How many children are there in their family?
[2042] How many children are there in their family? - In a big family, Annabelle and Christopher are twins. Annabelle: ''I have 4 brothers.'' Christopher: ''I have as many brothers as sisters.'' So, how many children are there in their family? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 218 - The first user who solved this task is Allen Douglas
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How many children are there in their family?

In a big family, Annabelle and Christopher are twins. Annabelle: ''I have 4 brothers.'' Christopher: ''I have as many brothers as sisters.'' So, how many children are there in their family?
Correct answers: 218
The first user who solved this task is Allen Douglas.
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My Wife a Chicken

A man runs to the doctor and says, "Doctor, you've got to help me. My wife thinks she's a chicken!"
The doctor asks, "How long has she had this condition?"
"Two years," says the man.
"Then why did it take you so long to come and see me?" asked the shrink.
The man shrugs his shoulders and replies, "We needed the eggs."

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Charles Palache

Born 18 Jul 1869; died 5 Dec 1954 at age 85.American mineralogist who was one of the most eminent crystallographers and mineralogists of the world, he lived in a period of revolutionary developments in mineralogical science. At the University of California (PhD 1887), he did the field work for the first geologic maps of the San Francisco Peninsula and the Berkley area. In 1895, while at Heidelberg taking courses in petrography, he was introduced to morphological crystallography by Victor Goldschmidt. Palache threw himself with enthusiasm into the study of crystals, and laid the foundation for the work he pursued vigorously for the next fifty-five years.Image: Crystal drawing of usual graphite crystal from Sterling Hill, NJ, from Palache's 1941 paper in American Mineralogist.
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