- 14 Dec '05 04:16 / 1 editHere's a fairly simple puzzler...

What is the square root of bread?

Keep in mind that this is not a joke, and that the answer does in fact have a numerical value that can be calculated if you think about it long enough.

Edit: If no one can figure it out, I shall post a hint to get you started... - 14 Dec '05 04:18

10 cents on the dollar.*Originally posted by Wildfire***Here's a fairly simple puzzler...**

What is the square root of bread?

Keep in mind that this is not a joke, and that the answer does in fact have a numerical value that can be calculated if you think about it long enough.

Edit: If no one can figure it out, I shall post a hint to get you started... - 14 Dec '05 19:56

Well, the first possibility is that the letters stand for numbers. No, that doesn't work because r would have two digits. Well, let's do it anyway.*Originally posted by Wildfire***Here's a fairly simple puzzler...**

What is the square root of bread?

Keep in mind that this is not a joke, and that the answer does in fact have a numerical value that can be calculated if you think about it long enough.

Edit: If no one can figure it out, I shall post a hint to get you started...

Bread = 218514 or 2*18*5*1*4 - 14 Dec '05 20:00 / 1 edit

hmmm....*Originally posted by Wildfire*

What is the square root of bread?

Keep in mind that this is not a joke, and that the answer does in fact have a numerical value that can be calculated if you think about it long enough.

Edit: If no one can figure it out, I shall post a hint to get you started...

grain?

Or would that be the cube root?