Find number abc
[5202] Find number abc - If 57bab - 1c591 = 4c4a9 find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 25 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Find number abc

If 57bab - 1c591 = 4c4a9 find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist.
Correct answers: 25
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #math
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The Fortune Teller

A man goes to visit a fortune teller. In a dark and hazy room, peering into a crystal ball, the mystic delivered grave news.

"There's no easy way to say this, so I'll just be blunt - prepare yourself to be a widow. Your wife will die a violent and horrible death this year."
Visibly shaken, the man stares at the fortune teller's lined face, then at the single flickering candle, then down at her hands.
He took a few deep breaths to compose himself. He simply had to know. He met the fortune-teller's gaze, steadied his voice, and asked his question:

"Will I be found guilty?"      

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Joseph Rogers Brown

Died 23 Jul 1876 at age 66 (born 26 Jan 1810).American inventor and manufacturer who made numerous advances in the field of fine measurement and machine-tool production. He perfected and produced a highly accurate linear dividing engine in 1850, and in the succeeding two years he developed a vernier caliper reading to thousandths of an inch and also applied vernier methods to the protractor. Brown's micrometer caliper, widely used in industry, appeared in 1867. He also invented a precision gear cutter in 1855 to produce clock gears, a universal milling machine in 1862, and, perhaps his finest innovation, a universal grinding machine (patented in 1877), in which articles were hardened first and then ground, thereby increasing accuracy and eliminating waste. Cofounded J.R. Brown & Sharpe in 1853.[Image: Brown's universal milling machine]
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