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Richard-Business Eng
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I hope your brain doesn't explode... :)

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Which one of the five is least like the other four:








Because badminton does not involve a ball.


OCEAN is to AENCO as 89653 is to:    85369  56398  56389  or  65398

O = 8

C = 9

E = 6

A = 5

N = 3



Tina, who is 16 years old, is 4 times as old as her brother.

How old will she be when she is twice as old as he?

42  23  32   or  24


Mar 15, 2018 6:52 PM
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Actually you wrote that we have to click on the blue line to  get the answers and I did the same so I got the answers
March 15, 2018
Badminton is the terrible word here for it consists of bad... Billiard is a bill and I hope that's not a loan, otherwise I'll immediately change my answer. Baseball is just your monthly salary. Golf is a go, a step ahead and football is a measure of length. At the end we get all measures except for badminton. Lol
March 15, 2018
I got badminton correct, but not for the reason it has a birdie instead of the ball, but because it's the worst word in the list ahaha. The last answer I did not manage to work out at all, thinking: why these numbers if they are not even close to mine. And the ocean is just the ocean... I feel my IQ test results would be the worst lol
March 15, 2018


No, no, no... you're not allowed to use Persian to answer the English question... :) ... good try, but that's not fair... :)

But it is interesting that the badminton "birdie" or "shuttlecock" is called a ball in your language.

So if we allow the use of Persian, then you scored 3 out of 3.
But if we use English, then you scored 2 out of 3, which is impressive nonetheless... well done Sum...

March 15, 2018

I got the last two but I failed the first one.

I answered billiards because it involves more than one ball, unlike the other options, and I stand by my choice because first of all, billiards does indeed differ from the other options in terms of number and secondly, we call "the thing" that's used for playing badminton a ball in my native language (Persian). Even though it isn't a ball in the exact sense of the word, but it's still called a "badminton ball" in Persian.

March 15, 2018
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Richard-Business Eng
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