# Problem Book

## A Mathematical Lesson By WD Fard

1.         The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lived in the wilderness of North America and he lived other than his own self, therefore, his pulse beat seventy-eight times per minute and this killed him in forty-five years of age.  How many times did his pulse beat in forty-five years?

2.         The wife of Mr. W. D. Fard’s uncle, in the wilderness of North America, weighs other than herself, therefore, she has rheumatism, headaches, pain in all joints, and cannot walk up to the store.  She is troubled frequently with high blood pressure and registers more than thirty-two.  Her pulse is nearly eighty times per minute and she died at the age of forty-seven.  How many times did her pulse beat in forty-seven years?

3.         A Sheep contains fourteen square feet.  One-tenth of a square inch contains ten thousand hairs.  How many will the fourteen square feet contain?

4.         One one-hundredth of a cubic inch contains two hundred million Atoms.  How many will fifty square miles contain?

5.         The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lives in the wilderness of North America and he is living other than himself, therefore, he weighs more than his height and his blood pressure registers more than thirty-two.  This killed him at the age of forty-four years. The average person breathes three cubic feet of air per hour, but the uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard breathes three and seven-tenths of a cubic foot per hour.  How many cubic feet of air did Mr. W. D. Fard’s uncle breathe in forty-four years? How many Atoms does he breathe in all of his forty-four years when one onehundredth of a cubic inch contains two hundred million Atoms?

6.         The second uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard, in the wilderness of North America, lived other than himself and, therefore, his blood pressure registered over thirty-two.  He had fever, headaches, chills, grippe, hay fever, regular fever, rheumatism; also pain in all joints.  He was disturbed with foot ailments and toothaches.  His pulse beat more than eighty-eight times per minute, therefore, he goes to the doctor every day and gets medicine for every day in the year-one after each meal and three times a day.  Also, one at bed time.

The average person breathes three cubic feet of air per hour, but the second uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard breathed four and one-half cubic feet of air per hour.  Five hundred pills equal one pound, so that kills him at the age of forty-six.  How many pounds of pills did Mr. W. D Fard’s second uncle use in forty-six years? How many cubic feet of air did he breathe in forty-six years?

If the air value selling price … then the third uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard would have been robbed of the Atmosphere.  How much air did he breathe more than  the average man?

Each cubic foot of air costs \$10.50.

How much does Mr. W. D. Fard’s second uncle rob in forty-six years? Twenty pills cost twenty-five cents.  How much does this amount to in forty-six  years? Once a week, he gives the doctor \$2.50 for renewing the prescription.  And fifty two weeks equal one year.  So Mr. Muhammad wants to know how much money was spent for the pills and how much for the Doctor?

\$15.50 For The Person Who Works This Problem (Qualified Members Only)

7.         If one one-hundredth of a cubic inch contains two hundred million Atoms, the total atmosphere weighs eleven and two-thirds quintillion pounds.  One-third of eleven and two-thirds quintillion pounds equal Atoms.  Mr. Muhammad cracked one Atom into ten million parts.  Then Mr. Sharrieff wants to know how much the one-third of a cracked Atom weighs?

8.         Four quintillion pounds equal the total amount of Atoms.  One one-hundredth of a square inch equals two hundred million Atoms.  Extract the cube root of three-fourths of a cracked Atom.  A cracked Atom equals one-tenth thousand of one.  Mr. D. W. Shah wants to know what will be the weight of the cracked Atom?

\$100.00 (In Gold) For The Person Who Works This Problem (Qualified Muslims)

9.         The population of Detroit is one million five hundred thousand people, and there are two hundred and fifty thousand original nation.  During these hard times for the lack of jobs, not having enough money to buy food, they eat two meals per day.

Suppose the average person eats four. ounces of bread, ten and one-fifth ounces of poison animal, three and one-third ounces of rice, four and one-eighth ounces of other meal helper.  It is known to the Medical Profession and other wise Muslim Sons that poison animal sounds the mental power; one-sixtieth of an ounce per every ten ounces of poison animal.  If the average person contains seven and one-half ounces of brain, then Mr. Muhammad wants to know how long will it take to sound the seven and one-half ounces at the above eating rates? The average person can be robbed successfully with one-third of unsound brain.  Then how long will a Devil have to wait to rob of s the poison animal eater, at the above rates? It is also known to the civilized world that ten ounces of the poison ani destroys three one-hundredths percent of the beauty appearance of a per Then Mr. Muhammad wants to know how long will it take to destroy whole, one hundred percent of the beauty appearance at the above eating rate.

