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Cancamuso 4 year s ago
A basket full of eggs. If you put the eggs in boxes of 3 there is 1 egg left behind. If you put them on groups of 4 there is 1 egg left behind. In groups of 5 or 6 there is also 1 egg left behind. If you put them in boxes of 7 eggs they will fill them all perfectly.

QUESTION> How many eggs do we have in the basket?

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And old man and his apprentice are watching the sunset when exactly 100 seagulls pass flying. They hunt one and the next day there are 99... they hunt another one.

The old man asks the young boy: "After we've hunted them all down, how many seagulls did we watch flying?
       
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What is next in this sequence of numbers: 1, 11, 21, 1211, 111221, 312211, ______?

Answer: 13112221.

Explanation: Each sequence of numbers is a verbal representation of the sequence before it. Thus, starting with 1, the next sequence would be "one one," or "11." That sequence is followed by "two one," or "21," and so on and so forth.

Still confused? Here's a good explanation by Reddit user hankthetank921:

The first number is just ONE (amount) "1" (0-9 numeral). So if you say there's ONE "1" (seriously just say it aloud) the next number would be an 11. Then there are TWO "1's", creating 21. Then ONE "2" and ONE "1" which creates 1,211. Then ONE "1", ONE "2", and TWO "1's" creating 111,221 ... and so on.

 

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