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Because it is too gross (2 × 144 - two gross).
Both weigh the same.
They both have 4 quarters.
When there are two of them.
Only one, after that the basket is not empty.
A half dollar.
At a yard sale.
None - they are copycats.
You have three apples.
Once; after that it is no longer 30 (Don’t try this in a test!)
It is the same. One pound is twice of half pound.
The letter ‘e’.
Cut XII into two halves horizontally. You get VII on the top half.
All of them.
Put it in front of a mirror.
The letter e.
In the river bank
Otherwise it would be a foot.
They need to be changed.
10, 5 on each side.
Wow, have I got problems!
SEVEN take away S becomes EVEN
One hour. You walk across the bridge as you normally would, and after half an hour, you’ve reached the middle of the bridge, and the guard wakes up. Right before he wakes up, turn around and face the other direction so that the guard will think that you were heading the opposite direction. The guard will automatically carry you back to the side where he thought you came from, which is the side you wanted to go to.
One (the narrator)
Those who understand binary and those who don’t
Because it had more cents.
It grew square roots.
To get to the same side.
To Times Square.
A roamin' numeral.
They had nothing in common.
I’ve told you n times, I’ve told you n+1 times.
The message is ‘The number you have dialed is imaginary. Please, rotate your phone by 90 degrees and try again…’
They were right for each other.
Because X was always 10.
His parents wouldn’t Cosine.
It was a ‘mean’ thing to say!
Because there is no point!
They use sine language.
Decimals always have a point.
One: he gives it to three physicists, thus reducing it to a problem that has already been solved.
The answer is trivial and is left as an exercise for the reader.
Stop touching me.
Because of all the natural logs.
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