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#1 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » English language puzzles » Today 00:58:10

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #1593 is correct. Marvelous!

#1595. What does the adjective refulgent mean?

#1596. What does the adjective regenerative mean?

#2 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » Today 00:47:43

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #5395 is corret. Excellent!

#5397. Name the author of 'The Two Cultures'; it is the title of the first part of an influential 1959 Rede Lecture by British scientist and novelist. Its thesis was that "the intellectual life of the whole of western society" was split into the titular two cultures — namely the sciences and the humanities — and that this was a major hindrance to solving the world's problems.

#5398. Who is the author of 'Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair', 'World's End', 'The Hands of the Day', 'The Book of Questions', 'The Yellow Heart' etc.?  (He was the pen name and, later, legal name of the Chilean poet-diplomat and politician Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto (July 12, 1904 – September 23, 1973). In 1971 won the Nobel Prize for Literature.)

#3 Re: Exercises » Compute the solution: » Yesterday 20:11:34


#124. How many two-digit numbers are divisible by 13?

#125. If

are the roots of the equation
, find the value of

#4 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Doc, Doc! » Yesterday 20:00:38

Hi bobbym,

#389. Name the medical term : The central, conical, bony core of the cochlea.

#5 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » 10 second questions » Yesterday 19:48:24

Hi bobbym,

The solution #5352 is perfect. Excellent!

#If the radius of a sphere is 2 centimeters, then find the curved surface area of the sphere.

#6 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Oral puzzles » Yesterday 19:42:06

Hi bobbym,

The solution #^2183 is correct. Marvelous!

#2184. If 1 + 2 + 3 + .... + n = k, find the value of


#7 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » English language puzzles » Yesterday 00:36:24

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #1592 is correct. Excellent!

#1593. What does the noun refrain mean?

#1594. What does the adjective refrangible mean?

#8 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Doc, Doc! » Yesterday 00:22:12

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #387 is correct. Excellent!

#388. Name the medical term : A periarticular arterial network over the front and sides of the knee, formed by branches of the descending genicular artery, of the five genicular arteries from the popliteal, of the anterior tibial recurrent, and of the fibular circumflex branches of the posterior tibial.

#9 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » Yesterday 00:00:56

Hi bobbym,

The Answers :


The the Answer #5393 is correct. Marvelous!

#5395. Name the city by nickname Gotham, first used by Washington Irving in 1807 in his satirical periodical Salmagundi.

#5396. Name the Scotland's third most populous city, one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas and the United Kingdom's 37th most populous built-up area, with an official population estimate of 220,420. Nicknames include the Granite City, the Grey City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands.

#10 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » 10 second questions » 2015-01-25 23:32:00

Hi bobbym,

The solution #5351 is correct. Good work!

#5352. Evaluate :


#11 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Oral puzzles » 2015-01-25 18:00:43

Hi bobbym,

The solution #2182 is correct. Neat job!

#2183. Evaluate:


#12 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » 10 second questions » 2015-01-25 17:50:35

Hi bobbym,

The solution #5350 (b) is correct. Good work!

#5351. Find the equation of the straight line passing through the point (2,-7) and parralel to x-axis.

#13 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » 2015-01-25 17:35:10

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #5392 is correct. Marvelous!

#5393. Who said “Water, water, everywhere,
And all the boards did shrink;
Water, water, everywhere,
Nor any drop to drink"?

#5394, Who said 'Is there anything science should not try to explain? Science is knowledge and knowledge is power - power to do good or evil. Sometimes ignorance is bliss'?

#14 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Doc, Doc! » 2015-01-25 17:12:47

Hi bobbym,

#387. Name the medical term : The structure at the beginning of a vertebrate nephron, consisting of a glomerulus and its surrounding Bowman's capsule.

#15 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » 2015-01-25 16:45:29

Hi bobbym,

The Answer #5389 is correct. Excellent!

#5391. Name the 'City of Dreaming Spires'.

#5392. By what name is 'Yerba Buena' now known?

