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MFQT 19'-Finals

  1. 1. MFQT FINALS RESEARCHED AND CONDUCTED BY ANISH AND VRATIN.
  2. 2. Written Round • 6 Questions • +10/0 • Bonus +10 for getting all correct • Theme:-Illustrations by British artist Reuben Dangoor
  3. 3. 1)Id X • The follow illustration was based on an incident On 14 June 2017 in West London. • The title was #JusticeforX
  4. 4. 2)FITB’s
  5. 5. 3)This was made with respect to a ertain upset on 14th September
  6. 6. 4)
  7. 7. 5)
  8. 8. 6)
  9. 9. ANSWERS
  10. 10. 1)Id X • The follow illustration was based on an incident On 14 June 2017 in West London. • The title was #JusticeforX
  11. 11. X- Grenfell
  12. 12. 2)FITB’s
  13. 13. 3)This was made with respect to a ertain upset on 14th September
  14. 14. 4)
  15. 15. X- Tyson Fury(Gypsy King)
  16. 16. 5)
  17. 17. A$AP Rocky being imprisoned in Sweden
  18. 18. 6)
  19. 19. Sir David Attenborough
  20. 20. DRIES-1 • 9 Questions • On pounce +10/-5 • On bounce +10/0 • Standard pounce and bounce rules apply. • We only have one thing to say about unruly pouncing…
  21. 21. 1.ID X • The Migration pattern of a certain X in the northern hemisphere is being described here. X’s travel in the Baffin Island Current and then the Labrador Current south of Hudson Bay. Finally, they reach the Grand Banks of Newfoundland where they move either eastward north of the Flemish Cap or southward between the Flemish Cap and the Grand Banks. The southern limit is generally defined by the northern edge of the warm North Atlantic current (Gulf Stream).It is possible for X’s to move across the warm current in cold water eddies, circular currents that flow in the opposite direction of normal flow. They were responsible for a very infamous incident which took place in the 20th century. Identify X.
  22. 22. X- Icebergs
  23. 23. 2.ID X and Y • Following the death of _______ President/Dictator Saparmurad Niyazov in 2006, X was named acting president by ____________’s Security Council. Many expected X to bring about positive change in the country and ease the totalitarian rule of his predecessor. Instead, X has established his own personality cult in the nation. According to Human Rights Watch, X, his relatives, and his associates possess unlimited power and exercise total control over all aspects of public life. The picture shown is of a confectionary item made for a popular infotainment TV show, in order to publicly call out X as well as a famous organization Y for its support of dictators. The broke a record in doing so. Identify X and Y.
  24. 24. X- President of TurkmenistanGurbanguly Berdimuhamedow Y- Guinness World Records
  25. 25. 3. • In season 6 Epic Games had introduced NFL skins in the hit game Fortnite, but then it was abruptly removed from the game’s store. It was first thought that the game’s NFL license had ended already, but soon it was known that the developers removed them because of controversial usage by some players. • Social media was flooded with examples of this controversial behavior,some of the examples were Michael Vick, who had pleaded guilty of animal abuse with a dog on his back. Someone also created a Jason Pierre-Paul character carrying a bag of fireworks. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers player blew off some of his fingers in fireworks incident. Players even created an avatar of Colin Kaepernick and took a picture of it taking a knee in the game. • One of the more popular ones was this image found on twitter • What was controversial about the image,keeping in mind the nature of the game?
  26. 26. OJ Simpson skin so I can murder these opponents and try to get away with the W!
  27. 27. 4.FITB • As recounted on the blog Epidemix, the story starts with Godfrey Hounsfield, a researcher at EMI back in the 1950s. Although it's a (somewhat struggling) major record label today, EMI--which stands for Electrical and Musical Industries--was once an industrial research company. Hounsfield did some pioneering work on computers, helping to build the first all-transistor computer, but the division wasn't profitable for EMI and the company sold its computer business in 1962...right when it signed ___. His standing was good enough with the company that they let him conduct independent research with funding from the __’s string of massive successes in the 1960s. He went on to invent the _____, which EMI first released in 1972, and shared the 1979 Nobel Prize for medicine for his invention. Fill in the Blanks.
