12. 60 ounces. You only mentioned the weight of the bottle, so, if it was 120 ounces the wine weighed 60 ounces.

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by **davie nine**

» 11:58 30 May 2020

» 11:58 30 May 2020

12. 60 ounces. You only mentioned the weight of the bottle, so, if it was 120 ounces the wine weighed 60 ounces.

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by **IJN**

» 12:29 30 May 2020

» 12:29 30 May 2020

Returnofthepob wrote:IJN wrote:Returnofthepob wrote: 10. 12 times

You can’t count 12:00 twice.

I don’t ...

Also I don’t understand 11 as the answer ...

From noon, 12 hours = midnight

If you count noon as first cross time hands cross (as per the question)

1:00pm = 2nd time

2:00pm = 3rd

3:00pm = 4th

4:00pm = 5th

5:00pm = 6th

6:00pm = 7th

7:00pm = 8th

8:00pm = 9th

9:00m = 10th

10:00pm = 11th

11:00pm = they cross for a 12th time right?

12:00am (midnight) end but hands don’t cross they just “meet”

Or am I missing something very obvious.

They will cross each other eleven times as indicated at the times below.

1). 12:00 2). 1:05 3). 2:10 4). 3:16 5). 4:21 6). 5:27 7). 6:32 8). 7:38 9). 8:43 10). 9:49 11). 10:54.

You cannot count 12:00 twice.

If you consider several twelve hour periods in a row, the twelve o'clock coincidence occurs only once in each cycle.

Therefore it is counted initially or at the end.

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by **IJN**

» 12:30 30 May 2020

» 12:30 30 May 2020

davie nine wrote: 12. 60 ounces. You only mentioned the weight of the bottle, so, if it was 120 ounces the wine weighed 60 ounces.

Nope.

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by **Returnofthepob**

» 14:07 30 May 2020

» 14:07 30 May 2020

IJN wrote:Returnofthepob wrote:IJN wrote:Returnofthepob wrote: 10. 12 times

You can’t count 12:00 twice.

I don’t ...

Also I don’t understand 11 as the answer ...

From noon, 12 hours = midnight

If you count noon as first cross time hands cross (as per the question)

1:00pm = 2nd time

2:00pm = 3rd

3:00pm = 4th

4:00pm = 5th

5:00pm = 6th

6:00pm = 7th

7:00pm = 8th

8:00pm = 9th

9:00m = 10th

10:00pm = 11th

11:00pm = they cross for a 12th time right?

12:00am (midnight) end but hands don’t cross they just “meet”

Or am I missing something very obvious.They will cross each other eleven times as indicated at the times below.

1). 12:00 2). 1:05 3). 2:10 4). 3:16 5). 4:21 6). 5:27 7). 6:32 8). 7:38 9). 8:43 10). 9:49 11). 10:54.

You cannot count 12:00 twice.

If you consider several twelve hour periods in a row, the twelve o'clock coincidence occurs only once in each cycle.

Therefore it is counted initially or at the end.

Of course !!!

by **Pogleswoody**

» 18:00 30 May 2020

» 18:00 30 May 2020

IJN wrote:davie nine wrote: 12. 60 ounces. You only mentioned the weight of the bottle, so, if it was 120 ounces the wine weighed 60 ounces.

Nope.

Bottle weighs 80

Wine weighs 40.

Bottle weighs twice as much as the wine.

by **Returnofthepob**

» 17:37 31 May 2020

» 17:37 31 May 2020

Pogleswoody wrote:IJN wrote:davie nine wrote: 12. 60 ounces. You only mentioned the weight of the bottle, so, if it was 120 ounces the wine weighed 60 ounces.

Nope.

Bottle weighs 80

Wine weighs 40.

Bottle weighs twice as much as the wine.

I already suggested this on page 1.

Well I said just under 40 ounces as you have to account for the weight of the cork.

I’m claiming the goal

Sorry poggles I touched it just before it crossed the line.

by **Pogleswoody**

» 17:46 31 May 2020

» 17:46 31 May 2020

Returnofthepob wrote:Pogleswoody wrote:IJN wrote:

Nope.

Bottle weighs 80

Wine weighs 40.

Bottle weighs twice as much as the wine.

I already suggested this on page 1.

Well I said just under 40 ounces as you have to account for the weight of the cork.

I’m claiming the goal

Sorry poggles I touched it just before it crossed the line.

Do I get a cyst??

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by **Pogleswoody**

» 18:03 01 Jun 2020

» 18:03 01 Jun 2020

IJN wrote: I must admit that's exactly what I thought.

I did the 11 Plus in 1962 and that seemed a similar sort of question .... except orange squash not wine!!

by **Cheltgreen**

» 21:10 01 Jun 2020

» 21:10 01 Jun 2020

IJN wrote: Here we go again.

'Rules' are, only one until the quiz needs your expert help.

1. At 7 am a train moving at 90 kph leaves Birmingham heading for London. At 8 a.m. An identical train travelling at 110 kph leaves London heading for Birmingham. Which train will be closer to London when they meet?d

Micky D

However, if you consider that the point at which "they meet" is when the 'front' of each train meets (i.e. imagine they are kissing), then technically, the back of the train from London is still closer to London than the one from Birmingham.

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by **pafcprogs**

» 07:21 02 Jun 2020

» 07:21 02 Jun 2020

The only one left is number 8

I think the answer is never...if the boy is taking three paces to the mans two the man will always be leading off his right foot.

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by **Gary S**

» 09:19 02 Jun 2020

» 09:19 02 Jun 2020

pafcprogs wrote: The only one left is number 8

I think the answer is never...if the boy is taking three paces to the mans two the man will always be leading off his right foot.

Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Unless the question is asking when their left feet will

be in motion at the same time, in which case it would be during their second steps.

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