This guy needs to ******* study. His maths makes no sense. He took out holidays, which include sundays, after sundays, meaning he counts those sundays in the holidays twice. He does this for multiple ******* things. Dumbass.
That's the catch, falacy math to make a joke.
How did you get so many thumbs?
A few posts ago, half FJ was bragging about having 130+ IQ. Here, they're unable to understand a simple math joke.
You're all pretty stupid, you know that?
Average has nothing to do with how many things in the set are above or below it. For example in the set of numbers (10, 10, 10, 10, 5) 80% of the numbers are above the average (9). lrn2mth
alright listen here ******** , IQ tests are based on a bell curve, so that exactly 1/2 of the people are above it and 1/2 of the people are below it. They then assign this to be 100. This value is called the "mean" of the values or the average. Before getting all pissy and bragging about you can do 2nd grade math, learn all the definitions of the word "average"
Mean and average are completely different things, and and that bell curve you're talking about creates gives us values based on a percentile. The definition of average I stated is correct. Please check your facts before calling someone a " ******** ", also grow a pair and log in to reply.
Technically the holidays could be Christmas/spring break etc. And other days like Labor Day and what not. I'm sure there's at least 40 days of that excluding Sundays
Let's try make this a little bit more realistic, shall we?
Ok, so he's correct about one thing, there are indeed 365 days in a year, now, let's not take away Sundays, because what the **** does that have to do with anything? So we still have 365 days, let's also forget about summer, because the weather being too hot is no excuse. So, on to sleep, let's say 8 hours is the average, that's 121.6 days worth of hours, we are left with 243.4 days, or 5841.6 hours. Fooling around is not something that is necessary, but I dare say we will have plenty of time for that by the end of this. Let's lower our eating time to 1 hour a day, and that's being generous, and assuming there would be no overlap of eating and education, so we're down to 233.6 days, or 5607.2 hours. Now, on to chatting with family and friends, I know this is FunnyJunk, but let's just assume that people do indeed have friends, so at one hour a day, that's 223.9 days, or 5376.6 hours, now, Exams and tests, the actual exams themselves will at most, take 1 day in a year, and the other 34 he's accounting for, is in fact studying time, so let's just -1 day from our time here. we're on 222.9 days, or 5352.6 hours. Now, for holidays, again, these are not reasons not to study, but let's just say they are, shall we? We'll give 2 weeks for Christmas, 1 week for Easter, and 8 weeks for Summer. So we're down 77 days, but hold on, we can't count everything above in those 77 days. So we'll have to re add some time, so all together now, we're at about 178.1 days, or 4274.6 hours. Now, one thing this guy has forgotten to add, is actual time in school, on average, I believe a school day is around 9am-3pm, minus the breaks we'll say that's 5 hours a day. So we're left with 141 days, or 3384.1 hours to find time to study.
I would put exams at atleast 2 days, probely 3 days and birthday
and I don't remember what my excuses was.
But I had much more problem procrastinating stuff we had to hand in than doing exams
This is completely retarded. They put things in the wrong order; You do things during summer, church doesn't take up an entire day, unless you're an idiot you know how to multitask, and etc. This person obviously spent all of his study time coming up for some ******** explanation that makes no sense at all for a question that probably wasn't actually answered that way.
0/10 would not recommend to friends or family.
who the **** takes exams for 35 days a year? If each exam is 2 hours, that means you took 420 exams in a year, translating to more than one exam each day.
Think of it more as time allotted to eating each day not the physical act.
Breakfast: 20 minutes for me, drinking coffee etc watching news/ reading something
Lunch: Typically a lunch hour for some, currently 40 minutes for me.
Dinner: between 30 and 1 hour+ (have to factor in sunday roasts and special occasion meals too)
Snacking throughout the day? could be anything depending on the person.
It is wrong though. after he subtracted the summer and sundays, he wrote we sleep 8 hours a day in A YEAR.
if he was making a joke, that could at least be accurate
Two scentists walk into a bar.
The first scientist says "I'd like some H2O"
The second says, "I'd like some H2O too"
The bartender gives them both water.