766. One of the following is the odd word out. Which one and why?

apocryphal, spurious, indubitable, disingenuous, illegitimate

indubitable, which means "without a doubt." The others mean doubtful, fictitious, and not genuine.

767. Can you tell what number comes next in this strange sequence?

3415826
345826
34586
4586 ?

586. The smallest number gets dropped each time.

768. Bryan is now twice as old as Jennifer. Ten years ago, he was four times
as old. Ten years from now, Jennifer will be five-eights Bryan's age. How old are they now?

Bryan is 30; Jennifer is 15.

769. Replace the number signs with mathematical symbols to make this equation
work:

7 # 7 # 77 # 7 # 7 = 497

7 + 77 * 7 - 7 * 7 = 497.

770. The following nine letters can be anagrammed to form a three-word, rather
bizarre way of wishing a person good luck.

A A B E E G K L R

771. Mary has seven passwords for seven computers at work.
She has to match
each password with its respective computer. If Mary picks one of the passwords and one of the computers to see if she has a match, what is the
probability she will be successful?

1 out of 7. Since each of the passwords is valid for one of the computers, each has an equal probability of being correct. Most people choose one out of 49; so do not feel bad if you got it wrong.

772. Here is an interesting math puzzle that is not as difficult as it
appears. Can you find a number that when divided by 2, has a remainder of 1; when divided by 3, has a remainder of 2; when divided by 4, has a remainder
of 3; and when divided by 5, has a remainder of 4?

119. You are looking for a number that is 1 less than a multiple of 2 through 5, or (2 x 3 x 4 x 5) - 1.

773. All the vowels (including "y") have been removed from the following
quotation. Can you read it?

RSBNTHRNMWLDSMLLSSWT

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

774. Change the first letter of each pair of words to form a new pair of
words. Place the letter, the same for each pair, on the blank line in the middle. When you have finished all the pairs, you will have a new word
reading down.

SLAM _____ SAME

DATER _____ FINGER

IRE _____ AVER

CHINE _____ BRING

PASTY _____ RESTLE

775. Find the six-digit number in which the first digit is three times the second;
the third is one more than the second; the fourth is one-fifth the last; and the fifth is the sum of the first and fourth.

776. Can you name the six states that border Wyoming?

South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Idaho and Montana.

777. Write the number 76 using three consecutive numbers between 1 and 9
inclusive, using each number once only. You may use any of the mathematical operational signs: +, -, x and ÷.

778. The following definitions require some thought. The explanation
includes all the facts. Ex: To study; twisted rope. Pore. (The word "rope" twisted into "pore.")

Got stuck in the middle of a set for ten.

779. Can you think of three consecutive numbers that, when each is cubed and the
three cubes are added together, form a number, whose cube root is the fourth consecutive number?

3, 4, 5. 3 cubed + 4 cubed + 5 cubed = 6 cubed. 27 + 64 + 125 = 216.

780. All of the following, except one, are different types of climates.
Which one is the odd one out?

continental, monsoon, desert, polar, temperate, mountain, oceanic