# The Numberphile Topic -- The Official Nerdy Math Topic! [OLD]

#433

Ok, I can't solve that. It's a way too hard for me​
I need some practice first. I'll be back in some years when I'm better at math.....

#434

Hehe, okay. Can you simplify this?

(3x+2y)^2

If you can't solve it, then simplify this:

(3xy)^2

#435

I don't think you're able to simplify that, at least not what I know.

#436

12523667819987965222235226542278556214809642631435158622

#437

False

Look at jonnygamers post to see the answer

#438

LOL I was just spāmming random digits.

#439

I know the answer is √53.

#440

That's ten numbers higher than Pink Sheep can count!
53-10

#441

Simplify.

99y+362x-3y

#442

In feet, what is the length of the missing side?

#443

If it were a right triangle, the side would be about
2828427.47cm

In feet..
92796.18 ft

mins and maxes

@Healeybot1
Minimum length: 2000001cm
Maximum length: 3999999cm

In feet..
Min: 65616.83ft
Max: 131233.56ft

#444

The most ridiculous geometry problem in the world.

#445

Did you convert centimeters into feet?

#446

Oooooooh, snap..

#447

Huge numbers, aren't they?

#448

I don't think this is really possible xD

#449

Yeah, it's intentionally ridiculous, like The Impossible Quiz. XD

#450

Nice problem!
It's not too bad, but it's very enjoyable
But yeah, pretty big numbers
All you have to do is a couple geometry theorems I luckily remembered

#451

I like making problems with huge numbers.

#452

Who wants to be utterly perplexed about the incompleteness Theorem!