Find number abc
[7223] Find number abc - If 73a6c + 75bbc = 1c91cb find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 5
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Find number abc

If 73a6c + 75bbc = 1c91cb find number abc. Multiple solutions may exist.
Correct answers: 5
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ChatGPT jokes

Two ChatGPT models were talking.
One says:
"Did you hear the one about the computer that could finish sentences?
The other replies:
"Yeah, but I already knew what it was going to say."

ChatGPT goes to a restaurant and orders alphabet soup.
The waiter asks:
"Why alphabet soup?"
ChatGPT replies:
"I'm just trying to improve my vocabulary!"

How many ChatGPTs does it take to change a lightbulb?
Just one, but it will come up with 100 different ways to tell you how it's done.

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Concorde

In 1969, the Concorde SST Supersonic jet aircraft, prototype 001, made its first flight from Toulouse airport in France. With tons of test instruments aboard, test pilot Captain Andre Turcat took off at 3:40 pm, followed by two chase aircraft for filming the historic flight, and for calibration purposes. The flight lasted only about a half hour, remaining at a subsonic speed with its landing gear and nose in the down position. The aircraft made a clean landing at 4:08 pm. It was not the first supersonic-capable airliner to fly, however, as the Russian Tupolev-144 first flew several months earlier, on 31 Dec 1968. The British prototype Concorde 002 made its first flight from Filton Airport, Bristol on 9 Apr 1969. It was not until its 45th test flight, on 1 Oct 1969, that prototype 001 flew at a supersonic speed, above Mach 1.«
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