# Understanding Mathematics

People wrote differently in those days, obviously the vulgar mechanick may be a man and he that is able to reason nimbly and judiciously may be a woman, (and either or both may be children).

for complicated mathematics building on simpler mathematics.

The following examples illustrate the difference between the two approaches to understanding mathematics described above.

You won’t be able to learn how to understand mathematics from abstract principles and a few examples. Instead you need to study the substance of mathematics. I’m hoping that the answers to the following

will illustrate how mathematics is meant to make sense and is built on a logical procession rather than a bunch of arbitrarily conceived rules.

One of the main things that turned me on to mathematics were certain concepts and arguments that I found particularly beautiful and intriguing. I’m listing some of these below even though they may not be frequently asked about. But I’ll hope you’ll enjoy them, and perhaps get more interested in mathematics for its own sake.

## Solving Mathematical Problems

The most important thing to realize when solving difficult mathematical problems is that one never solves such a problem on the first attempt. Rather one needs to build a sequence of problems that lead up to the problem of interest, and solve each of them. At each step experience is gained that’s necessary or useful for the solution of the next problem. Other only loosely related problems may have to be solved, to generate experience and insight.

Students (and scholars too) often neglect to check their answers. I suspect a major reason is that traditional and widely used teaching methods require the solution of many similar problems, each of which becomes a chore to be gotten over with rather than an exciting learning opportunity. In my opinion, each problem should be different and add a new insight and experience. However, it is amazing just how easy it is to make mistakes. So it is imperative that all answers be checked for plausibility. Just how to do that depends of course on the problem.

There is a famous book: G. Polya, How to Solve It , 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1957, ISBN 0-691-08097-6. It was first published in 1945. This is a serious attempt by a master at transferring problem solving techniques. Click here to see an html version of Polya’s summary.

The main thing that keeps mathematics alive and interesting of course are unsolved problems. Many open problems that are important in the contemporary view are hard just to understand. But here are

for which you can form your own conjectures. The word simple in this context means that the problem is easy to state and the question is easy to understand. It does not mean that the problem is easy to solve. In fact all of these open problems are difficult. (That’s why they are unsolved, it’s not that nobody tried!)

## Acquiring Mathematical Understanding

Since this is directed to undergraduate students a more specific question is how does one acquire mathematical understanding by taking classes? But that does not mean that classes are the only way to learn something. In fact, they often are a bad way! You learn by doing. For example, it’s questionable that we should have programming classes at all, most people learn programming much more quickly and enjoyably by picking a programming problem they are interested in and care about, and solving it. In particular, when you are no longer a student you will have acquired the skills necessary to learn anything you like by reading and communicating with peers and experts. That’s a much more exciting way to learn than taking classes!

Here are some suggestions regarding class work:

# Ask Jud – The world’s finest virtual tarot

Do you need to ask a question? Are you looking for answers? Jud offers you a space to ask anything you want. However, before each question you must write a petition. If the answer is not what you expected, at least you make catharsis and ask again.

# How to use AskJud

## The world’s best virtual tarot

Jud is a virtual tarot that that can answer all kinds of questions. Questions about the present, the past, and your future. He can be a bit tempermental, requiring that each question be presented with a petition of “Jud, please answer the following question” or “Jud, please answer” before each question is asked. Failure to correctly petition will not bring results.

## The history of AskJud

Jud was born in 2007. As he began to age, he realized he had an ability to read the fortunes of others, and quickly became a star in his small hometown. To expand his operaion, he knew he had to join the digital age. Through the use of modern technology, he is able to answer thousands of questions every day from people all over the world.

In early 2016, the demand for Jud’s services became so high, he brougt on 10 additional team members from around the country to increase answer throughput. With a large team, and his mind in overdrive, he is now able to answer upwards of 13,240 questions per day (Average over the past 30 days), with pinpoint accuracy. Though the team members are new, they are just as tempermental. Requiring a correct petition each and every time.

