Find number abc
[3806] Find number abc - If cc722 - aab7c = 33143 find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 34 - The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil
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Find number abc

If cc722 - aab7c = 33143 find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist.
Correct answers: 34
The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil.
#brainteasers #math
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A Department Store

A really huge muscular guy with a bad stutter goes to a counter in a department store and asks, "W-w-w-where`s the m-m-m-men`s dep-p-p-partment?"
The clerk behind the counter just looks at him and says nothing.
The man repeats himself: "W-w-w-where`s the m-m-m-men`s dep-p-p-partment?" Again, the clerk doesn`t answer him.
The guy asks several more times: "W-w-w-where`s the m-m-m-men`s dep-p-p-partment?"
And the clerk just seems to ignore him. Finally, the guy is angry and storms off.
The customer who was waiting in line behind the guy asks the clerk, "why wouldn`t you answer that guy's question?"
The clerk answers, "D-d-d-do you th-th-th-think I w-w-w-want to get b-b-b-beat up?!!"
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Thomas Addison

Died 29 Jun 1860 (born Apr 1793).English physician who was the first person to correctly connect the symptoms of what is now called Addison's disease to a functional deficiency of the adrenal glands (1855). He also described pernicious (Addison's) anaemia and made a study of poisons. Distinguished for his zeal in the investigation of disease, Addison had a great reputation as a clinical teacher, and Guy's Hospital in London attained fame as a school of medicine during the time of his connection with it. His numerous clinical studies include works on the clinical studies of a fatty liver (1836), appendicitis (1839), pneumonia (1843), phthisis (1845), and xanthoma (1851).
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