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Brock has 6 pairs of green socks and 6 pairs of blue socks in his top drawer. He's not tall enough to see inside the drawer and must reach in the drawer without looking. What is the least number of socks Brock can grab to be sure he has a matching pair?
Enter a number of socks here:
What is the next
number in this series? O3 T3 T5 F4 F4 S3 S5 E5 N4
Assume there are 300 million people in the U.S. For each person, take the number of fingers (including thumbs) each has on his or her left hand, and multiply it by the number of fingers on the next person's left hand. If you continued this multiplication for all 300 million people in the U.S., what would the final total number be?
Add this column
of numbers, one at a time:
Glory has 6 pairs of red gloves and 6 pairs of orange gloves in her top drawer. She's not tall enough to see inside the drawer and must reach in without looking. What is the least number of gloves Glory can grab to be sure she has a matching pair?
Enter a number of gloves here:
How many triangles do you find in the pyramid?
A collector showed an archaeologist five coins he had just purchased. The collector claimed:
Coin A was from 227 B.C. yet it had no date on it.
Coin B was from A.D. 870 and had that date on it.
Coin C was from 27 B.C. and had that date on it.
Coin D was from 312 B.C. yet it had no date on it.
Coin E was from A.D. 1010 yet it had no date on it.
The archaeologist told him that one of the coins was a fake. Which one?
A scientist was well-known for having excellent vision. At a seminar she announced to the attendees, "There is something in this room that you can see, and so can everyone else in the room. But I cannot see it." What was it that the scientist could not see?
Fill in the remaining
blanks to get the correct answer: __ __ R __ __ C __
Write the completed answer here:
Match up the folded
snowflakes with their unfolded versions.
A scientist discovered
a new type of insect that adds new insects to its community each
day. Starting with one insect on Day One, two new insects are
added on Day Two, three more are added on Day Three, and so on.
Assuming all insects survive, how many will live in the community
after 100 days?
Enter the correct number
What word is represented
by these words?
see are why pea tea eye
Enter the word here:
Only one of these sentences is true. Which one?
A) Exactly one of these 10 sentences
B) Exactly two of these 10 sentences
C) Exactly three of these 10 sentences
D) Exactly four of these 10 sentences
E) Exactly five of these 10 sentences
F) Exactly six of these 10 sentences
G) Exactly seven of these 10 sentences
H) Exactly eight of these 10 sentences
I) Exactly nine of these 10 sentences
J) Exactly ten of these 10 sentences
Enter the letter of the
true sentence here:
If you fail this test, that's okay:
On what day of the week
and in what month of the year will we have the ReTake exam?
The first in .
Which of the following
statements is true?
A) The yolk of an egg is white.
B) The yolk of an egg are white.
C) Both statements are true.
D) Neither statement is true.
Enter A, B, C, or D here:
The letter beneath
the letter between the letters just left of the letter two below
"G" and the letter beneath the letter to the right
What letter is being described?
We removed the vowels and spaces from three related words below. Can you name them?
N T L P L P H N T R M D L L
Rewrite the line in the space below, adding the missing vowels and spaces:
What letter is missing?
We took away every
other letter, plus a space from two common words below.
_ P _ R _ A _
H _ M _ R _ L _ A
Re-write the line in the
space below, adding the missing letters and space:
Fill in the blanks
below to create a common one-syllable word:
S _ _ E E _ _
The word is:
We took away the
vowels and spaces from four related words below. Can you name
N Y X T P Z D
M N D P L
Re-write the line in the
space below, adding the missing vowels and spaces:
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