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The question–answer relationship (QAR) strategy helps students understand the different types of questions. By learning that the answers to some questions are “Right There” in the text, that some answers require a reader to “Think and Search,” and that some answers can only be answered “On My Own,” students recognize that they must first consider the question before developing an answer.

## How to use question–answer relationship

1. Explain to students that there are four types of questions they will encounter. Define each type of question and give an example.

Four types of questions are examined in the QAR:

• Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text.
• Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.
• Author and You: These questions are based on information provided in the text but the student is required to relate it to their own experience. Although the answer does not lie directly in the text, the student must have read it in order to answer the question.
• On My Own: These questions do not require the student to have read the passage but he/she must use their background or prior knowledge to answer the question.

3. Have predetermined questions you will ask after you stop reading. When you have finished reading, read the questions aloud to students and model how you decide which type of question you have been asked to answer.

4. Show students how find information to answer the question (i.e., in the text, from your own experiences, etc.).

An elementary teacher demonstrates the QAR strategy in this video from the Virginia Department of Education. Watch question-answer relationship in action

## Examples

In this lesson, students apply the question–answer relationship strategy to word problems that refer to data displayed in a table.

## Differentiated instruction

### for second language learners, students of varying reading skill, and younger learners

• Have students work together to form questions about the text, find the answers and share with the whole class.

## See the research that supports this strategy

Raphael, T.E., Au, K.H. (2005). QAR: Enhancing comprehension and test taking across grades and content areas. The Reading Teacher, 59, 206-221.

## Children’s books to use with this strategy

One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference by Kate Smith Milway , illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes (Kids Can)

This fictionalized story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana, who changes his world with a small loan and one hen, is based on a real person. Kwabena Darko lives in West Africa and started a system of micro-loans in villages that would not otherwise have access. Additional resources and sources for further information allow readers to find out more.

How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham (Candlewick 2008)

Children often see what adults miss, and so it is when Will finds a pigeon with a broken wing on the sidewalk of a busy city. Will and his parents, help the bird recover over time then release it. Limited text and well paced and placed illustrations tell the affecting story.

Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City by Janet Schulman , illustrated by Meilo So (Knopf)

Stunning watercolors evoke the height and breadth of New York City while a dramatic text relates the true story of a now-famous feathered resident, a hawk named Pale Male. The tension between the lifestyle of Pale Male and human residents as well as the fate of Pale Male’s mates and offspring create riveting reading.

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# The Human Difference: How Humans are Unique Compared to All Other Animals

## Are Humans Unique?

Evolutionary biology proposes that humans evolved from ape-like ancestors. If this is true then we are nothing more than glorified apes. However, compared to our closest relatives , scientific research indicates that humans are unique on many fronts, including creativity, personality, abstract thinking, and moral judgment.

The Bible makes the claim that humans alone are created in the image of God. 1 What exactly does this mean? Some have equated the image of God as being the physical characteristics of our bodies that make up the way we look. In fact, the Mormons have taken this interpretation to extreme by saying that God is just an exalted man, who has a body of flesh and bones. 1 However, the Bible says that both males and females are created in the image of God. 2 Unless God were a hermaphrodite (having both male and female sexual organs), this phrase could not refer to just physical characteristics. In addition, there are various verses in the Bible that describe God as having non-human physical characteristics, such as feathers and wings. 3 Should we think of God as being an overgrown chicken? Certainly not! God is so unlike humans physically, that the Bible often paints word pictures to give us a glimpse of what God is like.

### Creativity

So if the image of God does not refer to physical characteristics, what does it refer to? It is certainly likely that part of the image of God refers to the ability of humans to be creative. Anthropology tells us that sophisticated works of art first appeared in the fossil record about 40,000-50,000 years ago, 4 at the time that moderns humans first appeared. No other species of animal, including the apes, are able to create and understand images of art and drawing.

### Consciousness

Human consciousness is a mystery that has evaded decades of intensive research by neurophysiologists. According to a recent article:

When an organism s neural pathways grow sufficiently complex, materialists insist, their firings are somehow accompanied by consciousness. But despite decades of effort by philosophers and neurophysiologists, no one has been able to come up with a remotely plausible explanation of how this happens–how the hunk of gray meat in our skull gives rise to private Technicolor experience. One distinguished commentator on the mind-body problem, Daniel Dennett, author of Consciousness Explained, has been driven to declare that there is really no such thing as consciousness–we are all zombies, though we re unaware of it. 5

### Personality

Another thing that makes humans unique is personality. According to Joseph LeDoux, a neuroscientist at New York University:

We have no idea how our brains make us who we are. There is as yet no neuroscience of personality. We have little understanding of how art and history are experienced by the brain. The meltdown of mental life in psychosis is still a mystery. In short, we have yet to come up with a theory that can pull all this together. 6

### Abstract thinking

Is the human brain that much different from that of our closest relatives, the chimpanzees? According to Daniel J. Povinelli, from the University of Louisiana s New Iberia Research Center

Humans constantly invoke unobservable phenomena and variables to explain why certain things are happening. Chimps operate in the world of concrete, tangible things that can be seen. The content of their minds is about the observable world. 7

Insight into how chimpanzees really think can be seen in some recent experiments performed by Dr. Povinelli. In these experiments, the researchers used the chimps natural begging gesture to examine how they really think about their world. They confronted the chimps with two familiar experimenters, one offering a piece of food and the other holding out an undesirable block of wood. As expected, the chimps had no trouble distinguishing between the block and the food and immediately gestured to the experimenter offering the food. Next, the researchers wanted to see if the chimps would be able to choose between a person who could see them and a person who could not. If the chimpanzees understood how other animals see, they would gesture only to the person who could see them. The researchers achieved the seeing/not-seeing contrast by having the two experimenters adopt different postures. In one test, one experimenter wore a blindfold over her eyes while the other wore a blindfold over her mouth. In the other tests, one of the experimenters wore a bucket over her head, placed her hands over her eyes or sat with her back turned to the chimpanzee. All these postures were modeled after the behaviors that had been observed during the chimpanzees spontaneous play. The results of the experiments were astonishing. In the tests involving blindfolds, buckets and hands over the eyes–the apes entered the lab and paused but then were just as likely to gesture to the person who could not see them as to the person who could. In several cases, the chimps gestured to the person who could not see them and then, when nothing happened, gestured again, as if puzzled by the fact that the experimenter did not respond. In the case of experimenters facing with their backs to the chimps, they performed as if they knew that those facing way from them could not see and offer them food. However, subsequent experiments proved that the chimps had merely responded to conditioning from the initial experiments, since they had only received food from those experimenters who faced them. This was proven by having experimenters facing away from the chimps, but then turning to look over their shoulders. The chimps were just as likely to gesture to the experimenters facing away as the one who turned to look at them. Chimpanzees have no clue that humans must face them in order to see. It is obvious from these experiments that chimpanzees lack even a simple understanding of how their world works, but merely react to conditioning from directly observable events. 8

Other researchers have noted that chimpanzees do not understand the cause and effect of their actions. Apes will climb onto a box to reach fruit, but if the box is absent, will place on the ground beneath the fruit a sheet of paper and stand upon it. 9

A more recent study examined the ability of human infants and young chimpanzees to help human adults. 10 18-month-old human infants and young chimpanzees were presented with four categories of problems: out-of-reach objects, access thwarted by a physical obstacle, achieving a wrong (correctable) result, and using a wrong (correctable) means. While human infants could perform all four tasks, chimpanzees could only perform the first task. As in previous studies, chimpanzees were unable to discern when an individual failed at a simple task and how he could help. The researchers concluded:

A number of theorists have claimed that human beings cooperate with one another and help one another (especially non-kin) in ways not found in other animal species (26 28). This is almost certainly so, and the current results demonstrate that even very young children have a natural tendency to help other persons solve their problems, even when the other is a stranger and they receive no benefit at all. 10

### Body, soul, spirit

Besides the rather obvious differences in the way animals process information in their brains, the Bible (and science) confirm that there are major differences in the ways humans make moral judgments (animals don t make such judgments, as we shall see). Part of what is meant by the term in the image of God can be found in chapters immediately following its first usage (Genesis 1) in the Bible. Both Adam and Eve had a personal relationship with God in the Garden of Eden. Such a personal relationship is not described, nor seen, for any other animal species. It is the presence of a spirit that was instilled into humans 11 that separates us from the animals. There are three kinds of life that God has created in this universe:

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Scrivens sat at the end of an elongated red brick shoebox row of shops. There was a hardware store, a greengrocers, a hairdressers, a rather strange woman’s clothes shop – which for some reason sold toys – and finally Scrivens, a strange L-shaped grocery cum newsagents. It was here where you spent your pocket money. You’d lean your bike against the window and head in, straight to the angled display of chocolate bars. A sensory overload of colours, shapes and tastes. There are so many memories tied up with the first thrill of autonomy, to hold in your hand that coin which is yours, to do with what you want. What do you spend your money on? Sweets obviously!

They claim that 70% of chocolate bar purchases are impulse driven but there’s so much more to confectionery than the confectionery itself. Often those decisions are based just as much on what happened years ago, as it is on what is in the present. The texture and luxurious taste are only one small part of the nostalgic feeling that one associates with that indulgence.

Despite manufacturers constantly rebranding and repackaging trusted franchises, people have grown up with them and they are an integral part of peoples lives. You can’t underestimate the joy of running ones fingernail along the foil covered crevices of a four bar KitKat. The disappointment of getting the letter p, again, on your Smarties lid. The thrill of a free piece of cardboard with a Bounty or the anticipation of laying your Mars Bar on its front and disrobing it, revealing bit by bit your opulent quarry.

Whilst I have become a self-confessed chocolate snob, I acknowledge and appreciate the role that these bars have had in my life. So in a tribute to the everyday enemy foot solider in the battle of obesity, I decided to find the best ten chocolate bars of Britain. Obviously there has to be criteria. Without rules we’d be looking at confectionery chaos.

No solid chocolate bars – Dairy Milk, Yorkies and Buttons are all out.

It has to cost under a pound – so no fancy continental creation, or family sized treats.

No seasonal products – Cream Eggs a no go, despite being an annual event these bad boys are only (supposedly) available between Boxing Day and Easter.

Has to be currently available – No place for Drifters, Spiras or Treets.

Most importantly it has to be chocolate based – Jelly Tots, Tooty Frooties and Haribo are all firm favourites, but no chocolate, so no place on the list.

## This is my top ten

### Mars Bar

Invented in 1937 in Slough, it’s hard not to include this as the first entry on the list, it feels like the ultimate indulgence. I have spent many hours refining the best way to devour one. First chill the bar for 30 minutes in the fridge. Cut off the ends of the bar with a sharp knife, then lay the unwrapped bar on it’s top and make two incisions, where the sides meet the bottom layer of chocolate, along the length of the bar. Carefully chisel out the nougat section, so you’re left with the top, caramel and sides in a U-shape. Eat the nougat, fold in the sides and enjoy.

