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56191 No.22106  
>> No.22107  
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>> No.22119  
Okay, let's do this. Copypaste and fill in which ones you figure out.

First picture:
Left
1. ???
2. ???
3. ???
4. ???
5. The Elephant Man

Right
1. ???
2. American Pie
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Second picture:
Left
1. ???
2. ???
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Right
1. ???
2. ???
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Third picture:
Left
1. Snakes on a Plane
2. ???
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Right
1. ???
2. ???
3. ???
4. Alpha and Omega
5. The Sum of All Fears
>> No.22121  
Third picture, left row, third film: Eight Mile
>> No.22135  
>>22119
Not knowing English terms for mathematical operations certainly doesn't help, but whatever:
First picture:
Left
1. ???
2. ???
3. Triple X
4. Wall-E
5. The Elephant Man

Right
1. ???
2. American Pie
3. ???
4. 127 hours
5. ???

Second picture:
Left
1. The Matrix
2. ???
3. Cross of Iron
4. Sin City
5. ???

Right
1. ???
2. Superior Duck
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Third picture:
Left
1. Snakes on a Plane
2. ???
3. ???
4. Inception?
5. ???

Right
1. ???
2. ???
3. Well, it's a rotation matrix, so Matrix: Revolutions? The German propaganda movie "Rotation"? Dunno.
4. Alpha and Omega
5. The Sum of All Fears
>> No.22136  
2nd picture
L1: The Matrix
L5: Complex?
R1: Signs
>> No.22148  
>>22146
That one is the same as >>22106

Anyways, discussed it with someone else, we discovered a couple new ones:

First picture:
Left
1. 7 pounds
2. ???
3. Triple X
4. Wall-E
5. The Elephant Man

Right
1. The Sky's the Limit
2. American Pie
3. ???
4. 127 hours
5. *batteries not included

Second picture:
Left
1. The Matrix
2. ???
3. Cross of Iron
4. Sin City
5. ???

Right
1. Signs
2. Superior Duck
3. ???
4. ???
5. ???

Third picture:
Left
1. Snakes on a Plane
2. ???
3. Eight Mile
4. ???
5. Thirteen

Right
1. Monday, Tuesday
2. ???
3. The Matrix: Revolutions
4. Alpha and Omega
5. The Sum of All Fears

>>22136
'Complex' isn't the name of a movie, is it?

>>22135
>Inception
Perhaps in subject matter, but the puzzle is about the name...I don't see how you can get the name 'Inception' out of that.
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>>22148
Oops, meant to post this.
>> No.22152  
>>22148
>Perhaps in subject matter, but the puzzle is about the name...I don't see how you can get the name 'Inception' out of that.
I guess, but literally it would be body/(abelian) group/ring/set of dream(s) and that doesn't ring a bell.
All else I could think of would be American Dream, meshing abelian group and dream, but that too seems a bit arbitrary.

>>22149
Right, 4: Exorcist
>> No.22157  
>>22149
There's your Inception.
These are too hard for me. I can't think of any movie titles containing laplace transforms, or functions mapping to open sets, or second partial derivatives.
>> No.22195  
First picture.


Left:

1) 7.17514659 KG is 7 pounds. Apparently it is also the title of a movie.

2) UNSOLVED.
The absolute value of the derivative of s with respect to t. Physics sometimes uses 's' for distance, and 't' for time. The derivative of distance over time is speed. Yet no matching movies with 'absolute speed'.


3) I got two answers to this one. Both Triple X, but the is also another name for X to the third power. That is x Cubed.

4) A wall and the number 'e'. Wall.E.

5) A Venn Diagram with humans and family of trunked mammals (e.g. Elephants). This could be The elephant man or Mammals.



Right:

1) Two more answers. 1 Limit pointing up to the sky would yield The sky is the limit. And other answer is a that it not written horizontal, and thus yields Vertical limit.

2)Very easy. American Pie.

3) I could use some hint for this one.<BR>
Is that a castle in the background? Or a gate? Or just a walled school a la hogwarts?
Is that a princess? A fancy dressed prince? A Queen?
Z/2Z... First I assumed it mean half. It might also mean a set with 0 or 1.
Mn(Fq). .. no clue
Z[ 1+sqrt(-19)/2] ... no clue

The closest I got is that it is a prince, something half, and that the towers are hogwarts. If you drink a bottle of alcohol then it might resemble Harry Potter and the half-blood prince. But you better make that a large bottle...


4) 457200 seconds, that is a large number. Lets try to make it more manageable.

457200 seconds equal 7620 minutes. Or 127 hours. Or 5.2916666666666 days. Hmmm.
Lets search for a movie with the number 127 in the title. Found "127 hours".

5) This one was very easy. A NOT sign and batteries. "Batteries not included"



[Update] Fixed spoiler tags.
>> No.22201  
I just got reminded that speed is never negative. So the first picture, right column, 2nd picture is Speed
>> No.22203  
>>22195
I guess they were going for "magnitude of velocity" (i.e. speed). I think I googled it and didn't find any movies either, not making the speed connection.
>> No.22204  
I just got pointed at the heat equation.
(2nd picture, right, #4)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_equation
>> No.22205  
First picture, Right, #3: Not yet solved, but

Z/2Z is the ring of integers modulo 2; since 2 is prime this is actually a finite field

M_n(F_q) is definitely a ring.
http://planetmath.org/encyclopedia/MatrixGroup.html

Apparently F_q being a field means that M_n(F_q)'s full structure is that of a Frobenius algebra...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frobenius_algebra#Examples


Could this movie be called 'Headache++'? ;)
>> No.22209  
>>22205
>First picture, Right, #3: Not yet solved, but
>Z/2Z is the ring of integers
>M_n(F_q) is definitely a ring.
Oh, that helped a lot. It must be "Lord of the Rings".
>> No.22210  
Yes, I think Lord of the rings is the right answer.

With 20/20 hindsight the archaic name for a group ring of a finite group might have been another hint. Frobenius algebra...Frodo ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frobenius_algebra
>> No.22218  
Oh geez, Rad (and his friend) is good at this.

>>22107
Left:
1. The Matrix
2. Balls of Fire
3. The Iron Cross
4. Sin City
5. Goldeneye

Right:
1. Signs
2. Duck Soup
3. The Social Network (?)
4. Heat
5.

>>22108
Left:
1. Snakes on a Plane
2. Mean Girls
3. 8 Mile
4. Field of Dreams
5. Thirteenth Floor

Right:
1.
2. Paths of Glory
3. The Matrix: Revolutions
4. Alpha and Omega
5. The Sum of All Fears

>>22149
Left:
1. Manhattan
2. Open Range
3.
4. Star Wars
5. Transformers

Right:
1. Joan of Arc
2. Inception
3.
4. The Exorcist
5. Absolute Power


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