  28. 28. CT Scan
  29. 29. 5.ID X • X was a famous person by the time World War One rolled around. He signed a petition of prominent Germans calling for war. Then, when things weren’t going so well for Germany in the war, he conceived and implemented the idea of using poison gas to break the deadlocked trench warfare. X personally oversaw the use of gas at Ypres. • In spite of being a total asshole(as seen above),he has arguably done more good for humanity than anyone else. • In the last decades of the 19th century, population was outstripping agriculture’s ability to feed people. One of the most precious commodities was guano - bird shit - to be used as fertilizer. It was well known that ______ based fertilizer could hugely increase agricultural productivity, and that ______ was abundant in the atmosphere, but getting it out and into usable form was prohibitively energy intensive. • X invented an efficient process for doing it, inputting air and outputting ammonia. He won a Nobel prize for it but the prize is the least of it. The X process is responsible for making it possible for the Earth to support a large human population. • Id X
  30. 30. X- Fritz Haber
  31. 31. 6.Give Funda • The world of cricket experienced a massive change of rules in 1980. This was primarily due to a controversial tactic used by England against West Indies in an ODI match in late 1979. England first scored 211 runs, and due to rain the West Indies were set a target of 199 in 47 overs. The West indies gave it their all and the final equation came down to 10 runs required of the last over with Ian Botham bowling, it went down to the final ball, with the England captain doing something controversial to ensure victory, which according to the change of rules in 1980 would not be possible in todays game. • Give funda.
  32. 32. He sent all the fielders to the boundary line Field restrictions were implemented
  33. 33. 7.ID X and give Funda • The shown picture is of the River Jordan, an important river in Biblical terms. It has come to popular attention in recent times over the use of its water in a product. • Brooklyn-based creative label MSCHF produced a customized X Y (X- Company Name, Y- Product) that evokes a miracle of Jesus. The product contains the water injected, allowing the user to perform said miracle. The product sold out within a minute on October 8, and could be bought on the StockX marketplace with prices starting at $2,499 USD — with some demanding a price that’s double, or even nearly eight times more expensive than its original $1,425 USD retail price. It has received both positive and negative feedback, with some calling it the limit of “collab culture”. • The company creating the product quoted – “We asked ourselves, what would a __ collab with Jesus look like?”. Identify X and give funda.
  34. 34. X-Nike; Shoes filled with holy water
  35. 35. 8.Give me the movie and the man on the left • This is a screenshot from a 2019 movie. In this imaginary sequence, two men from a certain group come to The Late Late Show with James Corden to confront the protagonist. • What does the appearance of the man on the left allude to?
  36. 36. Yesterday, Paul Mcartney
  37. 37. 9. ID X and put funda. • X, the King of Kings who lived in Graceland, had become a national icon, by the end of 1956. • It is believed that X has had a greater culture influence than artists like Picasso. • The following year(1957), at the peak of his career, X received a draft notice for a two-year stint in the army. Fans sent tens of thousands of letters to the army asking for X to be spared,but X would have none of it. • During X’s tenure as a private in the US army,X also managed to get the polio vaccine rates up from 2% to 85% in the USA • Identify X and how did X change the polio vaccine rates drastically?
  38. 38. X-Elvis Presley, Got Vaccinated on live Tv
  39. 39. END OF DRIES-1
  40. 40. Written Round • 4 Questions • +10/0 • Bonus +10 for getting all correct • +10/-5 for getting the connect at the end • Anything and everything is a hint
  41. 41. 1)ID X • X is a company with its head office and assembly plant in Molsheim, Alsace, France. In the 1930s X got involved in the creation of planes in the hopes to beat the Germans in the Deutsche de la Meurthe competition. Their plane model would be called the X 100p but it never flew. It was designed by Louis de Monge, a Belgian engineer. • Since then, the brand has developed a reputation for building some of the most exclusive products in its industry ever made. One of their most exclusive projects started development in 2000. When Engineers were testing the first such engine in 2001, the engine produced enough heat that it nearly burned the factory building down. When the product runs on full speed, it takes 12 minutes to empty the fuel tank. What is X?
