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1. I'm not a medic either
2. (Original post by esx77)
New riddle...make 2,10,10 into 950
what rules must we follow? i.e. how many times can we use each number?
i would just simple do 10+10....=950.
so give us some rules to make it challenging
3. (Original post by Zuber)
what rules must we follow? i.e. how many times can we use each number?
i would just simple do 10+10....=950.
so give us some rules to make it challenging

the answer is silly, but to make 2,10,10 into 950 is very simple:

10 2 10 ! Get it!
4. the answer is silly, but to make 2,10,10 into 950 is very simple:

10 2 10 ! Get it!
Sneaky =P
5. (Original post by esx77)
the answer is silly, but to make 2,10,10 into 950 is very simple:

10 2 10 ! Get it!
That sucks
6. it will be -136.5 degrees c

EDIT: just realised I'm a little behind the times
7. Anyone got any more riddles? I missed these ones in this thread, but normaly like to have a go at them
8. (Original post by Roger Kirk)
Anyone got any more riddles? I missed these ones in this thread, but normaly like to have a go at them
I'll find some
9. (Original post by Hayley_2k4)
I'll find some
Thank you
10. Think of words ending in -GRY. Angry and hungry are two of them. There are only three words in the English language. What is the third word? The word is something that everyone uses every day. If you have listened carefully, I have already told you what it is.
11. (Original post by saintuntilidie)
Think of words ending in -GRY. Angry and hungry are two of them. There are only three words in the English language. What is the third word? The word is something that everyone uses every day. If you have listened carefully, I have already told you what it is.
Language
12. (Original post by Roger Kirk)
Language
Fair enough........ I'll get my coat....
13. GryLOL
14. (Original post by Roger Kirk)
Language
I don't get it
15. (Original post by jamlan)
I don't get it
"are only three words in the English language. What is the third word?"

THE (1)

ENGLISH (2)

LANGUAGE (3)

16. (Original post by SilverWings)
"are only three words in the English language. What is the third word?"

THE (1)

ENGLISH (2)

LANGUAGE (3)

Oh dear. Very poor. And i'm not just saying that cos of my thick moment
17. (Original post by kornkamper)
if today the temperature is 0 degrees centigrade, and tomorrow it will be twice as cold, what temperature will it be tomorrow ???

i couldnt find an answer to this, maybe you could ???
itll be the tempreture the previous day but - instead of +. simple.
18. i find it really funny that people were converting into fahrenheit and arguing so much that they were right when they clearly weren't. anyone with an ounce of knowledge knows that kelvin is the correct temperate scale to use (and this is what celcius is based on). no offence to anyone who didn't have a clue, just next time remember to check you're right before jumping in. although you did give me a laugh.
19. (Original post by endeavour)
This is more of a physics misconception
You have to, in simple terms, "standardise".
0 degrees celcius = 273 Kelvins

"twice as cold" I guess means half the temp: => 273/2 = 136.5 K,
correct me if im wrong
but shouldnt it be 273 x 2 rather than divide??
20. (Original post by Lauren)
i find it really funny that people were converting into fahrenheit and arguing so much that they were right when they clearly weren't. anyone with an ounce of knowledge knows that kelvin is the correct temperate scale to use (and this is what celcius is based on). no offence to anyone who didn't have a clue, just next time remember to check you're right before jumping in. although you did give me a laugh.

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