#16 Re: Jokes » Very short jokes! » 2015-01-25 01:52:49

Q: Why did the 30-60-90 triangle marry the 45-45-90 triangle?
A: They were right for each other

Q: Why didn't the Romans find algebra very challenging?
A: Because X was always 10

Q: What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter?
A: Pumpkin Pi

Q: Why couldn't the angle get a loan?
A: His parents wouldn't Cosine.

Q: What is a bird's favorite type of math?
A: Owl-gebra

Q: What's the integral of (1/cabin)d(cabin)?
A: A natural log cabin!

Q: What do you call a man who spent all summer at the beach?
A: A Tangent.

Q: Why did the student get upset when his teacher called him average?
A: It was a 'mean' thing to say!

Q: Why did the polynomial plant die?
A: Its roots were imaginary.

Q: Why does nobody talk to circles?
A: Because there is no point!

Q: Which triangles are the coldest?
A: Ice-sosceles triangles

Q: Who invented the Round Table?
A: Sir Cumference

Q: Why is Ms. Radian such a good reporter?
A: She covers the story from every angle.

#17 Re: Jokes » Limericks » 2015-01-24 23:52:04

1.       If inside a circle a line
     Hits the center and goes from spine to spine
       And the line's length is "d",
       The circumference will be
    d times 3.14159.

2.       There was an old man who said, "Do
    Tell me how I should add two and two.
       I think more and more
       That it makes about four --
    But I fear that is almost too few."

3.    There was a young lady called Kate,
    Whose maths was right up-to-date.
       She said, "It is fun
       When three 3's are one --
    Which they are with modulo 8."

4.    Little Jack Horner sat in a corner,
    Trying to evaluate .
       He disclaimed rule of thumb,
       Found an infinite sum,
    And exclaimed "It's REAL, nary an i."

5.    A mathematician named Ray
    Says extraction of roots is child's play.
       You don't need equations
       Or long calculations;
    Just hot water to run on the tray.

6.    Said Mrs. Isosceles Tri,
    "That I'm sharp I've no wish to deny;
       But I do not dare
       To be perfectly square --
    I'm sure if I did I should die!"

7.    An arithmetic teacher named Jones
    Was reduced by the new math to groans,
       And shortly expired.
       Since he has not retired,
    He now serves as Napier's Bones.

8.    A mathematician confided
    That a Moebius band is one-sided.
       And you'll get quite a laugh
       If you cut one in half,
    For it stays in one piece when divided.

9.    A graduate student at Trinity
    Computed the square of infinity.
       But it gave him the fidgets
       To put down the digits,
    So he dropped math and took up divinity.

10.    A mathematician from Boole,
    Used to mispronounce words like a fool.
       He spoke of "stastistics",
       And "intragel" ballistics,
    "Yuler" circles and "Hospital's" rule.

11.    There was a young student from Rye,
    Who worked out the value of .
       "It happens," said he,
       "That it's just over 3,
    Though I'd rather you don't ask me why."

12.    There was a young student from Crewe
    Who learned how to count in base 2.
       His sums were all done
       With 0 and 1,
    And he found it much simpler to do.

13.    There was a young fellow called Dan,
    Who knew all about sin, cos and tan.
       He talked rather big
       Of his knowledge of trig --
    He did seem a clever young man.

14.    A modern young lady called Rita,
    Buys ribbons and cloth by the meter.
       She gets bacon and ham
       Weighed out by the gram,
    And orders her milk by the liter.

15.    There was a maths student called Hector,
    Who couldn't tell scalar from vector.
       "I'm quite at a loss
       To tell a dot from a cross --
    I ought not to work in this sector."

#18 Re: Jokes » Very short jokes! » 2015-01-24 22:49:13

Thanks, Olinguito!

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Escalators don’t break down… they just turn into stairs.

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I used to think the brain was the most important organ. Then I thought, look what’s telling me that.

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I had a dream I was eating a giant marshmallow, when I woke up my pillow was missing!

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Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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You can always double your drive space.
By deleting Windows!

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But for gravity, I'd be a high-flyer.

