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[1765] Can you solve this? - Tricky math! Can you solve this? If 11+11=4 and 12+12=9 Then 13+13=? - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Author: familyshare.com - Correct Answers: 409 - The first user who solved this task is Ilan Amity
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Can you solve this?

Tricky math! Can you solve this? If 11+11=4 and 12+12=9 Then 13+13=?
Author: familyshare.com
Correct answers: 409
The first user who solved this task is Ilan Amity.
#brainteasers #math #riddles
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Wishful thinking

A wife went to the police station with her next-door neighbor to report that her husband was missing. The policeman asked for a description.

She said, "He's 35 years old, 6 foot 4, has dark eyes, dark wavy hair, an athletic build, weighs 185 pounds, is soft-spoken, and is good to the children."

The next-door neighbor protested, "Your husband is 5 foot 4, chubby, bald, has a big mouth, and is mean to your children."

The wife replied, "Yes, but who wants HIM back?"

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Vincent Bendix

Died 27 Mar 1945 at age 62 (born 12 Aug 1882).Vincent Hugo Bendix was an American inventor who developed systems for automobiles and aircraft and companies to manufacture them. His first, the short-lived Bendix Company of Chicago (1907-9) made a car called the Bendix Buggy. In 1910, he invented the Bendix drive which made the electric self-starter possible. It used a gear to engage with the engine at low rotational speed then fly back, disengaging automatically at higher speed. The first four-wheel brake system for automobiles was his creation. He entered aviation systems production in 1929 with the Bendix Aviation Corporation (later be renamed Bendix Corporation), and started Bendix Helicopters, Inc. in 1942. During WW II, Bendix was the major source of U.S. aviation electronics.«
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