### Fry’s Chocolate Cream

It’s the confectionery equivalent to a PG Wodehouse story. Each of its seven sections of fondant filling are enrobed in a crisp dark chocolate, reminiscent of when sartorial elegance was part of everyday life. It actually feels like you’re waiting with your Man at the railway station, ready for a spot of shooting in the country. It’s one of the few chocolate bars which carries in its taste, the heritage the brand has.

### Galaxy Ripple

The brouhaha that went with the launch of Cadbury’s Twirl was simply a waste of time. There was already an incumbent on the coated rippled chocolate throne. It cost more than a Flake and tasted so much more like luxury, despite being made of Galaxy chocolate – which some have described as waxy, oily and cheap.

### Double Decker

Overly sweet without any feelings of decadence, this nougat-biscuit combination has unique properties. If you feel like a Double Decker, there is nothing similar with which to replace it, should you not have one to hand. There are memories of raisins lurking in the biscuit base, but I’m not sure whether they were meant to be there.

### Smarties

Whilst other pocket money treats came in flimsy paper wrapper, Smarties lived in a sturdy cardboard tube. With its alphabet-embossed coloured plastic lid and beautiful smooth rounded edges, it was the perfect diameter for little hands. Now in a flimsier hexagonal tube, with more colours, the wonder of having that many sweets in one packet is undiminished.

### Crunchie

Never has a snack item got the balance of chocolate to interior more correct than the Crunchie. From the golden wrapper to the rich golden interior – it’s a party in a bar. Due to its composition it’s impossible to eat without chipping the chocolate from the honeycomb for at least a part of the experience. There is something pleasingly gender neutral about the Crunchie.

Recently bought into the Dairy Milk stable, this was always sold as a seductive luxury item. Sensuous and seductive, from the gentle curves of the bar (which, for some reason, always reminded me of a Ford Sierra) to the unctuous caramel interior. Like all good treats, the Caramel shares the feeling that even though you’ve finished, there should be another piece left

### Maltesers

Targeted at women and sold as a lighter option to the more substantial bars on the market, this is a mistake. Although these crisp malt and chocolate spheres are lightweight, it’s the sheer quantity that give them their gravitas. With so many in a bag, a good rhythm can be established. I did go through a phase – which lasted about 10 years – of counting the amount in every bag I ate, 13 was a bad day, 20 a very good one, normally it was 16-17.

Surprisingly high in calories and remarkably bland in chocolate satisfaction. None the less there is something very alluring about the twin bars of a Twix, least of all the ways in which to eat them. Do you bite off the caramel first, or the biscuit? Nibble or bite? It is always more satisfying than you think and whilst a lot of confectionary doesn’t quite live up to there billing, the Twix does.

### Munchies

Munchies are what Rolos want to be when they grow up. Carrying a premium price, each gold-tipped tube contains chocolate cubes filled with caramel AND biscuit! I always feel a touch nauseous after eating a whole pack, but take this as a sign of value for money.

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UPDATE: May 18, 2017, 5:06 p.m. SGT Updated with the Ministry of Education’s new statement.

A math question apparently meant for 7-year-olds has left adults befuddled.

The bonus math question — which was first said to have originated on a first-grade level exam paper in Singapore — has been making the rounds on social media.

Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) later told Mashable that there were in fact no examinations for Primary 1 students.

The question shows a circular puzzle with five numbers in it. There are four corresponding blanks that are meant to be filled in, but no further information is given on how to solve it.

Adults have been unable to solve it.

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“Maybe Sheldon from the Big Bang Theory could have done this when he was seven,” said Facebook user Mingli Lin.

“I just finished my course on advanced applied math and I can’t solve this. Whoever set this is sick,” said user Jacky Wu.

## Where did the math question originally come from?

The question first surfaced on an online forum, posted by a user who claims that it was a bonus question taken from a Primary One, or first grade, examination paper.

But Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) initially couldn’t confirm this. “From the image, we are unable to ascertain if the question was from a school’s Primary 1 examination paper,” an MOE spokesperson said in a statement.

The MOE later told Mashable on Thursday that there were in fact “no examinations at Primary 1.”

However, the question bears a striking resemblance to one that has previously appeared on a math blog by Gordon Burgin, who calls himself an author of Maths Puzzles. (Mashable has reached out to Burgin for comment).

The two questions are almost identical, with only one difference. The bottom-left number in Mr Burgin’s puzzle is 20 instead of 2.

Image: gordon burgin

According to Burgin, the way to solve his puzzle is this:

Image: gordon burgin

## It’s not the first time an exam question has left people stumped

In 2015, people in Singapore were similarly unable to solve a math question nicknamed “Cheryl’s birthday.”

The question was first reported to be a fifth-grade level question, but was later revealed to be a ninth-grade Maths Olympiad question.

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Your guess is as good as mine.

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Zlloyd1, I know exactly what you mean! I hate assessment tests as well, particularly when they only give you an option between something bad and something awful. In those instances, just keep trying to chose the lesser of the two evils that more closely matches what you prefer. I personally think companies lose good people because of stupid assessment tests.

I lie on these things and fail. I tell the truth and still fail. wtf. whats sad is im an amazing person to work with/for but noone will ever know because of these stupid tests.

zlloyd1 – I am in the same position as you are. The assessment for target was painful to get through as 80% of the 2 choices I didn t agree with. IT was ridiculous.

Just Jill, I think those kinds of assessment tests are judging whether you are a social type of person or an analytical one so I d say the way to answer is dependent on the type of job for which you are applying. For example, if it s a sales job, I d answer being more social. If you are handling the company s taxes, answer more analytically. It s very job-type dependent.

What about the tests that ask what would your current or most recent employer say ranging from below other countries workers to much higher than your computer workers?

Sandi, I m not sure I understand the question. Are you saying that a test asked how your past employers would compare you and used examples that included worker from another country or computer workers ? If that s the question, I think it s awful that they asked such a question. It s insulting to workers in other countries (like they are somehow the complete and negative opposite of computer workers). and totally confusing for you. As far as how to answer it, if you really want the job, I d try to answer honestly about where you d place yourself in the range (tending toward a higher score than a lower one). Thanks, Kathy

Wow, Sofia, I am sorry that you were asked such odd questions. No wonder you are confused about how to answer them! As far as how to answer them, I d be guessing, but for the 1st one, I d talk about how you will ensure that the ostrich eggs will sell successfully through merchandising, operations, marketing, etc. For the 2nd one, I d just trying to come up with something not controversial (like don t get into politics, religion or anything prejudicial), maybe something like, I don t believe that breakfast is the most important meal because I haven t been eating it for years and it makes me feel awake and eager to face the day. Regarding the 3rd question, about the tortoise and the leopard (or in America, we d say the tortoise and the hare), I would say that if the tortoise won it was because smart, steady work ensures success because you are not rushing and making mistakes. In general, think what the questions are trying to get to . in these questions, they are trying to see if 1) you can put a plan together to successfully sell something (the eggs), 2) you can deal constructively with people who have a different opinion and 3) you will be careful and methodical in your work.

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Logic Games And Riddles

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##### Riddle 1

How can you add eight 8’s to get the number 1,000? (only use addition)

The key to this math riddle is realizing that the one place must be zero. 888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1,000

##### Riddle 2

Two fathers and two sons sat down to eat eggs for breakfast. They ate exactly three eggs, each person had an egg. The riddle is for you to explain how

How to Explain the Riddle

One of the ‘fathers’ is also a grandfather. Therefore the other father is both a son and a father to the grandson.

In other words, the one father is both a son and a father.

##### Riddle 3

Part I. What digit is the most frequent between the numbers 1 and 1,000 (inclusive)? To solve this riddle you don’t want to manually do all of the math but rather try to figure out a pattern.

The most common digit is ‘1.’ Can you figure out why? No hints until you try the next riddle because the next riddle is closely tied to this one.

Part II. What digit is the least frequent between the numbers 1 and 1,000?

0 is the least common digit even though 1,000 has three zero’s !

Explanations for both riddles

The digits 0 through 9 all follow the same pattern there is exactly 1 occurrence of each digit for every ten numbers.

• For instance the digit 2 appears once between 10 and 19, at 12. And 2 appears once between, 30 and 39 at 32.
• However, each of the digits 1 through 9 also appear in other numbers in the tens and hundreds place

Again, let’s look at 2 which appears in 20,21,22, 23, etc.. as well as 200,201, 202,203..

So to figure out how to answer the first riddle you had to see what distinguishes the number 1? Only that we are including 1,000 which would be the first ‘1’ in a new series of ten! In other words, the digit 1 only has a single extra occurrence (301 occurrences) compared to 2 or 3 or 9 which each have exactly 300 occurrences.

The reason that zero has the least (BY FAR at only 192 occurrences) is because zero does not have any equivalents to 22, 33, 44, 222, 3333 etc..

##### Riddle 4

Three guys rent a hotel room for the night. When they get to the hotel they pay the \$\$\\$30 \$\$ fee, then go up to their room. Soon the bellhop brings up their bags and gives the lawyers back \$5 because the hotel was having a special discount that weekend. So the three lawyers decide to each keep one of the \$5 dollars and to give the bellhop a \$2 tip. However, when they sat down to tally up their expenses for the weekend the could not explain the following details:

Each one of them had originally paid \$10 (towards the initial \$30), then each got back \$1 which meant that they each paid \$9. Then they gave the bellhop a \$2 tip. HOWEVER, 3 • \$9 + \$2 = \$29

The guys couldn’t figure out what happened to the other dollar. After all, the three paid out \$30 but could only account for \$29.

Can you determine what happened?

There are many ways of explaining/thinking about this truly brain bending riddle! It all boils down to the fact that the lawyers’s math is incorrect.

They did NOT spend \$9 3 + \$2.

They spent exactly \$27 dollars. \$25 for the room and \$2 for the tip. Remember they got exactly \$3, in total back.

Another way to think about the answer to this riddle is to just pretend that the bellhop refunded \$3 to the lawyers (rather than giving them \$5 and receiving \$2 back).

If the lawyers get \$3 back and each takes \$1. They they spent exactly \$27 dollars.

##### Riddle 5

In a certain country of 5 = 3. If the same proportion holds, what is the value of 1/3 of 10 ?

##### Riddle 6

A merchant can place 8 large boxes or 10 small boxes into a carton for shipping. In one shipment, he sent a total of 96 boxes. If there are more large boxes than small boxes, how many cartons did he ship?

