Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

Which "Great Fire" is believed to have started at the bakery of Thomas Farriner (or Farynor) on Pudding Lane?

Who was the last head of state of the USSR, serving from 1988 until 1991, and the only Soviet leader....................

What is the correct title for the country known as San Marino?

The Battle of Verdun and the Battle of the Somme were fought during which war?

What is maqam?

The source of what river did Scottish physician and explorer Dr David Livingstone set out to find in 1866?

What is the Caspian Sea Monster?

A type of work produced in the 14th century in Europe and later, often called faience, is characterised by what?

Which infectious disease, usually occurring in childhood, is characterised by eruptions of successive crops of vesicles?

Find the mistake in these mathematical equations. x = 2 x(x-1) = 2(x-1) x2-x = 2x-2 x2-2x = x-2 x(x-2) = x-2 x = 1

Find the value of all these with the help of the equations below. If Pastry + Icecream + Pizza + Donut = 24 Pastry + Donut = Icecream Pizza - Donut = 2 Pastry + Pastry - 1 = Icecream Then Pastry = ? Pizza = ? Icecream = ? Donut = ?

The following is my attempt at proving that 1<-1 . In which of these steps did I first make a mistake? Step 1: Let i = sqrt(-1) then i^2 = -1 and i^4=1. Step 2: Hence, we have i^2 < i^4 Step 3: We divide both sides by i to get i < i^3. Step 4: We divide both sides by i again to get 1<i^2 or 1 < -1

Find the value of a, b, c , d in the following equations?

a + b = 8 + + c + d = 8 = = 13 8

Can you find digits that make equations true in the following alphametic puzzles (cryptarithms)?

RE + MI = FA DO + SI = MI LA + SI = SOL