Quiz  Mind Trap
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Quiz  Mind Trap
I'm gonna hold a quiz which includes different kinds of questions. None of these are impossible answers and most of them can be answered with simple logic.
First one to answer correct gets a point.
If noone gets the right answer within (about) 24 hours, I will give the answer and a new question.
Question:
Which word does all of the students at Harvard pronounce incorrect?
First one to answer correct gets a point.
If noone gets the right answer within (about) 24 hours, I will give the answer and a new question.
Question:
Which word does all of the students at Harvard pronounce incorrect?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Kopaka was right. All students pronounce the word "incorrect" like "incorrect".
Standings:
1p: Kopaka
Next question:
The manufacturer don't want it, the buyer don't use it and the user don't see it. What is it?
Standings:
1p: Kopaka
Next question:
The manufacturer don't want it, the buyer don't use it and the user don't see it. What is it?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
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I'm open for more than one answer if they satisfy all the terms set in the question.
I just thought of something. One question at a time might take damn long time. I will now present 5 question and you can answer the one(s) you think you can.
Question 1: The manufacturer don't want it, the buyer don't use it and the user don't see it. What is it?
Question 2: What's the product of the following: (XA)*(XB)*(XC)*(XD)*....*(XZ)
Question 3: Is it physically possible that you and your father can stand behind eachother at the same time? Explain.
Question 4: Acording to our calendar some months have 30 days and some months has 31 days. How many has 28 days?
Question 5: Which one of the following does not fit in: Father, Grandmother, Aunt, Sister, Cousin, Mother, Uncle
I just thought of something. One question at a time might take damn long time. I will now present 5 question and you can answer the one(s) you think you can.
Question 1: The manufacturer don't want it, the buyer don't use it and the user don't see it. What is it?
Question 2: What's the product of the following: (XA)*(XB)*(XC)*(XD)*....*(XZ)
Question 3: Is it physically possible that you and your father can stand behind eachother at the same time? Explain.
Question 4: Acording to our calendar some months have 30 days and some months has 31 days. How many has 28 days?
Question 5: Which one of the following does not fit in: Father, Grandmother, Aunt, Sister, Cousin, Mother, Uncle
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Question 1: A coffin
Question 2: X
Question 3: Stand back to back
Question 4: All of them
Question 5: Cousin (the only one that can be both sexes...?)
Question 2: X
Question 3: Stand back to back
Question 4: All of them
Question 5: Cousin (the only one that can be both sexes...?)
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Chuckles found the correct answer in 4 of the questions.
Only question 2 was wrong.
Standings:
4p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka
Question 1: How many cubic meters of earth is it in a hole that is 6 meters long, 2,32 desimeters wide and 167.67 centimeters deep?
Question 2: What's the product of the following: (XA)*(XB)*(XC)*(XD)*....*(XZ)?
Question 3: If I am 80 cm tall pluss half of my height, how tall am I?
Question 4: Detective A.Gent examined an angle which was 14.5 degrees using a magnifying lens that enlarged everything twice. How big was the angle under the lens?
Question 5: Luke bicycled 30 miles. He used 3 tires on his trip and each of the tires was used just as much as the others. How many miles was each tire used?
Only question 2 was wrong.
Standings:
4p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka
Question 1: How many cubic meters of earth is it in a hole that is 6 meters long, 2,32 desimeters wide and 167.67 centimeters deep?
Question 2: What's the product of the following: (XA)*(XB)*(XC)*(XD)*....*(XZ)?
Question 3: If I am 80 cm tall pluss half of my height, how tall am I?
Question 4: Detective A.Gent examined an angle which was 14.5 degrees using a magnifying lens that enlarged everything twice. How big was the angle under the lens?
Question 5: Luke bicycled 30 miles. He used 3 tires on his trip and each of the tires was used just as much as the others. How many miles was each tire used?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Question 1: none, its a hole
Question 2: 0
Question 3: 160cm
Question 4: 14.5 degrees
Question 5: 20m
Question 2: 0
Question 3: 160cm
Question 4: 14.5 degrees
Question 5: 20m
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Xhomaz is right at no.5. 20 miles each.