## Has Jud ever been seen?

A dark and blury photograph of Jud was captured in early 2010. The developed image is shown below:

## The Twitter migration of 2015

In early 2015, Jud moved part of his online presence to Twitter, under the handle @TheAskJud. It wasn’t before long before the crowds of people following his presence online made the jump to Twitter. His ability to answer many different types of questions, both online and on Twitter attracted many.

His Twitter has been inactive for two years due to an oversubscription of requests. Twitter hadn’t created the tooling for him to keep up with demand. Though there may come a time for him to return, there are no plans at this time.

## Questions?

I am Ask Jud, the world’s best virtual tarot

No, I am not Peter Answers, or Ask Peter, so typing Ask Peter won’t help

# How Does Ask Peter Work? The Code Behind the Prank

For a number of years, one of my hobbies has been researching paranormal scams. These are situations where an individual claims they can predict the future, that they ve discovered the secret to antigravity, or that they work for the government and know the truth about aliens. A common thread in all of that surreal research is that generally, an unnerving number of people are very, very gullible.

That gullibility multiplies significantly when the event being portrayed includes something that appears supernatural or magical in nature. Deep down, many people still want to believe in magic and when they are presented with the opportunity to believe again, they jump all over it.

A case in point is a website that is very popular among the prankster community called Ask Peter (or Peter Answers). The footer text lists the page as a Virtual Tarot, as though the page truly has the ability to predict your future or answer any of your questions. In this article, I answer the question: how does Ask Peter work?

### How Does Ask Peter Work? The Believer Perspective

First, I m going to show you how the website works for the person off of the street who knows nothing about the inner workings of Ask Peter. When you first arrive at the website, you ll see a very simple web form.

The point of the website is that it s a sort of electronic tarot which will peek into your future and answer your questions accordingly. However, Peter is a fickle psychic, and he must be treated with respect or he won t answer your question. Therefore, before you ask a question, you must petition Peter with the sentence, Peter, please answer the following question: If you re using the Peter Answers site alone and you don t know the secret behind the site, you ll typically get an answer like this:

What s up with that? Ah, but it s all part of the show, folks. The magic really happens when you bring in a second person who knows Peter s terrible secret (after reading this article, that will be you!) The second person needs to type in the petition and question for you, and then you ll get the answer which is usually remarkably accurate.

If the person typing the question knows the secret, you ll get such an answer. In the second half of this article, I m going to share Peter s terrible secret, and welcome you into the secret society of Ask Peter insiders. If you enjoy the childlike, magical perspective offered by your blissful ignorance, then stop reading this article now. Otherwise, if you would like to be immune to this particular scam How to Protect Yourself From 3 of the Biggest Online Scams Right Now How to Protect Yourself From 3 of the Biggest Online Scams Right Now People will always fall foul of the scammers. Three of the most devastating scams at the moment have yielded hundreds of millions of dollars for cybercriminals. What can you do to protect yourself? Read More , then read on.

### Welcome to the Secret Society of Ask Peter

If you ve read this far, then you feel prepared for the secret knowledge of how Ask Peter works. Let s take a closer look.

The ultimate secret to Ask Peter is actually a bit of creative JavaScripting What Is JavaScript and How Does It Work? What Is JavaScript and How Does It Work? What is Javascript? It’s a programming language used to enhance web pages. It includes dynamically updating web pages, user interfaces and more. Let’s dive into what Javascript is all about. Read More . Getting Peter to answer a question doesn t take reverence and politeness, it takes a very plain period. That s right in the Petition field, just type a . and start typing the answer to the question that you re going to ask in the next field.

At the end of the answer, type another . and then continue typing the rest of Peter, please answer the following question: To the person sitting next to you, it only appears as though you ve typed that one question especially if you re a fast typist.

So, now you know the secret. Submitting the question that you ve already entered the answer for and clicking OK will result in Peter providing your answer. The person next to you who s watching will be astounded and flabbergasted by the amazing accuracy of this virtual tarot. Just don t be too accurate, as you ll raise suspicion. Once you re through, you can proudly claim another Ask Peter believer under your belt. In doing so, you ve perfectly portrayed the terrible gullibility that runs rampant throughout the world.