11 cartons total

7 large boxes (7 * 8 = 56 boxes)

4 small boxes (4 10 = 40 boxes

11 total cartons and 96 boxes

##### Riddle 7

A farmer is trying to cross a river. He is taking with him a rabbit, carrots and a fox, and he has a small raft. He can only bring 1 item a time across the river because his raft can only fit either the rabbit, the carrots or the fox. How does he cross the river. (You can assume that the fox does not eat the rabbit if the man is present, you can also assume that the fox and the rabbit are not trying to escape and run away)

The key to solving this riddle is realizing that you have to take the rabbit over first and the switch the fox with the rabbit. See step 2.

Take the rabbit to the other side

Go back and get the Fox and switch it with the Rabbit

**The key here is that the carrots and the rabbit are not being left alone.

Take the carrots across

Go back and get the rabbit

##### Riddle 8

Three brothers live in a farm. They agreed to buy new seeds: Adam and Ben would go and Charlie stayed to protect fields. Ben bought 75 sacks of wheat in the market whereas Adam bought 45 sacks. At home, they split the sacks equally. Charlie had paid 1400 dollars for the wheat. How much dollars did Ben and Adam get of the sum, considering equal split of the sacks?

Every farmer’s part is 1/3(45+75) = 40 sacks.

Charlie paid \$1400 for 40 sacks, then 1 sack costs \$1400/40 = \$35/sack.

Ben got \$35*(75-40)=35*35 = \$1225.

##### Riddle 9

An insurance salesman walk up to house and knocks on the door. A woman answers, and he asks her how many children she has and how old they are. She says I will give you a hint. If you multiply the 3 children’s ages, you get 36. He says this is not enough information. So she gives a him 2 nd hint. If you add up the children’s ages, the sum is the number on the house next door. He goes next door and looks at the house number and says this is still not enough information. So she says she’ll give him one last hint which is that her oldest of the 3 plays piano.

Why would he need to go back to get the last hint after seeing the number on the house next door?

Because the sum of their ages ( the number on the house) is ambiguous and could refer to more than 1 trio of factors.

If you list out the trio of factors that multiply to 36 and their sums, you get :

• 1 1 36 = 38
• 1 2 18 = 21
• 1 3 12 = 16
• 1 4 9 = 14
• 6 6 1 = 13
• 2 2 9 = 13
• 2 3 6 = 11
• 3 3 4 = 10

Since the number on the house next door is not enough information there must be more than 1 factor trio that sums up to it, leaving two possibilities: < 6, 6, 1>, <2, 2, 9>. When she says her ‘oldest’ you know it can not be <6,6,1>since she would have two ‘older’ sons not an ‘oldest’.

##### Riddle 10

This is a famous one. The classic Monty hall riddle!

You are confronted by 3 doors. Behind one of them is a car, behind the two others, you will only see a goat. Now, if you correctly pick the car, you win the car ! Otherwise, if you get one of the 2 goats, you don’t get the car.

So, pick any door. It doesn’t matter which one, but we will suppose that you picked door #2, as an example.

Should You switch?

Now, after you have picked a door and before finding out what is actually behind it, you are shown a goat behind one of the other doors.(Remember there has to be a goat in 1 of the doors that you have not picked. )

Let’s say you choose door #2, as shown above. For example’s sake, let’s say there’s a goat in door 1. The question and the riddle is : should you switch the door that you picked? In other words, in this example, should you now choose door 3? Or, should you stick with your first choice (door #2)?

There actually is a mathematically correct answer to this riddle: You should indeed change your choice. If you don’t believe me, just try out our free online Monty hall simulation.

# Applied Math Problems: Using Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) to Interpret Math Graphics

Students must be able to correctly interpret math graphics in order to correctly answer many applied math problems. Struggling learners in math often misread or misinterpret math graphics. For example, students may:

• overlook important details of the math graphic.
• treat irrelevant data on the math graphic as ‘relevant’.
• fail to pay close attention to the question before turning to the math graphic to find the answer.
• not engage their prior knowledge both to extend the information on the math graphic and to act as a possible ‘reality check’ on the data that it presents.
• expect the answer to be displayed in plain sight on the math graphic, when in fact the graphic may require that readers first to interpret the data, then to plug the data into an equation to solve the problem.

Teachers need an instructional strategy to encourage students to be more savvy interpreters of graphics in applied math problems. One idea is to have them apply a reading comprehension strategy, Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) as a tool for analyzing math graphics. The four QAR question types (Raphael, 1982, 1986) are as follows:

• RIGHT THERE questions are fact-based and can be found in a single sentence, often accompanied by ‘clue’ words that also appear in the question.
• THINK AND SEARCH questions can be answered by information in the text–but require the scanning of text and the making of connections between disparate pieces of factual information found in different sections of the reading.
• AUTHOR AND YOU questions require that students take information or opinions that appear in the text and combine them with the reader’s own experiences or opinions to formulate an answer.
• ON MY OWN questions are based on the students’ own experiences and do not require knowledge of the text to answer.

### Steps to Implementing This Intervention

Teachers use a 4-step instructional sequence to teach students to use Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) to better interpret math graphics:

1. Distinguishing Among Different Kinds of Graphics

Students are first taught to differentiate between five common types of math graphics: table (grid with information contained in cells), chart (boxes with possible connecting lines or arrows), picture (figure with labels), line graph, bar graph.

Students note significant differences between the various types of graphics, while the teacher records those observations on a wall chart. Next students are shown examples of graphics and directed to identify the general graphic type (table, chart, picture, line graph, bar graph) that each sample represents.

As homework, students are assigned to go on a ‘graphics hunt’, locating graphics in magazines and newspapers, labeling them, and bringing them to class to review.

2. Interpreting Information in Graphics

Over several instructional sessions, students learn to interpret information contained in various types of math graphics. For these activities, students are paired off, with stronger students matched with less strong ones.

The teacher sets aside a separate session to introduce each of the graphics categories. The presentation sequence is ordered so that students begin with examples of the most concrete graphics and move toward the more abstract. The graphics sequence in order of increasing difficulty is: Pictures tables bar graphs charts line graphs.

At each session, student pairs examine examples of graphics from the category being explored that day and discuss questions such as: “What information does this graphic present? What are strengths of this type of graphic for presenting data? What are possible weaknesses?” Student pairs record their findings and share them with the large group at the end of the session.

In advance of this lesson, the teacher prepares a series of data questions and correct answers. Each question and answer is paired with a math graphic that contains information essential for finding the answer.

At the start of the lesson, students are each given a set of 4 index cards with titles and descriptions of each of the 4 QAR questions: RIGHT THERE, THINK AND SEARCH, AUTHOR AND YOU, ON MY OWN. (TMESAVING TIP: Students can create their own copies of these QAR review cards as an in-class activity.)

Working first in small groups and then individually, students read each teacher-prepared question, study the matching graphic, and ‘verify’ the provided answer as correct. They then identify the type of question being posed in that applied problem, using their QAR index cards as a reference.

4. Using Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) Independently to Interpret Math Graphics

Students are now ready to use the QAR strategy independently to interpret graphics. They are given a laminated card as a reference with 6 steps to follow whenever they attempt to solve an applied problem that includes a math graphic:

• Review the graphic,
• Choose the appropriate QAR,
• Locate the answer derived from the graphic in the answer choices offered.

Students are strongly encouraged NOT to read the answer choices offered on a multiple-choice item until they have first derived their own answer-to prevent those choices from short-circuiting their inquiry.

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# 42: The answer to life, the universe and everything

When Douglas Adams wrote The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, he added a central joke which has become more famous over the years than the novel itself: “The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything is 42.” Geeks have since wasted years and massive effort trying to ascribe some deep, symbolic significance to the number and its occurrences.

Now, in an attempt to cash in on their obsession, a new book published this week, 42: Douglas Adams’ Amazingly Accurate Answer to Life, the Universe and Everything, looks at real-life occurrences of the number 42. The book is timed to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Adams’s death this spring.

Scores of adolescents have posited theories about significance of the number. The actor Stephen Fry claimed to know the true answer, but won’t tell, saying he’ll take it to his grave. The author himself rather undermined the myriad analyses when he dismissed them all with the simple answer that the choice of the number was a joke.

“The answer to this is very simple,” Adams said. “It was a joke. It had to be a number, an ordinary, smallish number, and I chose that one. Binary representations, base 13, Tibetan monks are all complete nonsense. I sat on my desk, stared in to the garden and thought 42 will do. I typed it out. End of story.”

Throughout history, various numbers have had special meanings ascribed to them. Plato called the study of number symbolism “the highest level of knowledge” while Pythagoras believed numbers had souls as well as magical powers.

Meanwhile, millions of Hitchhiker’s fans to this day persist in trying to decipher what they imagine was Adams’ secret motivations. Here are 42 things to fuel their fascination with the number 42.

1. Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert died aged 42; they had 42 grandchildren and their great-grandson, Edward VIII, abdicated at the age of 42.

2. The world’s first book printed with movable type is the Gutenberg Bible which has 42 lines per page.

3. On page 42 of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry discovers he’s a wizard.

4. The first time Douglas Adams essayed the number 42 was in a sketch called “The Hole in the Wall Club”. In it, comedian Griff Rhys Jones mentions the 42nd meeting of the Crawley and District Paranoid Society.

5. Lord Lucan’s last known location was outside 42 Norman Road, Newhaven, East Sussex.

6. The Doctor Who episode entitled “42” lasts for 42 minutes.

7. Titanic was travelling at a speed equivalent to 42km/hour when it collided with an iceberg.

8. The marine battalion 42 Commando insists that it be known as “Four two, Sir!”

9. In east Asia, including parts of China, tall buildings often avoid having a 42nd floor because of tetraphobia – fear of the number four because the words “four” and “death” sound the same (si or sei). Likewise, four 14, 24, etc.

10. Elvis Presley died at the age of 42.

11. BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs was created in 1942. There are 42 guests per year.

12. Toy Story character Buzz Lightyear’s spaceship is named 42.

13. Fox Mulder’s apartment in the US TV series The X Files was number 42.

14. The youngest president of the United States,Theodore Roosevelt, was 42 when he was elected.

15. The office of Google’s chief executive Eric Schmidt is called Building 42 of the firm’s San Francisco complex.

16. The Bell-X1 rocket plane Glamorous Glennis piloted by Chuck Yeager, first broke the sound barrier at 42,000 feet.

17. The atomic bomb that devastated Nagasaki, Japan, contained the destructive power of 42 million sticks of dynamite.

18. A single Big Mac contains 42 per cent of the recommended daily intake of salt.

19. Cricket has 42 laws.

20. On page 42 of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Jonathan Harker discovers he is a prisoner of the vampire. And on the same page of Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein reveals he is able to create life.

21. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion that allows for her to be in a death-like coma for “two and forty hours”.

22. The three best-selling music albums – Michael Jackson’s Thriller, AC/DC’s Back in Black and Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon – last 42 minutes.

