782. Take one letter from a word meaning "someone who works in a financial
institution" and find a word meaning "someone who works in food preparation."
Take a word meaning "a piece of equipment from a child's playground," remove one letter, and find a word meaning "part of a building."
783. If our number system were based on 12, instead of 10, our first 12 numbers would look something like this: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, X, Y, 10. Knowing this, what would our numbers 94 and 95 look like in the Base 12 number system.
786. What two words, formed from different arrangements of the same eight letters,
can be used to complete the sentence below?
The wealthy elderly husband eventually __________ himself to the idea that his lovely young bride was only happy when wearing __________ clothes.
787. Let's try another one of these:
What four words, formed from different arrangements of the same five letters, can be used to complete the sentence below?
The acrobat _________ as he regards the _________ ahead of him. He had spoken to his coach, who seems to have had a ________ of memory and failed to heed his _________ for an easier training course.
789. One of the words below does not belong with the rest. Which one is the
odd one out? HINT: Do not consider meaning, parts of speech, consonants, vowels, or syllables.
storm abate thread opal highway notary
791. Al, Betty, Connie, David, and Emil competed in a 100-meter foot race.
David was faster that Connie, Betty was faster that David, Connie was faster that Al, but Betty was faster that Connie and Emil. Which statement is
A) David was faster than Al and Connie.
B) Both Al and Betty were faster than David.
C) David was faster than Al but slower than Connie.
794. In the strange land of Bizzaro, they have a different temperature scale than ours. Water freezes at 47 degrees (Bizzaro) and boils at 137 degrees (Bizzaro). Can you calculate the formula for converting the Bizzaro system to Fahrenheit?