When Luke, the new kid, aske...
[4653] When Luke, the new kid, aske... - When Luke, the new kid, asked how old Annabelle was, she replied, ''In two years, I'll be twice as old as I was five years ago.'' How old is Annabelle? - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 27 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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When Luke, the new kid, aske...

When Luke, the new kid, asked how old Annabelle was, she replied, ''In two years, I'll be twice as old as I was five years ago.'' How old is Annabelle?
Correct answers: 27
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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A student burst into his professor’s office and says; "Professor Stigler, I don't believe I deserve this F you've given me."
To which Stigler replied, "I agree, but unfortunately it is the lowest grade the University will allow me to award."
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John J. Bittner

Died 14 Dec 1961 at age 57 (born 25 Feb 1904).John J(oseph) Bittner was an American geneticist who isolated a "Bittner milk factor" (1949) from the milk of certain mice, which strongly suggested that at least some viruses can cause cancer. Using carefully bred strains of mice, he compared the role of the mother's genetic disposition to be either prone to cancer or resistant. By having the mice of one disposition act as foster mothers and nurse the babies of the other disposition, he showed that cancer-prone young could grow to be cancer resistant. The opposite was also true: babies originally cancer-resistant became cancer prone. He published this observation (1936), and went on to isolate particles of a virus-like size from the milk of cancer-prone mice that were not present in the milk of cancer-resistant mice.
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