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Anyone can join at any time.
There will usally be a few questions in one so called “Trivia puzzle”, and they give out points based on difficulty as follows:
The same as Kong badges, so easy: 5 medium: 15 hard: 30 impossible: 60
There will be anywhere from 0 to 10 trivia puzzles a day, just depends on how lazy/creative I am.



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Scores:
Antigamefire – 110 pts (Lv3)
DragonArcherZ – 185 pts (Lv4)
hamuka – 30 pts (Lv1)
jh05013 – 5 pts (Lv. 1)
Behemoth542 – 60 pts (Lv2)



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Trivia Puzzle 1: What do these manga names mean:
easy – 5: Katsu
easy – 5: Fuyu
impossible – 60: Naruya



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Naruya itself could mean multiple stuff from Japanese. I do know a few rules of Japanese. There are no L’s, and Japanese verbs always end in an U.
Naru means to roar, to become or to reach, among other things.
Ya, I happen to know is a separate word, meaning melting or arrow.
**To become an arrow, To reach like an arrow, to roar like an arrow.** I’ll submit all 3 and hope I’m right.
Edit: Reading back now, it could also mean **That is where it is.**
Fatsu, easy. ~~~~ Tsu, one. Fa ~~~~ , File. **One file.**
And Fuyu, which it still feels like here. **Winter.**



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Answers:
Katsu: Victorious (Nobody)
Fuyu: Winter (5 points for antigame)
Naruya: Roaring Arrow (Antigamefire again)

Trivia Puzzle 2: Math part 1
easy – 5: 6 × 6
medium – 15: 6 / 2(21)
hard – 30: What place in this world can have their temperatures Fahrenheit and Celsius equal?



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6/2(1) = 6/2 = 3
And Russia’s Antarctic Vostok, or Canada’s own Alert, Nunavut. Anyplace that reaches 40 for both, so far north or south, basically.



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Levelling system:
[Lvl 120](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/1/topics/4523)
[Rest of Lvls](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/1/topics/8314)
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Searches are your best friend; it’s not hard.



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Trivia Puzzle 3: Math pt 2
hard – 30: At a party, everyone shook hands with everybody else. There were 66 handshakes. How many people were at the party?
impossible – 60: Every day, a teenage girl goes to work. Assume last year she had no money, and kept it up to now. Then she spends 1/2 of her money on clothes, then 1/3 of the remaining money on Steam games, and then 1/4 of the remaining money on rent for the apartment. After she bought all of that, she had $7777 left. Assuming she only gets money by work, how much money does she earn every month?
hard – 30: According to the question above, how much does she get a year?



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So whoever happens to be online when you post gets the points? That seems fair.
Also, you didnt close the bracket in the thread title and it bothers me.



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Math:
1) 11.
2) $2592.333
3) $31108
Guessed a bit on 2 and 3.



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> *Originally posted by **[adv0catus](/forums/36/topics/335129?page=1#posts7019361):***
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> So whoever happens to be online when you post gets the points? That seems fair.
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> Also, you didnt close the bracket in the thread title and it bothers me.
Fix’d.



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Handshake question: **12.** The equation is easy: We just need to add all numbers from 1 to (number of people1), which is (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11)=1+10+2+9+3+8+4+7+5+6+11=11×6=66.
Would do the rest, but I gtg, so they’re up for grabs. They’re also easy.



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Trivia Puzzle 4: Math again.
impossible – 60: A guy says, “My grandson is about as many days as my son in weeks, and my grandson is as many months as I am in years. My grandson, my son and I together are 120 years.” How old is the guy in years?



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A = Man’s age. B= Son’s Age. C= Grandson’s age.
A + B + C = 120
Since A is a variable everything relies on it stays, but since C is reliant on A and B is reliant on C, so I can subitute those out for formulas that rely on A instead.
C=A/12, Months
B=(C\*30)/7
A + (((A/12)\*30)/7) + (A/12) = 120
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Using a function calculator, I determine my set to this formula, set to steps of 10 between 0 and 100, I find it is between 80 and 90. Now, going 1 step between those, I find 83 is 119.55, and 84 is 121.
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After doing it twice more, I find the answer is 83.31 years old.
This would make the grandson 6.9425 years old, and the son 29.7536.
Now to plug it into my original value.
A + B + C = 120
83.31 + 6.9425 + 29.7536 = 120
120.0061 = 120. Close enough, eh?
(It’s quite close to hell typing all this on a phone. It’s nice that I was good at calculus as a kid, though, as math was not a pain. Nice to see I’m not rusty.)



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> *Originally posted by **[betterplayer](/forums/36/topics/335129?page=1#posts7023189):***
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> Adeeb gets 30 pts.
Which question did he get correctly? And why’d I get no points?



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Since you did say “about”, and not exactly, anti’s solution should be close, but incorrect.
The man’s age is 83, the son’s age is 30, and the grandson’s age is 7.
Also, Anti, in your ending statement, you exchanged the grandson’s and the son’s age.



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Wrong, wrong, wrong.
Answer is 72.
Trivia puzzle 5: Math again again
easy – 5: Using eight eights and addition only, can you make 1000?
impossible – 60:
Can you find a seven digit number which describes itself. The first digit is the number of zeros in the number. The second digit is the number of ones in the number, etc. For example, in the number 21200, there are 2 zeros, 1 one, 2 twos, 0 threes and 0 fours.



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> *Originally posted by **[hamuka](/forums/36/topics/335129?page=1#posts7024126):***
> > *Originally posted by **[betterplayer](/forums/36/topics/335129?page=1#posts7023189):***
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> > Adeeb gets 30 pts.
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> Which question did he get correctly? And why’d I get no points?
I want to know this as well. I affirm that hamuka’s answer (12) is correct.



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Trivia Puzzle 6: First person to post after this gets 60 pts.



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Hrmm. Seems I get 60 points.



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> *Originally posted by **[betterplayer](/forums/36/topics/335129?page=1#posts7027787):***
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> Trivia Puzzle 6: First person to post after this gets 60 pts.
Ok, that was quite not a trivia question…



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I really want someone to get to lv 65.
Trivia puzzle 7: Free pts for knowing one question
Note there are a million of the same question for a reason
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
impossible – 60: What is 10!
