Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

What book was published by Florence Nightingale in 1860?

Where was the Year of the Great Stink (1858) which led to the installation of an efficient underground sewage system?

What was the first National lottery held in England intended to raise money for?

What nationality was Paul René Gauguin ( grandson of Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin), painter, graphic artist.......

What nest at Sandy Cape, the most northern point on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia................

What is the second longest named river in the USA, which runs from Lake Itasca, Minnesota, to the Gulf of Mexico?

When did the first underground segment of the New York City Subway open, connecting New York City Hall with Harlem?

A 2 stroke engine, used in such devices as chainsaws, is fuelled by a mixture of petrol and what other liquid?

Which country, once part of the Republic of Gran Colombia under Simon Bolivar, became independent in 1830...............

There are 100 coins scattered in a dark room. 90 have heads facing up and 10 are facing tails up. You cannot tell which coins are which. How do you sort the coins into two piles that contain the same number of tails up coins?

100 coins are lying flat on a table. 10 of them are heads up and 90 are tails up. How can you split the coins into two piles such that there are same number of heads up in each pile?

You are going to flip 8 fair coins in total and three of the first four have already landed tails. What do you expect the total count of tails to be when you're finished flipping all 8 coins?

Find amounts of money that can be made up in two ways so that one set of coins has twice as many coins as the other (but not using only 1c and 2c coins). e.g. 71c is 50c, 20c, 1c (3 coins) or 20c, 20c, 20c, 5c, 5c, 1c (6 coins)