Find number abc
[4154] Find number abc - If bbaa7 + 9a6ca = bc6c5b find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 39 - The first user who solved this task is Manguexa Wagle
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Find number abc

If bbaa7 + 9a6ca = bc6c5b find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist.
Correct answers: 39
The first user who solved this task is Manguexa Wagle.
#brainteasers #math
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The room was full of pregnant...

The room was full of pregnant women and their partners, and the Lamaze class was in full swing. The instructor was teaching the women how to breathe properly, along with informing the men how to give the necessary assurances at this stage of the plan.
The teacher then announced, "Ladies, exercise is good for you. Walking is especially beneficial. And, gentlemen, it wouldn't hurt you to take the time to go walking with your partner!"
The room really got quiet. Finally, a man in the middle of the group raised his hand.
"Yes?" replied the teacher.
"Is it alright if she carries a golf bag while we walk?"
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Wilhelm Eduard Weber

Born 24 Oct 1804; died 23 Jun 1891 at age 86. German physicist who investigated terrestrial magnetism. For six years, from 1831, Weber worked in close collaboration with Carl Gauss. Weber developed sensitive magnetometers, an electromagnetic telegraph (1833) and other magnetic instruments during this time. His later work (1855) on the ratio between the electrodynamic and electrostatic units of charge proved extremely important and was crucial to James Clerk Maxwell in his electromagnetic theory of light. (Weber found the ratio was 3.1074 x 108 m/sec but failed to take any notice of the fact that this was close to the speed of light.) Weber's later years were devoted to work in electrodynamics and the electrical structure of matter. The magnetic unit, weber, is named after him.
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