Friday, January 29, 2016

Movie Functions Quiz

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(C)Copyright 2016, C. Burke.

I wanted to use this as a stumper "__(M + M) = 1939"

I easily had over 50 of these, but they were a bit repetitive after a while, which is why I added the years to the equations. If this is popular, then, as with all good movies and many bad ones, there will be a sequel.

The Answer Key will be up soon -- as soon as I find it. Yes, a couple of them are stumping me now and I wrote the thing!




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11 comments:

Natasha Moore said...

Should #4 be 2014? Maybe? I think I'm just being hopeful hahaha

(x, why?) said...

Yep, typo. Thanks for the catch. Definitely not 2004.

Fitzy said...

Is number 3 around the right way? Because I can think of one for e(t) but not t(e).

Fitzy said...

#3 is the only one I'm missing.

Fitzy said...

Including the stumper too.

Christopher Burke said...

t(e) is correct as written and I just double-checked that the year was correct.

Jacob Cuch said...

The expendables?

Unknown said...

I got all of them including the stumper.

#3 has a number of words that would have a value of "1"

Fitzy said...

Oh, just got #3. Though it only has one word that has a value of "1". The one I thought of can be though of a dramatized biography of sorts.

Anonymous said...

Somehow, I feel that the stumper is quite easy.

(x, why?) said...

I said I wanted to. I didn't say why I didn't. :-)