Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

After the death of his elder brother Tsar Aleksandr I, Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich was declared Emperor.............

Roughly speaking what are the dates to which the term "prehistory" is applied?

What was the subject of the majority of the published works of Augustinian friar, Gregor Mendel, whose..................

The metropolitan area of Ottawa is in Quebec and which other Canadian province?

In October 2009, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the 2016 Summer Olympics from 5....................

What fictional newspaper was edited by Perry White?

Urticaria affects what part of the body?

Lavalava is a word common in the South Pacific. What does it mean?

If the map of South America were thought of as a human head viewed in profile, facing to its left, what could...........

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1*3=3 3+1=4 4+1=5 5*3=15 15+1=16 16+1=17

Can you find a number such that if we multiply that number by 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6, then the resultant number contains same all digits (of course in a different place)

Create the number 24 using (all of) 1,3,4 and 6. You may add, subtract, multiply and divide. Parentheses are free. You must use each digit only once. Note that you may not "glue" digits together. Powers are not allowed.

Guess a number 1-10, multiply it by 2, now add with 54 and divide by 2. Lastly, subtract the number you guessed 1-10. What number are you left with, and what is unusual about it?

Given below is a figure. You have to fill in the numbers from 1 up to 16 in such a way that you get 29 when you add the numbers in each row.