That's funny, especially the top one.There've been a couple of books over the years -- "Book of boners" or something, reproducing weird test and exam answers, sort of middling funny. But you have to admire someone who'll knowingly sacrifice a few points for a gag.
"He spoke with the wisdom that can only come from experience, like a guy who went blind because he looked at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it and now goes around the country speaking at high schools about the dangers of looking at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes."
Now that's my kind of math.
Kyklops: I needed a good belly laugh, and this post really hit the spot. Not least, I suppose, because I used to pull that kind of crap when I was in school.
I found it funny at firs, but then it gave me the creeps. How illiterate can people be to make that kind of mistakes?
Usual Stuff, I think the "mistakes" you're talking about were intentional. They understood the questions, but didn't know the "correct" answers...
Oooooohhhhh...! Now I get it. jaja. Maybe instructions should be more precise then, because, as a former teacher, I've suffered the painful consequences of misunderstood instructions. Anyway, it was a kickass joke.