Any Student in the University of Islam will be rewarded by Minister of Islam, so get busy and submit your answer to your Teacher at once!

The reward and prizes are awaiting the best winner.

Prize No. 1…………………………..         \$100.00

Prize No. 2…………………………..             50.00

Prize No. 3…………………………..              25.00

Reward No. 1-A Large KORAN Sharrieff.

Reward No. 2-A Home KORAN Sharrieff.

Reward No. 3-A Pocket KORAN Sharrieff.

10.       Lake Erie is nine thousand,  nine  hundred,  sixty  square  miles  and  the  average depth is one thousand, nine hundred, sixty  feet.  The  uncle  of  Mr.  W.  D.  Fard lives near this Lake in the City of Detroit, therefore, he uses the water from  this Cave Man’s Lake for all household purposes. A certain cavy  told him not to use too much water if you can help it, so he only used forty gallons per day. But the second uncle of Mr.  W.  D.  Fard,  who  has  civilized  the  cavy  when  he used to live on the tree-top and  dug  holes  along  the  hillside  for  nearly  two thousand years-the exact  time  will  be  four  thousand  B.C.  So  this  same  cavy cannot fool the  second  uncle  of  Mr.  W.  D.  Fard.  And  now  he  is  using  two hundred gallons of water per  day.  Then  how  long  will  it  take  the  first  and second uncle to empty the Lake using water  at  the  above  rates?  One  cubic  foot of water weighs sixty-two and one-half pounds. A certain Teacher in the University of Islam  –  Settlement  No.  2  wants  to  know how many ounces  of  water  is  in  Lake  Erie.  Sixteen  ounces  equal  one  pound. How many  cubic  inches  is  in  Lake  Erie?  One  thousand  seven  hundred  twenty-eight cubic inches equal one cubic foot.

11.       The Suez Canal in Egypt is ninety-nine miles long, with a depth of thirty-three feet, and width of one hundred twenty-two feet.  The cost to build it sixty-four years ago was one hundred fifty million dollars.  Mr. A. Ali has five hundred dollars worth of stock in it at the rate of six and three-fifths percent.  Now he wants to know how much money he has coming to him at the above rate from 1869 to May 26,1933.

How many ounces of water is in the Canal? How many cubic inches is in the Canal?

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches equal one cubic foot.

One cubic foot equals sixty-two and one-half pounds of water.

The Nile River, the longest river on the Planet, is four thousand six hundred ninety miles long, and one and three-eighths miles wide.  How many square  miles is in the Nile River? How many square inches is the Nile River?

Each Student must submit answers to their Teacher at once for grading and future reference.  Devil names shall not be given credit.

12.       The Area of our Planet is one hundred ninety-six million, nine hundred forty thousand square miles and she weighs six sextillion tons.  Mr. Shah wants to know how much does the State of Michigan weigh? Going by the Book Of Cave Out Of Darkness saying-that the State of Michigan is fifty-seven thousand, nine hundred eighty square miles and has a population of four million, eight hundred forty-two  thousand, two hundred eighty people.  One cubic foot of common Earth weighs eighty pounds. One common Ca. weighs one hundred seventy pounds.  The average original weighs one hundred fifty pounds and there are five hundred thousand original nations living in the State of Michigan; approximately eight million livestock of all kinds.  The average one weighs six hundred fifty-nine pounds, and the construction of human all other than the level surface of the Earth is approximately one hundred fifty billion tons.  So then, how much does the State of Michigan weigh? How much does the livestock weigh? How much does the common weigh? How much does the original nation weigh? How much do the total weights of all weigh?

Reward will be considered to the best and neatest worker of this problem.

Don’t tell her that there was no one to teach for three hundred and seventy-seven years.  She already knows and is trying to forget it.  Now she will teach you quickly any course you may desire.

