GUESS THE NUMBER: When you increase this four-digit number four times you got the same number in reverse order
[621] GUESS THE NUMBER: When you increase this four-digit number four times you got the same number in reverse order - GUESS THE NUMBER: When you increase this four-digit number four times you got the same number in reverse order - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 71 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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GUESS THE NUMBER: When you increase this four-digit number four times you got the same number in reverse order

GUESS THE NUMBER: When you increase this four-digit number four times you got the same number in reverse order
Correct answers: 71
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
#brainteasers #math
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The Dentist

The dentist pulls out a Novocain needle to give the man a shot, so he can extract the man's tooth. 'No way! No needles. I hate needles' the patient said.
The dentist starts to hook up the nitrous oxide and the man objects I can't do the gas thing. The thought of having the gas mask on is suffocating to me! The dentist then asks the patient if he has any objection to taking a pill. 'No objection,' the patient says. 'I'm fine with pills.'
The dentist then returns and says, Here's a Viagra tablet.'
The patient says, 'Wow! I didn't know Viagra worked as a pain killer!'
It doesn't' said the dentist, 'but it's going to give you something to hold on to when I pull your tooth.

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R. Buckminster Fuller

Born 12 Jul 1895; died 1 Jul 1983 at age 87. Richard Buckminster Fuller was an American inventor, educator, author, philosopher, engineer and architect who developed the geodesic dome. This large dome can be set directly on the ground as a complete structure. There is no limit to the size to which it may be built and retain sufficient structural strength. Fuller also invented a wide range of other paradigm-shifting machines and structural systems. He was especially interested in high-strength-to-weight designs, with a maximum of utility for minimum of material. His designs and engineering philosophy are part of the foundation of contemporary high-tech design aesthetics. He held over 2000 patents.Photo: R. Buckminster Fuller shown with a geodesic dome constructed as the U.S. pavilion at the American Exhange Exhibition, 1959.
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