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[3251] If you randomly choose one o... - If you randomly choose one of the following answer to this question, what is your chance of getting it right? - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 36 - The first user who solved this task is Linda Tate Young
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If you randomly choose one of the following answer to this question, what is your chance of getting it right?
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The Company Picnic

The wife chewed out her husband at the company picnic awhile back.
“Doesn’t it embarrass you that people have seen you go up to the buffet table five times?”
“Not a bit,” the husband replied. “I just tell them I’m filling up the plate for you!”

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Hubble notifies Shapley of Andromeda distance

In 1924, Edwin Hubble wrote a letter to Harlow Shapley, which he concluded by saying, “...the distance [to the Andromeda nebula] comes out something over 300,000 parsecs.” Hubble discussed in the letter his measurement of the magnitudes of the Cepheid variable stars in the Andromeda nebula he had found and confirmed. He used their measured characteristics to calculate their distance, definitely about a million light years from our Solar System. This was the evidence that Andromeda was a separate galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way. This was the first proof of an “island universe.” After collecting more data, Hubble sent a paper read on 1 Jan 1925 to a meeting of the American Astronomical Society. Meanwhile, Shapley remained unconvinced, as when he debated Heber Curtis on 26 Apr 1920.«[Image: graph of light curve of the first Andromeda Cepheid Hubble discovered, from his letter to Shapley.]
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