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# Calculate the number 4104

NUMBERMANIA: Calculate the number 4104 using numbers [1, 9, 5, 8, 90, 325] and basic arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /). Each of the numbers can be used only once.
The first user who solved this task is Nílton Corrêa De Sousa.
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### Difference between hypothetical and reality

A little boy goes up to his father and asks: “Dad, what's the difference between hypothetical and reality?”

The father replies, “Well son, I could give you the book definitions, but I feel it could be best to show you by example. Go upstairs and ask your mother if she'd have sex with the mailman for \$500,000.”

The boy goes and asks his mother: “Mom, would you have sex with the mailman for \$500,000?”

The mother replies, “Hell yes I would!”

The little boy returns to his father. “Dad, she said ‘Hell yes I would!'”

The father then says, “OK, now go and ask your older sister if she'd have sex with her principal for \$500,000.”

The boy asks his sister, “Would you have sex with your principal for \$500,000?”

The sister replies: “Hell yes I would!”

He returns to his father. “Dad, she said ‘Hell yes I would!'”

The father answers, “OK, son, here's the deal: Hypothetically, we're millionaires, but in reality, we're just living with a couple of whores.”

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### Willard Frank Libby

Died 8 Sep 1980 at age 71 (born 17 Dec 1908). American chemist whose technique of carbon-14 (or radiocarbon) dating provided an extremely valuable tool for archaeologists, anthropologists, and earth scientists. For this development he was honoured with the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1960. Libby is a specialist in radiochemistry, particularly hot atom chemistry, tracer techniques, and isotope tracer work. He became well-known at Chicago University also for his work with natural tritium, and its use in hydrology and geophysics. On 18 May 1952, he determined that the age of Stonehenge was 1848 BC, based on analysis of radioisotopes in charcoal.
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