Recently, the character Gojo Satoru from “Jujutsu Kaisen” has been a hot topic, garnering attention and sparking discussions everywhere.
Spoiler Alert: If you only watch the anime and wish to avoid spoilers, please proceed with caution.
In Chile, fans even created a memorial to honor the character, celebrating him as the greatest sorcerer ever. Now, astonishingly, Gojo has made an appearance in school test papers!
Brazillian Teacher Surprising Students in Test
In Brazil, a country known for its vibrant culture and love for entertainment, a school recently expressed its affection for “Jujutsu Kaisen” in a unique way.
A test question featuring the famous Gojo Satoru has caught the attention and imagination of fans worldwide.
One fan was gracious enough to let the non-brazillian fans know the translation of the question asked regarding Gojo in the question paper:
For those who want to do the question:
Satoru Gojo, a character from an anime called Jujutsu Kaisen, uses and ability called “Purple Hollow”, with mass = 20 kg and it moves with a speed of 100 km/h. Determine the Kinetic energy of his ability.KDU on Twitter
The exciting thing about this question is that the teacher wasn’t messing around when he asked this question. This question makes sense if you know Gojo’s Purple Hollow technique, which he has displayed two times in the anime.
Understanding “Purple Hollow” and the Test Question
“Purple Hollow” is a special technique unique to Gojo Satoru in the anime. It’s a combination of two powerful abilities: Cursed Energy Amplification: Blue and Cursed Energy Reversal: Red.
When combined, they create a dense energy mass known as “Hollow Purple.”
Solving the teacher’s question, the kinetic energy of “Purple Hollow” is approximately 7716 Joules.
This amount of energy is comparable to that generated by lethal weapons, sufficient to eliminate a person, as demonstrated by Gojo in the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen (as he eliminated Toji Fushiguro).
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Reaction From Fans
Fans have enthusiastically embraced the international recognition of their beloved character. Some reactions from social media include:
- “Gojo lives on through science.”
- “As a Brazilian, this sounds very plausible.”
- “I would try harder in physics if my teacher used this approach.”
- “This type of question is common in Brazil. Our teachers love it.”
These reactions underscore the global impact of Gojo’s character and the creative ways in which educators engage with students.
Something similar happened a while ago when a country gave anime references in their school textbooks.