Let s take a closer look at how the background scripting for Ask Peter actually works.

Now, the creators of this website were clever enough to suspect that discerning tech geeks would try peeking under the hood, so they ve incorporated a few safeguards. The first, of course, is processing all entries through CSS using class inp to handle each input field. You simply can t see how these fields are processed without access to the CSS files 10 Simple CSS Code Examples You Can Learn in 10 Minutes 10 Simple CSS Code Examples You Can Learn in 10 Minutes We’ll go over how to create an inline stylesheet so you can practice your CSS skills. Then we’ll move onto 10 basic CSS examples. From there, your imagination is the limit! Read More . However, if you look closely at the form code, you ll discover an interesting anomaly.

At the footer of the page script, you can see various variables used to return different text to the text field:

Each variable is given a coded name that looks similar, but it isn t with zero and the letter O in various places in the name. The technique is clearly intended to cover up the true purpose of the script, but it s obvious that if you aren t aware of the secret use of . behind the entry of the answer, then the page is coded to provide lots of different error messages back to you.

What does this mean to those of you who aren t JavaScript programmers? It means that instead of one, single function and variable handling the input text that gets entered into each field and returning a text value to the answer field, there are multiple things that happen with every individual keypress. This means that there s a whole lot of TomFoolery going on with the text that you enter into each text field.

## Now You Know the Real Answer

The answer, of course, is that if you re in the Petition field, the script returns what you type into the field, but watches for the moment you type the . character. At that point, it starts typing the rest of the statement Peter, please answer as it saves each character you re actually typing into a variable until you type . again. Finally, once you click OK your saved text that was stored in a string variable is displayed below in the form of Peter s Answer.

Now that you know the inner workings of this online Prank 7 Pranks to Play on iPhone Users 7 Pranks to Play on iPhone Users Pranking your friends is lots of fun, and there some great ways to do it if you get a few minutes alone with their iPhone. Read More , are you more likely to try it out on a friend?

Share your opinion about this online virtual tarot in the comment section below, and if you do try it out on a friend, let us know how it went!

# Understanding Mathematics

People wrote differently in those days, obviously the vulgar mechanick may be a man and he that is able to reason nimbly and judiciously may be a woman, (and either or both may be children).

for complicated mathematics building on simpler mathematics.

The following examples illustrate the difference between the two approaches to understanding mathematics described above.

You won’t be able to learn how to understand mathematics from abstract principles and a few examples. Instead you need to study the substance of mathematics. I’m hoping that the answers to the following

will illustrate how mathematics is meant to make sense and is built on a logical procession rather than a bunch of arbitrarily conceived rules.

One of the main things that turned me on to mathematics were certain concepts and arguments that I found particularly beautiful and intriguing. I’m listing some of these below even though they may not be frequently asked about. But I’ll hope you’ll enjoy them, and perhaps get more interested in mathematics for its own sake.

## Solving Mathematical Problems

The most important thing to realize when solving difficult mathematical problems is that one never solves such a problem on the first attempt. Rather one needs to build a sequence of problems that lead up to the problem of interest, and solve each of them. At each step experience is gained that’s necessary or useful for the solution of the next problem. Other only loosely related problems may have to be solved, to generate experience and insight.

Students (and scholars too) often neglect to check their answers. I suspect a major reason is that traditional and widely used teaching methods require the solution of many similar problems, each of which becomes a chore to be gotten over with rather than an exciting learning opportunity. In my opinion, each problem should be different and add a new insight and experience. However, it is amazing just how easy it is to make mistakes. So it is imperative that all answers be checked for plausibility. Just how to do that depends of course on the problem.

There is a famous book: G. Polya, How to Solve It , 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1957, ISBN 0-691-08097-6. It was first published in 1945. This is a serious attempt by a master at transferring problem solving techniques. Click here to see an html version of Polya’s summary.

The main thing that keeps mathematics alive and interesting of course are unsolved problems. Many open problems that are important in the contemporary view are hard just to understand. But here are

for which you can form your own conjectures. The word simple in this context means that the problem is easy to state and the question is easy to understand. It does not mean that the problem is easy to solve. In fact all of these open problems are difficult. (That’s why they are unsolved, it’s not that nobody tried!)