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Girl: Do you hate me?
Boy: Nope, I don't.. I'm just not necessarily excited about your existence.

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Q: What's brown and sticky?
A: A stick!

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Where are otters from?
Otter Space

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'Are you athletic?' Yes, I surf the Web.

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Why is it so hot in a stadium after a football game?
Because all the fans have left.

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I am forever alone.. Ops.. Correction, forever available.

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So much to do, so little time.

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It was love at first site - The love with Internet.

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#19 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » 2015-01-24 18:00:19

The Answer #5387 (Boston) is correct. Good work!

#5389. Who wrote the words 'brevity is the soul of wit'?

#5390. In which year was the 'Booker Prize' (which was rename as the 'Man Booker Prize') established?

#20 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Doc, Doc! » 2015-01-24 17:15:58

Hi bobbym,


#386. Name the medical term : An abnormally low number of neutrophils. Neutrophils usually make up 60 to 70% of circulating white blood cells and serve as the primary defense against infections by destroying bacteria in the blood. Hence, patients with this disease are more susceptible to bacterial infections and, without prompt medical attention, the condition may become life-threatening and deadly (neutropenic sepsis).

#21 Re: Jokes » Very short jokes! » 2015-01-24 16:55:49

Thanks, pazzle!

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A family took a trip to Disney World. After three exhausting days, they headed home. As they drove away, the son waved and said, “Goodbye, Mickey.”

The daughter waved and said, “Goodbye, Minnie.”

The husband waved, rather weakly, and said, “Goodbye, Money.”

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Mrs. Peterson went to the doctor: “I’m terribly worried about my boy. He thinks he’s a chicken.”
The doctor asked, “And how long has this been going on?”
“Almost a year,” Mrs. Peterson replied.
“Well for goodness sakes! Why didn’t you bring him to see me sooner?”
“Because we needed the eggs!”

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It was the end of the school year and Joey’s mother asked: “And were the exam questions difficult?”
“They weren’t bad at all,” her son replied. “It was the answers that gave me all the trouble.”

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A doctor says to his patient, “I have a bad news and a worse news”.
“Oh dear, what’s the bad news?” – asks the patient.
The doctor replies, “You only have 24 hours to live.”
“That’s terrible,” said the patient. “How can the news possibly be worse?”
The doctor replies, “I’ve been trying to contact you since yesterday.”

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With a frown wrinkling his forehead, little Johnny was working hard at his father’s desk scratching a pen along a page of his paper. His mother asked, “Are you writing a letter to your little girlfriend, Son?”
“Nope,” he grunted, “It’s a letter to myself.”
“Well,” she smiled, “What are you going to write about?”
“How should I know?” he squeaked, “I haven’t received it yet.”

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A man called his friend’s house and a small voice greeted him.
“Is your Daddy there?” he asked.
“Could I speak with him?”
“He’s busy,” the little voice replied.
“Well, can I speak to your mother?”
“Nope, she is busy, too.”
“Well then, let me talk with your brother.”
“He’s busy, too.”
“For goodness sakes, what are they so busy doing?”
“They are looking for me!”

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What can you put in your right hand but not your left?
Your left elbow.

#22 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Oral puzzles » 2015-01-23 23:52:40



#2182. If the product of the first four consecutive terms of a Geometric Progression is 256 and if the common ratio is 4 and the first term is positive, then find its 3rd term.

#23 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » 10 second questions » 2015-01-23 23:39:48


The solution

#5350. Find the sum : 1 + 3 + 5 + .... + 51.

#24 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » General Quiz » 2015-01-23 22:22:42

Hi bobbym,

#5387. Where or what is 'Beantown'?

#5388. Where or what is 'Blighty'?

#25 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » Doc, Doc! » 2015-01-23 21:51:08

Hi bobbym,

#385. Name the medical term / condition : Skin disorder seen in 4–5% of the world's population and is one of the most common types of urticaria, in which the skin becomes raised and inflamed when stroked, scratched, rubbed, and sometimes even slapped (also known as 'skin writing'.

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