23. The result of the most famous game in English football – the world cup final of 1966 – was 4-2.

24. The type 42 vacuum tube was one of the most popular audio output amplifiers of the 1930s.

25. A marathon course is 42km and 195m.

26. Samuel Johnson compiled the Dictionary of the English Language, regarded as one of the greatest works of scholarship. In a nine-year period he defined a total of 42,777 words.

27. 42,000 balls were used at Wimbledon last year.

28. The wonder horse Nijinsky was 42 months old in 1970 when he became the last horse to win the English Triple Crown: the Derby; the 2000 Guineas and the St Leger.

29. The element molybdenum has the atomic number 42 and is also the 42nd most common element in the universe.

30. Dodi Fayed was 42 when he was killed alongside Princess Diana.

31. Cell 42 on Alcatraz Island was once home to Robert Stroud who was transferred to The Rock in 1942. After murdering a guard he spent 42 years in solitary confinement in different prisons.

32. In the Book of Revelation, it is prophesised that the beast will hold dominion over the earth for 42 months.

33. The Moorgate Tube disaster of 1975 killed 42 passengers.

34. When the growing numbers of Large Hadron Collider scientists acquired more office space recently, they named their new complex Building 42.

35. Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has 42 illustrations.

36. 42 is the favourite number of Dr House, the American television doctor played by Hugh Laurie.

37. There are 42 US gallons in a barrel of oil.

38. In an episode of The Simpsons, police chief Wiggum wakes up to a question aimed at him and replies “42”.

39. Best Western is the world’s largest hotel chain with more than 4,200 hotels in 80 countries.

40. There are 42 principles of Ma’at, the ancient Egyptian goddess – and concept – of physical and moral law, order and truth.

41. Mungo Jerry’s 1970 hit “In the Summertime”, written by Ray Dorset, has a tempo of 42 beats per minute.

42. The band Level 42 chose their name in recognition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and not – as is often repeated – after the world’s tallest car park.

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## The 10 best chocolate bars, Epicurean – s Answer, what is the answer to life.#What #is #the #answer #to #life

Scrivens sat at the end of an elongated red brick shoebox row of shops. There was a hardware store, a greengrocers, a hairdressers, a rather strange woman’s clothes shop – which for some reason sold toys – and finally Scrivens, a strange L-shaped grocery cum newsagents. It was here where you spent your pocket money. You’d lean your bike against the window and head in, straight to the angled display of chocolate bars. A sensory overload of colours, shapes and tastes. There are so many memories tied up with the first thrill of autonomy, to hold in your hand that coin which is yours, to do with what you want. What do you spend your money on? Sweets obviously!

They claim that 70% of chocolate bar purchases are impulse driven but there’s so much more to confectionery than the confectionery itself. Often those decisions are based just as much on what happened years ago, as it is on what is in the present. The texture and luxurious taste are only one small part of the nostalgic feeling that one associates with that indulgence.

Despite manufacturers constantly rebranding and repackaging trusted franchises, people have grown up with them and they are an integral part of peoples lives. You can’t underestimate the joy of running ones fingernail along the foil covered crevices of a four bar KitKat. The disappointment of getting the letter p, again, on your Smarties lid. The thrill of a free piece of cardboard with a Bounty or the anticipation of laying your Mars Bar on its front and disrobing it, revealing bit by bit your opulent quarry.

Whilst I have become a self-confessed chocolate snob, I acknowledge and appreciate the role that these bars have had in my life. So in a tribute to the everyday enemy foot solider in the battle of obesity, I decided to find the best ten chocolate bars of Britain. Obviously there has to be criteria. Without rules we’d be looking at confectionery chaos.

No solid chocolate bars – Dairy Milk, Yorkies and Buttons are all out.

It has to cost under a pound – so no fancy continental creation, or family sized treats.

No seasonal products – Cream Eggs a no go, despite being an annual event these bad boys are only (supposedly) available between Boxing Day and Easter.

Has to be currently available – No place for Drifters, Spiras or Treets.

Most importantly it has to be chocolate based – Jelly Tots, Tooty Frooties and Haribo are all firm favourites, but no chocolate, so no place on the list.

## This is my top ten

### Mars Bar

Invented in 1937 in Slough, it’s hard not to include this as the first entry on the list, it feels like the ultimate indulgence. I have spent many hours refining the best way to devour one. First chill the bar for 30 minutes in the fridge. Cut off the ends of the bar with a sharp knife, then lay the unwrapped bar on it’s top and make two incisions, where the sides meet the bottom layer of chocolate, along the length of the bar. Carefully chisel out the nougat section, so you’re left with the top, caramel and sides in a U-shape. Eat the nougat, fold in the sides and enjoy.

### Fry’s Chocolate Cream

It’s the confectionery equivalent to a PG Wodehouse story. Each of its seven sections of fondant filling are enrobed in a crisp dark chocolate, reminiscent of when sartorial elegance was part of everyday life. It actually feels like you’re waiting with your Man at the railway station, ready for a spot of shooting in the country. It’s one of the few chocolate bars which carries in its taste, the heritage the brand has.

### Galaxy Ripple

The brouhaha that went with the launch of Cadbury’s Twirl was simply a waste of time. There was already an incumbent on the coated rippled chocolate throne. It cost more than a Flake and tasted so much more like luxury, despite being made of Galaxy chocolate – which some have described as waxy, oily and cheap.

### Double Decker

Overly sweet without any feelings of decadence, this nougat-biscuit combination has unique properties. If you feel like a Double Decker, there is nothing similar with which to replace it, should you not have one to hand. There are memories of raisins lurking in the biscuit base, but I’m not sure whether they were meant to be there.

### Smarties

Whilst other pocket money treats came in flimsy paper wrapper, Smarties lived in a sturdy cardboard tube. With its alphabet-embossed coloured plastic lid and beautiful smooth rounded edges, it was the perfect diameter for little hands. Now in a flimsier hexagonal tube, with more colours, the wonder of having that many sweets in one packet is undiminished.

### Crunchie

Never has a snack item got the balance of chocolate to interior more correct than the Crunchie. From the golden wrapper to the rich golden interior – it’s a party in a bar. Due to its composition it’s impossible to eat without chipping the chocolate from the honeycomb for at least a part of the experience. There is something pleasingly gender neutral about the Crunchie.

Recently bought into the Dairy Milk stable, this was always sold as a seductive luxury item. Sensuous and seductive, from the gentle curves of the bar (which, for some reason, always reminded me of a Ford Sierra) to the unctuous caramel interior. Like all good treats, the Caramel shares the feeling that even though you’ve finished, there should be another piece left

### Maltesers

Targeted at women and sold as a lighter option to the more substantial bars on the market, this is a mistake. Although these crisp malt and chocolate spheres are lightweight, it’s the sheer quantity that give them their gravitas. With so many in a bag, a good rhythm can be established. I did go through a phase – which lasted about 10 years – of counting the amount in every bag I ate, 13 was a bad day, 20 a very good one, normally it was 16-17.

Surprisingly high in calories and remarkably bland in chocolate satisfaction. None the less there is something very alluring about the twin bars of a Twix, least of all the ways in which to eat them. Do you bite off the caramel first, or the biscuit? Nibble or bite? It is always more satisfying than you think and whilst a lot of confectionary doesn’t quite live up to there billing, the Twix does.

### Munchies

Munchies are what Rolos want to be when they grow up. Carrying a premium price, each gold-tipped tube contains chocolate cubes filled with caramel AND biscuit! I always feel a touch nauseous after eating a whole pack, but take this as a sign of value for money.

# Math Riddles

Logic Games And Riddles

Other Math Brain Teasers:
• Math Puzzles
• Monty Hall Simulation
• Cheryl Math Problem
• Math Jokes
• Math Horror Stories from Real world
##### Riddle 1

How can you add eight 8’s to get the number 1,000? (only use addition)

The key to this math riddle is realizing that the one place must be zero. 888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1,000

##### Riddle 2

Two fathers and two sons sat down to eat eggs for breakfast. They ate exactly three eggs, each person had an egg. The riddle is for you to explain how

How to Explain the Riddle

One of the ‘fathers’ is also a grandfather. Therefore the other father is both a son and a father to the grandson.

In other words, the one father is both a son and a father.

##### Riddle 3

Part I. What digit is the most frequent between the numbers 1 and 1,000 (inclusive)? To solve this riddle you don’t want to manually do all of the math but rather try to figure out a pattern.

The most common digit is ‘1.’ Can you figure out why? No hints until you try the next riddle because the next riddle is closely tied to this one.

Part II. What digit is the least frequent between the numbers 1 and 1,000?

0 is the least common digit even though 1,000 has three zero’s !

Explanations for both riddles

The digits 0 through 9 all follow the same pattern there is exactly 1 occurrence of each digit for every ten numbers.

• For instance the digit 2 appears once between 10 and 19, at 12. And 2 appears once between, 30 and 39 at 32.
• However, each of the digits 1 through 9 also appear in other numbers in the tens and hundreds place

Again, let’s look at 2 which appears in 20,21,22, 23, etc.. as well as 200,201, 202,203..

So to figure out how to answer the first riddle you had to see what distinguishes the number 1? Only that we are including 1,000 which would be the first ‘1’ in a new series of ten! In other words, the digit 1 only has a single extra occurrence (301 occurrences) compared to 2 or 3 or 9 which each have exactly 300 occurrences.

The reason that zero has the least (BY FAR at only 192 occurrences) is because zero does not have any equivalents to 22, 33, 44, 222, 3333 etc..

##### Riddle 4

Three guys rent a hotel room for the night. When they get to the hotel they pay the \$\$\\$30 \$\$ fee, then go up to their room. Soon the bellhop brings up their bags and gives the lawyers back \$5 because the hotel was having a special discount that weekend. So the three lawyers decide to each keep one of the \$5 dollars and to give the bellhop a \$2 tip. However, when they sat down to tally up their expenses for the weekend the could not explain the following details:

Each one of them had originally paid \$10 (towards the initial \$30), then each got back \$1 which meant that they each paid \$9. Then they gave the bellhop a \$2 tip. HOWEVER, 3 • \$9 + \$2 = \$29

The guys couldn’t figure out what happened to the other dollar. After all, the three paid out \$30 but could only account for \$29.

Can you determine what happened?

There are many ways of explaining/thinking about this truly brain bending riddle! It all boils down to the fact that the lawyers’s math is incorrect.

They did NOT spend \$9 3 + \$2.

They spent exactly \$27 dollars. \$25 for the room and \$2 for the tip. Remember they got exactly \$3, in total back.

Another way to think about the answer to this riddle is to just pretend that the bellhop refunded \$3 to the lawyers (rather than giving them \$5 and receiving \$2 back).

If the lawyers get \$3 back and each takes \$1. They they spent exactly \$27 dollars.

