Brendon has been hired to pa...
[1823] Brendon has been hired to pa... - Brendon has been hired to paint the numbers 1 through 100 on 100 apartments. How many times with he have to paint 8? - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 130 - The first user who solved this task is Maja Inkret
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Brendon has been hired to pa...

Brendon has been hired to paint the numbers 1 through 100 on 100 apartments. How many times with he have to paint 8?
Correct answers: 130
The first user who solved this task is Maja Inkret.
#brainteasers #math #riddles
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Harmonica

"Thanks for the harmonica you gave me for Christmas," little Joshua said to his uncle the first time he saw him after the holidays. "It's the best present I ever got."

"That's great," said his uncle. "Do you know how to play it?"

"Oh, I don't play it," the little fellow said. "My mom gives me a dollar a day not to play it during the day and my dad gives me five dollars a week not to play it at night.

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William Kingdon Clifford

Died 3 Mar 1879 at age 33 (born 4 May 1845). British philosopher and mathematician who developed the theory of biquaternions (a generalization of the Irish mathematician Sir William Rowan Hamilton's theory of quaternions) and then linked them with more general associative algebras. In 1870, he survived a shipwreck near Sicily while on an expedition to Italy to obtain scientific data from an eclipse. Influenced by the work of Riemann and Lobachevsky, Clifford studied non-euclidean geometry. In 1870 he wrote On the Space Theory of Matter in which he argued that energy and matter are simply different types of curvature of space. In this work he presented ideas which were to form a fundamental role in Einstein's general theory of relativity.
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