This is from the Disney Parks website, under the criteria for winning one of the dreams:
"For residents of Canada, a mathematical skill-testing question must be correctly answered to win any prize."
What does this mean? Canadians, help me out!!!
This is from the Disney Parks website, under the criteria for winning one of the dreams:
"For residents of Canada, a mathematical skill-testing question must be correctly answered to win any prize."
What does this mean? Canadians, help me out!!!
The rules in Canada require the "skill-tested" math question for prize claim. They are usually pretty easy. You can still win but may have to answer a question like this: (15+ 215) -(1204-89) =
What? Americans should have mathematical skill-testing questions too! Otherwise why did I work so hard on math in school?
^ All it means is that Canadian law requires contests to have a "test of skill" to be legal.
So most contests have a math question to meet legal requirements
http://archives.stupidquestion.net/s...eepstakes.html
So you might have to answer something like...
10042 - 9713 x 43 = ?
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We should soooooo impliment this in the US.
Originally Posted by Senator David Wu (D-OR)
Originally Posted by TheHousingBubbleBlog
This is hilarious!
Solving a math problem on the spot is not my idea of a Disney-dream-come-true...
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I am Canadian as well as American and I personally had no idea about this. Oh well. My main citizenship is American.
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Darkbeer is right. With anything that involves winning a prize, you must answer an easy skill testing question because it is considered "gambling" if there isn't one. Our gambling age is 19 and anyone under 19 must do it, as well as over. Even at McDonalds, if you scratch and win a prize, you have to answer a skill testing question. It doesn't have to be right, but you have to do it.
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