1 second left... I almost missed it because I mistyped 882 as 8282, so I was rapidly backspacing with about 2 seconds left and basically jammed the keyboard typing 82 again... PHEW!
I'm usually terrible at math but this one was easy for me - 31 sec. left. Thank you, QM, for boosting my math self-esteem today. (Now if only I could find a way to nail those world capitals.)
Nice one! was better than I though, only missed two.
Felt more intuitive than actually doing the math after a while, but each time my answer was right, didnt have any mistakes, which surprised me actually.
Because I typed it before I was even sure it was right (inner debate, nooo dont type it yet, we arent so yet -alter ego- no just dive right in, it ll be fine)
Just found one breach and hopefully my poor English may help me to explain it: if you select the given numbers to double, copy and paste them on a text editor (in my case, on "Notes" of iPhone), you got two columns, the left one with the numbers and right one with the answers.
I know that cheating Jetpunk is cheating yourself, I just wanted to let you know about it. Not sure if it was found already (didn't scroll down all the comment section).
If this makes anyone feel better, I have a masters degree in math, I have taught math for 4 years, I can solve partial differential equations and have written countless proofs of theorems in abstract algebra, and my high score on this quiz is only 15/20 lol. Many working mathematicians aren't even that good at simple arithmetic. There are many facets to intelligence, so don't compare yourself to others.
For what it's worth, I had 46 seconds left.
unless i missed a joke
XD
Felt more intuitive than actually doing the math after a while, but each time my answer was right, didnt have any mistakes, which surprised me actually.
Because I typed it before I was even sure it was right (inner debate, nooo dont type it yet, we arent so yet -alter ego- no just dive right in, it ll be fine)
Just found one breach and hopefully my poor English may help me to explain it: if you select the given numbers to double, copy and paste them on a text editor (in my case, on "Notes" of iPhone), you got two columns, the left one with the numbers and right one with the answers.
I know that cheating Jetpunk is cheating yourself, I just wanted to let you know about it. Not sure if it was found already (didn't scroll down all the comment section).
This beats 40% of quiztakers.
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