## Acquiring Mathematical Understanding

Since this is directed to undergraduate students a more specific question is how does one acquire mathematical understanding by taking classes? But that does not mean that classes are the only way to learn something. In fact, they often are a bad way! You learn by doing. For example, it’s questionable that we should have programming classes at all, most people learn programming much more quickly and enjoyably by picking a programming problem they are interested in and care about, and solving it. In particular, when you are no longer a student you will have acquired the skills necessary to learn anything you like by reading and communicating with peers and experts. That’s a much more exciting way to learn than taking classes!

Here are some suggestions regarding class work:

# Understanding Mathematics

People wrote differently in those days, obviously the vulgar mechanick may be a man and he that is able to reason nimbly and judiciously may be a woman, (and either or both may be children).

for complicated mathematics building on simpler mathematics.

The following examples illustrate the difference between the two approaches to understanding mathematics described above.

You won’t be able to learn how to understand mathematics from abstract principles and a few examples. Instead you need to study the substance of mathematics. I’m hoping that the answers to the following

will illustrate how mathematics is meant to make sense and is built on a logical procession rather than a bunch of arbitrarily conceived rules.

One of the main things that turned me on to mathematics were certain concepts and arguments that I found particularly beautiful and intriguing. I’m listing some of these below even though they may not be frequently asked about. But I’ll hope you’ll enjoy them, and perhaps get more interested in mathematics for its own sake.

## Solving Mathematical Problems

The most important thing to realize when solving difficult mathematical problems is that one never solves such a problem on the first attempt. Rather one needs to build a sequence of problems that lead up to the problem of interest, and solve each of them. At each step experience is gained that’s necessary or useful for the solution of the next problem. Other only loosely related problems may have to be solved, to generate experience and insight.

Students (and scholars too) often neglect to check their answers. I suspect a major reason is that traditional and widely used teaching methods require the solution of many similar problems, each of which becomes a chore to be gotten over with rather than an exciting learning opportunity. In my opinion, each problem should be different and add a new insight and experience. However, it is amazing just how easy it is to make mistakes. So it is imperative that all answers be checked for plausibility. Just how to do that depends of course on the problem.

There is a famous book: G. Polya, How to Solve It , 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1957, ISBN 0-691-08097-6. It was first published in 1945. This is a serious attempt by a master at transferring problem solving techniques. Click here to see an html version of Polya’s summary.

The main thing that keeps mathematics alive and interesting of course are unsolved problems. Many open problems that are important in the contemporary view are hard just to understand. But here are

for which you can form your own conjectures. The word simple in this context means that the problem is easy to state and the question is easy to understand. It does not mean that the problem is easy to solve. In fact all of these open problems are difficult. (That’s why they are unsolved, it’s not that nobody tried!)

## Acquiring Mathematical Understanding

Since this is directed to undergraduate students a more specific question is how does one acquire mathematical understanding by taking classes? But that does not mean that classes are the only way to learn something. In fact, they often are a bad way! You learn by doing. For example, it’s questionable that we should have programming classes at all, most people learn programming much more quickly and enjoyably by picking a programming problem they are interested in and care about, and solving it. In particular, when you are no longer a student you will have acquired the skills necessary to learn anything you like by reading and communicating with peers and experts. That’s a much more exciting way to learn than taking classes!

Here are some suggestions regarding class work:

# how to use peter answers

## Peter s Answers to Fan s Questions

Thank you to all of Peter s amazing fans who participated in our Question Answer fan activity and sent in questions for him! With his busy schedule, Peter has just now sent us some of his answers for your enjoyment. He had fun reading the large amount of questions from his fans and responding to a chosen few with his usual witty humor and charm. Thanks Peter for being such a good sport! We look forward to doing more fan based activities with you on your website.

What s the funniest thing that happened to you on a set?

Not the funniest, but I had the most fun playing Backgammon with Glenn Close. She’s very competitive.