##### Riddle 5

In a certain country of 5 = 3. If the same proportion holds, what is the value of 1/3 of 10 ?

##### Riddle 6

A merchant can place 8 large boxes or 10 small boxes into a carton for shipping. In one shipment, he sent a total of 96 boxes. If there are more large boxes than small boxes, how many cartons did he ship?

11 cartons total

7 large boxes (7 * 8 = 56 boxes)

4 small boxes (4 10 = 40 boxes

11 total cartons and 96 boxes

##### Riddle 7

A farmer is trying to cross a river. He is taking with him a rabbit, carrots and a fox, and he has a small raft. He can only bring 1 item a time across the river because his raft can only fit either the rabbit, the carrots or the fox. How does he cross the river. (You can assume that the fox does not eat the rabbit if the man is present, you can also assume that the fox and the rabbit are not trying to escape and run away)

The key to solving this riddle is realizing that you have to take the rabbit over first and the switch the fox with the rabbit. See step 2.

Take the rabbit to the other side

Go back and get the Fox and switch it with the Rabbit

**The key here is that the carrots and the rabbit are not being left alone.

Take the carrots across

Go back and get the rabbit

##### Riddle 8

Three brothers live in a farm. They agreed to buy new seeds: Adam and Ben would go and Charlie stayed to protect fields. Ben bought 75 sacks of wheat in the market whereas Adam bought 45 sacks. At home, they split the sacks equally. Charlie had paid 1400 dollars for the wheat. How much dollars did Ben and Adam get of the sum, considering equal split of the sacks?

Every farmer’s part is 1/3(45+75) = 40 sacks.

Charlie paid \$1400 for 40 sacks, then 1 sack costs \$1400/40 = \$35/sack.

Ben got \$35*(75-40)=35*35 = \$1225.

##### Riddle 9

An insurance salesman walk up to house and knocks on the door. A woman answers, and he asks her how many children she has and how old they are. She says I will give you a hint. If you multiply the 3 children’s ages, you get 36. He says this is not enough information. So she gives a him 2 nd hint. If you add up the children’s ages, the sum is the number on the house next door. He goes next door and looks at the house number and says this is still not enough information. So she says she’ll give him one last hint which is that her oldest of the 3 plays piano.

Why would he need to go back to get the last hint after seeing the number on the house next door?

Because the sum of their ages ( the number on the house) is ambiguous and could refer to more than 1 trio of factors.

If you list out the trio of factors that multiply to 36 and their sums, you get :

• 1 1 36 = 38
• 1 2 18 = 21
• 1 3 12 = 16
• 1 4 9 = 14
• 6 6 1 = 13
• 2 2 9 = 13
• 2 3 6 = 11
• 3 3 4 = 10

Since the number on the house next door is not enough information there must be more than 1 factor trio that sums up to it, leaving two possibilities: < 6, 6, 1>, <2, 2, 9>. When she says her ‘oldest’ you know it can not be <6,6,1>since she would have two ‘older’ sons not an ‘oldest’.

##### Riddle 10

This is a famous one. The classic Monty hall riddle!

You are confronted by 3 doors. Behind one of them is a car, behind the two others, you will only see a goat. Now, if you correctly pick the car, you win the car ! Otherwise, if you get one of the 2 goats, you don’t get the car.

So, pick any door. It doesn’t matter which one, but we will suppose that you picked door #2, as an example.

Should You switch?

Now, after you have picked a door and before finding out what is actually behind it, you are shown a goat behind one of the other doors.(Remember there has to be a goat in 1 of the doors that you have not picked. )

Let’s say you choose door #2, as shown above. For example’s sake, let’s say there’s a goat in door 1. The question and the riddle is : should you switch the door that you picked? In other words, in this example, should you now choose door 3? Or, should you stick with your first choice (door #2)?

There actually is a mathematically correct answer to this riddle: You should indeed change your choice. If you don’t believe me, just try out our free online Monty hall simulation.

# The Human Difference: How Humans are Unique Compared to All Other Animals

## Are Humans Unique?

Evolutionary biology proposes that humans evolved from ape-like ancestors. If this is true then we are nothing more than glorified apes. However, compared to our closest relatives , scientific research indicates that humans are unique on many fronts, including creativity, personality, abstract thinking, and moral judgment.

The Bible makes the claim that humans alone are created in the image of God. 1 What exactly does this mean? Some have equated the image of God as being the physical characteristics of our bodies that make up the way we look. In fact, the Mormons have taken this interpretation to extreme by saying that God is just an exalted man, who has a body of flesh and bones. 1 However, the Bible says that both males and females are created in the image of God. 2 Unless God were a hermaphrodite (having both male and female sexual organs), this phrase could not refer to just physical characteristics. In addition, there are various verses in the Bible that describe God as having non-human physical characteristics, such as feathers and wings. 3 Should we think of God as being an overgrown chicken? Certainly not! God is so unlike humans physically, that the Bible often paints word pictures to give us a glimpse of what God is like.

### Creativity

So if the image of God does not refer to physical characteristics, what does it refer to? It is certainly likely that part of the image of God refers to the ability of humans to be creative. Anthropology tells us that sophisticated works of art first appeared in the fossil record about 40,000-50,000 years ago, 4 at the time that moderns humans first appeared. No other species of animal, including the apes, are able to create and understand images of art and drawing.

### Consciousness

Human consciousness is a mystery that has evaded decades of intensive research by neurophysiologists. According to a recent article:

When an organism s neural pathways grow sufficiently complex, materialists insist, their firings are somehow accompanied by consciousness. But despite decades of effort by philosophers and neurophysiologists, no one has been able to come up with a remotely plausible explanation of how this happens–how the hunk of gray meat in our skull gives rise to private Technicolor experience. One distinguished commentator on the mind-body problem, Daniel Dennett, author of Consciousness Explained, has been driven to declare that there is really no such thing as consciousness–we are all zombies, though we re unaware of it. 5

### Personality

Another thing that makes humans unique is personality. According to Joseph LeDoux, a neuroscientist at New York University:

We have no idea how our brains make us who we are. There is as yet no neuroscience of personality. We have little understanding of how art and history are experienced by the brain. The meltdown of mental life in psychosis is still a mystery. In short, we have yet to come up with a theory that can pull all this together. 6

### Abstract thinking

Is the human brain that much different from that of our closest relatives, the chimpanzees? According to Daniel J. Povinelli, from the University of Louisiana s New Iberia Research Center

Humans constantly invoke unobservable phenomena and variables to explain why certain things are happening. Chimps operate in the world of concrete, tangible things that can be seen. The content of their minds is about the observable world. 7

Insight into how chimpanzees really think can be seen in some recent experiments performed by Dr. Povinelli. In these experiments, the researchers used the chimps natural begging gesture to examine how they really think about their world. They confronted the chimps with two familiar experimenters, one offering a piece of food and the other holding out an undesirable block of wood. As expected, the chimps had no trouble distinguishing between the block and the food and immediately gestured to the experimenter offering the food. Next, the researchers wanted to see if the chimps would be able to choose between a person who could see them and a person who could not. If the chimpanzees understood how other animals see, they would gesture only to the person who could see them. The researchers achieved the seeing/not-seeing contrast by having the two experimenters adopt different postures. In one test, one experimenter wore a blindfold over her eyes while the other wore a blindfold over her mouth. In the other tests, one of the experimenters wore a bucket over her head, placed her hands over her eyes or sat with her back turned to the chimpanzee. All these postures were modeled after the behaviors that had been observed during the chimpanzees spontaneous play. The results of the experiments were astonishing. In the tests involving blindfolds, buckets and hands over the eyes–the apes entered the lab and paused but then were just as likely to gesture to the person who could not see them as to the person who could. In several cases, the chimps gestured to the person who could not see them and then, when nothing happened, gestured again, as if puzzled by the fact that the experimenter did not respond. In the case of experimenters facing with their backs to the chimps, they performed as if they knew that those facing way from them could not see and offer them food. However, subsequent experiments proved that the chimps had merely responded to conditioning from the initial experiments, since they had only received food from those experimenters who faced them. This was proven by having experimenters facing away from the chimps, but then turning to look over their shoulders. The chimps were just as likely to gesture to the experimenters facing away as the one who turned to look at them. Chimpanzees have no clue that humans must face them in order to see. It is obvious from these experiments that chimpanzees lack even a simple understanding of how their world works, but merely react to conditioning from directly observable events. 8

Other researchers have noted that chimpanzees do not understand the cause and effect of their actions. Apes will climb onto a box to reach fruit, but if the box is absent, will place on the ground beneath the fruit a sheet of paper and stand upon it. 9

A more recent study examined the ability of human infants and young chimpanzees to help human adults. 10 18-month-old human infants and young chimpanzees were presented with four categories of problems: out-of-reach objects, access thwarted by a physical obstacle, achieving a wrong (correctable) result, and using a wrong (correctable) means. While human infants could perform all four tasks, chimpanzees could only perform the first task. As in previous studies, chimpanzees were unable to discern when an individual failed at a simple task and how he could help. The researchers concluded:

A number of theorists have claimed that human beings cooperate with one another and help one another (especially non-kin) in ways not found in other animal species (26 28). This is almost certainly so, and the current results demonstrate that even very young children have a natural tendency to help other persons solve their problems, even when the other is a stranger and they receive no benefit at all. 10

### Body, soul, spirit

Besides the rather obvious differences in the way animals process information in their brains, the Bible (and science) confirm that there are major differences in the ways humans make moral judgments (animals don t make such judgments, as we shall see). Part of what is meant by the term in the image of God can be found in chapters immediately following its first usage (Genesis 1) in the Bible. Both Adam and Eve had a personal relationship with God in the Garden of Eden. Such a personal relationship is not described, nor seen, for any other animal species. It is the presence of a spirit that was instilled into humans 11 that separates us from the animals. There are three kinds of life that God has created in this universe:

# Mashable

## Culture

UPDATE: May 18, 2017, 5:06 p.m. SGT Updated with the Ministry of Education’s new statement.

A math question apparently meant for 7-year-olds has left adults befuddled.

The bonus math question — which was first said to have originated on a first-grade level exam paper in Singapore — has been making the rounds on social media.

Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) later told Mashable that there were in fact no examinations for Primary 1 students.

The question shows a circular puzzle with five numbers in it. There are four corresponding blanks that are meant to be filled in, but no further information is given on how to solve it.

Adults have been unable to solve it.

“Now that I can’t solve this, I feel super uncomfortable,” said user Kenny Eng on Facebook.

“Maybe Sheldon from the Big Bang Theory could have done this when he was seven,” said Facebook user Mingli Lin.

“I just finished my course on advanced applied math and I can’t solve this. Whoever set this is sick,” said user Jacky Wu.

## Where did the math question originally come from?

The question first surfaced on an online forum, posted by a user who claims that it was a bonus question taken from a Primary One, or first grade, examination paper.

But Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) initially couldn’t confirm this. “From the image, we are unable to ascertain if the question was from a school’s Primary 1 examination paper,” an MOE spokesperson said in a statement.

The MOE later told Mashable on Thursday that there were in fact “no examinations at Primary 1.”

However, the question bears a striking resemblance to one that has previously appeared on a math blog by Gordon Burgin, who calls himself an author of Maths Puzzles. (Mashable has reached out to Burgin for comment).

The two questions are almost identical, with only one difference. The bottom-left number in Mr Burgin’s puzzle is 20 instead of 2.

Image: gordon burgin

According to Burgin, the way to solve his puzzle is this:

Image: gordon burgin

## It’s not the first time an exam question has left people stumped

In 2015, people in Singapore were similarly unable to solve a math question nicknamed “Cheryl’s birthday.”

The question was first reported to be a fifth-grade level question, but was later revealed to be a ninth-grade Maths Olympiad question.

So what is the answer to the original math question you ask?

Your guess is as good as mine.

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## You are here

The question–answer relationship (QAR) strategy helps students understand the different types of questions. By learning that the answers to some questions are “Right There” in the text, that some answers require a reader to “Think and Search,” and that some answers can only be answered “On My Own,” students recognize that they must first consider the question before developing an answer.

## How to use question–answer relationship

1. Explain to students that there are four types of questions they will encounter. Define each type of question and give an example.

Four types of questions are examined in the QAR:

• Right There Questions: Literal questions whose answers can be found in the text. Often the words used in the question are the same words found in the text.
• Think and Search Questions: Answers are gathered from several parts of the text and put together to make meaning.
• Author and You: These questions are based on information provided in the text but the student is required to relate it to their own experience. Although the answer does not lie directly in the text, the student must have read it in order to answer the question.
• On My Own: These questions do not require the student to have read the passage but he/she must use their background or prior knowledge to answer the question.

3. Have predetermined questions you will ask after you stop reading. When you have finished reading, read the questions aloud to students and model how you decide which type of question you have been asked to answer.

4. Show students how find information to answer the question (i.e., in the text, from your own experiences, etc.).

An elementary teacher demonstrates the QAR strategy in this video from the Virginia Department of Education. Watch question-answer relationship in action

## Examples

In this lesson, students apply the question–answer relationship strategy to word problems that refer to data displayed in a table.

## Differentiated instruction

### for second language learners, students of varying reading skill, and younger learners

• Have students work together to form questions about the text, find the answers and share with the whole class.

## See the research that supports this strategy

Raphael, T.E., Au, K.H. (2005). QAR: Enhancing comprehension and test taking across grades and content areas. The Reading Teacher, 59, 206-221.

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# Applied Math Problems: Using Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) to Interpret Math Graphics

Students must be able to correctly interpret math graphics in order to correctly answer many applied math problems. Struggling learners in math often misread or misinterpret math graphics. For example, students may:

• overlook important details of the math graphic.
• treat irrelevant data on the math graphic as ‘relevant’.
• fail to pay close attention to the question before turning to the math graphic to find the answer.
• not engage their prior knowledge both to extend the information on the math graphic and to act as a possible ‘reality check’ on the data that it presents.
• expect the answer to be displayed in plain sight on the math graphic, when in fact the graphic may require that readers first to interpret the data, then to plug the data into an equation to solve the problem.

Teachers need an instructional strategy to encourage students to be more savvy interpreters of graphics in applied math problems. One idea is to have them apply a reading comprehension strategy, Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) as a tool for analyzing math graphics. The four QAR question types (Raphael, 1982, 1986) are as follows:

• RIGHT THERE questions are fact-based and can be found in a single sentence, often accompanied by ‘clue’ words that also appear in the question.
• THINK AND SEARCH questions can be answered by information in the text–but require the scanning of text and the making of connections between disparate pieces of factual information found in different sections of the reading.
• AUTHOR AND YOU questions require that students take information or opinions that appear in the text and combine them with the reader’s own experiences or opinions to formulate an answer.
• ON MY OWN questions are based on the students’ own experiences and do not require knowledge of the text to answer.

### Steps to Implementing This Intervention

Teachers use a 4-step instructional sequence to teach students to use Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) to better interpret math graphics:

1. Distinguishing Among Different Kinds of Graphics

Students are first taught to differentiate between five common types of math graphics: table (grid with information contained in cells), chart (boxes with possible connecting lines or arrows), picture (figure with labels), line graph, bar graph.

Students note significant differences between the various types of graphics, while the teacher records those observations on a wall chart. Next students are shown examples of graphics and directed to identify the general graphic type (table, chart, picture, line graph, bar graph) that each sample represents.

As homework, students are assigned to go on a ‘graphics hunt’, locating graphics in magazines and newspapers, labeling them, and bringing them to class to review.

2. Interpreting Information in Graphics

Over several instructional sessions, students learn to interpret information contained in various types of math graphics. For these activities, students are paired off, with stronger students matched with less strong ones.

The teacher sets aside a separate session to introduce each of the graphics categories. The presentation sequence is ordered so that students begin with examples of the most concrete graphics and move toward the more abstract. The graphics sequence in order of increasing difficulty is: Pictures tables bar graphs charts line graphs.

At each session, student pairs examine examples of graphics from the category being explored that day and discuss questions such as: “What information does this graphic present? What are strengths of this type of graphic for presenting data? What are possible weaknesses?” Student pairs record their findings and share them with the large group at the end of the session.

In advance of this lesson, the teacher prepares a series of data questions and correct answers. Each question and answer is paired with a math graphic that contains information essential for finding the answer.

At the start of the lesson, students are each given a set of 4 index cards with titles and descriptions of each of the 4 QAR questions: RIGHT THERE, THINK AND SEARCH, AUTHOR AND YOU, ON MY OWN. (TMESAVING TIP: Students can create their own copies of these QAR review cards as an in-class activity.)

Working first in small groups and then individually, students read each teacher-prepared question, study the matching graphic, and ‘verify’ the provided answer as correct. They then identify the type of question being posed in that applied problem, using their QAR index cards as a reference.

4. Using Question-Answer Relationships (QARs) Independently to Interpret Math Graphics

Students are now ready to use the QAR strategy independently to interpret graphics. They are given a laminated card as a reference with 6 steps to follow whenever they attempt to solve an applied problem that includes a math graphic:

• Review the graphic,
• Choose the appropriate QAR,
• Locate the answer derived from the graphic in the answer choices offered.

Students are strongly encouraged NOT to read the answer choices offered on a multiple-choice item until they have first derived their own answer-to prevent those choices from short-circuiting their inquiry.

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Zlloyd1, I know exactly what you mean! I hate assessment tests as well, particularly when they only give you an option between something bad and something awful. In those instances, just keep trying to chose the lesser of the two evils that more closely matches what you prefer. I personally think companies lose good people because of stupid assessment tests.

I lie on these things and fail. I tell the truth and still fail. wtf. whats sad is im an amazing person to work with/for but noone will ever know because of these stupid tests.

zlloyd1 – I am in the same position as you are. The assessment for target was painful to get through as 80% of the 2 choices I didn t agree with. IT was ridiculous.

Just Jill, I think those kinds of assessment tests are judging whether you are a social type of person or an analytical one so I d say the way to answer is dependent on the type of job for which you are applying. For example, if it s a sales job, I d answer being more social. If you are handling the company s taxes, answer more analytically. It s very job-type dependent.

What about the tests that ask what would your current or most recent employer say ranging from below other countries workers to much higher than your computer workers?

Sandi, I m not sure I understand the question. Are you saying that a test asked how your past employers would compare you and used examples that included worker from another country or computer workers ? If that s the question, I think it s awful that they asked such a question. It s insulting to workers in other countries (like they are somehow the complete and negative opposite of computer workers). and totally confusing for you. As far as how to answer it, if you really want the job, I d try to answer honestly about where you d place yourself in the range (tending toward a higher score than a lower one). Thanks, Kathy

Wow, Sofia, I am sorry that you were asked such odd questions. No wonder you are confused about how to answer them! As far as how to answer them, I d be guessing, but for the 1st one, I d talk about how you will ensure that the ostrich eggs will sell successfully through merchandising, operations, marketing, etc. For the 2nd one, I d just trying to come up with something not controversial (like don t get into politics, religion or anything prejudicial), maybe something like, I don t believe that breakfast is the most important meal because I haven t been eating it for years and it makes me feel awake and eager to face the day. Regarding the 3rd question, about the tortoise and the leopard (or in America, we d say the tortoise and the hare), I would say that if the tortoise won it was because smart, steady work ensures success because you are not rushing and making mistakes. In general, think what the questions are trying to get to . in these questions, they are trying to see if 1) you can put a plan together to successfully sell something (the eggs), 2) you can deal constructively with people who have a different opinion and 3) you will be careful and methodical in your work.

# what is the answer to life

### “When you love life like we do.

Alcor’s Cryonics Preservation services

were a natural choice for us”

### “I’ve had a lot of good experiences with Alcor!

They have great customer service, and

I know they really care about doing their job.

They take it very seriously, they are professionals”

### “I have peace of mind knowing that no matter what happens in

the future. I am signed up (for cryonics) and there is that possibility

I could wake up in the future”

### “I found out that Alcor accepts life insurance policies;

in fact, that’s how most people fund their suspensions. “

# what is the answer to life

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# 42: The answer to life, the universe and everything

When Douglas Adams wrote The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, he added a central joke which has become more famous over the years than the novel itself: “The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything is 42.” Geeks have since wasted years and massive effort trying to ascribe some deep, symbolic significance to the number and its occurrences.

Now, in an attempt to cash in on their obsession, a new book published this week, 42: Douglas Adams’ Amazingly Accurate Answer to Life, the Universe and Everything, looks at real-life occurrences of the number 42. The book is timed to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Adams’s death this spring.

Scores of adolescents have posited theories about significance of the number. The actor Stephen Fry claimed to know the true answer, but won’t tell, saying he’ll take it to his grave. The author himself rather undermined the myriad analyses when he dismissed them all with the simple answer that the choice of the number was a joke.

“The answer to this is very simple,” Adams said. “It was a joke. It had to be a number, an ordinary, smallish number, and I chose that one. Binary representations, base 13, Tibetan monks are all complete nonsense. I sat on my desk, stared in to the garden and thought 42 will do. I typed it out. End of story.”

Throughout history, various numbers have had special meanings ascribed to them. Plato called the study of number symbolism “the highest level of knowledge” while Pythagoras believed numbers had souls as well as magical powers.

Meanwhile, millions of Hitchhiker’s fans to this day persist in trying to decipher what they imagine was Adams’ secret motivations. Here are 42 things to fuel their fascination with the number 42.

1. Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert died aged 42; they had 42 grandchildren and their great-grandson, Edward VIII, abdicated at the age of 42.

