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MikeD

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    Going to a Party

    i'm going to a party and i'm bringing cake.
  2. The question did ask how long will it take. But since the question did not say anything about seconds, I will accept Peekay answer as correct. Well done. This was my first question I posted, hope it was okay.
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    One Up Me

    This analogy is...
  4. Host: Molly O'Mae 1. Miss Kitten 2. EDM 3. WitchOfDoubt 4. Flamebirde 5. mew 6. Cave 7. smoth333 8. TheChad 9. MikeD A. B. plasmid C. D. Backups: 1. Shad 2. curr3nt 3.
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    Newbie Mafia

    Hosts: Thalia and flamebirde with MiKi supervising Players: 1. mewminator GMT+2 2. Cavenglok EST 3. MikeD GMT +2 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Spoiler for Backups and Mentors Backups:<br>1. Hidden G GMT +2<br>2. tolecnal EST?<br>3.<br><br>Mentors:<br>1. Slick MST<br>2. Aaryan EST<br>3. MiKi CST<br>4.<br>5.<br>6.
  6. I havent played any Mafia games before. Can I join?
  7. MikeD

    Newbie Mafia

    Hope I done this right, I never played Mafia before. Hosts: Thalia and flamebirde with MiKi supervising Players: 1. mewminator GMT+2 2. Cavenglok EST 3. MikeD 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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    One Up Me

    When in the course of human events did we go wrong?
  9. Sorry. I was very tired when I wrote the question. It should have been that at 12:30 the shade covers half the area that the shade covers at 12:00, i.e. a 1/4 of the whole pool. The pool also has the same depth throughout. And there is no evaporation.
  10. There is a pool of water that, when in full sunlight, increases in temperature by one degree Celsius in ten minutes. At 12:00pm the pool is half covered by the shade of a tree. And by 13:00pm the pool is in full sun. (So that between 12 and 1 pm the pool is partially cover by some shade.) It can be assumed that the shade covers half the pool at 12:30 and so on. If the pool of water is 28 degree Celsius at 11:50am, how long will it take to increase it 32 degrees Celsius?
  11. There is a pool of water that, when in full sunlight, increases in temperature by one degree Celsius in ten minutes. At 12:00pm the pool is half covered by the shade of a tree. And by 13:00pm the pool is in full sun. (So that between 12 and 1 pm the pool is partially cover by some shade.) It can be assumed that the shade covers half the pool at 12:30 and so on. If the pool of water is 28 degree Celsius at 11:50am, how long will it take to increase it 32 degrees Celsius?
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