How many watermelons are here?

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How many watermelons are here?

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0, that's just a photograph of watermelons, not actual watermelons.

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>>7827653

There are four 3/4 of watermelons and four 1/2 watermelons.

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>>7827666

what if two of the halves come form the same melon? You can't discount this possibility.

There are between 6 and 8 unique watermelons in that picture.

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>>7827653

5 volumes of water melon

But chance are this artwork came from a minmum of 6 watermelons

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There are 3

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kill yourself

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>>7827653

WUT WATRMLN?!?!

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bout tree fiddy

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>>7827653

4

For there to be 5, the smaller melons would have to be half melons and not quarter melons. Half melons could not stand like that, so those melons must be quarter melons.

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>>7828208

The shadows indicate otherwise

Clever answer, though

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five

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>>7828208

If you can balance the corner melons like that, you can balance a half melon as well. The bottoms are flat, or you would have the same problem.

Also shadows..

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4*3/4 + 4*1/2 = 5

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It's the same watermelon, the picture was taken as it was passing through a very small slit

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>>7827653

Depends on the semantics. If you mean how many full melons can be formed immediately, then the answer is 2 as the 4 1/2 of a melon can form 2 melons right away.

However, the 4 3/4 of a melon could be cut to form another 4 1/2 of a melon and 1 1/4 of a melon.

Therefore there could be 5.

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>>7828237

*4 1/4 of a melon

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>>7828229

This goes to show that watermelons exhibit a wave-like behaviour

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>>7828229

But that's again a semantics problem.

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>>7827653

>How many watermelons are here?

According to Wikipedia, we produce 95 million tons of watermelons a year, but I can't find figures for the average weight of a watermelon.

Plus, it's hard to say what percentage of a year's harvest exists at any one point in time.

Substituting guesswork for facts, I'll estimate that there are close to a billion watermelons.

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>>7827659

Nope.

Its your LCD taking electric waves as information shaped as a photograph.

But the 0 is correct.

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>>7827653

at least 6: you can't glue two quarters together.

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4*3/4 + 4*1/2 = 3 + 2 = 5

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>>7827653

On biomass alone there are 5 because there are 4 (3/4) melons, and 4 (1/2) melons.

However as far as unique melons go, there could be as few as 6 and as many as 8 because there each 3/4 melon has to be its own melon, and the halves could either be split in half, or each half could be from an entirely different melon.

Great thread OP

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None.

Those are cleverly painted honeydews.

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>>7827653

None

I ate them all LOL

I love watermelon

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>>7827653

How are they not falling over?

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>>7828527

The 1/2 melons are resting on the 3/4 melons.

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8 duh

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What is a watermelon? If I cut a small piece is it no longer a watermelon?

There are infinite watermelons because it can be cut into infinite pieces. But infinity isn't a real number so if I keep cutting it then it approaches 1 watermelon. In mathematics, approaches is the same as equals; therefore, 0.999... = 1. Keep cutting the watermelon, leaving it in 0.999... pieces and add up all the leftovers.

There are -1/12 watermelons.

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>>7827653

not enough information as alleged half watermelons may be 1/4 melons

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6 water melons at least we're used

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those four 3/4 melon all seem to say 'kek'

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>>7828814

Mathematics don't apply to the real world, kiddo. If you cut a watermelon in half you will have two half watermelons, not two watermelons.

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>>7827653

20 quartermelons.

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>>7828878

Look at the patterns on them you can tell there are in fact 6

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>>7827659

Sure thing, Magritte.

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>>7827653

3 volume in minimum.

Each of the four corner pieces have invisible part. You can cut out 1/4 volume from there, like 45 degree angle.

Then you can put all of them at center with putting on the top of coffee cups.

Those are come from only four 3/4 pieces, which means total of 3 volume of whole melon.

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>>7827659

>thought I'd come and make a clever post

>it's the very first post

Mixed feelings 2bh

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>>7829030

Unless some have been turned upside down

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>mfw this is science and math

>mfw the most rigorous math the majority of posters partake in is count how many X are in the picture

>mfw the most advanced science questions are "does time have speed?"

holy fuck desu

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>>7829630

lol so hard i cried

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>>7827653

None.

The pieces don't match thus there is no 1 whole melon present. However, 6 watermelons were used to make that image. Now, go to bed Sakir Gokcebag.

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>>7831512

>However, 6 watermelons were used to make that image.

maybe more

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>>7827653

0, a part of a watermelon is not a watermelon.

There are 8 parts of watermelons though.

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>>7831540

At least 6 and at most 8.

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>>7828933

>those four 3/4 melon all seem to say 'kek'

You... You can communicate with digital f..fruit? L..let alone in Orcish? What, what are you?

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>>7828436

muh nigga

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>>7831512

You cannot know that. The half melons might match, you dongus.

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>>7827653

6, 7 or 8

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>>7828229

thanks that made me lol

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>>7827673

tHIS

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>>7827653

Not enough.

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0. They are either a 1/2 or 3/4 of watermelon. There are no whole watermelons.

I am the 1% to get it right.

Your welcome

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Mind blown

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5

Break it up into fourths.