I have noticed that in your career you have not made films from the time of the kings. Would you like to?

Yes. I recently did a period piece in the 1920’ where I played Bugs Moran. Head of the Chicago Mobs Irish territory. Had so much fun playing that period. I’d like to do more period pieces. Scorpion King was the closest I got to playing that “ln time of kings”, different time then Middle Ages but I still got to wear some chaimail shirts, carry a sword, and ride a horse. I’d like to do more of that. It’s so fun traveling back to different time periods.

What is the first thing you notice in someone?

Their eyes. It’s the window to the soul

How many Ethan’s naughty magic chocolates do you think you ate during the filming of the movie?

Any plans on writing any more YA novels or sequels to After The Red Rain?

Not at this time. I’m focusing my writing on some screenplays and TV shows I’ve been working on.

Do u speak some Italian ? Or would you like to learn it?

I speak some. I can understand more then I speak. When I go back to Italy I pick it up fairly quickly. But I’d like study it more and be more affluent.

What s your favorite song at the moment ?

The Weight by The Band. Been learning to play it in my guitar so it’s stuck in my head all the time.

If you could meet any person dead or alive, who would it be?

If you could be anyone for one day who and why?

Hmmm. I kinda like being me.

What s one place you haven t traveled to but would like to someday?

A few. India. Bali. And Africa.

## The Passport Peter Project Has Launched!

Get ready, the Passport Peter project has officially launched! Here is your chance to get involved in a project that lets you use your creativity while having fun at the same time. You will get to share your adventure with others on Twitter and the final project will be sent to Peter himself so that he can enjoy the travels, photos and journaling.

There are a few rules that have to be maintained during your visit with Peter . Please make sure that you read through this list and follow it. The bottom line is to have fun and give Peter a great gift to enjoy when the project is over.

• Send Passport Peter on his next journey within 3 days after receiving him.

• Post ONE photo of you and Passport Peter on Twitter making sure to tag @OfficialPFWeb with photo with your location and city, state (Heinz Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA)

• All photos must be PG-rated. Use your creativity with them but please keep it classy.

• Make a ONE page journal entry about your time and adventures with Passport Peter . The real Peter will get to read all these amazing entries at the end of Passport Peter s trip around the world so have fun when you chronicle his adventures with you.

Peter will be choosing one lucky photo from all those that are submitted to win a special prize. So make sure that you use your creativity, have fun and enjoy your 3 days with Passport Peter on this chance to show Peter your town, friends and life.

To get started please send your name and mailing address to [email protected]

## New Trailer For Gangster Land, Opening Dec. 1st

Watch the new action packed trailer with Peter as Bugs Moran in the new movie Gangster Land . Mark your calendars for the December 1st release date of Gangster Land . Catch Peter s new movie in theaters, on Demand Digital. View the new article in the Hollywood Reporter here.

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Best answer: First, may I thank you, and also congratulate you for posting such an amazing, and appropriate question. You ve certainly generated a huge response. One thing I ve noticed that I find both interesting and disturbing in many of the answers is the immediate reference to a certain description of President. show more

Best answer: First, may I thank you, and also congratulate you for posting such an amazing, and appropriate question. You ve certainly generated a huge response.

One thing I ve noticed that I find both interesting and disturbing in many of the answers is the immediate reference to a certain description of President Obama. Perhaps others have picked up on this as well. There s just something about him that makes him different from the other presidents. Gosh, I just can t imagine what THAT could be.

Seriously, folks, WHY is that the very first thing that comes to many people s minds when asked what they think about President Obama? What about his accomplishments? His classiness? His coolness? His poise? But nooooo. the first thing we say is, Oh, he was black

Really. This is ALL that maters or comes to mind when you think about him?

When I think of President Obama, I think of a man of great class. This guy is cool! He has quite the sense of humor. The country s economy was in quite the mess when he first came into office. A certain group of people (Gosh, I can t imagine WHO) put up one roadblock after another, after another in an attempt to make this guy look bad. That s been their plan. Whatever he was for, they were against. It did not matter if some of his plans were actually very good plans that would benefit the American people. Because these were his plans, they were against them. Then they had the nerve to turn around and try to say, What has President Obama ever done for this country? Not a thing! That s been their agenda all along. They wanted him to look bad.

