1) I am 200% of a penny, 25% of a nickel, 118.4% of a dime, 111.4% of a quarter, and 10% of a half dollar. What am I and how did you arrive at that conclusion?

2) What is the longest word to have ever graced the English language that consists only of vowels?

3) What's with the following group of words?

mount, right, left, roll, mote, lick,

lass, over, rate, aunt, rill, arch,

oral, ever, pine, rice, tip, each,

team, rash, sage, ouch, edge, ray,

earn, any

4)Which of the following numbers is the odd one out and why?

16435934

51966

14600926

14613198

13286381

47838

11649182

48813

5)Two squares each 17cm by 17cm are drawn randomly inside a square measuring 1m by 1m.

The edges of the two smaller squares are both parallel and perpendicular to the edges of the large square.

What is the exact probability the two smaller squares overlap (or touch)?

6)Professor Uchiha, the self-proclaimed "Master of Mathology", has discovered a mathematical correlation with some of the figures of Roman mythology. Make the following equation correct by replacing each letter with a single digit from 1 to 9. Each letter can represent only one numeral, and each numeral can only be represented by one letter. There are no leading 0's! And there are two possible solutions.

SATURN + VENUS + CERES = VULCAN

7)Find meaning in the following:

Hand a hand a hand a hand and hand a hand a hand a hand.

8)If one is two, six is ten, and five is zero, what's seven?

9)What's the following mess mean?

X Go^Go^Go^Go^Go^Go --> Criminal/Evidence/Lower forelegs.

10)A word containing vowels is called vocalic. A trans-vocalic word contains all the vowels: a, e, i, o, u, in order. Be a bit abstemious and without providing any facetious answers, I challenge you to find the shortest trans-vocalic word in the English language.

1) I am 200% of a penny, 25% of a nickel, 118.4% of a dime, 111.4% of a quarter, and 10% of a half dollar. What am I and how did you arrive at that conclusion?

A: a nickel - Armax

2) What is the longest word to have ever graced the English language that consists only of vowels?

A: uoiauai (a Brazilian dialect) - devils mistress, second place: euouae (a medieval musical term) - mac

3) What's with the following group of words?

mount, right, left, roll, mote, lick,

lass, over, rate, aunt, rill, arch,

oral, ever, pine, rice, tip, each,

team, rash, sage, ouch, edge, ray,

earn, any

A: you can make a new word adding to each of them their corresponding of the alphabet for the first letter - Armax

4)Which of the following numbers is the odd one out and why?

16435934

51966

14600926

14613198

13286381

47838

11649182

48813

A: 11649182 (all of the other number make words in hex) - Armax

5)Two squares each 17cm by 17cm are drawn randomly inside a square measuring 1m by 1m.

The edges of the two smaller squares are both parallel and perpendicular to the edges of the large square.

What is the exact probability the two smaller squares overlap (or touch)?

A: .135 - d3k3

6)Professor Uchiha, the self-proclaimed "Master of Mathology", has discovered a mathematical correlation with some of the figures of Roman mythology. Make the following equation correct by replacing each letter with a single digit from 1 to 9. Each letter can represent only one numeral, and each numeral can only be represented by one letter. There are no leading 0's! And there are two possible solutions.

Hand a hand a hand a hand and hand a hand a hand a hand.

Method: string 8 meanings of "hand" together to form a proper sentence

8)If one is two, six is ten, and five is zero, what's seven?

A: torow

9)What's the following mess mean?

X Go^Go^Go^Go^Go^Go --> Criminal/Evidence/Lower forelegs.

A: Don't go jumping to conclusions - Brandonb and Jay75 (close enough guys, you just ignored the X though )

10)A word containing vowels is called vocalic. A trans-vocalic word contains all the vowels: a, e, i, o, u, in order. Be a bit abstemious and without providing any facetious answers, I challenge you to find the shortest trans-vocalic word in the English language.

A: aerious (of the nature of air, airy)- d3k3, second place: caesious (a lavender color) - Armax

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1) I am 200% of a penny, 25% of a nickel, 118.4% of a dime, 111.4% of a quarter, and 10% of a half dollar. What am I and how did you arrive at that conclusion?

2) What is the longest word to have ever graced the English language that consists only of vowels?

3) What's with the following group of words?

mount, right, left, roll, mote, lick,

lass, over, rate, aunt, rill, arch,

oral, ever, pine, rice, tip, each,

team, rash, sage, ouch, edge, ray,

earn, any

4)Which of the following numbers is the odd one out and why?

16435934

51966

14600926

14613198

13286381

47838

11649182

48813

5)Two squares each 17cm by 17cm are drawn randomly inside a square measuring 1m by 1m.

The edges of the two smaller squares are both parallel and perpendicular to the edges of the large square.

What is the exact probability the two smaller squares overlap (or touch)?

6)Professor Uchiha, the self-proclaimed "Master of Mathology", has discovered a mathematical correlation with some of the figures of Roman mythology. Make the following equation correct by replacing each letter with a single digit from 1 to 9. Each letter can represent only one numeral, and each numeral can only be represented by one letter. There are no leading 0's! And there are two possible solutions.

SATURN + VENUS + CERES = VULCAN

7)Find meaning in the following:

Hand a hand a hand a hand and hand a hand a hand a hand.

8)If one is two, six is ten, and five is zero, what's seven?

9)What's the following mess mean?

X Go^Go^Go^Go^Go^Go --> Criminal/Evidence/Lower forelegs.

10)A word containing vowels is called vocalic. A trans-vocalic word contains all the vowels: a, e, i, o, u, in order. Be a bit

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