Chuckles is right in no. 1, 2 and 4
Rasu has right answer in question 3 (I saw Rasus answer b4 Chuckles edit)
Standings:
7p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Peter Polyester sells cars. One day he sells half of all his cars pluss one more car to one customer. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more and the fourth customer buys half of the remaning cars pluss one more. Peter is now satisfied because he has sold all of his cars. How many cars was up for sale that day?
Question 2: Is 1990 dollarbills worth more than 1989 dollarbills?
Question 3: An electric train drives southeast in 90km/h. Thw wind blows towards west with 30 km/h. I which direction does the smoke from the train blow?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
PS. Please don't answer questions with the same answer that someone has already answered. Only the first one get points.
Chuckles is right in no. 1, 2 and 4
Rasu has right answer in question 3 (I saw Rasus answer b4 Chuckles edit)
Standings:
7p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Peter Polyester sells cars. One day he sells half of all his cars pluss one more car to one customer. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more and the fourth customer buys half of the remaning cars pluss one more. Peter is now satisfied because he has sold all of his cars. How many cars was up for sale that day?
Question 2: Is 1990 dollarbills worth more than 1989 dollarbills?
Question 3: An electric train drives southeast in 90km/h. Thw wind blows towards west with 30 km/h. I which direction does the smoke from the train blow?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
PS. Please don't answer questions with the same answer that someone has already answered. Only the first one get points.
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Question 1: 27? Cant seem to work this one out, there always seems to be an odd amount of cars at the start of the day...
Question 2: yes (if youre talking about the amount not the date)
Question 3: An electric train doesnt blow smoke
Question 4: He was born before America was called America (not sure of the date)
Question 5: Boy's 6th step, Man's 4th
Question 2: yes (if youre talking about the amount not the date)
Question 3: An electric train doesnt blow smoke
Question 4: He was born before America was called America (not sure of the date)
Question 5: Boy's 6th step, Man's 4th
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Chuckles going strong but I can only accept 2 out of his 5 answers. No. 2 and 3
Standings:
9p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Peter Polyester sells cars. One day he sells half of all his cars pluss one more car to one customer. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more and the fourth customer buys half of the remaning cars pluss one more. Peter is now satisfied because he has sold all of his cars. How many cars was up for sale that day?
Question 2: Who has killed a fourth of the earths population?
Question 3: Two days ago, Laughing Liza was 9 years. Next year she'll be 12 years. How's that possible?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
Standings:
9p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Peter Polyester sells cars. One day he sells half of all his cars pluss one more car to one customer. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more. The next customer buys half of the remaining cars pluss one more and the fourth customer buys half of the remaning cars pluss one more. Peter is now satisfied because he has sold all of his cars. How many cars was up for sale that day?
Question 2: Who has killed a fourth of the earths population?
Question 3: Two days ago, Laughing Liza was 9 years. Next year she'll be 12 years. How's that possible?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Question 1: Damn, not this question again! I got it! 30!!!
Question 2: Cain (killed his brother Abel when there was only 4 people on Earth)
Question 3: She was born on a planet with a shorter year?
Question 4: The child wasnt human, it was a...cat!
Question 5: At the end of the boys second step which will be the start of the mans second...
Question 2: Cain (killed his brother Abel when there was only 4 people on Earth)
Question 3: She was born on a planet with a shorter year?
Question 4: The child wasnt human, it was a...cat!
Question 5: At the end of the boys second step which will be the start of the mans second...
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Chuckles was right on two more questions. (1 and 2) Won't anyone challenge him?????????
Standings:
11p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: How can it be that a man once was married to his widows sister?
Question 3: Two days ago, Laughing Liza was 9 years. Next year she'll be 12 years. How's that possible?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
Standings:
11p: Chuckles
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, Rasu
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: How can it be that a man once was married to his widows sister?
Question 3: Two days ago, Laughing Liza was 9 years. Next year she'll be 12 years. How's that possible?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: A man and a boy walks together, both starts with the right foot. The boy takes 3 steps while the man takes two. When will they both put their left foot down at the same time?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Come on guys, I need a competitor!
