# Rabbit Algebra

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 Revision as of 05:16, 3 May 2006 (edit)m (rv, the fact is stated, people can assume what they will.)← Older edit Revision as of 01:05, 17 September 2006 (edit) (undo)Seahen (Talk | contribs) (→Fun Facts)Newer edit → Line 4: Line 4: ==Fun Facts== ==Fun Facts== - *If solved, x = ±9. + *If solved, ''x'' = ±9. - *The score, logx14, is dependent on x; Setting x to 14 or any integer root of 14 (e.g. square root, cube root, etc) yields an integral score. + *The score, log''x''14, is dependent on ''x''; setting ''x'' to 14 or any integer root of 14 (e.g. square root, cube root, etc) yields an integral score. If ''x'' = 9, the score is 1.20108675; if ''x'' = –9, the score is the [[wikipedia:complex number|complex number]] 0.39453247 – 0.564102697''i'' (which is probably not a useful value). *The score cannot be zero. *The score cannot be zero. - *In the number of "mans", 2x=6, x is equal to 3. + *In the number of "mans", 2''x''=6, ''x'' is equal to 3. - *The version on HomestarRunner.com PAY PLUS! has the problem x2 + 28 = 44, which gives x = ±4. + *The version on HomestarRunner.com PAY PLUS! has the problem ''x''2 + 28 = 44, which gives ''x'' = ±4. ==Appearances== ==Appearances==

## Revision as of 01:05, 17 September 2006

Solve for X!!

Rabbit Algebra is a Videlectrix educational title, shown in the Peasant's Quest Preview. It is a "game" where algebra is taught by a rabbit. This is a parody of The Learning Company's Reader Rabbit and Math Rabbit, where various animals teach elementary subjects. It is not listed on Videlectrix's website and cannot be played.

## Fun Facts

• If solved, x = ±9.
• The score, logx14, is dependent on x; setting x to 14 or any integer root of 14 (e.g. square root, cube root, etc) yields an integral score. If x = 9, the score is 1.20108675; if x = –9, the score is the complex number 0.39453247 – 0.564102697i (which is probably not a useful value).
• The score cannot be zero.
• In the number of "mans", 2x=6, x is equal to 3.
• The version on HomestarRunner.com PAY PLUS! has the problem x2 + 28 = 44, which gives x = ±4.