2. The world’s first book printed with movable type is the Gutenberg Bible which has 42 lines per page.

3. On page 42 of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry discovers he’s a wizard.

4. The first time Douglas Adams essayed the number 42 was in a sketch called “The Hole in the Wall Club”. In it, comedian Griff Rhys Jones mentions the 42nd meeting of the Crawley and District Paranoid Society.

5. Lord Lucan’s last known location was outside 42 Norman Road, Newhaven, East Sussex.

6. The Doctor Who episode entitled “42” lasts for 42 minutes.

7. Titanic was travelling at a speed equivalent to 42km/hour when it collided with an iceberg.

8. The marine battalion 42 Commando insists that it be known as “Four two, Sir!”

9. In east Asia, including parts of China, tall buildings often avoid having a 42nd floor because of tetraphobia – fear of the number four because the words “four” and “death” sound the same (si or sei). Likewise, four 14, 24, etc.

10. Elvis Presley died at the age of 42.

11. BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs was created in 1942. There are 42 guests per year.

12. Toy Story character Buzz Lightyear’s spaceship is named 42.

13. Fox Mulder’s apartment in the US TV series The X Files was number 42.

14. The youngest president of the United States,Theodore Roosevelt, was 42 when he was elected.

15. The office of Google’s chief executive Eric Schmidt is called Building 42 of the firm’s San Francisco complex.

16. The Bell-X1 rocket plane Glamorous Glennis piloted by Chuck Yeager, first broke the sound barrier at 42,000 feet.

17. The atomic bomb that devastated Nagasaki, Japan, contained the destructive power of 42 million sticks of dynamite.

18. A single Big Mac contains 42 per cent of the recommended daily intake of salt.

19. Cricket has 42 laws.

20. On page 42 of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Jonathan Harker discovers he is a prisoner of the vampire. And on the same page of Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein reveals he is able to create life.

21. In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion that allows for her to be in a death-like coma for “two and forty hours”.

22. The three best-selling music albums – Michael Jackson’s Thriller, AC/DC’s Back in Black and Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon – last 42 minutes.

23. The result of the most famous game in English football – the world cup final of 1966 – was 4-2.

24. The type 42 vacuum tube was one of the most popular audio output amplifiers of the 1930s.

25. A marathon course is 42km and 195m.

26. Samuel Johnson compiled the Dictionary of the English Language, regarded as one of the greatest works of scholarship. In a nine-year period he defined a total of 42,777 words.

27. 42,000 balls were used at Wimbledon last year.

28. The wonder horse Nijinsky was 42 months old in 1970 when he became the last horse to win the English Triple Crown: the Derby; the 2000 Guineas and the St Leger.

29. The element molybdenum has the atomic number 42 and is also the 42nd most common element in the universe.

30. Dodi Fayed was 42 when he was killed alongside Princess Diana.

31. Cell 42 on Alcatraz Island was once home to Robert Stroud who was transferred to The Rock in 1942. After murdering a guard he spent 42 years in solitary confinement in different prisons.

32. In the Book of Revelation, it is prophesised that the beast will hold dominion over the earth for 42 months.

33. The Moorgate Tube disaster of 1975 killed 42 passengers.

34. When the growing numbers of Large Hadron Collider scientists acquired more office space recently, they named their new complex Building 42.

35. Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has 42 illustrations.

36. 42 is the favourite number of Dr House, the American television doctor played by Hugh Laurie.

37. There are 42 US gallons in a barrel of oil.

38. In an episode of The Simpsons, police chief Wiggum wakes up to a question aimed at him and replies “42”.

39. Best Western is the world’s largest hotel chain with more than 4,200 hotels in 80 countries.

40. There are 42 principles of Ma’at, the ancient Egyptian goddess – and concept – of physical and moral law, order and truth.

41. Mungo Jerry’s 1970 hit “In the Summertime”, written by Ray Dorset, has a tempo of 42 beats per minute.

42. The band Level 42 chose their name in recognition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and not – as is often repeated – after the world’s tallest car park.

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## What – s The Word Answers #and #dictionary #definition

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Whats The Word has quickly become the most popular game trend on all mobile platforms. We currently have all answers for the original iOS version by Red Spell (now available on Android), the first Android version – What’s The Word? 4 Pics 1 Word and new versions by Itch Mania and Emerging Games.

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February 25, 2014 – 300+ new 4 Pics 1 Word answers have been added to the 4 Pics 1 Word Answers section. The 4 Pics 1 Word Answers section now has answers to all the current levels, including all downloadable levels. You can find all answers on the Whats The Word Solver page as well.

## What’s The Word Answers – iOS and Android

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New International Version
“But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Peter answered, “You are the Messiah.”

New Living Translation
Then he asked them, “But who do you say I am?” Peter replied, “You are the Messiah.”

English Standard Version
And he asked them, But who do you say that I am? Peter answered him, You are the Christ.

Berean Study Bible
“But who do you say I am?” He asked. Peter answered, “You are the Christ.”

Berean Literal Bible
And He was questioning them, “But whom do you pronounce Me to be?” Peter answering, says to Him, “You are the Christ.”

New American Standard Bible
And He continued by questioning them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered and said to Him, “You are the Christ.”

King James Bible
And he saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am? And Peter answereth and saith unto him, Thou art the Christ.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
“But you,” He asked them again, “who do you say that I am?” Peter answered Him, “You are the Messiah!”

International Standard Version
Then he began to ask them, “But who do you say I am?” Peter answered him, “You are the Messiah!”

NET Bible
He asked them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered him, “You are the Christ.”

New Heart English Bible
He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered and said to him, “You are the Messiah.”

Aramaic Bible in Plain English
And Yeshua said to them, But what is it you are saying about me as to who I am? Shimeon answered and he said to him, You are The Messiah, The Son of THE LIVING GOD.

GOD’S WORD Translation
He asked them, “But who do you say I am?” Peter answered him, “You are the Messiah!”

New American Standard 1977
And He continued by questioning them, But who do you say that I am? Peter answered and said to Him, Thou art the Christ.

Jubilee Bible 2000
Then he said unto them, But who say ye that I am? And Peter answered and said unto him, Thou art the Christ!

King James 2000 Bible
And he said unto them, But who say you that I am? And Peter answered and said unto him, You are the Christ.

American King James Version
And he said to them, But whom say you that I am? And Peter answers and said to him, You are the Christ.

American Standard Version
And he asked them, But who say ye that I am? Peter answereth and saith unto him, Thou art the Christ.

Douay-Rheims Bible
Then he saith to them: But whom do you say that I am? Peter answering said to him: Thou art the Christ.

Darby Bible Translation
And he asked them, But ye, who do ye say that I am? And Peter answering says to him, Thou art the Christ.

English Revised Version
And he asked them, But who say ye that I am? Peter answereth and saith unto him, Thou art the Christ.

Webster’s Bible Translation
And he saith to them, But who say ye that I am? And Peter answereth and saith to him, Thou art the Christ.

Weymouth New Testament
Then He asked them pointedly, “But you yourselves, who do you say that I am?” “You are the Christ,” answered Peter.

World English Bible
He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered, “You are the Christ.”

Young’s Literal Translation
And he saith to them, ‘And ye — who do ye say me to be?’ and Peter answering saith to him, ‘Thou art the Christ.’

Matthew Henry Commentary
8:27-33 These things are written, that we may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. These miracles of our Lord assure us that he was not conquered, but a Conqueror. Now the disciples are convinced that Jesus is the Christ; they may bear to hear of his sufferings, of which Christ here begins to give them notice. He sees that amiss in what we say and do, of which we ourselves are not aware, and knows what manner of spirit we are of, when we ourselves do not. The wisdom of man is folly, when it pretends to limit the Divine counsels. Peter did not rightly understand the nature of Christ’s kingdom.

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# What are the best riddles by the Riddler (Batman)?

Q: I have billions of eyes, yet I live in darkness. I have millions of ears, yet only four lobes. I have no muscle, yet I rule two hemispheres. What am I?
A:The human brain

Q: We re five little items of an everyday sort; you ll find us all in a tennis court .
A:Vowels

Q: What is the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space, the beginning of every end and the end of every race?
A: The letter E

Q: What weighs six ounces, sits in a tree, and is very dangerous?
A:A sparrow with a machine gun

Q: What is it that walks on four legs then two legs and finally three legs?
A:The answer to all three is a baby. True, it crawls on all fours, but cut off its legs and it can only wiggle on two limbs. Give it a crutch, it can hobble around on three.

Q: When is the time of a clock like the whistle of a train?
A:When it s two to two.

Q: What belongs to you, but is used by others?

Q: Mr. Van Jones, why are you like a clock at midnight?
A:Because both of your hands are going straight up, right now.

Q: What is it that no man wants to have but no man wants to lose?
A:A lawsuit

Q: There are three men in a boat with four cigarettes but no matches. How do they manage to smoke?
A:They threw a cigarette overboard, and made the boat a cigarette lighter.

For more riddles from the 60 s Frank Gorshin s Riddler – Riddle Me This, Riddle Me That – Vintage Riddler Riddles

Answer: Because both need to be peeled

Riddle: When is the time of a clock like the whistle of a train?

Answer: When its two to two

Riddle: Why is a quarrel like a bargain?

Answer: It takes two to make one

Riddle: What kind of pins are used in soup?

Riddle: What was Joan of Arc made of?

Answer: She was maid of Orleans

Riddle: How many sides has a circle?

Riddle: Which President of the United States wore the biggest hat?

Riddle: What has neither nails or bones, but has four fingers and a thumb?

Riddle: There are three men in a boat with a pack of cigarettes and no matches. How did they manage to smoke?

Answer: They threw one cigarette overboard and the boat became a cigarette lighter.

Riddle: When is a person like a piece of wood?

Answer: When it s a ruler

Riddle: Question, what is it that no man wants, but no man wants to lose?

Riddle: What is black and white and red all over?

Riddle: What have branches and leaves but no bark?

Riddle: What has yellow skin and writes?

Riddle: What people are always in a hurry?

Robin: I ve got it! Someone Russian is going to slip on a banana peel and break their neck!

Batman: Exactly Robin! It s the only possible answer!

Riddle: What is always on its way here, but never arrives?

Riddle: The more you take away from it the larger it grows, what is it?

Riddle: Why is silk like grass?

Answer: They are both sold by the yard.

You can know more about him in this article with the best facts and quotes by The Riddler.

Here are few Riddles by The Reiddler-

Q:Why do million dollar deals breakdown in the wasteland?

A:A calling card for Daniel Mockridge that he should meet The Riddler in his club called The Wasteland

Q:What is the shortest distance between a point in Nomme, Alaska and a point in Miami Florida?

A:A curved line on a globe

Q:Do you know what happens to gate crashers?