  42. 42. 2)ID X • A big reason why X became so popular was because of the X Boys. They were a group of rich, British motorists who raced the cars in the 1920s and promoted them among the social elite. The group consisted of Woolf Barnato, aviator Glen Kidston, Sir Henry Birkin, Dr Dudley Benjafield, steeplechaser George Duller and car journalist Sammy Davis. Interestingly, many of them came from a military background.X instantly gained a good reputation for building reliable, fast and expensive cars. • The latter, however, was not beneficial for the company, since the low number of sales hardly covered the material costs of production.X was always underfunded. The Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the resulting Great Depression throttled the demand for X’s expensive motor cars. This led to the bankruptcy of X. Eventually, Rolls-Royce Limited acquired the well-known Brutish vehicle manufacturer. The X 8 Litre is notable for being the last model, designed and built by X before its bankruptcy.
  43. 43. 3)ID X • The first X didn't even have an engine when they unveiled it. The 350 GTV may have been the world's first X, and ultimately, it led to the creation of the supercar genre, but when it was first unveiled at the Turin Auto Show it wasn't even finished, so they put a bunch of bricks where the engine should have been and kept the hood shut the entire time. • It was founded by ____ X, the original Tony Stark you could say. During WWII, he was stationed on the isolated island of Rhodes as a vehicle maintenance supervisor for the Italian Royal Air Force. Needless to say, being stuck on an island in the middle of a war makes it pretty tricky to secure spare parts, forcing X to cobble together scraps to keep his machines running. He quickly earned the reputation of being a master mechanic, and an even more prolific tinkerer. Kind of like that time Tony Stark built a nuclear reactor in a cave. But real. What is X?
  44. 44. 4)ID X • The world of motorsport witnessed a convergence of legends in 1982. That year, the FIA introduced Group B—the dangerous, near-unlimited class that fostered some of the fastest and most powerful cars ever to hit dirt, an era spoken today with awe, reverence, hushed tones. Lancia, whose Stratos had won three consecutive World Rally Championship Constructors’ titles, introduced the 037 in partnership with Abarth. Martini Racing, for its part, placed its famed livery across this new Lancia, forging one of the longest-lasting sponsorships in rallying history. • Another legend of the class, X’s ___ redefined the sport in 1980, becoming the first rally car with all-wheel drive. It was a revelation. Once they figured it out, drivers found it supremely confidence-inspiring; you could stand on it and the car would go where you wanted it, no matter ice, snow, or gravel. All-wheel-drive excelled on every slippery surface. Despite the fears that it would be too complex and too heavy, nearly every driver agreed all-wheel drive was the future of rallying. Just ten days after it was homologated, the ___ won its first outing it ever entered, the 1981 Janner Rally in Austria with Franz Wittman. Gimme X.
  45. 45. ANSWERS
  46. 46. 1)ID X • X is a company with its head office and assembly plant in Molsheim, Alsace, France. In the 1930s X got involved in the creation of planes in the hopes to beat the Germans in the Deutsche de la Meurthe competition. Their plane model would be called the X 100p but it never flew. It was designed by Louis de Monge, a Belgian engineer. • Since then, the brand has developed a reputation for building some of the most exclusive products in its industry ever made. One of their most exclusive projects started development in 2000. When Engineers were testing the first such engine in 2001, the engine produced enough heat that it nearly burned the factory building down. When the product runs on full speed, it takes 12 minutes to empty the fuel tank. What is X?
  47. 47. X- Buggati
  48. 48. 2)ID X • A big reason why X became so popular was because of the X Boys. They were a group of rich, British motorists who raced the cars in the 1920s and promoted them among the social elite. The group consisted of Woolf Barnato, aviator Glen Kidston, Sir Henry Birkin, Dr Dudley Benjafield, steeplechaser George Duller and car journalist Sammy Davis. Interestingly, many of them came from a military background.X instantly gained a good reputation for building reliable, fast and expensive cars. • The latter, however, was not beneficial for the company, since the low number of sales hardly covered the material costs of production.X was always underfunded. The Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the resulting Great Depression throttled the demand for X’s expensive motor cars. This led to the bankruptcy of X. Eventually, Rolls-Royce Limited acquired the well-known Brutish vehicle manufacturer. The X 8 Litre is notable for being the last model, designed and built by X before its bankruptcy.
  49. 49. Bentley
  50. 50. 3)ID X • The first X didn't even have an engine when they unveiled it. The 350 GTV may have been the world's first X, and ultimately, it led to the creation of the supercar genre, but when it was first unveiled at the Turin Auto Show it wasn't even finished, so they put a bunch of bricks where the engine should have been and kept the hood shut the entire time. • It was founded by ____ X, the original Tony Stark you could say. During WWII, he was stationed on the isolated island of Rhodes as a vehicle maintenance supervisor for the Italian Royal Air Force. Needless to say, being stuck on an island in the middle of a war makes it pretty tricky to secure spare parts, forcing X to cobble together scraps to keep his machines running. He quickly earned the reputation of being a master mechanic, and an even more prolific tinkerer. Kind of like that time Tony Stark built a nuclear reactor in a cave. But real. What is X?