13.       After leaming Mathematics, which is Islam, and Islam is Mathematics, it’s true. You can always prove it at no limit of time.  Then you must learn it and secure some benefit while you are living, that is-luxury, money, homes, friendship in all walks of life. Sit yourself in Heaven at once! That is the  Greatest Desire of your Brother Teachers. Now you must speak the Language so you can use your Mathematical Theology in the proper Term-otherwise you will not be successful unless do speak well, for she knows all about you.

The Secretary of Islam offers a reward to the best and neatest of this Problem.

There are twenty-six letters in the Language and if a Student learns o per day, then how long will it take him to learn the twenty-six letters?

There are ten numbers in the Mathematic Language.  Then how long w take a Student to learn the whole ten numbers (at the above rate)?

The average man speaks four hundred words-considered well.

14.       The University of Al-Azhar, in Cairo, has a Student  population  of  thirty-six hundred; all but one-tenth taking other than  his  own  Language,  three-tenths taking Construction Engineering, two-tenths taking  Civil  Engineering,  three-tenths taking Mechanical Engineering, and the rest taking Teachership. One, one hundred and eighty-fifth of one had more than eight absent charges  to their credit. So at the end of their Courses, they do not receive Diplomas.

How many were there in number that did not take other than his own Language?

How many were Construction Engineers? How many were Civil Engineers?

How many were Mechanical Engineers? How many were Teachers?

How many were in number that did not receive Diplomas?

The Law of Islam prescribes that a Student shall not be given a diploma  if  he has eight or more absent charges to his account.

15.       The Planet Earth has a population of forty-eight hundred million people. Forty-four hundred million are the original nation and four hundred million  are  the Ca. civilization. They have been found absolutely disagreeable to live with  in peace, so the Originator decides to remove them from the Planet.

Suppose the Holy War be declared tomorrow.  What  would  be  the  exact  number of persons of each Ca. against the original?

16.       Our Earth travels one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour, and she travels around the Sun in three hundred sixty-five and one-fourth days.  How many miles does it travel in three hundred sixty-five and one-fourth days?

17.         Mars, the inhabited Planet, is one hundred forty-one million, five hundred thousand miles from the Sun, and she travels one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour.  Her diameter is four thousand two hundred miles. Then Mr. Ali wants to know how many days will it take Mars to make one complete circumference around the Sun?

18.        Mercury is also an inhabited Planet and is thirty-six million miles from the Sun. Her diameter is three thousand miles.  She travels at the same rate-one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour. How many miles does Mercury cover in making one complete circle around the Sun? What will be the number of days in the Mercurian year?

19.       Venus is sixty-seven million two hundred thousand miles from the Sun, and she makes one complete circle around the Sun in two hundred twenty-five days, which is considered the Venusian common year.  All Planets travel approximately the same rate-one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour.  How many miles does Venus travel in two hundred twenty-five days? What is her area in square miles since her diameter equals             seven thousand miles?

20.       Jupiter is four hundred eighty-three million miles from the Sun.  She takes eleven years and nine months to make one complete circle around the Sun.  Its diameter is eighty-eight thousand seven hundred miles.

What is the area in square miles and how far is she from the Earth?

Also, tell how many miles Jupiter travels in one common Jupiterian years.

21.       Saturn is eight hundred eight-six million miles from the Sun.  It takes her twenty-nine and one-half years to make one complete circle around the Sun.  Saturn also travels at the same rate–one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour.

How many miles does Saturn travel in twenty-nine and one-half years, which is considered a common year of Saturners? Its diameter is seventy-five thousand one hundred miles.  Therefore, Mr. Muhammad wants to know what is the area in square miles of said, Saturn?

22.       Uranus is one billion seven hundred eighty-two million miles from the Sun, and it takes her eighty-four years to make one complete circle around the Sun.  Her diameter is thirty thousand nine hundred miles.  How far is Uranus from the Earth? How many miles does she travel in eighty-four years at the rate of one thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour? What is her area in square yards?

23.       Neptune is two billion, seven hundred ninety-three million miles from the Sun.  She travels around the Sun in one hundred sixty-five years.  Her diameter is thirty-three thousand miles.  What is her area in square miles? How many miles does she travel in one hundred sixty-five years at the rate of thousand thirty-seven and one-third miles per hour? How far is she from Earth?

