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Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 18 April 2013 - 04:42 AM
Spoiler forwhich is larger..the biggest square that fits in a cube or the biggest circle that fits in a cube?Spoiler for
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 16 April 2013 - 06:51 AM
A detector with largest flat surface is to be installed
inside a lab cubicle that has 1 sq.m opening and 1m
deep underground to maximize capture of particles.
Is the shape of detector a square or a circle?
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 07 February 2013 - 06:27 AM
Spoiler for Revised
His neighbor may be highly cagey,
But he's so calm it'll drive you crazy,
You'll sound like a fool,
But he's super cool,
Cuz his symbol is CClF3.
Still doesn't really fit the third line, but it's super cool.
Edit1: Inhaling Freon will make you 'tarded.
Edit: Actually...probably He. I'm gonna rewrite shortly.
Yep, that last one is the one...and it's super freaking climbing up the walls cool...literally ;P.
Down to the last limerick...since I've been in a generous mood...
Spoiler for Final hint...'Without anything' in the most literal sense...without water...air....atmosphere...
*mutters something about wave-particle duality in the background*
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 04 February 2013 - 05:49 AM
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 31 January 2013 - 04:25 PM
Araver, I guess that means we don't have it right. So I've got a question for youSpoiler for can we decompose...a set of samples into two sets of different sizes, each of which is balanced? I don't think that's what you were saying, and I don't feel confident about the physics. But If we superimposed and rotated a 2-sample (12,6) with a 3-sample(1,5,9) to create (12 1 5 6 9), we would naturally get 5 and (via complementation) 7.
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 30 December 2012 - 08:49 AM
the find may be easy as hinted.. just "combination"..so, letters need not ordered.
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 20 December 2012 - 03:40 AM
What is the product for unanswered = ?
If letters are factors of equations
zero = 0
one = 1
two = 2
three = 3
four = 4
five = 5
six = 6
seven = 7
eight = 8
nine = 9
ten = 10
twelve = 12
fifteen = 15
twenty = 20
thirty = 30
forty = 40
sixty = 60
hundred = 100
thousand = 1000
million = 1000000
billion = 1000000000
note: i got the idea for this puzzle post from X-MAS TREE thread that was unanswered by dtdt..thanks
Posted by TimeSpaceLightForce on 17 December 2012 - 07:39 AM
8 < 8 11
none or one
4 = 4
4 < 4'
8 = 8 11
distribute by color
8' 4' = 1 11'' 3
8' 4 < 1' 11'' 3
8' 4 < 1 11'' 3'
8 4 < 1 11'''' 3
8'' 4'' > 1 11 3
Pls. note the previous post..TY
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