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#101

RM Outback
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14 October 2020 04:24 pm

Booney wrote:

No worries guys , someone else have a go while I bask in the glory dosnt happen often lol cool

lol beer

#102

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14 October 2020 07:42 pm

Sorry guys.
That was a misleading one.
Just goes to show you have to check ALL the clues.
It was deliberately designed like that...........


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#103

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14 October 2020 07:57 pm

No need to apologise fact of the matter is I am not alone smile beer degree of difficulty isn't part of the equation lol

#104

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14 October 2020 09:06 pm

OK Rob, over to you mate...........


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#105

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14 October 2020 09:17 pm

No I'll pass thanks for asking beer

#106

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15 October 2020 07:28 pm

Was really hoping someone else would have a go but I’d like to keep this thread going so here’s an easy one . 1602750432_12d8b8c0-5b74-41d9-a9cb-0dbb4ea38b8f.jpg

#107

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15 October 2020 07:35 pm

87?


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#108

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15 October 2020 08:06 pm

Brain drains, now doing handstands and looking at the world in another perspective. Think you have cracked it Manpa. big_smile


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#109

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15 October 2020 10:13 pm

87 is correct trophy

#110

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16 October 2020 09:54 am

Pretty straight forward this one.
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#111

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16 October 2020 04:53 pm

Your picture doesn't show the distance of the centre of gravity positions of the weights and objects from the central fulcrum, so I think it is impossible to know.
Only by calculating using the moments of inertia (requiring distances from the fulcrum), would that be possible.
If they were on a set of balancing scales though, I'd say 54kg?

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#112

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16 October 2020 05:05 pm

Bloody hell Bigwave it’s a year six problem, if I knew you wanted something tougher I would have rung my mate Einstein. Lol. playful

Over to you cobber.


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17 October 2020 01:56 pm

BigWave wrote:

Your picture doesn't show the distance of the centre of gravity positions of the weights and objects from the central fulcrum, so I think it is impossible to know.
Only by calculating using the moments of inertia (requiring distances from the fulcrum), would that be possible.
If they were on a set of balancing scales though, I'd say 54kg?

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#114

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23 October 2020 05:09 pm

Sorry to be late. Here's another:
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#115

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23 October 2020 05:12 pm

4 is my guess, determined by intersections in the lines hmm

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#116

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23 October 2020 05:14 pm

Too quick RM - but good.
Over to you............


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#117

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23 October 2020 05:29 pm

The following answer is correct how is it possible.

9 + 5 = 2

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#118

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23 October 2020 06:05 pm

Nine days plus five days equals two weeks?


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#119

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23 October 2020 06:06 pm

RM Outback wrote:

The following answer is correct how is it possible.

9 + 5 = 2

Time + hours = Time

9am+5hours=2pm
9+5=2

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#120

RM Outback
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23 October 2020 06:06 pm

Sorry Manpa not 2 weeks.

#121

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23 October 2020 06:07 pm

trophy well done diggit over to you.

#122

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23 October 2020 06:09 pm

Great answer though Manpa perfect
I reckon you deserve a beer or two for that beer beer


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#123

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23 October 2020 08:11 pm

Sheila lives with her teenage son, Bruce, in the countryside—a car ride away from Bruces school. Every afternoon, Sheila leaves the house at the same time, drives to the school at a constant speed, picks Bruce up exactly when his after school footie practice ends at 5 p.m., and then they immediately return home together at the same constant speed. But one day, Bruce isn’t feeling well, so he leaves footie practice early and starts to head home on his portable scooter.

After Bruce has been scooting for an hour, Sheila comes across him in her car (on her usual route to pick him up), and they return together, arriving home 40 minutes earlier than they usually do.

How much footie practice did Bruce miss?

#124

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25 October 2020 12:41 am

1 hour, time spent on his scooter hmm or if he had a chuck on the way add 10 minutes tongue

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#125

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25 October 2020 09:57 am

RM Outback wrote:

1 hour, time spent on his scooter hmm or if he had a chuck on the way add 10 minutes tongue

I like your logic Rob but it's not the correct answer unfortunately.

Hint later today if not solved by then.

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