Is it me, or is this MIT entrance exam from 1869 (allegedly) rather easy by today's standards? Several of these I can do in my head (like, 1/5 + 3/4 in decimals). Although, I suppose, it depends what axioms you are allowed to start with for some of the geometry ones.
More rallying cries for the oppressed of the tech: "Breadboards YES! Waterboards NO!".
Or something like that.