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PostSubject: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:14 am

Manchester United Maths

Question 1:

Imagine you are the referee at Old Trafford. If Manchester United are 1-0 down with a minute to go, how far away does the tumbling Christiano Ronaldo have to be from the defender to earn himself a penalty? Note: Round your answer to the nearest twenty yards.

Question 2:

If one minute in a game at Old Trafford is taken up for substitutes, and one minute for injuries, how many minutes will be added for stoppage time if Manchester United are 1-0 down?

Question 3:

Giggs is a Welshman. Express, as a percentage, the number of
internationals he has missed on a Wednesday evening compared to the miraculous recoveries he made for the following Saturday.

Question 4:

Probability. Express the statistical probability of visitors to Old Trafford being awarded a penalty. Compare this with the probability of opponents of Manchester United being awarded a penalty home or away, and then discuss if a penalty awarded to Manchester United would be awarded to their opponents in identical circumstances.

Question 5:

Ronaldo is 5ft 10 tall and very fast. How much pressure need be applied to make him tumble over in the opponents penalty area? (Note: Answers must be in lbs per square inch. However, answers such as, 'However much pressure is applied by Ferguson to referees' are also accepted.)

Question 6:

How many more times have Liverpool won the Champions League than Manchester United?

Question 7:

Alex Ferguson joined Manchester United in 1986 as manager. It took Alex Ferguson seven years to win the premier league. During those seven years, he was about to be sacked. However, he finally won the league in 1993, and then they loved him. Estimate how many of those 330 million United supporters worldwide are two faced scum bags.

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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:05 am

TCJacko wrote:
Manchester United Maths

Question 1:

Imagine you are the referee at Old Trafford. If Manchester United are 1-0 down with a minute to go, how far away does the tumbling Christiano Ronaldo have to be from the defender to earn himself a penalty? Note: Round your answer to the nearest twenty yards.

Question 2:

If one minute in a game at Old Trafford is taken up for substitutes, and one minute for injuries, how many minutes will be added for stoppage time if Manchester United are 1-0 down?

Question 3:

Giggs is a Welshman. Express, as a percentage, the number of
internationals he has missed on a Wednesday evening compared to the miraculous recoveries he made for the following Saturday.

Question 4:

Probability. Express the statistical probability of visitors to Old Trafford being awarded a penalty. Compare this with the probability of opponents of Manchester United being awarded a penalty home or away, and then discuss if a penalty awarded to Manchester United would be awarded to their opponents in identical circumstances.

Question 5:

Ronaldo is 5ft 10 tall and very fast. How much pressure need be applied to make him tumble over in the opponents penalty area? (Note: Answers must be in lbs per square inch. However, answers such as, 'However much pressure is applied by Ferguson to referees' are also accepted.)

Question 6:

How many more times have Liverpool won the Chamions League than Manchester United?

Question 7:

Alex Ferguson joined Manchester United in 1986 as manager. It took Alex Ferguson seven years to win the premier league. During those seven years, he was about to be sacked. However, he finally won the league in 1993. Estimate how many of those 330 million United supporters worldwide are two faced scum bags.


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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:46 am

I dont really like soccer...
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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Sun Mar 22, 2009 12:33 pm

Good results for us at the weekend:

Tottenham 1
Chelsea 0

A neat strike from Luca Modric gave Guus Hiddink a first loss as Chelsea manager. Due to this, Chelsea have fallen into 3rd place, three points behind Liverpool in 2nd, and four behind United at the top.

Fulham 2
Manchester United 0

Goals from ex-Liverpool Danny Murphy from a penalty, and a bicycle kick from Zoltan Gera made sure in the end that Manchester United would lose a 2nd consecutive game. Whilst Manchester United stay on 65 points and just one point ahead of Liverpool with 64, Manchester United have a game in hand against the 18 time winners.

Liverpool 5
Aston Villa 0

A hat trick including two penalties and a neat free kick from Steven Gerrard, a stunning strike by the Spanish Albert Reira and a powerful finish from Dirk Kuyt saw off Aston Villa today, to put the reds just one point behind Manchester United, which is amazing since they were seven points behind two weeks ago. To Liverpool's delight, United lost to Fulham at Craven Cottage yesterday. Today Liverpool sent a message to Manchester United, that their title hopes are not put to bed just yet.

A fantastic weekend for all Liverpudlians everywhere, with Chelsea losing, United losing and of course stuffing Aston Villa.

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too quick for groan or sigh

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With heavy thump, a lifeless lump,

They dropped down, one by one'
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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Mon Mar 23, 2009 6:03 am

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Good results for us at the weekend:

Tottenham 1
Chelsea 0

A neat strike from Luca Modric gave Guus Hiddink a first loss as Chelsea manager. Due to this, Chelsea have fallen into 3rd place, three points behind Liverpool in 2nd, and four behind United at the top.

Fulham 2
Manchester United 0

Goals from ex-Liverpool Danny Murphy from a penalty, and a bicycle kick from Zoltan Gera made sure in the end that Manchester United would lose a 2nd consecutive game. Whilst Manchester United stay on 65 points and just one point ahead of Liverpool with 64, Manchester United have a game in hand against the 18 time winners.

Liverpool 5
Aston Villa 0

A hat trick including two penalties and a neat free kick from Steven Gerrard, a stunning strike by the Spanish Albert Reira and a powerful finish from Dirk Kuyt saw off Aston Villa today, to put the reds just one point behind Manchester United, which is amazing since they were seven points behind two weeks ago. To Liverpool's delight, United lost to Fulham at Craven Cottage yesterday. Today Liverpool sent a message to Manchester United, that their title hopes are not put to bed just yet.

A fantastic weekend for all Liverpudlians everywhere, with Chelsea losing, United losing and of course stuffing Aston Villa.

FANTASTIC round for Liverpool! cheers


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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Mon Mar 23, 2009 8:02 am

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PostSubject: Re: Maths Made Easy With Manchester United   Mon Mar 23, 2009 9:43 am

The Title Race now looks like this:

1. Man United - Played 29, 65 points.
2. Liverpool - Played 30, 64 points.
3. Chelsea - Played 30, 61 points.

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too quick for groan or sigh

Each turned his face with a ghastly pang,
and cursed me with his eye

Four times fifty living men,
and I heard nor sigh nor groan.

With heavy thump, a lifeless lump,

They dropped down, one by one'
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