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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 12 Nov '06 00:21
    of the following sentence:

    His genes cup Al.

    Round the answer to the nearest tenth.
  2. 12 Nov '06 12:49
    How can a sentence have a mass? Mass is a way to measure matter.
  3. 12 Nov '06 17:22 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by ICU2
    How can a sentence have a mass? Mass is a way to measure matter.
    I'm guessing it has something to do with the mass of aluminum, but Al does not have genetic material, so I have no idea.

    Unless you take the individual letters of the sentence as elements on the periodic table. Hmm, let me think about that one.
  4. 12 Nov '06 17:35
    H = Hydrogen = 1.008
    I = Iodine = 126.90
    S = Sulfur = 32.07

    Ge = Germanium = 72.61
    Ne = Neon = 20.18
    S = Sulfur = 32.07

    Cu = Copper = 63.55
    P = Phosphorus = 30.97

    Al = Aluminum = 26.98

    Atomic mass = 406.338 g/mol


    *note: This is not actually a valid compound, so the atomic mass has no real meaning.
  5. 12 Nov '06 18:21
    Nice! But he should have said "atomic mass".
  6. 12 Nov '06 18:59
    There is a mass in my local chapel every Sunday at 9.00am 10.0am 11.00am 12.00pm.

    the priest isn't called Al, he hasn't a cup but he has a big chalice instead, but he does wear Jeans (when he ain't buggering small boys)
  7. 12 Nov '06 19:30
    Originally posted by ICU2
    Nice! But he should have said "atomic mass".
    How easy would it have been if I had said atomic mass.