What number comes next?
[204] What number comes next? - Look at the series (24, 83, 22, 56, 81), determine the pattern, and find the value of the next number! - #brainteasers #math - Correct Answers: 43 - The first user who solved this task is Slobodan Strelac
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What number comes next?

Look at the series (24, 83, 22, 56, 81), determine the pattern, and find the value of the next number!
Correct answers: 43
The first user who solved this task is Slobodan Strelac.
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Two dumb fishermen

Two fishermen, Paul and Jim, decided to rent a boat on a lake for their favorite sport. After fishing for 4 hours at various places around the lake with no luck at all they decided to try one more spot before calling it quits. Suddenly things started to happen and they caught their limit inside of twenty minutes.

Paul said, Hey we should mark this spot, so next time we will know where to come,

Jim says good idea, and he took out a can of spray paint and made a large X on the floor of the boat to mark the spot.

With that Paul says, why did you do that, now anyone who rents this boat will know where to fish.

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Louis-Paul Cailletet

Born 21 Sep 1832; died 5 Jan 1913 at age 80.French physicist and iron master noted for his work on liquefaction of gases. Working at his father's metallurgy business, he investigated the permeability of iron to hydrogen and other gases, accounting for the unpredictable behaviour of some irons in terms of an excess of dissolved gases. In 1870, he began carefully measuring whether real gases deviate from "ideal" gas law behaviour. From this grew an interest in the liquefaction of gases. He used the Joule-Thomson effect - compressing a gas whilst cooling it, then allowing its rapid expansion to cool it still further - and in 1877-78, was first to produce droplets of liquid oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and acetylene. He also invented the altimeter and the high-pressure manometer.Image: Cailletet's liquefier.
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