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my brain hurts

uhhhhhmm..where can i signing for the math lesson ? here ? THIS IS A JOKE WEB PAGE...not math lesson for christ sake...just move on

ha i actually did that on my exan sophomore year lol

This is also equal to sin(45). They both equal .7071067812.

ZOMBIES

square root 2.. duh.. 0.71.. idiot

omg this is from Paint ;d fakeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

funny this is..you cant simplify it any more than it already is.. FAIL!!!

Math FAIL

1/sqrt(2) is improper from because you can't leave radicals in the denominator

= 0.70710678

Ohhhh, I lolled

http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&safe=off&q=sqrt%282%29%2F2&meta=&aq=f&oq=

it equals to 0.71 :)

= √.5

LOL

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at the guy who wrote : √2/2 Can also be expressed as √2/(2/1) Since dividing a fraction is the same as multiplying by it's reciprocal, it can be determined that: √2/2=√2x(1/2) or √2/2=0.5√2 dude its a freaking joke.....

wow.... square root(2) / 2 = 0.707106781 fucking idiots

simplify, bitches.

sqrt[1/2] might be what the teach was looking for.

√2/2 Can also be expressed as √2/(2/1) Since dividing a fraction is the same as multiplying by it's reciprocal, it can be determined that: √2/2=√2x(1/2) or √2/2=0.5√2

i can count to potato lol when i had to type in my zombie test i got i haven't got a clue

When theres nothing else to do....be a genius...

This shit is impossible, Next they're gonna ask us to divide by 0

That is just fukkin' Stupid!!!

Math Fails are so hilarious

dumbass

I don't get it bruv lyk....X

Why is there a joke someone made on a site about exam answers...? You can even see it was made in MS Paint.

Th answer is 0.5, as it sits under the squre root symbol, sqrt0.5 = 0.71

0.7071067811865475

However, he forgot something: 

so zetta awesome

FAIL!!!!!!! but the answer is 1/sqrt(2)

"1sqrt(2) is improper from because you can't leave radicals in the denominator" That would be the numerator. Don't try to be the intelligent man on the Internet if you can't.

Honestly, I blame the teacher for this one.

If he continued this problem until it was completely simplified, then empirically speaking it should equal the square root of one or just one. I'm such a math nerd... ( ._.)

Two and two don't go together here...

You can have radicals in the denominator, the only reason you are taught to get them out is to make it easier for the less intelligent kids to understand multiplying conjugates. And, it is also equal to sin(pi/4)

I think its a pretty funny move. Drop all the math war will ya?

damn, that answer is RADICAL!

you cant flip the equation without multiplying both ends by the denominator in which it wouldnt simplify. The answer to this is actually just 45°

may be sin 45° or cos 45°

if only life was that simple.

Teacher said:"GOOD JOB KIDS!!"

LoL That's So FUNNY !! !!

"funny this is..you cant simplify it any more than it already is.. FAIL!!!"  sqrt(2)/2 = 2/sqr(2)  sqr(2) = 2*2 = 4  2/4 = 1/2 = 0.5

that`s the right answer

"funny this is..you cant simplify it any more than it already is.. FAIL!!!" sqr_root(2)/2 = 2/sqr(2) sqr(2) = 2*2 = 4 2/4 = 1/2 = 0.5

Based on the various answers, this was obviously a confusing problem by how they crossed out the 2's…What answer did they want?
FAIL