Which number replaces the question mark?
[2348] Which number replaces the question mark? - Solve Mathematical Puzzle: 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 16, ?, 37, 58, 92 - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 155 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Which number replaces the question mark?

Solve Mathematical Puzzle: 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 16, ?, 37, 58, 92
Correct answers: 155
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #math #riddles
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The Statue

A woman was in bed with her lover when she heard her husband opening the front door.
"Hurry!" she said. "Stand in the corner." She quickly rubbed baby oil all over him and then she dusted him with talcum powder. "Don't move until I tell you to," she whispered. "Just pretend you're a statue."
"What's this honey?" the husband inquired as he entered the room.
"Oh, its just a statue," she replied nonchalantly. "The Smiths bought one for their bedroom. I liked it so much, I got one for us too."
No more was said about the statue, not even later that night when they went to sleep. Around two in the morning the husband got out of bed, went to the kitchen and returned a while later with a sandwich and a glass of milk. "Here," he said to the 'statue', "eat something. I stood like an idiot at the Smith's for three days and nobody offered me so much as a glass of water".

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Giambatista Beccaria

Died 27 May 1781 at age 64 (born 3 Oct 1716). Giambatista (orig. Francesco) Beccaria was an Italian physicist who spread knowledge of Benjamin Franklin's discoveries with electricity, which he extended with his own research. He designed an electrical thermometer and investigated the relative powers of parallel plate condensers (capacitors). He formed explanations for meteorological and geophysical phenomena in terms of “natural electricity.” With his students, he experimentally probed the atmosphere with metal poles, kites and rockets. He published his work in five books.
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