What letter comes next in this sequence:
Y Y H L Y E Y T ==?==
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Hint: This is a well known sequence.
The last letter of September.
How can you throw a ball so that it goes a short distance, comes to a total stop, reverses its motion, and then goes the opposite way.
You are not allowed to bounce it against anything, hit it with anything, or tie it to anything.
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Hint: Try throwing something to see if you can make it do the same.
Answer: Throw it in the air.
Imagine you have a block that is very large and a number of logs, 2 feet in circumference.
If the block is on the logs and pushed, how far will the block move for each full turn of a log?
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Hint: Try this with a coin.
Answer: 4 feet.
If we consider the logs on their own for a moment, for each full turn, they will travel 2 feet (in relation to the floor).
However, at the same time, the block on top will also travel 2 feet (in relation to the logs).
For a total movement of 4 feet for the block on top.
Which fruit comes next in this sequence:
banana pear kiwi tomato
Choose from: peach lemon plum guava.
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Hint: Look at the second letter in each word.
The second letter of the words are the vowels in order.