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Order's up!

2. 90°<θ<180° 69 40

3. 160 a<b+c

4. √(-1) 349

5. × 69 91

6. (x^2/a^2) + (y^2/b^2) =1 137

7. ÷ 17 ^ S

8. {1/cos(θ)}s 109

9. (162)^3

Would you like that supersized? (Warning: May be difficult to

digest...;P)

10. 217 A h(17)nat

11. p(k) = λ^k / (k!)(e^λ) 126

12. 1.51 121L QED {[cos(2θ) sin(2θ), sin(2θ) -cos(2θ)]*265G}

13. -((h/2π)^2/2m)(∂^2Ψ(x,t)/∂x^2)+V(x,t)Ψ(x,t) = j(h/2π)(∂Ψ(x,t)/∂t) 91

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Oh, you know it's gonna be a good one when that's the first reply...;P

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i haven't even started high school yet, let alone learned any trig, so i can't solve it but...

the first few just have formulas and functions and then numbers coming after them. Sort of like Python syntax. i tried solving the first few using that syntax and i got a bunch of numbers now.

what's the question? is it a riddle, or an encryption?

edit- do the colored fonts matter in any way?

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Mazui datta kana

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ozone, O^3 ?

right?

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its code for the tartans thats scots kilts come in!

You can just look up the kilt - if there is a 1/4 lber they are a McDonalds

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9. (162)^3

I actually calculated this and got 4330747, which looks like l33t. But it makes no sense, because it would spell AEEOTAT or AEEOLAL OR AEEOLAT... which rearranged could spell Aloe Tea.

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Just because I look like I'm good at math doesn't mean I am!

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4. √(-1) 349

root(-1) = i

i349 = 0+i349 = 349L90

L stands for angle

EDIT : I know it's the obvious part .

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4. √(-1) 349

imaginary pea? SQRT of -1 is an imaginary number, 349 = EAP, rearranged to say pea.

Grasping at straws, here.
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its code for the tartans thats scots kilts come in!

You can just look up the kilt - if there is a 1/4 lber they are a McDonalds

PERVERT!!

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imaginary pea? SQRT of -1 is an imaginary number, 349 = EAP, rearranged to say pea.
Grasping at straws, here.

Sorry , but how are you getting pea ? Am I missing something ? Was it a part of a previous Y-s riddle?

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Sorry , but how are you getting pea ? Am I missing something ? Was it a part of a previous Y-s riddle?

No, like I said, grasping at straws. 349 is leet for EAP. I just rearranged the letters to make it fit.

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No, like I said, grasping at straws. 349 is leet for EAP. I just rearranged the letters to make it fit.

Wow ! I didn't know of leet . Now I know . Thanks jif .

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Order's up!

Would you like that supersized? (Warning: May be difficult to

digest...;P)

I guess I'll take the first stab at answering, although I'm certain this answer is wrong, maybe someone else can get the idea.

If 2π rad could be made to represent 'w' (and I'm almost certain it doesn't) and with a little creative spelling, I can get the answer "waffles."

Explanation:

w OF AlS

W = ??? = 2π rad

OF = Oxygen Fluoride = 8 + 9 = 17

AlS = Aluminum Sulfur = 13 + 16 = 29

Some of this might be the right strategy, but I'm not finding the right exp​ressions.

The one thing I'm fairly certain about is that each answer should be food (as there are at least three references to ordering food from a restaurant: the title, and the two phrases in the quote.

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Order's up!

2. 90°<θ<180° 69 40

Size Matter

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Okay, after reading these posts, I am really thinking "huh????"

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Actually, I titled this "a combo meal" because it's a combination of some things I've used before...

Initially I considered subtitling this "Enigmatic Enigma Out This Figure"...;P

The first 9 should be okay...10 requires some thinking out of the (jack in the) box, 11 needs some special sauce, and 12 is a real whopper! ;P (have you realized that I love themes yet?) 13 isn't really that hard, but being me, I had to include it and conclude with it...the cherry on top!

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Actually, I titled this "a combo meal" because it's a combination of some things I've used before...

Initially I considered subtitling this "Enigmatic Enigma Out This Figure"...;P

The first 9 should be okay...10 requires some thinking out of the (jack in the) box, 11 needs some special sauce, and 12 is a real whopper! ;P (have you realized that I love themes yet?) 13 isn't really that hard, but being me, I had to include it and conclude with it...the cherry on top!

So they are not really food?

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So they are not really food?

Lol...well, some depend on which animals you think are edible...;P

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which one's a complimentary angle and which one's supplementary? I can never remember lol and an obtuse angle is between 90 and 180... so I assume the first word of #2 is obtuse...hmmm...

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which one's a complimentary angle and which one's supplementary? I can never remember lol and an obtuse angle is between 90 and 180... so I assume the first word of #2 is obtuse...hmmm...

Complimentary - Sum to 90 degrees(pi/2 radians)

Supplementary - Sum to 180 degrees(pi radians)

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which one's a complimentary angle and which one's supplementary? I can never remember lol and an obtuse angle is between 90 and 180... so I assume the first word of #2 is obtuse...hmmm...

Obtuse...yeah, but..."could you put that in plain english?"

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Not very sure but...

fishy?

2. Obtuse barracuda ?

11. Poisson Cavernicole ?

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Order's up!

2. 90°<θ<180° 69 40

3. 160 a<b+c

4. √(-1) 349

5. × 69 91

6. (x^2/a^2) + (y^2/b^2) =1 137

7. ÷ 17 ^ S

8. {1/cos(θ)}s 109

9. (162)^3

Would you like that supersized? (Warning: May be difficult to

digest...;P)

10. 217 A h(17)nat

11. p(k) = λ^k / (k!)(e^λ) 126

12. 1.51 121L QED {[cos(2θ) sin(2θ), sin(2θ) -cos(2θ)]*265G}

13. -((h/2π)^2/2m)(∂^2Ψ(x,t)/∂x^2)+V(x,t)Ψ(x,t) = j(h/2π)(∂Ψ(x,t)/∂t) 91

I don't know if this helps anyone, but I just noticed that 13 is Shroedinger's Equation... well, almost.

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