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Topic: Equation Analysis
Replies: 5   Last Post: Nov 7, 2004 9:12 PM

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 Walter B. Fletcher III Posts: 4 Registered: 12/6/04
Equation Analysis
Posted: Jul 10, 1996 3:43 PM

This Is a test of mentol flexibility. It does not in anyway test your
skill at math or anything ealse useful and if you are unable to solve
any of the equations it only means you're not very good at this test.
So enjoy and if you can think of anymore equation I coul;d put on the
test please e-mail them to me, I'm trying to put together a pretty big
list.

So here it is. Each equation below the initials on words that will
make it correct. Find the missing words. The first one is done for you
as an example. And Remember most of these have nothing to do with math
but some do so keep an open mind.

1. 26=L. of the A. - - - - - 26=Leters of the alphabet
2. 7=W. of the A.W.
3. 1,001=A.B.
4. 12=S. of the Z.
5. 54=C. in a D. (with the J.)
6. 9=P. in the S.S.
7. 88=P.K.
8. 13=S. on the A.F.
9. 32=D.F. at witch W.F.
10. 18=H. on a G.C.
11. 90=D. in a R.A.
12. 200= D. for P.G. in M.
13 8=S. on a S.S.
14. 3=B.M. (S.H.T.R.)
15. 4=Q. In a G.
16. 24=H. in a D.
17. 1=W. on a U.
18. D. in a Z.C.
19. 57=H.V.
20. 11=Pon a F.T.
21. 1,000= W. that a P.is W.
22. D. in F. in a L.Y.
23. 64=S. on a C.
24. 40=D. And N. of the G.F.

Date Subject Author
7/10/96 Walter B. Fletcher III
7/15/96 Jim and Kris Dockter
7/16/96 Ken Starks
7/17/96 Samuel Shen Moh Chen
7/15/96 Jim and Kris Dockter
11/7/04 Carolynn