24.       Platoon is four billion, six hundred million miles from the Sun, and travels the same rate around the Sun as the rest of the Planets.  It takes her three hundred forty-five years to make one complete circle around the Sun.  I diameter is sixty-seven thousand miles.  Find out the square mileage and number of miles she travels in three hundred forty-five years. All of these are absolute facts and they stand true, figure for figure, by the Study of the Son of Man and not a Spook-(“W.  D. FARD”).

25.       The  Public  Library  of  Cairo  contains  three  million,  seven  hundred  thousand  books,  of  which  sixty  thousand  treat  exclusively  of  Mathematics,   Astronomy,  Language and other Sciences of Life. Mr. Moses brought one  book  of  each  kind  to  civilize  the  Devil  four  thousand            B.C. Now Mr. Sharrieff  wants  to  know  from  every  one  of  you  Students-to  tell us   how   much   knowledge   does   the   Devil   possess,   comparing   him  with knowledge of the original  man  when  he  only  had  one  book,  while  the  original had  fifty-nine  thousand,  nine  hundred  ninety-nine.  What  would  be  the  weight of knowledge in ratio proportion form of original against the Devil?

What is the Physical Standard of a Devil against the original?

How many ounces of brain does an original have?

What is the exact percentage of Tricknollegy  does  the  Devil  use  at  the  present civilization?

How long  has  the  Devil  been  on  the  Planet  using  Tricknollegy?  Tell  us  how and who manufactured the Devil?

All  Students  must  hurry  and   submit   your   answer   to   your   Teacher,   and  the   reward   is   awaiting   for   the   best   and   neatest   worker   of    this   problem.

BestWinner…………………………………..        \$15.00

Second Best Winner………………………      10.00

Third Best Winner………………………….       5.00

26.       The total Atoms equal  10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.  How many Atoms are there in North America?

27.       The  Universe  Diameter  equals  seventy-six  quintillion  miles.  What  is  the  Area in Square Miles? And in Square Yards? Give your answer in Figures only.

\$100.00 Will Be Paid To The One Who Solves This Problem Correctly

28.  The Nile River is the longest on the Planet.

Suppose you calculate right to the one, one-hundred of an inch and let your Teacher have the answer before the first of the month so you can be put on the list of Honor right along side of your own Title, which is unlimited in the eyes of any cavy.

Tell us how many States of the United States of North America could be sat right inside in the area of the Nile River?

The rest can be put in the Congo River, whose area equals two million, three hundred sixty-nine and one-half miles.  How much would you have left after putting all the States in?

Germany equals fifty-five thousand square miles.  England equals forty-five thousand square miles and the rest of the Caves, Hillsides and Mountains equal twenty-one thousand square miles.  Would you have enough left over River’s Area to place in all of said, none other than the above mentioned?

\$10.00 Will Be Paid To The Best And Neatest Worker Of This Problem

29.       The Light travels one hundred eighty-six thousand miles per Second. How long will it take it from the Sun to strike the Earth?

How long will it take to strike Planet Neptune?

30.       The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lives in the wilderness of North America-surrounded and robbed completely by the Cave man.  Therefore, he has no knowledge of his own nor anyone else’s, but his mind travels twenty-four billion miles per second, which is considered the average speed of thought per second.  How many round trips will he make in ten seconds to the far Planet Platoon?

31.       A Lion in a cage walks back and forth, sixty feet per minute, seeking a way out of the cage.  It took nearly four centuries to find the door.  Now, with modern equipment, he is walking three thousand feet per minute and he has three thousand miles by two thousand miles to go yet.  How long will it take him to cover this territory of said, three thousand by two thousand miles, at the above walking rate?

Five thousand two hundred eighty feet equals one mile.

He also has seventeen million keys, which he turns at the rate of sixteen and seventeen one-hundredths per minute.  How long will it take him to turn the whole seventeen million?

Sixty minutes equal one hour.  Twenty-four hours equal one day.  Three hundred sixty-five days equal one year.

The above figures do not include rusty locks.  It has been said by the Laborers of Islam, for allowing extra, time to oil the rusty locks is insufficient.

\$10.00 Reward will be paid to the neatest and best worker of this problem.

Hurry and submit your answer to your Teacher, and tell her how much you do not understand so she can teach you quickly.

We, the Nation of Islam, lose no time.

