# Thread: Simple Maths Question #2

1. ## Simple Maths Question #2

I have 10 ladders, my friend threw 2 apples on my roof.

Please calculate the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY.

2. Originally Posted by Deftera
I have 10 ladders, my friend threw 2 apples on my roof.

Please calculate the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY.

it at least 1 kevlin

3. Originally Posted by Deftera
I have 10 ladders, my friend threw 2 apples on my roof.

Please calculate the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY.

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4. Originally Posted by walkstick
it at least 1 kevlin

5. an interesting question i must say

6. Originally Posted by Deftera
I have 10 ladders, my friend threw 2 apples on my roof.

Please calculate the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY.

You have 10 ladders and your friend threw 2 apples to the roof. We all know the apples are very important to measuring temperature, the apples have heated up to 2 Kelvin due to Canis Majoris VY, which is 174.5 times less than the temperature of ladders. 2K(174.5)=349K, so the Kelvin of a ladder is 398K. 10 ladders are equal to the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY, so 349K(10)=3490K. With this, I can conclude that the size of bigfoot's toes are at least 25cm in size.

7. Originally Posted by Satania
You have 10 ladders and your friend threw 2 apples to the roof. We all know the apples are very important to measuring temperature, the apples have heated up to 2 Kelvin due to Canis Majoris VY, which is 174.5 times less than the temperature of ladders. 2K(174.5)=349K, so the Kelvin of a ladder is 398K. 10 ladders are equal to the Kelvin of Canis Majoris VY, so 349K(10)=3490K. With this, I can conclude that the size of bigfoot's toes are at least 25cm in size.

8. Who's Kevin and what's up with his major Canis

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