2/4 +2/4 + 3/4 + 3/4 + 3/4 + 3/4 = 20/4 = 5

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>>7827653

5

Cut off the inside parts with half of it into two.

Connect the half of the two and put it in the one-third part of the melon four times.

You got 4 pieces of a quarter of a melon, since you need four quarters to make it a one piece, connect the four quarters. You got another melon.

The total of it is five melons. It's the equivalent amount of getting an overdose from melon vitamins, unless you're a nigger of course.

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A lot of autistic answers trying to overthink it

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In no part of the answer was asked for a full melon or stated that they aren't different ones

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What is the actual answer?

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>>7827653

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if I chop you in half and you die how many you's are there?

by definition, none of the objects in OP's picture are watermelons.

a 'quality' must first be established before any 'quantity' can be measured.

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>>7827653

Is the + (addition) operator defined on watermelons? how about - (subtraction)?

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>>7833111

> What is the actual answer?

> the actual answer

> The Answer

How are you this dumb ?

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Consider 1/4ths of a watermelon (because thats the smallest unit in the picture (the missing 1/4ths in the corners))

1 Watermelon = 4 x 1/4 pieces.

how many 1/4 pieces are there?

4 watermelons in the corner with 3 slices each.

4*3 = 12

4 watermelons inside the rectangle with 2 slices each

4*2 = 8

8+12 = 20

X Watermelon = 20 / 4

X = 5

There are 5 water melons.

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A watermelon isn't a half a watermelon or 3/4 a watermelon so theres no watermelons present

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>>7831667

>>7831540

>You cannot know that.

There were only 8 melons used. Their patterns match up when you flip them. You can see them in the other photos in this series.

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>>7833758

there is 5 of them in every picture expect the 2nd one,there is 6 of them in 2nd one.

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Between 6 and 8 separate watermelons are shown in the image.

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Duh!! The question does not specify half, full or quarter melons. So there is 8....So there are 5 people in a group, 2 of them does not have legs and 2 don't have arms. So how many people in the group?

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It doesn't say how many whole watermelons can you make it says how many watermelons are there. 8. Half a watermelon is still a watermelon

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>>7834458

Are these Banach-Tarski watermelons?

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They are not watermelons.

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2

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>>7827673

This is the correct answer.

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>>7834477

I love you

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2

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2

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>>7833329

youre retarded. you are all morons.

x*log(N/p)+d^2water/dmelon^2

=there are 3.8 watermelons.

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>>7829596

A watermelon with a cut like that wouldn't be able to stay at its position. It'll, most likely, fall with the cutted area being its bottom

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>>7832224

>acting like a know-it-all

>YOUR welcome

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>>7827653

At least 6 watermelons were used to make this picture

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>>7828208

>Half melons could not stand like that

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>>7827653

Are you implying I don't know how to count watermelon?

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3/4 * 4 = 3

1/2 * 4 = 2

3 + 2 = 5 melons are in the picture, but it took at least 6 to make the picture

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>>7827687

DIS

FUCK THIS WHITE ASS PEOPLE SCIENC AND NUM'RS, GIMME SUM WAHTRMELUN

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>>7828251

wrong. it's just a perception. you don't observe your LCD, you observe the model of the LCD in your brain.

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Depends on how you define watermelon

There could be a maximum of 8 watermelons which each piece could have originated from. The mathematical answer is 5 though

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There's 7

There are 4 3/4(0.75) watermelons so 0.75 * 4 = 5

Then are are 4 1/2(0.5) watermelons so 0.5 * 4 = 2

5 + 2 = 7

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>>7827653

3/4*4+2/4*4 = 5

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>>7838274

Assumption. The brain is an organ constructed by your own perception, and if I were to remove it from your head, still connected to your body, and put it in front of your eyes, you'd be observing your brain IN your brain, according to your own words. So you can't tell for sure, because that image would be nothing but a "model" of something that may not be an organ, but "something" else. Call it eternal consciousness or something.

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>>7827653

6 ez

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there's at least 2, that's for sure

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>>7831512

40 -2.5 apples = 37.5 apples, anon

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The right answer is 0. The question asks about "watermelons". The word Watermelons indicate whole not cut.

Slices or wedges: We have watermelon (non-count noun).

Whole melons: We have watermelons (count noun).

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I have crippling depression and everyday I think about killing myself

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I do too... But Jesus saves me from it every time.

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>>7827653

How can the watermelons be real if your eyes aren't real?

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>>7827653

this picture is evidence of the existence of at least six watermelons. It gives us no information about what happened to the four quarters of the outer four melons.

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>>7827653

technically 5

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>>7828229

Kek

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What's the F'in answer!!!!

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>>7827653

3/4 * 4 + 1/2 * 4 = 5 watermelons

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>>7827653

Where u at?

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4*3/4 + 4*1/2 = 5 watermelons

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So your friend is sitting on the lawn chair eating a watermelon. There's at least 3/4 left but when you ask if he has any watermelon the answer is no because it's not a whole melon??

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not even one

there are just parts

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>>7827670

underrated

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>>7839257

1/10 you tried

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>>7844384

>I don't have an argument, so I will pretend it was bait!

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6 watermelons. 4 of them missing 1/4

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