From what I can tell, this is definitely from the more difficult end. Easier ones involve much simpler premises and conditions, i.e. what is the distance, in megaparsecs, that a snail travels in the amount of time it takes Pluto to make a full revolution around the sun or something like that.People are actually expected to figure this stuff out....
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How fast, in decimeters per hour squared, would a 2017 Volkswagen Beetle, which is currently orbiting the Earth at 700 km altitude, have to be accelerating in order to use as much power as the sun emits?
Unome has high standardsFrom what I can tell, this is definitely from the more difficult end. Easier ones involve much simpler premises and conditions, i.e. what is the distance, in megaparsecs, that a snail travels in the amount of time it takes Pluto to make a full revolution around the sun or something like that.People are actually expected to figure this stuff out....
Let me take a stab:Unome has high standardsFrom what I can tell, this is definitely from the more difficult end. Easier ones involve much simpler premises and conditions, i.e. what is the distance, in megaparsecs, that a snail travels in the amount of time it takes Pluto to make a full revolution around the sun or something like that.People are actually expected to figure this stuff out....
Also, new question:
How many copies of Campbell's Biology would it take to cover the state of Texas?
Let me take a stab:Unome has high standards
From what I can tell, this is definitely from the more difficult end. Easier ones involve much simpler premises and conditions, i.e. what is the distance, in megaparsecs, that a snail travels in the amount of time it takes Pluto to make a full revolution around the sun or something like that.
Also, new question:
How many copies of Campbell's Biology would it take to cover the state of Texas?New question:
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What is the mass, in kilograms, of a stack of quarters stretching from the sun to the center of the Andromeda galaxy?
https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=g ... googolplexHow many times would a violet light (assume perfect light) wrap around the universe if it traveled for Googleplex to the Googleplex lunar months?
I'll admit, I had to look up the radius of the observable universe. I got:How many times would a violet light (assume perfect light) wrap around the universe if it traveled for Googleplex to the Googleplex lunar months?
I don't think that's right, but whatever.I'll admit, I had to look up the radius of the observable universe. I got:How many times would a violet light (assume perfect light) wrap around the universe if it traveled for Googleplex to the Googleplex lunar months?Not 100% sure I did that right.
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A horse walks into a bar. How fast would he have to be walking into the bar in order to have the equivalent amount of (kinetic) energy as 10 million chickens crossing the road at normal chicken speed?
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