School is undoubtedly important, and exams, loathe as I am to admit it, are equally so. That being said, when you’ve got as much stuff going in your life as Joker does in Persona 5 Royal, exams tend to fall down a few priorities. If you can’t be bothered to pay attention in class, then here are the classroom questions and answers in Persona 5 Royal. Hey, you’re a thief, cheating is thematically appropriate.
Classroom Questions and Answers in Persona 5: Royal
Here’s a complete list of all Classroom Questions and Answers in Personal 5 Royal. You may want to press CTRL+F on your keyboard to locate a question more easily.
- Question: Tell me what the Devil’s Dictionary defines as the Hider factor in the progress of the human race.
- Answer: Villains
- Question: Between A and B, which line seems longer?
- Answer: They’re the same
- Question: Between music, theater, and chariot racing, which sport did Nero win when he participated in the Olympics?
- Answer: All of them
- Question: Do you know the name of the theorem named after this number?
- Answer: Four color theorem
- Question 1: First off, the “Wunder” part probably means?
- Question 2: Next, the Kind part. That’s probably…
- Question 3: Yeah, that’s gotta be it. Kind means a child, or at least a young guy, in your case.
- Answers: Wonder, Child, A Prodigy
- Question: So, what’s the literal translation of the phrase “femme fatale?”
- Answer: Fatal woman
- Question: You know the time period Yoshitsune was active in, don’t you?
- Answer: The Heian period
- Question: What historical figure inspired “favoring the magistrate?”
- Answer: Minamoto no Yoshitsune
- Question: Yoshitsune had a brother, right. Oh, I think his name was…
- Answer: Minamoto no Yoritomo
- Question: But they ended up coming into conflict. And in the end, when they had to oppose each other…
- Answer: Yoritomo won
- Question: That’s probably because people tend to sympathize less with people in power, and more with…
- Answer: The weak
- Question: Which brain function is responsible for the phenomenon of seeing an illusion in this figure?
- Answer: Cognition
- Question: Which of the following maps can you paint without any adjacent areas being the same color?
- Answer: Both
- Question 5: Name the book that defined the “male factor” as the chief factor in the progress of the human race.
- Answer: The Devil’s Dictionary
- Question 6: What character archetype refers to a mysterious and seductive woman, typically with ulterior motives?
- Answer 6: Femme Fatale
- Question: What do we call the phenomenon where believing in a treatment’s power is enough to improve your condition?
- Answer: The placebo effect
- Question: Which famous artist of the Edo period is said to have moved residence over 100 times?
- Answer: Katsushika Hokusai
- Question: The golden ratio is 1:1.618, but do you know the silver ratio?
- Answer: 1:1.414
- Question: If we think about what these words have in common, then maybe “syn” means…
- Question: And “aesthesis,” huh? That’s a little like the word aesthetics. I wonder if it means…
- Question: So the full word means…
- Answer: Together, Senses, Senses coming together
- Question: Do you know which author LeBlanc borrowed from?
- Answer: Arthur Conan Doyle
- Question: Do you know which peg-legged, parrot-toting historical figure’s appearance became visual shorthand for pirates?
- Answer: John Silver
- Question: What do you think the name of the phenomenon is?
- Answer: The halo effect
- Question: The red king crab is biologically related to the hermit crab. How is it different from a crab?
- Answer: The number of legs
- Question: Where does totalitarianism take things a step further than authoritarianism?
- Answer: Controlling public thought
- Question: When washing your hair with copper, what color do you think it turns?
- Answer: Green
- Question: Between paper bills and coins, which one is issued by the government?
- Answer: Coins
- Question: One of these has minor metals in it, right?
- Answer: Smartphones
- Question: Now, do you know what this woman’s position was?
- Answer: A Pope
- Question: Which of these animals is involved in an English idiom about the weather?
- Answer: Dogs
- Question: What do you think it says on the back of this piece?
- Answer: Gold
- Question: What’s the meaning of the original Chinese phrase that these dumplings came from?
- Answer: Barbarian’s Head
- Question: Two people are responsible for July and August having 31 days. Who are they?
- Answer: Julius and Augustus
- Question: Do you know what shape it is?
- Answer: A triangle
- Question 1: What is long-term memory, anyway?
- Question 2: Markus mentioned something about the number of memories you could store, right? Something like…
- Question 3: If you have theoretically infinite space for them, you’d be able to retain them…
- Answer: Long-term memories, Infinite, Forever
- Question: Do you know what he did?
- Answer: Thievery
- Question 1: If angle C is 28 degrees, angles A and A are 88 degrees, what is angle B and E?
- Answer 1: 64
- They were invented by the campus’ guy from Romance of the Three Kingdoms, right?
- And they were offering something to quell the river…
- This master strategist came up with the baozi to…
- Answers: Zhuge Liang, Barbarians’ heads, To offer them instead of heads
- Question 3: What is the name and genus of this organism?
