called x-large) five days a week, whether it fit into my schedule or not.

First week at Algonquin, I had three XL coffees every day for the first week, then told myself I needed to cut back like WHOA. Back down to one cup a day now.

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01-29-2013, 01:50 PM
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How many soldiers are there in a group of 27 sailors and soldiers if there are four fifths as many sailors as soldiers?
12. Boom.

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You're not human. :O Why would anyone eat non-breakfast food

No kidding. You're like the human version of energy drink. If you had coffee, your heart would explode.

University made me a caffeine junkie. Before it? No need. Then, I had a cup a week when it was convenient. At my height at Carleton, I had a Timmies L (back when it got rebranded so it used to be called x-large) five days a week, whether it fit into my schedule or not.

First week at Algonquin, I had three XL coffees every day for the first week, then told myself I needed to cut back like WHOA. Back down to one cup a day now.
I don't need coffee at all and ill need to wake up at 5:00 to get to the hospital each morning..guess I'm just use to it.

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12. Boom.
x=soldier
y=saloirs
x+y=27
x+4/5(x)=27
5x+4x=135
9x=135
x=15.

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How many soldiers are there in a group of 27 sailors and soldiers if there are four fifths as many sailors as soldiers?
I've done this one before.

Spoil:
I believe the answer is 15?

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x=soldier
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x+y=27
x+4/5(x)=27
5x+4x=135
9x=135
x=15.
Doh. You're right. I mixed up the sailors and soldiers in the question. I's still 15/12 though.

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I'm probably wrong

HAWT will surely correct me.

x + y= 27

x = 0.8y

0.8y = 27 - y

1.8y = 27

y = 15

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The answer, is 69.

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The answer, is 69.
You must be one of these guys on NHL 13 with 69 on your jersey.

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01-29-2013, 02:09 PM
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69! Take the number 69, It's hilarious!

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