228. Reduce the high-flown language below to a common saying:
One who retires to his nightly repose at an hour deemed not too tardy and gets up in the same manner, will tend to keep himself in good physical condition, good monetary condition and sapient.
229. What 2 words, formed from different arrangements of the same nine letters,
will complete the sentence below?
The movie star used dogs as bodyguards because he felt that his ___________ could fend off any _____________ with ease.
230. The math department was making arrangements for a farewell luncheon to honor one of their retiring colleagues. They calculated that it would cost each person $30. "It's lucky that there aren't five fewer of us to split the bill, or it would be $10 more each", said one of the math teachers. How many people would be splitting the bill, and how much did the luncheon cost?
232. In the written numbers from one to ninety-nine, many of the letters of the alphabet are excluded. There are no A's, B's, C's, D's, J's, K's, M's, P's, Q's or Z's!! And the letter L is only used 2 times. In a 10 second time limit can you name the two numbers that use the letter L?
233. If Boston is east of New York, cross out all the A's. If not, cross out the R's. If Paris is south of New York, cross out all the O's. If
not, cross out the I's. If Sri Lanka is in Asia, cross out the B's and U's. If not, cross out the C's. The remaining letters will tell you
whether you've found the right answer.
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238. Five kids entered a contest to guess how many jelly beans were in a jar. Alice guessed 45, Betty guessed 39, Charlie guess 49, Don guessed 50 and Earl guessed 47. One of them was off by 6, one by 5, one by 2, and one by 4. One was right. How many marbles were in the jar?