But they have FAILED.

Despite of all those road blocks, I think President Obama has done quite an amazing job in turning things around compared to how they were when he first took office. Is there still work to be done? Is there room for improvement? Absolutely! The work must go forward. I cringe to think what this country would look like today if the previous president was still in power.

One of our presidential candidates has the slogan, Make America Great Again . My question is, Isn t America ALREADY great? I believe it is.

No, President Obama isn t perfect. Do you know anybody who is? I don t. You cannot please all of the people all of the time, and I believe President Obama is well aware of that. He has faced a LOT of criticism, probably more than many past presidents. Some of the criticism might be warranted, but I believe a lot of it is not. Some of the blatant displays of disrespect towards him, which I think is undeserving, have been way beyond what other presidents have experienced, and yet, look how he s handled it; He is a man of class.

I am grateful to have lived during the time when he was our president.

835 answers Newborn Baby 3 days ago

Exspecially now days since more women are graduating college and able to get good jobs like me they still feel the need to take our money, are men not seen as worth anything if we don t have money because that s what it seems

Exspecially now days since more women are graduating college and able to get good jobs like me they still feel the need to take our money, are men not seen as worth anything if we don t have money because that s what it seems

87 answers Yahoo Answers 1 day ago

I have seen/heard it so much. As soon as you have a different idea, or question their thoughts, they do not discuss – they put down with name-calling, telling people they re stupid, gullible, etc. Can anyone explain this mindset to me? Or, if you re Democrat. just place your insult here. show more

I have seen/heard it so much. As soon as you have a different idea, or question their thoughts, they do not discuss – they put down with name-calling, telling people they re stupid, gullible, etc. Can anyone explain this mindset to me? Or, if you re Democrat. just place your insult here. lol I hate to generalize against them like that. but there s just so incredibly much of it out there that I cannot ignore it anymore.

38 answers Politics 17 hours ago

I am currently in 7th grade, and I know thats young to be depressed. I don t need lectures about how I m too young to understand because I do understand. I don t want people questioning me, so I want to know, what is a good way to fake happiness without it being obvious.

I am currently in 7th grade, and I know thats young to be depressed. I don t need lectures about how I m too young to understand because I do understand. I don t want people questioning me, so I want to know, what is a good way to fake happiness without it being obvious.

68 answers Psychology 1 day ago

One time, a veteran cut the lock off of my locker and stole my gas mask because he lost his and would have had to pay for one when he outprocessed and I was forced to buy a \$130 gas mask. Another time, two veterans got in a drunken fight outside my dorm room and got blood all over the floor. What s so great. show more

One time, a veteran cut the lock off of my locker and stole my gas mask because he lost his and would have had to pay for one when he outprocessed and I was forced to buy a \$130 gas mask. Another time, two veterans got in a drunken fight outside my dorm room and got blood all over the floor. What s so great about them? I m a veteran myself, but in my experience, a lot of veterans are not honorable people. I have noticed that the average civilian is a much better human being overall than my fellow veterans were.

232 answers Politics 3 days ago

Best answer: You just said religious cult. Like wtf. Moreover, well, don t go along with the masses. You re 22 and a virgin, good! I m in college and a virgin male. I mean I ve kissed a girl before, but I m not interested in sex until marriage and I m Christian. You d think in Alabama they d. show more

Best answer: You just said religious cult. Like wtf. Moreover, well, don t go along with the masses. You re 22 and a virgin, good! I m in college and a virgin male. I mean I ve kissed a girl before, but I m not interested in sex until marriage and I m Christian. You d think in Alabama they d have higher standards, apparently not, unless you live in a city district and not a suburb or rural area, then that makes more sense as to why people are fornicating like dogs in the street because of their stupid fk head parents not teaching them right and the left wing education system and hommo af Hollywood.

46 answers Mythology Folklore 18 hours ago

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# What are the instructions and trick to use for Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website or Peter Please Answer?

