Plasman wrote:So, it's not Mono, Di, Tri, Tetra then, but something similar? (I would have laughed if you'd got the Mono part wrong...)
EDIT: Got it. It's Homo, Di, Tri, etc. Ennea explains the E, but I'm not 100% sure of the logic - is it something to do with chemistry?
Plasman wrote:Those are ascending scales of bytes. I don't know what comes after the E though. Lord, I'd find it hard to fathom anything larger than an Exabyte!
See if you can work this one out:
T J K B L V
What came next?
Plasman wrote:See if you can work this one out:
T J K B L V
What came next?
There is a group of children who are siblings. Each girl has the same amount of brothers as she has sisters, yet each boy has twice as many sisters as he has brothers. How many children altogether are in the group?
If you attempt this and fail, you may be charged as a criminal. However, if you are successful, you will be free from the law. What is it?
You are allowed - and encouraged! - to do this at least once, but if you do it twice you will get in trouble. What is it?
How many children altogether are in the group?
If you attempt this and fail, you may be charged as a criminal. However, if you are successful, you will be free from the law. What is it?
You are allowed - and encouraged! - to do this at least once, but if you do it twice you will get in trouble. What is it?
Aealacreatrananda wrote:When I envision a far far future.... I don't fuck around.
If you attempt this and fail, you may be charged as a criminal. However, if you are successful, you will be free from the law. What is it?
You have a chessboard made of alternating black and white squares in an 8x8 grid, except it has been damaged - two squares from opposite corners have been cut off for some reason. You also have a set of dominoes, and each domino is large enough to cover exactly two squares on the chessboard.
You decide to make a game of arranging dominoes on the chessboard, so that none of the dominoes overlap or hang off the edge of the board. What is the maximum number of dominoes you can put on the board?
You have a chessboard made of alternating black and white squares in an 8x8 grid, except it has been damaged - two squares from opposite corners have been cut off for some reason. You also have a set of dominoes, and each domino is large enough to cover exactly two squares on the chessboard.
You decide to make a game of arranging dominoes on the chessboard, so that none of the dominoes overlap or hang off the edge of the board. What is the maximum number of dominoes you can put on the board?
Nai_Calus wrote:Plasman wrote:See if you can work this one out:
T J K B L V
What came next?
A S C I P P
Plasman wrote:There was a clue for that one hidden just below the original puzzle. Look carefully.
Trust me, you'll fall over when you work it out. Let's just say it is relevant to your interests! :mrgreen:
Coda wrote:>.> I still don't get it.
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