Lesson 5.2 Assignment Downtown And Uptown Answers To The Impossible Quiz


Question 21
Difficulty

Medium

Bomb

10 seconds

Reference(s)

None

Question 21 of the Impossible Quiz Book consists of a rather simple division: it says "21 ÷ 10 = ?". The potential answers include "2", "210", a question mark ("?") and "Maths!". There's a 10-second bomb on screen.

The answer to the division is "2.1". However, none of the options contain that number; it's not "2", because it's lacking the fractional part, it's not "210" because it's got no decimal mark, and it's not any of the bottom two options, as sensible as they could have been.

The only way for you to get the answer you're looking for is to look at the question number. It's a 21 with a dot right next to it. All you have to do then is to drag the dot into the small space between the 2 and the 1, thus creating "2.1". A slapping sound effect will tell you when the mark has been correctly placed, and you will be able to click the question number to proceed.

Be careful not to drag the dot from the question number off-screen or else this question will be impossible to complete without the use of the Skip.

Question 85
Difficulty

Easy

Reference(s)

Question 84

Question 85

Difficulty

Easy

Skippable?

Yes

Bomb?

No

Reference

Question 84

Safe question?

No

Question 85 from the Impossible Quiz references the space mini-game from the previous question. It asks you, "Did you enjoy the last question?", to which the possible answers are "Not at all", "I loved it!", "HATE. THIS. QUIZ." and "Space is a disgrace".

Considering that the mini-game and especially the whole Quiz were created for you to have a fun time, plus it probably took Splapp quite a long time to program said mini-game, it is only natural to expect that you did enjoy what you have played so far (otherwise you wouldn't have made it to Question 85 in the first place). So the correct answer in this case is obviously "I loved it!".

This question is a reference to another question.

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