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Chain Lightning Math 2
Can you name the numbers, one at a time, in the math chain?
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How to Play
Click the green button to start and enter the correct answers below
Unless otherwise stated, all operations are to be performed on the answer to the question before. The operations will generally get tougher the further you go. Good luck!
#1: Start by entering '2'
#2: Double that
#3: Add 7
#4: Add 107
#5: Add 1007
#6: Divide by 125
#7: Take that to the power of 0
(Anything except zero itself, to the power of zero, is equal to 1.)
#8: Take THAT to the power of -1
(Anything except zero, to the power of -1, is equal to the reciprocal of that number.)
#9: Add 0.10101
#10: Multiply by 10
Congrats on making it this far!
#11: Add 3.989
#12: Round to the nearest hundredth
#13: Multiply by the number of feet in a yard.
(There are three feet in a yard.)
#14: Multiply by the number of dwarves whose names end in 'y'
(Happy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Grumpy, and Dopey.)
#15: Subtract the number of decades in ten centuries
(10 years in a decade and 1000 years in ten centuries.)
#16: Take the square root of five times that much
(This is easy if you recognize that 5x5x5 = 125. So, the square root of 5x125 = the square root of 5x5x5x5, or just 5x5, which is 25.)
#17: Multiply by the number of compartments in the bovine stomach
(Cows have four stomachs.)
#18: How many times does the answer to #10 go into that, not counting remainder?
#19: Add the number of donuts in five baker's dozens
(13 in a baker's dozen, and five times that is 65.)
#20: If that number is the length of something in millimetres, what is the length in micrometres?
Ten to go!
#21: Add Michael Jordan's original jersey number
#22: Add the second-highest amount of points you can be awarded for jumping on the flag to end a level in Super Mario Bros (Hint: The most you can get is 5000)
(In the Japanese sequel, you could snag a 1-UP for hitting the very top.)
#23: Add the number of the year in which Columbus discovered Puerto Rico
(He sailed the ocean blue in 1492, but didn't find this island until a year later.)
#24: Subtract the largest number found in the title of any Jules Verne work
(The 'twenty-thousand' part had to do with distance travelled, not depth underwater.)
#25: Add the second-largest number you can create using only the four digits 0, 0, 2, and 8
(8200 is the first-biggest... 8020 is the second.)
#26: Feel powerful and take the square root of that!
(The computer geeks had that one in the bag.)
#27: Subtract the total number of 'a's in the names of the continents
(Europe doesn't have any. But it has the most Es!)
#28: Subtract the total number of British/English monarchs who were named 'Edward'
#29: Treating 0 as the first Fibonacci number and 1 as the second, divide your answer to #28 by the eighth Fibonacci number
(Each number in the Fibonacci sequence is equal to the sum of the two before it.)
#30: Finally, add one quintillion!
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