Find number abc
[6144] Find number abc - If c7a57 + ac7b2 = 812ab find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 14 - The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T
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Find number abc

If c7a57 + ac7b2 = 812ab find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist.
Correct answers: 14
The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T.
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Funniest Joke of The Fringe of year 2019 + nine shortlisted

I keep randomly shouting out 'Broccoli' and 'Cauliflower'-I think I might have florets.

Author: Swedish comedian Olaf Falafel.

The Winner of Dave's "Funniest Joke of The Fringe" of year 2019 - award with the niche culinary pun.

 

Ten jokes made the 2019 shortlist. Here the rest of nine are:

 

"Someone stole my antidepressants. Whoever they are, I hope they're happy"-Richard Stott

"What's driving Brexit? From here it looks like it's probably the Duke of Edinburgh" - Milton Jones

"A cowboy asked me if I could help him round up 18 cows. I said, 'Yes, of course. - That's 20 cows'" - Jake Lambert

"A thesaurus is great. There's no other word for it" - Ross Smith

"Sleep is my favourite thing in the world. It's the reason I get up in the morning" - Ross Smith

"I accidentally booked myself onto an escapology course; I'm really struggling to get out of it" - Adele Cliff

"After learning six hours of basic semaphore, I was flagging - Richard Pulsford

"To be or not to be a horse rider, that is Equestrian" - Mark Simmons

"I've got an Eton-themed advent calendar, where all the doors are opened for me by my dad's contacts" - Ivo Graham

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Clock patent

In 1797, the first patent in the U.S. for a clock was issued to Eli Terry of East Windsor, Conn. for an equation clock. The clock had two minute hands, one of which showed the mean or true time, while the other "together with the striking part and hour hand showed the apparent time, as divided by the sun according to the table of variation of the sun and clock for each day of the year." He began making clocks in 1793, in Plymouth, Conn. Terry introduced wooden geared clocks using the ideas of Eli Whitney's new armory practice to produce interchangeable gears (1802) and mass production of very inexpensive household clocks. Terry developed ways to produce wooden clock works by machine.
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