The site PeterAnswers.com is a simple browser game. It is only a computer program designed to take the common belief in “fortunetelling” and prove that there is no such thing as a person or computer program that knows more than the user-YOU. The computer program is based on a simple JavaScript and an HTML interactive FORM. PeterAnswers is for entertainment purposes only. It is not designed to be a real fortune telling experience nor does it really answer the questions submitted.

Instead, it takes the questions users ask and answers in one of two ways. The first way is that the user submits the ‘answer’ using the secret trick known to many-but not all–visitors. The second way can answer is when the user does not know the secret trick, the program will take keywords found within the question and spit out a rather meaningless answer.

Therefore, the only questions the program can answer correctly are questions that the user/web visitor already knows the answer to before submitting the question with the answer. Tip: don’t do your homework with Peteranswers!

What is the secret trick
In the second box, you enter your question in the form of a question. A Terms of Use instruction will appear in the next screen which you must agree to, then after submitting your question, it will say Peter is “thinking”. When finished, “Peter” will give an answer.
Which answer will you get?
If you ask a question for which you know the answer AND you know the secret trick AND you have entered the trick correctly in the Petition box, the “answer” will simply deliver the answer you typed in that the program masked in the first box.
Part of the “trick” with the secret trick is knowing how to properly enter it. The easiest way to do the secret trick successfully is to NOT watch the screen, but instead look at your keyboard as you type. Let’s say your name is Sally. Type into the Petition Box this: Peter please answer.Sally (It will mask the period Sally, and it will finish typing the Petition.) Submit. It should “respond” with Sally as the magic “fortunetelling answer”.
Try a question that you do not know. For example, let’s say you would like to know “What is the name for the area where oxygen is exchanged with carbon dioxide in the lungs?” But you don’t know the correct answer. So you follow the standard directions, without using the secret trick (because you do not know the correct answer). Now, all the program can do is return a meaningless answer. Maybe it will say this, “You must trust Peter with your whole heart before Peter will reveal this truth.” Obviously, that is no “answer”.
However, let’s say you do know the answer. You type Peter please answer .aveloi (and your typing becomes masked, ‘invisible’, while the program finishes the typing with “Peter please answer the following question” If you entered the period correctly, it should reply with aveoli.

An alternate way to use the secret trick on *some* similar sites

First, you must type in the petition “.” (Period) then follow by your answer
Second, after your answer press space bar until your desire then question mark Enjoy tricking your friend with answer then question with their unbelievable answer

To trick your family or friends
1. Visit peteranswers.com where there are two text boxes: “Insert Petition” and “Insert Question.”

Note: If PeterAnswers truly had psychic powers, he would not need to “hear” your audience say the answer. Further, this computer program cannot “hear” anything, no matter how loudly you speak!

3. Enter text into the petition box. The directions tell you to type in either “Peter, please answer the following question:” or “Peter, please answer:” in the petition box. What your audience doesn’t know is that you’re telling Peter the answer.
· Note the colon “:” at the end of each of these queries. This is essential because without it, you will not be able to proceed to the question box. Once you type the phrase and enter the colon, your cursor will automatically move to the question box.
· Instead of typing “Peter, please answer the following question:” or “Peter, please answer:” start off your petition with a period followed by the answer you’re looking for. For example, if you intend to ask “Why is Wiki the best how-to manual ever?” then in the petition box you would type:
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o Because it’s a group effort
o As you type the answer you’re looking for, that’s not what you will see showing up in the text box. You will see the standard petition being typed, even though you’re typing something completely different. Your audience, however, will have their eyes on the screen and will never suspect that you’re giving Peter the answer.
o Your answer should be shorter than one of the standard petitions. When you finish typing the answer, the standard petition will still need to be finished on the screen.

So, after you type the answer, end it with a period. The period will show up as another character of the petition. After the period, however, anything you type will show up on the screen as you type it. Finish whatever is left of the query and send it off with a colon.

4.Type in the question. Be sure to end it with a question mark “?”. As soon as you enter the question mark, a box will appear with warnings about Privacy. For Peter to answer the question, you’ll need to click the “I Accept” button.

