59 thoughts on “Looking for a smart girl to start a relationship, here’s my number!”

Got bored and went to solve this problem “looking for a smart girl to start a relationship” then half way through i realized the denominator of the top part of the problem was set up weird where it has the sqrroot of 1/2….is that times the (sqroot of 16)sin30cos30? because the sqr16 is of center ( slightly lowered) and so are the continueing trig funtions. I went on to solve the rest but i am fighting myself because idk if i just dont understand it or….idk.

nevermind, got it :p i guess i was just picturing it weird

That’s real dedication right there! It is definitely written strange! I’m glad you figured it out what was your solution?

not sure if i got it right, i probably made a stupid mistake somewhere but..87035975488. its either wrong or a foreign number :p

I’ll post my answer as soon as I get some paper and compare!

ok, sounds good

So I ended up getting 1,344,100,634.849. Not sure if I missed something or interrupted the equation differently but it was still fun to calculate 😀

thats what i figured. i guess we will just have to wait for someone else to do it to tell us who is right :p

I agree lets get a third opinion 🙂

It is 8597770004

wow, three different answers. i guess we trust math brat has the right answer, right?

I agree the third time is always the charm!

well thank you both. this has been fun. haha

So how did you interpret the 1/2sqrt(16)…?

I took it as 1/(2sq(16))

really. i thought… sqrt(halfroot(16))

Oh I meant 1/(2sqroot(16)) which is still not the same as you thought.

I found an error in my math. I forgot the parenthesis that would cause the last term to be subtracted. 😦 My new answer is 10747244620

I will have to recalculate my ridiculous answer and see what happens…

i thought i was the only one who worried about stupid shit like this :p

haha tho its a nice one coz u pushed the lazy person on earth to here for this comment xD

is there a way to turn your real cell phone number into a crazy equation?. i want to impress my friends

ther might be a website but u would probably just have to do it yourself working backwards. if u want to give me ur number i can turn it into a calculus equation for u. and i promise im not some creep who will call u. haha

ther might be a website but u would probably just have to do it yourself working backwards. if u want to give me ur number i can turn it into a calculus equation for u. and i promise im not some creep who will call u. haha (computers being stupid, not sure if this was already posted)

1 – (074) 084849

I got 13757548491487

guys, this is what i got when i solved this equation: 50712949050
dont know if it is right 🙂

@lizsovia: do you have an email id or anything i can sent my phone number to? or i can just sent it to you through this blog. just let me know

considering you have my name u might as well just add me on facebook. haha

i found a liz sovia on facebook. she is from rockland, new york and studies at university of central florida. i just dont want to send my info to the wrong person!!

well thanks for letting everyone on this blog know my info :p haha

It is 87056515941 = 85977968400 + 1078741824 – (27+194256).

8597968400-1073741824-81-194256 = 9671515887
So it would be .. 9-671-515-887

I got 150-224-4452.

I have 87,051,515,887.
with log100(10) = 0,5 ; x^(-1) = 1/x –esp. (1/2)^(-1) = 2– ; aroot(x) = x^(1/a) –esp. sqrt(halfroot(16)) = sqrt(16^2) = 16– ; sin(30)=cos(60)=0,5 ; and as it has always been first multiply then add.
so = 85,977,968,400 + 1,073,741,824 – 194,337 = 87,051,515,887

The last answer is correct.

Im not going to explain the entire thing as I doubt by the answers given here that any of you would understand it. The answer is: 867-5309.

that sounded a little insulting but how do u know u r right???

It’s joke… that’s a song from 1982. He’s not smart, just old 😉

Isn’t that just from that song by Tommy Tutone?

Steven, thats jennys #!

jenny……

so the answer is???? tell me

The number is 87051515887.

I calculated it and I believe Andreas is correct but he miss-calculated in the end. Most scientific calculators will round the answers off. If you calculate it by hand your get these results….
85,977,968,400 + 1,073,741,824 = 87,051,710,224

87, 051,710,224 – 194,337 = 87,051,515,877

As a phone number I guess it could be an international number: 870- 15-51-5877
A country code for China, Yunnan Province, Zhaotong is 870
In China’s mobile numbers have 11 digits. So, who knows.

Sorry… typo… I didn’t mean Andreas’ calculations are off. I got the same answer as him. 87,051,515,877. ‘he’ should have been =’others’ . I meant that others may have been a off because some calculators round really large numbers using scientifc notation.

I got (236) 458 3332… I think it’s a Canadian area code

I got the same as Leonard above!

I’m a 17 year old girl from Sweden, so your prejudices may be correct because I got 87,051,710,337(.337), which neither of you did haha

that’s because liz sovia its from a song.. he didn’t to the math

It’s interesting that answers vary so wildly. I get 87051515887, but I won’t say why or how I’m fairly sure that’s correct.

I do know you can go to some rather interesting places on the Internet if you Google that number, though. 🙂

He doesnt that number is the name of a song.

What is your problem Steven? Got a small penis?! 😀

My answer is: 1627496300 I think I made a mistake somewhere.