  51. 51. Lamborghini
  52. 52. 4)ID X • The world of motorsport witnessed a convergence of legends in 1982. That year, the FIA introduced Group B—the dangerous, near-unlimited class that fostered some of the fastest and most powerful cars ever to hit dirt, an era spoken today with awe, reverence, hushed tones. Lancia, whose Stratos had won three consecutive World Rally Championship Constructors’ titles, introduced the 037 in partnership with Abarth. Martini Racing, for its part, placed its famed livery across this new Lancia, forging one of the longest-lasting sponsorships in rallying history. • Another legend of the class, X’s ___ redefined the sport in 1980, becoming the first rally car with all-wheel drive. It was a revelation. Once they figured it out, drivers found it supremely confidence-inspiring; you could stand on it and the car would go where you wanted it, no matter ice, snow, or gravel. All-wheel-drive excelled on every slippery surface. Despite the fears that it would be too complex and too heavy, nearly every driver agreed all-wheel drive was the future of rallying. Just ten days after it was homologated, the ___ won its first outing it ever entered, the 1981 Janner Rally in Austria with Franz Wittman. Gimme X.
  53. 53. Audi
  54. 54. CONNECT • All owned by Volkswagen
  55. 55. DRIES-2 • 9 Questions • On pounce +10/-5 • On bounce +10/0 • Standard pounce and bounce rules apply. • We only have one thing to say about unruly pouncing…
  56. 56. 1. Which site did Eat24 end up choosing? • California-based food delivery service Eat24.com was looking to get the word out about its late-night meal offerings without breaking the bank. • Eat24 needed to find sites to advertise on that drew large traffic numbers, but wouldn't charge the company high rates to display its ads • They eventually turned to an industry leader which brings in 14.9 million unique visitors monthly, according to the tracking site Quantcast. That's more than the websites for Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal combined. • Eat24 got the advertising done diet cheap,as the only other ads on the site were other members of the same industry or ads for male enhancers. • Which site did Eat24 end up choosing?
  57. 57. Pornhub
  58. 58. 2. Give X and its more popular name. • Back in 1984, the year X was founded, it was practically unimaginable that a tiny startup based in Waterloo, Ontario would help change the way we communicate, but for fresh engineering graduates Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin that was always the plan. The beginnings were humble for the two founders, with the majority of their time dedicated to Budgie, an LED sign business that was contracted by General Motors to communicate messages to workers on its assembly lines. Despite early interest, the project was a sales flop and X’s owners decided to sell the business and look at other ventures. Through constant innovation and experimentation, they arrived at their most successful ventures, involving the manufacture of pagers and inventing revolutionary communication tech., and soon became cultural and business icons of the 2000s. But more recently, they’re observed around the world as a case study for business failure. • Give X and its more popular name.
  59. 59. X-RIM; Blackberry
  60. 60. 3.ID X • An X, was filed as a patent by Karl D.Swartzel Jr. Of Bell Labs in 1941. • His design used three vacuum tubes as opposed to MOSFETS which are used to make them now. • X was a game changer in World War 2, with it being liberally used in the M9 artillery director, and helped it gain an accuracy of 90% which would have been impossible otherwise. • Id X which might be the source of many nightmares in your first year of engineering. • Shown in the next slide is a μA741, one of the most successful X’s.
