Find the biggest number ABCDEFG
[613] Find the biggest number ABCDEFG - Find the biggest number ABCDEFG. It is necessary to replace letters with digits so that the sum of the sides of a triangle is always the same. Each of the digits may be used only once. - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 24 - The first user who solved this task is Slobodan Strelac
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Find the biggest number ABCDEFG

Find the biggest number ABCDEFG. It is necessary to replace letters with digits so that the sum of the sides of a triangle is always the same. Each of the digits may be used only once.
Correct answers: 24
The first user who solved this task is Slobodan Strelac.
#brainteasers #math
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Joe the lawyer died suddenly, at the age of 45. He got to the gates of Heaven, and the angel standing there said, "We've been waiting a long time for you."

What do you mean he replied, "I'm only 45, in the prime of my life. Why did I have to die now?"

"45? You're not 45, you're 82" replied the angel.

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Born 6 Dec 1778; died 9 May 1850 at age 71. French chemist best known for his work on gases. In 1805, by exploding together given volumes of hydrogen and oxygen, Gay-Lussac discovered they combined in ratio 2:1 by volume to form water. By 1808, after researches using other gases, he formulated his famous law of combining volumes - that when gases combine their relative volumes bear a simple numerical relation to each other (e.g., 1:1, 2:1) and to their gaseous product (under constant pressure and temperature). He developed techniques of quantitative chemical analysis, confirmed that iodine was an element, discovered cyanogen, improved the process for manufacturing sulphuric acid, prepared potassium and boron (1808). He made two balloon ascents to study the atmosphere.
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