What are you doing, today, for yourself? Your Brother from the East wants to know and hear from you at once!

32.       Twelve Leaders of Islam from all over the Planet have conferred in the Root of Civilization concerning the Lost-Found Nation of Islam-must return to their original Land. One of the Conference Members by the name of Mr. Osman Sharrieff said to the Eleven Members of the Conference:

“The Lost-Found Nation of Islam will not return to their original Land unless they, first, have a thorough Knowledge of their own.”

So they sent a Messenger to them of their own.

Now, the Messenger and his Laborers worked day and night for the last three and one-half years, and their accomplishments are approximately twenty-five thousand.  The Messenger and his Laborers are worried, for the time of Laboring is mentioned and limited in said, Problem No. 31.

One of the Prophets in the early days said:

“The Lost-Found Nation of Islam, numbering one hundred forty-four thousand, will be Stars, and will return to their original Land.  And the Balance,” he said, “are poison and rusty, and will not take the Knowledge on their own.”

But the Messenger and his Laborers do not agree with the old Prophet in this modern time.  He thinks that he will remove all poison and rust from every one of the seventeen million.

At the same time, he desires for every one of you, Students, to help solve this Problem since you have learned the time, accomplishment and old  Prophet’s Number-(one hundred forty-four thousand).

What would be the daily average of accomplishment judging from weekly Converts?

What do we mean when we say, poison and rusty?

What is the percentage of poison and rusty?

Describe whom and with what Profession are the most poisonous and rustiest.

What means and methods shall be used to remove poison and rust from, of said, the worst one?

B.        No. 1 – The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lives in the wilderness of North America.  He is working sixteen hours out of twenty-four hours for a very               little pay.  He has eight in his family to support besides other little bills to meet each month.  On top of that, a Cave man came along and sold him an          old touring Car, which travels downhill at the rate of forty-eight miles per hour. If it is to be shown by Actual Test that a force of two hundred fifty pounds    is required to maintain this rate of downhill speed, what horse-power must the Engine deliver at the Wheels?

Thirty-three thousand pounds equal one Horse-Power.

33.       Lake Michigan is three hundred nine and one-third miles long, sixty-nine and one-half miles wide, and she has a depth of eight hundred sixty-eight and one-fourth feet.

What would be the square mileage of this Cave Man’s Lake? Reduce to square Yards and inches?

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches equal one cubic foot.

One gallon of water contains two hundred thirty-one cubic inches.

One cubic foot of water contains seven and one-half gallons.

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches of water weigh sixtytwo and one-half pounds.

Mr. E. Muhammad wants to know if thirteen Ducks-six drink one ounce per day and seven drink three-fourth ounces per day, how long will it take them to dry the Cave Man’s Lake?

What would be the total weight of water in this Cave Man’s Lake?

Extract the cube root of the total amount of water after having all dry by the thirteen Ducks.

At once, send your answer to the Secretary of Islam – No. 1, Michigan, Educational Department, and receive a reward of \$10.00.

34.       The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lives in the wilderness of North America and works sixteen hours out of twenty-four every day for a very little pay.  He has a large family to support and, on top of that, a Satan came along and sold him Life insurance, and gave him a written Guarantee that he will receive a full benefit at once on after approval of his death.

Another Satan came along and sold him five hundred B. Shares at six percent, in the Panama Canal, at \$1.75 per Share.

The Panama Canal was completed in 1914 at a cost of \$375,000,000.  Mostly the bigger part of the sum belongs to the Share-Holders, whom we call the 85%.

The Panama Canal is fifty and one-half miles long; three hundred feet wide; and has a depth of forty-five feet.

What would be the amount of water in weight and gallons belonging to the uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard since there were nine thousand, nine hundred fiftyseven Share-Holders-not including the 15%?

It has been learned that the 85% could only receive correctly weight and measure in figures by any Mathematician.

What price was paid per gallon today, including and compounding interest annually for of said, twenty years, at six percent?

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches equal one cubic foot.

Sixteen ounces equal one pound.

One gallon contains two hundred thirty-one cubic inches.

One cubic foot contains seven and one-half gallons.

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches weigh sixty-two and one-half pounds.

\$10.00 Reward will be paid to any Student in the University of Islam for solving this Problem correctly.