Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Which of the countries has had a prime minister whose name featured the name of his country?
Which of the gulf city was a dependency of Bombay Presidency under British rule for almost a century?
What is the maximum size of an integer array in C?
With which field is Enrico Fermi associated?
When was the first public passenger train run in India and from where to where?
How many balls are there
in java array program
In which state of Australia would you find the area known as the Wheatbelt?
Which military bugle call is traditionally played to get soldiers out of bed?
Using only 3 straight lines and without lifting your pencil, can you connect all the dots?
Sixteen nodes are shown below and you need to connect them based on the following rule:
Every node can be connected to the number of nodes inside them, i.e. the first node there is a value of 1 which indicates that the first node can connect to exactly one node only.
Can you do it?
Nine dots are placed in three rows of each three dots, as shown in the picture. These nine dots must be connected by four straight, connected lines (i.e. without 'lifting up the pen' in between).
Can you solve the 12 dot puzzle? The challenge is to connect every dot with five straight lines. However, each line must connect to the last (think about a pen you cannot pick up from the paper). The twist to this is that the last line must end at the beginning of the first line.
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