# coolfflame

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Actually that is not accurate. 12:00 P.M is the start of the afternoon. The end of morning is 11:59.99 A.M. What the question really should say is what does G have in common with 12 Noon. Noon is not P.M or A.M. A.M means Ante Meridian which in English is before midday and P.M is Post Meridian meaning after midday. So I retract the beginning of the statement thats its not accurate. But to what the question is referring to G and 12:00 P.M have nothing in common cause 12:00 P.M doesn't exist.
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1113. 1+1+1+1+3 is 7 3 squared is 6. 1 squared is 1 so 4+6 is 10
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Well since all the horses are dead... NONE!!!!
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But the word benches is at the end of rectangular Kitchen. Hence why I came up with that solution. Like I said it was probably wrong but thought it was clever
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I just thought about that and realized I'm bassackwards. A rectangle can't be a square but a square can't be a rectangle.
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Det you have a square not a rectangle so it would have to be a 5x6
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8. coolfflame added a post in a topic Toaster

My question is does each slice of bread have to be toasted on both sides since the problem did not state it...
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The problem with this question is we don't know how many events there were. So figuring out this answer isn't easy. There are probably quite a few answers.
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566400
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The problem with this solution is the start point of you 4 inch square isn't centered to the 3 inch square.
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12. coolfflame added a post in a topic Hole in a sphere

You guys are idiots. There is no answer. You don't know the information of the sphere to figure this out. The Circumference could be 100 inches or 50 inches you don't know.
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