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The Movie Math Quiz Part 4 - April 27, 2011
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2. Vertical Limit
7. Wall-e

4. American Pie
8. 127 Hours

4. American Pie
5. Cube

4 = American Pie

5 = The Cube

9 = The Elephant Man

4. American Pie

1 7 pounds
2 Vertical Limit
3
4 American Pie
5 xXx or Triple X
6
7 Wall-E
8
9
10 Batteries Not Included

5. The cube

4. American Pie
5. Triple X
6. Lord of the Rings
8. 127 Hours
9. The Elephant Man

1. Seven Pounds
2. Vertical limit
3. Speed
4. American Pie
5. Cube??? (Couldnt be this simple, could it?)
6. ????????
7. Wall-E
8. 127 hours
9. Elephant man
10. ??????????

1) Seven Pounds
2) Wall-e
4) American Pie
5) Cube
9) The Elephant Man

4. American Pie
8. 127 hours

1, Seven Pounds
2, Vertical Limit
4, American Pie.
5, Triple X.
7, Wall-E
8, 127 hours.
9, The Elephant Man

4. American Pi(e)
5. Cube
8. 127 hours

Is #6 "Lord of the Rings"?

1. 7 Pounds
2. Vertical Limit
3. Speed
4. American Pie
5. xXx or Cube (both work)
6. Lord of the Rings
7. WALL-E
8. 127 Hours
9. The Elephant Man
10. *batteries not included (note: the * is in the movie's name)

1. 7 Pounds
2. Vertical Limit
3. Speed
4. American Pie
5. Triple X
6. ?
7. Wall-e
8. 127 Hours
9. Elephant Man
10. Batteries Not Included

3. terminal velocity???

1. Seven pounds (Will Smith, 2008)
10. Batteries not included ?

1. Seven Pounds
2. Vertical Limit
3. Speed
4. American Pi(e) ;)
5. Triple X/xXx or Cube
6. Lord of the rings
7. WALL-E
8. 127 hours
9. Elephant man
10. Batteries not included

4. American Pie
5. Wall-E
6. Lord of the Rings (love it!)
7. The Elephant Man
8. 127 Hours

Never heard of the films most people have for 1 or 2. 3 puzzled me, as I've always used x for position, not s, assuming it is Speed. The only other thing that occurred to me was Absolute Power, but that would rightly be dW/dt, not ds/dt.

The derivative of position with respect to time is velocity. s is distance covered and its derivative with respect to time is speed.

5. is a porno.

Lol nice 1

a) Seven Pounds 08
b) Vertical Limit 00
c) Speed 94
d) American Pi 99
e) Cube 97
f) The Lord of the Rings 01
g) Wall-E 08
h) 127 Hours 11
i) The Elephant Man 80
j) Batteries not included 87

For all the answers http://goo.gl/ik7Mz

1. 7 Pounds
2. Vertical Limit
3. Speed
4. American Pie
5. Cube or XXX
6. The Lord of the Rings
8. Wall-E
9. 127 Hours
10. The Elephant Man
11. Batteries not included

Can someone explain the 6th one ?

The things in boxes are rings http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_(mathematics)
and there is a lord beside them.

At first look:
===============================
?
vertial limit
speed
american pie
xxx
?
?
?
?

After research:
===============================
seven pounds
vertial limit
speed
american pie
xxx
?
wall-e
127 hours (didn't google, but i used a calculator...)
the elephant man
?

Batteries not included! I should have searched "batteries not" instead of "not battery"...

In my defence, I never knew such a movie existed...

In your offense, I am 23 and that was my child hood favorite movie with little flying saucers helping to repair a hotel//diner and then make baby flying saucers

I live in India.

1. 7 pounds
3. speed
4. american pie
5. triple X
9. umm... elephant man?

[7 pounds][vertical limit][speed][american pie][cube][lord of the rings][wall-e][127 hours][elephant man][*batteries not included]

You almost got my name right. :)

Whoops, that should be right now.

1. Seven Pounds 2. Vertical Limit 3. Speed 4. American Pie 5. XXX 7. Wall-E 9. The Elephant Man 10. Batteries not included

could anyone tell me why #6 is Lord of the Rings? (if it is..)

Why would you need absolute value for Speed?

coz Speed is a scalar quantity. Without the absolute value, it would represent Velocity(which is a vector).

Not really. s is distance, \vec{s} is displacement.

to Sarthak Chandra: The man with a crown is a lord (I first thought of a king) and the stuff in the bubbles represents rings in the mathematical sense, that's why it is Lord of the Rings.

1. Seven Pounds (2008)
2. Vertical Limit (2000)
3. Speed (1994)
4. American Pie (1999)
5. Cube (1997)
6. Some thing related to Mario
7. Wall-E (2008)
8. 127 Hours (2010)
9. The Elephant Man (1980)
10. Not 3 cells ?

6) the kings speech

Though I see 7 lbs for #1, KG !=kg. G=gauss, g=gram, k=kilo=1000, K=??. Seeing as nerds are always pedantic (ALWAYS, dammit), I had to be right gently correct.

6. Brokendown Palace?

3.- is Acceleration not Spedd

Could anybody discuss the logic behind '6 - The Lord of the Rings'?
Many of you posted this movie name but I am confused.

1.Seven Pounds
2.Vertical Limit
3.Speed
4.American Pie
5.XXX
6.Queen of the damned
7.Wall-E
8.27 Hours
9.The Elephant Man
10.Crank- High Voltage

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