1. Originally Posted by Occam's Banana

Angles live in geometrees

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Due to insufficient information, there is no clear answer.

Any answer ("none", or any combination of A, B, &/or C) could be correct.

Why?

(1) A could be on a downslope while parked or moving (or decelerating at level), and/or
(2) B could be at level while parked or moving (at constant velocity) [1], and/or
(3) C could be on an upslope while parked or moving (or accelerating at level)

Even making the simplifying assumption of "at level" for all cases, the answer is still ambiguous, because (2).

[1] Or hell, it could even be decelerating on an upslope (or accelerating on a downslope) at just the right balance between gravity, mass of liquid, and rate of change of velocity - and if so inclined (ha-ha), one could juggle those variables for A and C in just the right way so as to justify any answer with respect to them, as well.

5. Originally Posted by Occam's Banana

Due to insufficient information, there is no clear answer.

Any answer ("none", or any combination of A, B, &/or C) could be correct.

Why?

(1) A could be on a downslope while parked or moving, or decelerating at level, and/or
(2) B could be at level while parked or moving (at constant velocity) [1], and/or
(3) C could be on an upslope while parked or moving, or accelerating at level

Even making the simplifying assumption of "at level" for all cases, the answer is still ambiguous, because (2).

[1] Or hell, it could even be decelerating on an upslope (or accelerating on a downslope) at just the right balance between gravity, mass of liquid, and rate of change of velocity - and if so inclined (ha-ha), one could juggle those variables for A and C in just the right way so as to justify any answer with respect to them, as well.
Answer is none because none of them have a driver.

6. Originally Posted by TheTexan
Answer is none because none of them have a driver.

7. Originally Posted by Occam's Banana
I got the right answer, even without coffee.

8. Cheers!

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10. Originally Posted by Anti Federalist
Ending your bloodline isn't exactly something she should be proud of.

11. Originally Posted by acptulsa
(assuming elections weren't rigged even back in those days)

In their defense, they had much less access to information than we do today. Their perspectives and beliefs were solely formed by newspapers and pamphlets controlled exclusively by handful of people. It is slowly being reimplemented now (Elon, Zuck, etc) but the net still has much more reach of information than FDR voters ever had.

Originally Posted by Anti Globalist
Ending your bloodline isn't exactly something she should be proud of.
Don't be hasty. It depends on who she is. My instinct, based on physical traits of mom alone, is that it may not be bad for her's to end. She may, however, instead be posting such cringe to entice others to embrace such an ideology that she doesn't really ascribe to............she has a bit of a duper's delight smirk. Note the ankh in the background and what the ankg symbol represents.

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13. ## We have been en-TRANCEd

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