  61. 61. X- Op Amp
  62. 62. 4.Where have you seen X? • X is on the covers of books. It’s on business cards and stationery. It’s even on a “sponsor a highway” sign on Route 9 in Natick, Massachusetts. • The wave equation is a fundamental model in mathematical physics that describes how a disturbance travels through matter. If t is time and x and y are spatial coordinates with the units chosen so that the wave propagation speed is equal to one, then the amplitude of a wave satisfies the partial differential equation
  63. 63. MATLAB Logo
  64. 64. 5.ID X and Y • Based off of the successful ABC Radio podcast of the same name, the Nightline documentary, The Inventor, interviews a number of people close to X. Former Chief Design Architect at Y, Ana Arriola, revealed how employees learned about X's true speaking voice. • "We didn't know that it wasn't her voice until much later," Arriola recalls. • "I think I was at one of the company parties, maybe she had a little bit too much to drink or whatnot. But she fell out of a character and exposed that that wasn't necessarily her true voice." Who is being talked about, and in what context? (basically, give me X and Y)
  65. 65. X- Elizabeth Holmes Y-Theranos
  66. 66. 6.ID X • Marjane Satrapi is an Iranian-French writer whose graphic novels explore the gaps and the junctures between the East and West. Her most notable work, X, is a two-part autobiographical graphic novel chronicling her childhood up to her adult years before, during and after the Islamic Revolution in Iran. It provides a point of view from the liberal, upper-middle-class strata of people, and the significant changes in the standard/quality of life among the commoners during the revolution. The novel explores themes such as feminism in the east and the hegemonic power of the state. • The novel received high praise, and the simplicity of the content itself meant a higher outreach to students, although it generated some controversy in the States regarding its graphic content. It was later made into an animated film, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Feature Film in 2007 as well as Official French Selection for the Best Foreign Language Film. • The title of the book refers to an old capital of the Persian empire, to indicate the current state of affairs in Iran is not a matter of recent times, but a result of a thousand years of history. Identify X (the novel)
  67. 67. X- Persepolis
  68. 68. 7. • The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is a high-performance limited edition lightweight track-only car. • The overall weight of the car is 999 kg (2,202 lb), a weight comparable to subcompact cars,while most of it's compatriots weigh around the 1500 kg ball park. • It is only one of two Lamborghini cars to not be named with respect to bull fighting(the other one being the countach) • What's the significance behind the naming of the Sesto elemento?
  69. 69. The 6th Element i.e Carbon The car is made mainly from carbon fibre hence is light
  70. 70. 8.Put Funda • In 2012 employees of ___ wanted to make one of their companies rebranded features more fun. At the time, the proposal for anonymous viewers was to show them as a unique but length number sequence, e.g. Anonymous 35123512425. Then one day while brainstorming the alliteration Anonymous Animals came up. From there, the visual design team for involved to build out icons. • Nobody remembers which creatures started it all,but they were fairly typical animals. Eventually the list expanded to critters that were a little more playful, not to mention mythical and even non animal. • Some in the list include, Nyan cat, Kraken, chupacbara etc. Eventually the engineers got more creative and began to to include those on the endangered and extinct list like the quagga. Currently the catalogue contains 73 entities. • Put funda
  71. 71. Google Docs Anonymous Animals • alligator, anteater, armadillo, auroch, axolotl, badger, bat, bear, beaver, blobfish, buffalo, camel, chameleon, cheetah, chipmunk, chinchilla, chupacabra, cormorant, coyote, crow, dingo, dinosaur, dog, dolphin, dragon, duck, dumbo octopus, elephant, ferret, fox, frog, giraffe, goose, gopher, grizzly, hamster, hedgehog, hippo, hyena, jackal, jackalope, ibex, ifrit, iguana, kangaroo, kiwi, koala, kraken, lemur, leopard, liger, lion, llama, manatee, mink, monkey, moose, narwhal, nyan cat, orangutan, otter, panda, penguin, platypus, python, pumpkin, quagga, quokka, rabbit, raccoon, rhino, sheep, shrew, skunk, slow loris, squirrel, tiger, turtle, unicorn, walrus, wolf, wolverine, wombat.
  72. 72. 9.Give me X or Z(preferably X) • In mathematics, Y refers to infinitesimal differences. Y is used in various branches of mathematics such as calculus, differential geometry, algebraic geometry and algebraic topology.In traditional approaches to calculus, Y is assigned a notation say Z with respect to the variable and are interpreted as infinitesimals. There are several methods of defining infinitesimals rigorously, but it is sufficient to say that an infinitesimal number is smaller in absolute value than any positive real number, just as an infinitely large number is larger than any real number. • X in local culture is defined as a cramped up place with minimum movement option,but what really defines X is the company you have there and the carefree attitude which defines it. It is said to be a shrine where you find the answer to every problem or a brothel where you find unconditional love. • X and Z are homophones.
  73. 73. X- Deetee Z-dt
  74. 74. END OF DRIES-2

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