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46 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:48 am

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Here's one. What's between Heaven and Earth?

47 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:52 am

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wprager wrote:
Amnesia021 wrote:
stinking spoiler... I always look at those things...even when i don't want to...

Don't worry, here's another. This time don't clicky on the spiler thingy whenever it appears:

An electrician has a problem in a new house. There is a bundle of 15 wires running from the basement to the third floor (yeah, a high-rise). Of course the wires are not labeled in any way and he needs to find out which end in the basement belongs to which end on the top floor. He's got no assistant and just very simply tools:
- a continuity tester
- masking tape and pencil (to label the wire-ends)
- a notepad to write everything down

His task is easily defined: twist pairs of wires together in the basement and use the continuity tester upstairs to figure out which ends belong together.

What's the minimum number of trips up or down the stairs he needs to do to complete this task?

Minimum number of trips up or down the stairs is 2.

48 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:14 am

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Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Here's one. What's between Heaven and Earth?

and?

Is that too cheeky?

49 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:15 am

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SensGirl11 wrote:
wprager wrote:
Amnesia021 wrote:
stinking spoiler... I always look at those things...even when i don't want to...

Don't worry, here's another. This time don't clicky on the spiler thingy whenever it appears:

An electrician has a problem in a new house. There is a bundle of 15 wires running from the basement to the third floor (yeah, a high-rise). Of course the wires are not labeled in any way and he needs to find out which end in the basement belongs to which end on the top floor. He's got no assistant and just very simply tools:
- a continuity tester
- masking tape and pencil (to label the wire-ends)
- a notepad to write everything down

His task is easily defined: twist pairs of wires together in the basement and use the continuity tester upstairs to figure out which ends belong together.

What's the minimum number of trips up or down the stairs he needs to do to complete this task?

Minimum number of trips up or down the stairs is 2.

Nicely done.

50 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:18 pm

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PKC wrote:
Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Here's one. What's between Heaven and Earth?

and?

Is that too cheeky?

You got it. That is the answer.


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51 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:28 pm

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Cap'n' Clutch wrote:
PKC wrote:
Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Here's one. What's between Heaven and Earth?

and?

Is that too cheeky?

You got it. That is the answer.

HAH! Sometimes the answer is the most obvious one. I've learned that several, several times...

52 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:50 pm

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PKC wrote:
Cap'n' Clutch wrote:
PKC wrote:
Cap'n' Clutch wrote:Here's one. What's between Heaven and Earth?

and?

Is that too cheeky?

You got it. That is the answer.

HAH! Sometimes the answer is the most obvious one. I've learned that several, several times...

You're too good PFK. I thought for sure that would have people stumped for a good while.


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53 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 1:03 pm

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I try.

54 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:10 pm

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[quote="SensGirl11"
Minimum number of trips up or down the stairs is 2.[/quote]

Please explain.

55 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:15 pm

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tukker wrote:
7.5? :D

maybe 9?

Once again, the answer is obvious, the solution, not so much.

56 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:54 pm

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wprager wrote:
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7.5? :D

maybe 9?

Once again, the answer is obvious, the solution, not so much.
your's is too hard Crying



2 mothers and 2 daughters went shopping for new dresses they all bought new dresses but they only bought 3 how is this posible

57 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:25 pm

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tukker wrote:
your's is too hard Crying

2 mothers and 2 daughters went shopping for new dresses they all bought new dresses but they only bought 3 how is this posible

Isn't it actually two mothers and *three* daughters? A girl, her mom and her grandma (the grandma is someone's daughter).

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . . .

58 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:47 pm

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wprager wrote:
tukker wrote:
your's is too hard Crying

2 mothers and 2 daughters went shopping for new dresses they all bought new dresses but they only bought 3 how is this posible

Isn't it actually two mothers and *three* daughters? A girl, her mom and her grandma (the grandma is someone's daughter).

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . . .
E N T E T F F S...

59 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:15 am

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wprager wrote:
tukker wrote:
your's is too hard Crying

2 mothers and 2 daughters went shopping for new dresses they all bought new dresses but they only bought 3 how is this posible

Isn't it actually two mothers and *three* daughters? A girl, her mom and her grandma (the grandma is someone's daughter).

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . . .

O?

60 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:17 am

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Amnesia021 wrote:
wprager wrote:
tukker wrote:
your's is too hard Crying

2 mothers and 2 daughters went shopping for new dresses they all bought new dresses but they only bought 3 how is this posible

Isn't it actually two mothers and *three* daughters? A girl, her mom and her grandma (the grandma is someone's daughter).

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . . .

O?

its the numbers-

o=1
t=2
t=3
etc

61 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:19 am

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tukker wrote:

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . .




O?

its the numbers-

o=1
t=2
t=3
etc.

I was trying to go to simple again Smile

62 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:40 am

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Amnesia021 wrote:
tukker wrote:

OK, here's an easier one:

Continue this letter sequence:

O T T F F S S . .




O?

its the numbers-

o=1
t=2
t=3
etc.

I was trying to go to simple again Smile
doesn't always work :afro:

63 Re: O.k. Riddle time on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:52 am

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tukker wrote:[
E N T E T F F S...

Puking2

Firteen? :drunken:

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