The term C-Note is another way of describing a US $100 bill,
the largest denomination in circulation. In Roman numerals,
"C" is equivalent to 100. Also, some believe the "C" stands for century,
which is 100 years.

Welcome to the GGMTs
-- the Googolplex Grey Matter Tests. I'm your host and test administrator
... Hugh Googol!

As you can see, your noggin is comprised of four distinct chambers,
each responsible for a different school subject. Those of us with massive melons house additional chambers
providing us with the gifts of charm and fashion sense.

Upon completion of this 20-question exercise, we'll present you with
a total score that's more than just a number. It's a career guide. After you take the GGMTs, we'll tell
you your future, no matter how bright or dim it may be.

Your
first test deals with the world of numbers. You have 15 minutes
to complete this section of the GGMTs. If you need to enter a
letter in an answer, be sure to use capital letters. Click the
timer below, brainy one, and begin.

M1)
Hugh Googol Jr.
wears only green or blue socks, and he has 6 pair of each color
in his top drawer. Unfortunately Hugh Jr. is not tall enough,
and every morning must reach into the drawer without looking.
What is the smallest number of socks Hugh Jr. can grab and be
sure that he has a matching pair of green or blue socks?
Enter a number of socks below:

M2)
What is the next
number in this series? O3 T3 T5 F4 F4 S3 S5 E5 N4 ___ (Did you remember to use a capital
letter?)

M3)
Assume there are
300 million people in the US. For each person, take the number
of fingers (including thumbs) each has on his or her left hand,
and multiply it by the number of fingers on the next person's
left hand. Famous television/internet personality Hugh Googol
has 5 fingers on his left hand. Hugh's Uncle Floogle has 3 fingers
(he had an accident). President Bush has 5 left-hand fingers.
So far, you have 5 (Hugh) x 3 (Floogle) x 5 (George Bush) for
a total of 75. If you continued this multiplication for all 300
million people in the US, what would the final total number be?

M4)
Add this column
of numbers, one at a time:

1000
20
1030
1000
1030
20

Answer:

M5)
Sue Googol wears
only red or orange gloves, and she has 6 pair of each color in
her top drawer. Unfortunately Sue is not tall enough, and every
morning must reach into the drawer without looking. What is the
smallest number of gloves Sue can grab and be sure that she has
a matching pair of either both red or both orange gloves?
Enter a number of gloves below:

So
much for Mathematics. On to the next exam. For the record I am
not a scientist, and I don't play one on TV. I do, however, offer
five mind-bending questions on the subject. You have 15 minutes
to complete this section of the GGMTs. Click the timer below
to begin.

S1)

How many triangles can
be found in the pyramid?

21?
36?
42?
78?
144?

S2)
A collector showed
an archaeologist four coins he had just purchased. The collector
claimed: Coin A was from 227 BC yet it had no date on
it. Coin B was from 870 AD and had that date on it. Coin
C was from 27 BC and had that date on it. Coin D was
from 312 BC yet it had no date on it. Coin E was from
1010 AD yet it had no date on it. The archaeologist told him
that one of the coins was unquestionably fake. Which one?

Coin:

S3)
A scientist was
well known for having excellent vision. At a seminar she announced
to the attendees "There is something in this room that you
can see, and so can everyone else in the room. But I cannot see
it." What was it that the scientist could not see?

Fill in the remaining
blanks to get the correct answer: __ __ R __ __ C __

Write the completed answer here:(Did
you remember to use capital letters?)

S4)
Match up the folded
snowflakes with their unfolded versions.

A

B

C

D

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

If you think A = 1,
B = 2,
C = 3
and D = 4,
then enter your answer in the format "1234"

Your four-digit
answer:

S5)
A scientist discovered
a new type of insect that adds new insects to its community each
day. Starting with one insect on Day One, two new insects are
added on Day Two, three more are added on Day Three, and so on.
Assuming all insects survive, how many will live in the community
after 100 days?

Enter the correct number
here:

Were
you blinded by science? Maybe some light reading will make it
all better. Our next exam happens to focus on that very topic.
You have 15 minutes to complete this section of the GGMTs. Click
the timer below to begin.

R1)
What word is represented
by these words?

see are why pea tea eye
sea

Enter the word here:

R2)
Select only the
true sentences in this list:

A) Exactly one of these 10 sentences
is false. B) Exactly two of these 10 sentences
are false. C) Exactly three of these 10 sentences
are false. D) Exactly four of these 10 sentences
are false. E) Exactly five of these 10 sentences
are false. F) Exactly six of these 10 sentences
are false. G) Exactly seven of these 10 sentences
are false. H) Exactly eight of these 10 sentences
are false. I) Exactly nine of these 10 sentences
are false. J) Exactly ten of these 10 sentences
are false.

Enter the letter of the
true sentence here:

R3)
If you fail the
GGMTs, fear not. We will have a re-take on the following day:

On what day of the week
and in what month of the year will we have the GGMT re-take?
The first __________ in __________.

Enter the day of the week, followed by a space, and then the
month, here: (Did you remember
to use capital letters?)

R4)
Which of the following
statements is true?

A) The yolk of an egg is white.
B) The yolk of an egg are white.
C) Both statements are true.
D) Neither statement is true.

Enter A, B, C, or D here:

R5)
The letter beneath
the letter between the letters just left of the letter two below
"G" and the letter beneath the letter to the right
of "B".

A

B

C

C

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

What letter is being described?

Now that you're well read,
let's take a step back and focus on the building blocks of all fine literature: Words.
While I enjoy my soup, you can dine on your final exam of the day.
Click the timer below to begin.

W1)
We took away the
vowels and spaces from three related words below.

N T L P L P H
N T R M D L L

Re-write the line in the
space below, adding the missing vowels and spaces:

(Did
you remember to use capital letters?)

W2)

What letter is missing?

W3)
We took away every
other letter, plus a space from two common words below.

_ P _ R _ A _
H _ M _ R _ L _ A

Re-write the line in the
space below, adding the missing letters and space:

W4)
Fill in the blanks
below to create a common one-syllable word:

S _ _ E E _ _
E _

The word is:

W5)
We took away the
vowels and spaces from four related words below. Can you name
them?

N Y X T P Z D
M N D P L

Re-write the line in the
space below, adding the missing vowels and spaces:

Well ladies
and gentlemen, it appears that's all the time we have for test
taking today. If you'd like to see your score and your career
path, simply click on the button below.

Your Percentage Correct
=

Find your
percentage on the Career Chart below, then get a head start on
the rest of your life by hitting the mall and shopping for your
career-appropriate attire. Like I always say, it's not how smart
you are ... it's how snappy you dress!

This is
Hugh Googol for the Googolplex Grey Matter Tests -- Good Night,
Everybody!