Question 1: The one that weighs the most will be sunk further into the water...most probably the metal one
Question 2: He was married to the sister, then got divorced, then married his wife, then died
Question 1: The one that weighs the most will be sunk further into the water...most probably the metal one
Question 2: He was married to the sister, then got divorced, then married his wife, then died
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thats because you have had about 5 quizes b4 most peple hav even seen it exists.Jalli wrote:Chuckles was right on two more questions. (1 and 2) Won't anyone challenge him?????????
[10:51:18] <skint0r> i could SACh see KyJelly working at ICA ;D
[10:51:37] <skint0r> "vad kostar denna?" "wtf ch0b0"
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4. eh...citizenship doesn't come with where you born or live. They can live there like their whole life being jamaicans and the new kid too. Or does citizenship mean some else than "nationality"? And anyway the kid can move to a different country after he bornd... then his citizenship changes if it means the condition of being a member of a country
ChuckleS made no 2, Rasu made no 3 and KryptoN made no 5.
Question 4 might be a controversial one, but I can tell you that the one closest to the answer has been ChuckleS.
Standings:
12p: ChuckleS
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: A criminal once got to sentenced to death. He got to choose how to die. What did he choose?
Question 3: A woman had 2 sons, both born at the same time, the same day, the same year, but they were not twins. How could that be?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: Sweet Sylvia has 5 bags with candy that she is going to give to her nieces. 4 out of the bags contains in total 84 candies. The 5th bag contains 4 candies less than the average of the five bags. How many candies are there in the 5th bag?
Question 4 might be a controversial one, but I can tell you that the one closest to the answer has been ChuckleS.
Standings:
12p: ChuckleS
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: A criminal once got to sentenced to death. He got to choose how to die. What did he choose?
Question 3: A woman had 2 sons, both born at the same time, the same day, the same year, but they were not twins. How could that be?
Question 4: A child was born in Boston, Massachusetts. The parents were both born in Boston, Massachusetts. The child was still NOT an American citizen. How could this be?
Question 5: Sweet Sylvia has 5 bags with candy that she is going to give to her nieces. 4 out of the bags contains in total 84 candies. The 5th bag contains 4 candies less than the average of the five bags. How many candies are there in the 5th bag?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Question 2: Well, he coul dhave chosen anything, bu tto make them let him walk away, hed have said 'old age'
Question 3: They were 2 of a set of triplets
Question 4: Because it was preAmerica! i cant think of anything else!
Question 5: 83
Question 3: They were 2 of a set of triplets
Question 4: Because it was preAmerica! i cant think of anything else!
Question 5: 83
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the answer was 0? why?Jalli wrote: Question 2: What's the product of the following: (XA)*(XB)*(XC)*(XD)*....*(XZ)?

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Ribot: because somewhere in there you would find (XX) and that is 0.
And when you multiply something with 0 it's 0.
Answers and new questions up tomorrow.
And when you multiply something with 0 it's 0.
Answers and new questions up tomorrow.
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
oh hehe, that's not fair d'oh

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This kind of questions are cool...
Take this for example:
A number consists of 10 digits. the first digit tells you how many 0's there are in the number, the second tells how many 1's etc. until the tenth that tell how many 9's there are.
What is the number????
Take this for example:
A number consists of 10 digits. the first digit tells you how many 0's there are in the number, the second tells how many 1's etc. until the tenth that tell how many 9's there are.
What is the number????
<Fihlvein> another case of zworqyisalwaysright closed i guess
<yoosef> zworqy doesnt suck at anything
<yoosef> zworqy doesnt suck at anything
ChuckleS were right on no. 2 and 3. I will also accept his answer on no. 4, even though his formulation was a bit unclear. The answer I looked for was that he was born b4 the 1776 when Amarica got independent. He was therefore British.
Standings:
15p: Chuckles
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: Which English word does not change prenounciation even though you take away 4 of its letters?
Question 3: In Okmulgee, Oklahoma you can't take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?
Question 4: Mister Y looks at the dirty windows in the 26th floor. Deeply depressed he opens the window and jumps. Outside the building there was a direct fall towards the ground. Miraculously he landed unharmed. Since nothing could ease his fall, how did he get away unharmed?
