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he nearly got calcium?! FTW

Yo dawg I heard you like grades, so I put a grade in yo grade so you can get a C while you get an A!

He's screwing with the teacher. The answer is R.

this is hard

lmfao, nice teacher xD

I like the way the student coloured in some of the letters at the top LOL

LMFAO Sin Cos Tan ne1 notice that? lol

LMAO Racecar is racecar backwards, so the palindrome makes this funny.

Hey I remember doing that question in a past paper :D but that wasn't me. It was in the UK GCSE, AQA math paper. I think it's for January 2006. Not sure though.

Ca is C+

whats a Ca?(nearly B)

Okay, congruent=same angles different size. So right away the fact that triangles "R" and "S" have an equal side with triangle "P" rules them out. I love the conspiracy theory style guess though... Classic.

guys guys, don't you know what congruent means? Q is a similar triangle, because the angles are the same but the scale is different. R is correct, because sin30degrees = 8/16

The answer is obviously "S." After all, the other two have "SPECIMEN" through them, and are therefore not congruent.

i say S as well. :D.

You guys that say Q is the answer are SO SMART!!! Hey, look, it's a 306090 triangle that's isosceles at the SAME TIME!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

People who said Q fell for the trick. Notice the 8 is initially on the bottom of the triangle whereas in Q it isnt. Both sides being 8 would make it isosceles which it cant be with a 30 degree angle hence Q is automatically wrong.

Cc is low c, Cb is med. C and Ca is high. Its like subgrades of the grades.

The word "SPECIMEN" seen here means the teacher copied the picture from a sample page, which the publisher almost certainly didn't give him permission to do. I say, sue him for copyright infringement!

The answer is R you ignorant fucks, its a 30 60 90 triangle with 8 opposite the 30

"must be a sign from heavens"?

hahahahah this one is awesome!!!!!
he nearly got calcium?! FTW