Got bored and went to solve this problem “looking for a smart girl to start a relationship” then half way through i realized the denominator of the top part of the problem was set up weird where it has the sqrroot of 1/2….is that times the (sqroot of 16)sin30cos30? because the sqr16 is of center ( slightly lowered) and so are the continueing trig funtions. I went on to solve the rest but i am fighting myself because idk if i just dont understand it or….idk.

nevermind, got it :p i guess i was just picturing it weird

That’s real dedication right there! It is definitely written strange! I’m glad you figured it out what was your solution?

not sure if i got it right, i probably made a stupid mistake somewhere but..87035975488. its either wrong or a foreign number :p

I’ll post my answer as soon as I get some paper and compare!

ok, sounds good

So I ended up getting 1,344,100,634.849. Not sure if I missed something or interrupted the equation differently but it was still fun to calculate 😀

thats what i figured. i guess we will just have to wait for someone else to do it to tell us who is right :p

I agree lets get a third opinion 🙂

It is 8597770004

wow, three different answers. i guess we trust math brat has the right answer, right?

I agree the third time is always the charm!

well thank you both. this has been fun. haha

So how did you interpret the 1/2sqrt(16)…?

I took it as 1/(2sq(16))

really. i thought… sqrt(halfroot(16))

Oh I meant 1/(2sqroot(16)) which is still not the same as you thought.

I found an error in my math. I forgot the parenthesis that would cause the last term to be subtracted. 😦 My new answer is 10747244620

I will have to recalculate my ridiculous answer and see what happens…

i thought i was the only one who worried about stupid shit like this :p

haha tho its a nice one coz u pushed the lazy person on earth to here for this comment xD

is there a way to turn your real cell phone number into a crazy equation?. i want to impress my friends

ther might be a website but u would probably just have to do it yourself working backwards. if u want to give me ur number i can turn it into a calculus equation for u. and i promise im not some creep who will call u. haha

ther might be a website but u would probably just have to do it yourself working backwards. if u want to give me ur number i can turn it into a calculus equation for u. and i promise im not some creep who will call u. haha (computers being stupid, not sure if this was already posted)

1 – (074) 084849

I got 13757548491487

guys, this is what i got when i solved this equation: 50712949050

dont know if it is right 🙂

@lizsovia: do you have an email id or anything i can sent my phone number to? or i can just sent it to you through this blog. just let me know

considering you have my name u might as well just add me on facebook. haha

i found a liz sovia on facebook. she is from rockland, new york and studies at university of central florida. i just dont want to send my info to the wrong person!!

well thanks for letting everyone on this blog know my info :p haha

It is 87056515941 = 85977968400 + 1078741824 – (27+194256).

I got 87051321631 = 85977968400 + 1073741824 – (81 + 388512)

so i must totally screwed up… 61869345871

or even… 61869151975

i got 87051516001:)

8597968400-1073741824-81-194256 = 9671515887

So it would be .. 9-671-515-887

I got 150-224-4452.

I have 87,051,515,887.

with log100(10) = 0,5 ; x^(-1) = 1/x –esp. (1/2)^(-1) = 2– ; aroot(x) = x^(1/a) –esp. sqrt(halfroot(16)) = sqrt(16^2) = 16– ; sin(30)=cos(60)=0,5 ; and as it has always been first multiply then add.

so = 85,977,968,400 + 1,073,741,824 – 194,337 = 87,051,515,887

The last answer is correct.

Im not going to explain the entire thing as I doubt by the answers given here that any of you would understand it. The answer is: 867-5309.

that sounded a little insulting but how do u know u r right???

It’s joke… that’s a song from 1982. He’s not smart, just old 😉

Isn’t that just from that song by Tommy Tutone?

Steven, thats jennys #!

jenny……

so the answer is???? tell me

The number is 87051515887.

I calculated it and I believe Andreas is correct but he miss-calculated in the end. Most scientific calculators will round the answers off. If you calculate it by hand your get these results….

85,977,968,400 + 1,073,741,824 = 87,051,710,224

87, 051,710,224 – 194,337 = 87,051,515,877

As a phone number I guess it could be an international number: 870- 15-51-5877

A country code for China, Yunnan Province, Zhaotong is 870

In China’s mobile numbers have 11 digits. So, who knows.

Sorry… typo… I didn’t mean Andreas’ calculations are off. I got the same answer as him. 87,051,515,877. ‘he’ should have been =’others’ . I meant that others may have been a off because some calculators round really large numbers using scientifc notation.

I got (236) 458 3332… I think it’s a Canadian area code

I got the same as Leonard above!

I’m a 17 year old girl from Sweden, so your prejudices may be correct because I got 87,051,710,337(.337), which neither of you did haha

that’s because liz sovia its from a song.. he didn’t to the math

It’s interesting that answers vary so wildly. I get 87051515887, but I won’t say why or how I’m fairly sure that’s correct.

I do know you can go to some rather interesting places on the Internet if you Google that number, though. 🙂

He doesnt that number is the name of a song.

What is your problem Steven? Got a small penis?! 😀

My answer is: 1627496300 I think I made a mistake somewhere.

I got 87051515887