Question 5: Sweet Sylvia has 5 bags with candy that she is going to give to her nieces. 4 out of the bags contains in total 84 candies. The 5th bag contains 4 candies less than the average of the five bags. How many candies are there in the 5th bag?
Standings:
15p: Chuckles
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: Which English word does not change prenounciation even though you take away 4 of its letters?
Question 3: In Okmulgee, Oklahoma you can't take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?
Question 4: Mister Y looks at the dirty windows in the 26th floor. Deeply depressed he opens the window and jumps. Outside the building there was a direct fall towards the ground. Miraculously he landed unharmed. Since nothing could ease his fall, how did he get away unharmed?
Question 5: Sweet Sylvia has 5 bags with candy that she is going to give to her nieces. 4 out of the bags contains in total 84 candies. The 5th bag contains 4 candies less than the average of the five bags. How many candies are there in the 5th bag?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.
Q3: cos you cant take a photo with a wooden leg, you need a camera.
Q4: cos he was looking at the windows from out a lower window.
Q5: I'll stick with 79 candies, 5x83 = 84x4 + 1x79
(clouds right, too much beer, not enough reading)
Q4: cos he was looking at the windows from out a lower window.
Q5: I'll stick with 79 candies, 5x83 = 84x4 + 1x79
(clouds right, too much beer, not enough reading)
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Question 1: Keep loading it with stuff until one sinks, that one weighs most
Question 2: Queue (Q)
Question 3: need a camera...blahh
Question 4: 1st floor window
Question 5: 79!
84 x 4 = 336
336 + a = b
b/5 = a  4...right?
84 x 4 = 336
336 + 79 = 415
415/5 = 83
Question 2: Queue (Q)
Question 3: need a camera...blahh
Question 4: 1st floor window
Question 5: 79!
84 x 4 = 336
336 + a = b
b/5 = a  4...right?
84 x 4 = 336
336 + 79 = 415
415/5 = 83
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djacosmo is right on no. 3, Cloud on no. 5 and Chuckles on no. 2
Question 1 seems to be hard
Standings:
16p : ChuckleS
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN, djacosmo, Cloud
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: You drink some cokes that is 97% coffeinfree. How many of theese cokes must you drink to get the same amount of coffein as in one regular coke?
Question 3: In an office building there are 100 offices. Harry Woodpecker is hired to paint the number from 1 to 100 at the doors. How many times must Harry paint the number 9?
Question 4: Mister Y looks at the dirty windows in the 26th floor. Deeply depressed he opens the window and jumps. Outside the building there was a direct fall towards the ground. Miraculously he landed unharmed. Since nothing could ease his fall, how did he get away unharmed?
Question 5: Two cyclist cycle over a hill. They have an average speed of 10 km/h up the hill and 20 km/h down. how high is the average speed for the entire trip?
Question 1 seems to be hard
Standings:
16p : ChuckleS
2p: Rasu
1p: Kopaka, Xhomaz, KryptoN, djacosmo, Cloud
Question 1: Two ships are equally big and strong. One is made out of steel and one out of wood. Find out which one that weighs the most and explain why.
Question 2: You drink some cokes that is 97% coffeinfree. How many of theese cokes must you drink to get the same amount of coffein as in one regular coke?
Question 3: In an office building there are 100 offices. Harry Woodpecker is hired to paint the number from 1 to 100 at the doors. How many times must Harry paint the number 9?
Question 4: Mister Y looks at the dirty windows in the 26th floor. Deeply depressed he opens the window and jumps. Outside the building there was a direct fall towards the ground. Miraculously he landed unharmed. Since nothing could ease his fall, how did he get away unharmed?
Question 5: Two cyclist cycle over a hill. They have an average speed of 10 km/h up the hill and 20 km/h down. how high is the average speed for the entire trip?
4th position in WC4 (DAMN YOU KARLIS!!!!) PWNED KARLIS IN WC5!!!!TT:39:2x:xx (you've got some playing to do Stini ) When it's all over the question is not who was right. The question is who's left.