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Saturday, September 28th 2019, 2:01pm

Author: Ungoliant

[NUMBERS] Big Fat Monthly Lottery - October Draw

7 - 28 - 46 - 19 5 - 9 - 23 - 31 8 - 35 - 41 - 13 1 - 2 - 3- 4

Wednesday, September 11th 2019, 11:24pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Wednesday: Sports!

Quoted from "Innos" 1996 That is correct!

Wednesday, September 11th 2019, 9:50pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Wednesday: Sports!

In which year did George Hagi transfer to Galatasaray SK?

Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 9:08pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Tuesday: Physics!

Quoted from "Jabba the Hutt" Quoted from "Ungoliant" What is the difference between elastic collision and inelastic collision? 1. Total velocity is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 2. Total momentum is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 3. Total kinetic energy is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 4. Total momentum is preserved in inelastic collision, but not in elastic collision. 3. Kinetic energy is prese...

Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 8:37pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Tuesday: Physics!

What is the difference between elastic collision and inelastic collision? 1. Total velocity is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 2. Total momentum is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 3. Total kinetic energy is preserved in elastic collision, but not in inelastic collision. 4. Total momentum is preserved in inelastic collision, but not in elastic collision.

Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 12:38pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Tuesday: Physics!

Quoted from "TraceyG21920" 1. A magnitude with a direction. Correct!

Tuesday, September 10th 2019, 12:32pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Tuesday: Physics!

Okay, so I don't think example question counts as a question, so I'll ask the first one. (: What is a vector? 1. A magnitude with a direction. 2. An indirect result of horizontal internal forces in buildings such as bridges. 3. An arrow. 4. A theory in quantum physics.

Monday, September 9th 2019, 10:56pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Monday: Maths!

You have 2 ropes and a lighter. - Each rope will fully burn in exactly one hour. - Ropes are not homogeneous, in other words, ropes do not burn in constant speed. First half of the rope can burn in a minute and the other half could burn in 59 minutes. - You have no other means of keeping time. You have 2 ropes and a lighter. - Each rope will fully burn in exactly one hour. - Ropes are not homogeneous, in other words, ropes do not burn in constant speed. First half of the rope can burn in a minut...

Monday, September 9th 2019, 6:30pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Monday: Maths!

Quoted from "zAquisgran" Which 3 numbers give same result when multiplied or added? so x+y+z = x*y*z There's also some general solutions to that. I'm not sure whether these are all, but they work for sure: 1. x= -y and z=0. x+y+z = 0 = x*y*z 2. x=y=z=0.

Monday, September 9th 2019, 5:14pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Monday: Maths!

No right answers in 30 minutes, so I explain the solution. So you can do some direct maths and try to solve an infinite series... Or you can see that the train with 50km/h speed will travel the 100km road in 2 hours, and that is exactly the amount of time White will fly with a speed of 80km/h. 80km'h * 2h = 160km. (:

Monday, September 9th 2019, 4:41pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Monday: Maths!

I posted early, so I'm changing the question to avoid creating an unfair situation. Imagine an Eagle named White sitting on his nest located on the roof of a train station. White is a very ambitious eagle, he claims he is the fastest bird to have ever existed, and to prove that he used to race trains on his free time. But racing trains is simple! Now, he has a better challenge. He starts flying from his nest to a train that is moving toward the station, turns back just as he reaches the train's ...

Monday, September 9th 2019, 4:21pm

Author: Ungoliant

Back to School Week - Monday: Maths!

Quoted from "Innos" Using only addition, how do you add eight 8’s and get the number 1000 888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1000.

Sunday, September 1st 2019, 12:27am

Author: Ungoliant

[NUMBERS] Big Fat Monthly Lottery - September Draw

7 - 28 - 46 - 19 5 - 9 - 23 - 31 8 - 35 - 41 - 13 1 - 2 - 3- 4

Friday, August 9th 2019, 10:18pm

Author: Ungoliant

Assasin's Battle Axe

I know Diversantkha would sell one to you if you were a Magmar, but no idea about Human marketplace :p

Sunday, July 14th 2019, 7:07pm

Author: Ungoliant

Petition

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Friday, June 28th 2019, 12:04am

Author: Ungoliant

[NUMBERS] Big Fat Monthly Lottery - July Draw

22 - 13 - 17 - 43 15 - 11 - 37 - 12 09 - 05 - 14 - 27 01 - 42 - 04 - 32

Wednesday, June 5th 2019, 1:30pm

Author: Ungoliant

Liusaidh's Challenges in June 2019

Quoted from "Ungoliant" That wasn't particularly hard I think I cannot add the screenshot here, shall I share the link to the website I uploaded to? 3:25 You sold Diamond Dust 1000 pcs. Received: <img src="http://warofdragons.com/images/m_game3.gif" align="absmiddle" /> 3 <img src="http://warofdragons.com/images/m_game2.gif" align="absmiddle" /> 96 .

Wednesday, May 29th 2019, 3:03pm

Author: Ungoliant

[NUMBERS] Big Fat Monthly Lottery - June Draw

9 - 17 - 34 - 38 6 - 16 - 20 - 35 7 - 15 - 35 - 47 2 - 7 - 21 - 44