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[3188] Replace the question marks w... - Replace the question marks with a numbers and calculate product these numbers. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 58 - The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager
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Replace the question marks w...

Replace the question marks with a numbers and calculate product these numbers.
Correct answers: 58
The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager.
#brainteasers #math
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The Snail

A man was sitting in his house when he heard a tapping on the door. He went to see who it was. He opened the door and looked around he then heard a tiny voice, "Hey mister, could you lend me 10 bucks?"

The man looked down and saw a snail sitting on his porch. He said, "What do you want?"

The snail said, "Could you lend me 10 bucks?"

The man yelled, "get out of here!" and then kicked him off the porch.

About a year later the man hears a tapping on his door again. He goes out to see who it is. He looks around and he finally heard a tiny voice say, "What did you do that for?"

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First U.S. Nationally Televised Videotaped Broadcast

In 1957, NBC taped President Dwight D. Eisenhower's oath of office for his second term inauguration. It was replayed almost immediately to a national audience. CBS had made the first-ever broadcast use of videotape on 30 Nov 1956. with a rebroadcast to the West Coast of the 15-minDouglas Edwards and the News program. It was recorded earlier on 2-inch tape with an Ampex Mark IV machine. The videotape recorder invented by Ray Dolby was ready in Feb 1956 when Ampex had a successful in-house demonstration. After it was introduced at the annual CBS affiliates meeting in Chicago on 14 Apr 1956, taped programming quickly became the normal method in broadcasting«
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