Calculate 18+6+20
[255] Calculate 18+6+20 - FUNNY MATH: Calculate 18+6+20 (Author: Ruzica Pavlovic) - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 25 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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Calculate 18+6+20

FUNNY MATH: Calculate 18+6+20 (Author: Ruzica Pavlovic)
Correct answers: 25
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
#brainteasers #math
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Government Employee

A United State Government Employee sits in his office and out of boredom, decides to see what's in his old filing cabinet. He pokes through the contents and comes across an old brass lamp.

"This will look nice on my mantelpiece," he decides, and takes it home with him.

While polishing the lamp, a genie appears and grants him three wishes. "I wish for an ice cold diet Coke right now!"

He gets his Coke and drinks it.

Now that he can think more clearly, he states his second wish. "I wish to be on an island where beautiful nymphomaniacs reside." Suddenly he is on an island with gorgeous females eyeing him lustfully.

He tells the genie his third and last wish. "I wish I'd never have to work ever again."

POOF! He's back in his government office.

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Ferdinand Braun

Died 20 Apr 1918 at age 67 (born 6 Jun 1850).Karl Ferdinand Braun was a German physicist whosharedthe Nobel Prize for Physics in 1909 with Guglielmo Marconi for the development of wireless telegraphy. He published papers on deviations from Ohm's law and on the calculations of the electromotive force of reversible galvanic elements from thermal sources, and discovered (1874) the electrical rectifier effect. He demonstrated the first cathode-ray oscilloscope (Braun tube) in 1897, after work on high-frequency alternating currents. Cathode-ray tubes had previously been characterized by uncontrolled rays; Braun succeeded in producing a narrow stream of electrons, guided by means of alternating voltage, that could trace patterns on a fluorescent screen.
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