5. Watch as Peter thinks for a second and then displays the answer that you typed. If your audience doesn’t know that you typed in the answer, they will be flabbergasted. You can probably keep them amazed for quite a while as long as they don’t start paying close attention to what your fingers are actually typing.

Ex: type in Peter.Eclipes :
Q. what book am i reading?

There are many websites built on the same computer program that PeterAnswers uses

You have to reverse your words carefully to trick the computer program.

Guess what, Peter answers is a big trick! Here is what you do:
· On the part where you are supposed to type peter please answer, instead type period, you will notice that instead of. it will have a p.
· Next, just type the answer to the question, it should show up as Peter please answer the following question you finish typing the answer before the sentence Peter please answer the following question then hold down space bar the rest of the way)
· Now press enter
· Type your question and press enter

Now you can type in the question below, and type ask. Ta-da! the answer you typed in the petition will now appear.

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# wiki How to Use Peter Answers

Ask someone for a question. This is what you’ll ask Peter.

• If you already know the answer, proceed to the next step.
• If it’s a question you don’t know the answer to, you can ask them for the answer, telling them that if they say the question and answer out loud, Peter will hear them with his psychic powers. If you don’t know the answer, you won’t be able to follow the next step, and Peter will answer with a very generic statement like “You shall not doubt of me at all, keep trusting on me and soon I’ll answer.” In other words, the trick won’t work!

In the petition box, press . and then type the answer. Pressing the period key will clue the site into the fact that you’re typing the secret answer, causing each letter you type to appear as part of the phrase, “Peter, please answer the following question.” Since, for this example, the question will be “Why is wikiHow the best website?”, we will now type, “.Because it is a group effort” into the petition box.

Press . repeatedly until you reach a logical break in the automated question. In our example, the secret response only takes us as far as “Peter, please answer the foll”; to get the phrase to say “Peter, please answer the following ,” simply press the period key five more times. The extra periods will not appear in your secret answer.

• Note that the full question reads “Peter, please answer the following question” – though you’re welcome to stop anywhere that makes sense before that.

Press : to move the cursor to the question box. This is essential because it signals you’re your secret answer is done. Moreover, without the colon, you will not be able to proceed to the question box.

Type the question normally.

Press ? to submit the question. You may have to agree to a liability release before you can move to the next step.

Watch for Peter’s answer. He should display the response that you typed. If your audience doesn’t know that you typed in the answer, they will be flabbergasted. You can probably keep them amazed for quite a while as long as they don’t start paying close attention to what your fingers are actually typing.

You can also tell your viewers to stare at the screen so that they can correct any spelling errors that you might make.

Peter will accept and display answers that are longer than the petition phrase, but it will be pretty obvious something is up if you continue to type after the screen displays the entire petition phrase. Nothing more will show up once you’ve reached the end of the phrase.

Peter is only as accurate as you are, so if you enter a typo, Peter will answer with a typo, and people will get suspicious pretty quickly. If you think you made a mistake, you can backspace and start again at any point. If you delete all of what you entered, press Clear and start over; remember to enter a period again to signal to Peter that you’re entering the answer. (Note that deleting everything you entered is not a good idea because people will wonder why you’re erasing a perfectly good petition.)

If you’re typing a short answer, you can save time by completing only the shorter petition phrase (“Peter:”, “Peter, please:”, or “Peter, please answer:”).

Also, do not type. twice!

As soon as you type a colon “:” the cursor will automatically jump to the question box, even if you haven’t finished typing out the petition. This will likely ruin the illusion, so don’t accidentally type that colon too soon.

If somebody asks a question that you don’t know the answer to, it is best to just type “I cannot answer the following question.”

When you’re typing in the petition box, it helps to NOT look at the screen, because it can throw you off and make you forget what you’re typing. Instead, look down as you type the answer. Only look up after you’ve typed the period to check how much of the query is finished.

When you’re typing your answer in the petition box try not to make any mistakes, and try not to use the backspace as it could potentially ruin your answer.