I came across this today, and I had to laugh.
I was using google to find info on a well known web host (the name of which is pretty obvious in the context of the search)
So I google "1 and 1" (without quotes). The result is quite amusing.

2. wow .... google can count too!

3. That's sort of handy. You can use '-', '+', '/' and '*' to do the 4 different basic math functions. You can even mix and combine them.

4. You can actually do quite a bit more than that with Google's built in calculator.

For instance:

"135 degrees f in c" -> "135 degrees Fahrenheit = 57.2222222 degrees Celsius"
"teaspoons in a gallon" -> "1 US gallon = 768 US teaspoons"
"c in km/s" -> "the speed of light = 299 792.458 kilometers / second"
"sqrt(3^2+4^2)" -> "sqrt((3^2) + (4^2)) = 5"
"cos(pi/4)^2" -> "cos(pi / 4) = 0.5"
"10821 * 11409" -> "10 821 * 11 409 = 123 456 789"

5. Actually, 1 and 1 is a well known webhost, I've seen them advertise in several magazines. I hope this what the user was searching for!!!

6. 1 and 1 can eventually equal 3, depending on what they're doing.

7. Originally Posted by MichaelColey
You can actually do quite a bit more than that with Google's built in calculator.

For instance:

"135 degrees f in c" -> "135 degrees Fahrenheit = 57.2222222 degrees Celsius"
"teaspoons in a gallon" -> "1 US gallon = 768 US teaspoons"
"c in km/s" -> "the speed of light = 299 792.458 kilometers / second"
"sqrt(3^2+4^2)" -> "sqrt((3^2) + (4^2)) = 5"
"cos(pi/4)^2" -> "cos(pi / 4) = 0.5"
"10821 * 11409" -> "10 821 * 11 409 = 123 456 789"

Yes, I use this feature all the time. It's great that G has thought of those quick conversions and calc.

8. Before trying to insult the intellgence of Google users, you should try this search
1 & 1 on Google which is the actual name of the of the company in that example.

9. Also interesting is "one and one" => "one plus one = two"

It knows how to spell some pretty big numbers.

For instance: "fifteen factorial" => "fifteen factorial = one trillion three hundred seven billion six hundred seventy-four million three hundred sixty-eight thousand"

10. Thanks RWorld, with this great power at my command I'm feeling smarter already.

11. Before trying to insult the intellgence of Google users, you should try this search
1 & 1 on Google which is the actual name of the of the company in that example.
Geez - lighten up! It was only meant as a bit of fun. I am well aware of the correct spelling of the company, but if someone told you to search for "1 & 1" without it being written down, what percentage would use the word "and"

12. RWorld: Geez - lighten up! It was only meant as a bit of fun. I am well aware of the correct spelling of the company, but if someone told you to search for "1 & 1" without it being written down, what percentage would use the word "and"
Hey all is good here. I just think that this is a major power tool for FREE!

I say thumbs up for G, even thought they will soon be looked down upon because of the power they have.....just don;t put your life on the "up and comming FREE G sponsered Hard drives" Use some common sense, but feel free to use their tools!

13. Gotta love google. Their products have so many levels of usefullness that you can just keep trying new stuff and finding more and more great features (take google earth for example).