- Answer: Red king crab, Paralithodes
- Question 4: What happened when the government issued paper and hard currencies in Japan for the first time?
- Answer: It caused confusion in the economy
- Question 5: What is the English equivalent of the Norwegian idiom “raining witches?”
- Answer: Raining cats and dogs
- Question 6: Which of the following is another name for spikenard noodles traditionally eaten in Tanabata?
- Answer: Demon guts
- Question: Each hand in this famous statue means something, but… do you know what the right hand represents?
- Answer: Prosperity
- Question: Do you know the name of the phenomenon where the second hand looks like it’s stopped moving?
- Answer: Chronostasis
- Question: What does a pawn shop offer that a secondhand shop does not?
- Answer: Money loans for collateral
- Question: What’s one of the supposed origins for the phrase, “cat got your tongue?”
- Answer: Cats eating human tongues
- Question: Robot comes from a word in Czech, but where in Europe is the Czech Republic located?
- Answer: Central Europe
- Question: How many white and black shapes are there on a soccer ball?
- Answer: 20 white, 12 black
- Question: So PVS, referring to when you mistakenly think your phone is going off… what does it mean?
- Answer: Phantom, Vibration, Syndrome
- Question: The fishermen of Nagaragawa are actually civil servants, as well. So, tell me which sector they belong to.
- Answer: Imperial Household Agency
- Question: If we use “three watermelons in the sun” to visualize a certain matter’s size against the universe’s, what are the melons?
- Answer: Stars
- Question: Do you know who invented this instrument?
- Answer: Joseph-Ignace Guillotin
- Question: Which name was most commonly ascribed to shape B?
- Answer: Bouba
- Question: Counting both black and white surfaces, how many are there in total on a soccer ball?
- Answer: 32 surfaces
- Question: Didn’t the teacher say the number of colors used to be different?
- Answer: It used to be one color.
- Question: Oh yeah, I think she said that unlike now, soccer games were broadcast with…
- Answer: Black and white picture
- Question: Who conducted executions using this device?
- Answer: Charles-Henri Sanson
- Question: What’s the reason most people cannot become a commercial fisherman of Nagarasawa?
- Answer: It’s a hereditary profession
- Question: What is the meaning of “robota,” the root of the word “robot?”
- Answer: Slave labor
- Question: Which of the following describes the density of stars in outer space?
- Answer: 3 bees in all of Europe
- Question: Now, tell me that total count for each column in this magic square.
- Answer: 15
- Question: From a psychological standpoint, what’s a key reason our memories can differ from reality?
- Answer: Memory bias
- Question: Can you tell me the meaning of the word “whack” in Thieves’ Cant?
- Answer: A share of stolen goods
- Question: Clubs is a club, diamond is a gem, so what does a spade represent?
- Answer: A sword
- Question: How old you have to be to listen in on a trial?
- Answer: Any age
- Question: Do you know why it’s missing in the character for crow?
- Answer: Crow’s eyes are hard to see
- Question: Do you know why voices sound so different over the phone?
- Answer: Because the voice is synthetic
- Question: Tell me why that is?
- Answer: Because of high altitude
- Question: Nezumi Kozo was to be parades through the city and punished in a very particular way. What was his punishment?
- Answer: His head was put on display
- Question: Do you know the name for this graph? Hint: snails…
- Answer: Cochleoid
- Question: Choose the graph which is named after the Chinese yoyo as a diabolo.
- Answer: D
- Question: He was a really famous thief in the Edo period. How much money did he steal?
- Answer: Over one billion yen.
- Question: As a result, he was sentenced to…
- Answer: Having his head displayed
- Question: Criminals were mostly paraded around for…
- Answer: A performance
- Question: What suit of cards represents the Holy Grail?
- Answer: Hearts
- Question: According to Japanese law, what is possible for an infant to do in court?
- Answer: Attend
- Question: What country refers to a person who controls politics behind the scenes as a ‘prime minister in black?’
- Answer: Japan
- Question: The Japanese word ‘dokyuu’ translates to massive. What English word inspired the initial ‘do’ in ‘dokyuu?’
- Answer: Dreadnought
- Question: What’s the phrase supposed to illustrate about the Gods of Shinto?
- Question: How many gods are there in Shinto?
- Answer: How numerous they are, The Eight Million Gods
- Question: Where do you think the fictional land of Ihatov is modeled after?
- Answer: Iwate
- Question: What did the word awful originally mean?
- Answer: Impressive
- Question: Do you know what she’s stepping on?
- Answer: A snake
- Question: What does ‘sweet’ mean when describing a person?
- Answer: Kind-hearted
- Question: What kind of connotation would ‘salty’ have in that context?
- Answer: Negative
- Question: So with all that in mind, ‘salty’ probably means…
- Answer: Resentful
- Question: How far did this study suggest personal happiness can spread?
- Answer: To friends of friends of friends