811. The numbers 11, 22, 26, 101, 111, and 836 share an interesting mathematical characteristic. What is it? Hint: Backward and forward, I may go, but either way I won't be slow; 'cause it makes no difference in this game: the path I take is exactly the same.
813. James is now one-third his brother Joes age. Four years ago, he was one-seventh his brother's age. Six years from now, he will be half his brother's age. How old are they now? Hint: Neither is 20 yet.
817. Each of the following definitions can be answered by two words that
rhyme. Fill in the answers.
A greeting to a baked dessert
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A very up-to-date fish
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A plate of piscatorial fodder
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823. What two words, formed from different arrangements of the same seven letters,
can be used to complete the sentence below?
The cause was _________, but it was evident that something serious had happened at the nearby _________ facility.
824. When you travel to work going 50 mph, you arrive too early when you leave at a specified time. When you travel 40 mph, you arrive too late, leaving at that same time. In both cases, you arrive exactly as early as you arrive late (i.e., time early = time late). How fast should you go to get to work on time, leaving at the same time?