A:They have to match wits with The Riddler

Q:When is a Minotaur s owner as high as an elephant s eye?

Q:Which way to the eating place? (translated from Farsi)

Q:I have billions of eyes, yet I live in darkness. I have millions of ears, yet only four lobes. I have no muscle, yet I rule two hemispheres. What am I?

A:The human brain

What Is Reality?Edit

Q:Where does a 500 pound gorilla sleep?

A:Anywhere it wants

Q:What s worse than a millipede with flat feet?

A:A giraffe with a sore throat

Q:How do you fit 5 elephants into a compact car?

A:Two in the front seat, two in the back seat, and one in the trunk.

Q:Those were things of the past Batman. Ancient history thats gone now. I m a new man, but you probably won t figure that out till it s too late.

A:A clue he planned to rob R. Newman Imports of antiques

Q:Riddle no. 31753701

A:A clue he intended to rob the First National Bank whose address is 10 Leslie (31753701 upside down and reversed)

Q:Go back to where it started with toys

A:Directions to a death trap planned for Batman at the toy fair held at the Gotham Convention Center

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## What is the best question and answer platform? Why? #sadlier #oxford #vocabulary #workshop #answers #level #f

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That would be Quora.

1. Users can communicate with everyone, giving you a wider pool of people to ask.
2. Quora somehow convinced and manage to regulate it s users in giving a meaningfull and well thought answers.
3. Quora offers a very wide network of brains, not only relating to one subject but also encompassing almost all topics ever thought of.
4. I really like their tag line or motto (whatever they call it)

The best answer to every queation.

And the makers of Quora really did try their best to portray it.

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• What are other question-asking websites like Quora?

• Is there any open source question and answer web platform like Stack Overflow?

• What is the best answer to the question why ?

• What is the best app for asking questions and getting answers from people geographically around you?

• Which is the best theme for a questions and answers platform?

• What are some open source question answer applications like Quora?

• What does a good answer on Quora look like? What does it mean to be helpful ?

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# Any Questions? What to Ask in an Interview

A good interview is more than just artful answers to any question a prospective employer throws your way. Remember, you’ll need to be just as prepared once the tables turn.

When an interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions?” she’s not just being polite. She’s trying to gauge whether you’re informed, interested, and engaged. Explains recruiter Angela Smith, “if an applicant doesn’t have any questions for me, that’s a red flag. I’m thinking that they either don’t care or can’t be bothered to do research about my company.”

This question is also an important opportunity to help you decide if the job and company is the right fit for you. Here’s our guide on what to ask (and avoid!) when you’re interviewing the interviewer.

## Step 1: Clarify Your Uncertainties

Your first step should be to ask anything about the position that hasn’t been covered in the interview (though not questions you’d know the answers to by looking at the job description or company website). “You want the questions to be well thought-out and meaningful to the position and industry,” says Smith. Sample questions could include:

• What does a typical day look like?
• What are the biggest challenges that someone in this position would face?
• How will I be trained? How will my performance be reviewed?
• What are the performance expectations of this position over the first 12 months?
• What are the most immediate projects that need to be addressed?

## Step 2: Remove Their Doubts

Next, ask questions that will allow you to talk about any strengths or accomplishments you didn’t cover in the interview, or to make sure that you are sharing with the interviewer the same types of qualities they are looking for. “I ask what kind of person they see ideally fitting the job,” says Brittany Mazin, a young professional. “It’s good to be clear on exactly what they are looking for and whether you are a good match for the job.” Once they answer, you can clarify or reiterate why you’ll be a good match. Some ways to phrase this:

• What are the skills and experiences you’re looking for in an ideal candidate?
• What attributes does someone need to have in order to be really successful in this position?
• What types of skills is the team missing that you’re looking to fill with a new hire?
• Is there anything that concerns you about my background being a fit for this role?

## Step 3: Uncover Red Flags

This can be tricky to do tactfully, but asking questions about turnover, culture, and growth opportunities during the interview process can prevent unpleasant surprises down the road. Questions you could ask include:

• What is the company culture like?
• Can you tell me about the team I’ll be working with?
• Where is the last person who held this job moving on to?
• Where have successful employees previously in this position progressed to?
• What are the career paths in this department/company?

## Step 4: Get a View of the Future

Asking questions about the growth of the company and its employees is a good idea for two reasons. “I always ask what a company’s goals are for the next five to ten years. It gives a good perspective on what their values are and how I may or may not fit with a company,” says Diane Kulseth, another young professional. Plus, asking about the future of the company and opportunities for your own growth shows that you’re committed and eager to learn. You can ask:

• Where do you see this company in the next few years?
• What can you tell me about your new product or plans for growth?
• What training programs are available to your employees?
• Are there opportunities for advancement or professional development?

## Step 5: Build a Relationship

When in doubt, ask the interviewer about himself or herself. “I ask interviewers about their journey in their career, such as what field they were in before and how it led to where they are now,” says Sasha Rice, a recent graduate. “People love talking about themselves… Plus, if you have similarities, it creates a bond between you and them.” But “be careful,” suggests Smith “to not get too personal, and pay attention to how the interviewer reacts.” Try questions like:

• How long have you been with the company?
• What did you do before?
• Why did you come to this company?

## Step 6: Wrap Up

At the end of the interview, don’t forget to ask about next steps. First, reiterate that you’re interested in the position (assuming you still are, of course!), and ask the following non-presumptuous questions about what’s next in the hiring process:

• What are the next steps in the interview process?
• Is there anything else I can provide you with that would be helpful?

## Questions to Avoid

Sure, there are a million more questions you’d like to ask (um, where’s the best place around here for happy hour?), but there are some key topics to avoid, too. Most importantly: “never ask any question you should already know the answer to. You must do your homework and research before going to the interview,” says Amy Stake-Michalenko, Career Services Manager at Fresh Start Women’s Foundation.

Salary is another taboo. “Never ask about benefits, pay, what they will do for you—particularly in a first or even second round interview. This will be negotiated once they make you an offer and prior to you accepting,” Stake-Michalenko adds.

Finally, don’t bombard the interviewer with a laundry list of questions. If she seems engaged in the conversation and encourages you to keep asking, great, but if you see her looking at her watch, time to wrap it up! It’s best to pick a handful of questions that are most important to you and leave on a positive note.

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# What are the instructions and trick to use for Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website or Peter Please Answer?

The site PeterAnswers.com is a simple browser game. It is only a computer program designed to take the common belief in “fortunetelling” and prove that there is no such thing as a person or computer program that knows more than the user-YOU. The computer program is based on a simple JavaScript and an HTML interactive FORM. PeterAnswers is for entertainment purposes only. It is not designed to be a real fortune telling experience nor does it really answer the questions submitted.

Instead, it takes the questions users ask and answers in one of two ways. The first way is that the user submits the ‘answer’ using the secret trick known to many-but not all–visitors. The second way can answer is when the user does not know the secret trick, the program will take keywords found within the question and spit out a rather meaningless answer.

Therefore, the only questions the program can answer correctly are questions that the user/web visitor already knows the answer to before submitting the question with the answer. Tip: don’t do your homework with Peteranswers!

What is the secret trick
In the second box, you enter your question in the form of a question. A Terms of Use instruction will appear in the next screen which you must agree to, then after submitting your question, it will say Peter is “thinking”. When finished, “Peter” will give an answer.
If you ask a question for which you know the answer AND you know the secret trick AND you have entered the trick correctly in the Petition box, the “answer” will simply deliver the answer you typed in that the program masked in the first box.
Part of the “trick” with the secret trick is knowing how to properly enter it. The easiest way to do the secret trick successfully is to NOT watch the screen, but instead look at your keyboard as you type. Let’s say your name is Sally. Type into the Petition Box this: Peter please answer.Sally (It will mask the period Sally, and it will finish typing the Petition.) Submit. It should “respond” with Sally as the magic “fortunetelling answer”.
Try a question that you do not know. For example, let’s say you would like to know “What is the name for the area where oxygen is exchanged with carbon dioxide in the lungs?” But you don’t know the correct answer. So you follow the standard directions, without using the secret trick (because you do not know the correct answer). Now, all the program can do is return a meaningless answer. Maybe it will say this, “You must trust Peter with your whole heart before Peter will reveal this truth.” Obviously, that is no “answer”.

An alternate way to use the secret trick on *some* similar sites

To trick your family or friends
1. Visit peteranswers.com where there are two text boxes: “Insert Petition” and “Insert Question.”

Note: If PeterAnswers truly had psychic powers, he would not need to “hear” your audience say the answer. Further, this computer program cannot “hear” anything, no matter how loudly you speak!

3. Enter text into the petition box. The directions tell you to type in either “Peter, please answer the following question:” or “Peter, please answer:” in the petition box. What your audience doesn’t know is that you’re telling Peter the answer.
· Note the colon “:” at the end of each of these queries. This is essential because without it, you will not be able to proceed to the question box. Once you type the phrase and enter the colon, your cursor will automatically move to the question box.
· Instead of typing “Peter, please answer the following question:” or “Peter, please answer:” start off your petition with a period followed by the answer you’re looking for. For example, if you intend to ask “Why is Wiki the best how-to manual ever?” then in the petition box you would type:
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o Because it’s a group effort
o As you type the answer you’re looking for, that’s not what you will see showing up in the text box. You will see the standard petition being typed, even though you’re typing something completely different. Your audience, however, will have their eyes on the screen and will never suspect that you’re giving Peter the answer.
o Your answer should be shorter than one of the standard petitions. When you finish typing the answer, the standard petition will still need to be finished on the screen.

So, after you type the answer, end it with a period. The period will show up as another character of the petition. After the period, however, anything you type will show up on the screen as you type it. Finish whatever is left of the query and send it off with a colon.

4.Type in the question. Be sure to end it with a question mark “?”. As soon as you enter the question mark, a box will appear with warnings about Privacy. For Peter to answer the question, you’ll need to click the “I Accept” button.

5. Watch as Peter thinks for a second and then displays the answer that you typed. If your audience doesn’t know that you typed in the answer, they will be flabbergasted. You can probably keep them amazed for quite a while as long as they don’t start paying close attention to what your fingers are actually typing.

Ex: type in Peter.Eclipes :
Q. what book am i reading?

There are many websites built on the same computer program that PeterAnswers uses

You have to reverse your words carefully to trick the computer program.

Guess what, Peter answers is a big trick! Here is what you do:
· On the part where you are supposed to type peter please answer, instead type period, you will notice that instead of. it will have a p.
· Next, just type the answer to the question, it should show up as Peter please answer the following question you finish typing the answer before the sentence Peter please answer the following question then hold down space bar the rest of the way)
· Now press enter
· Type your question and press enter

Now you can type in the question below, and type ask. Ta-da! the answer you typed in the petition will now appear.

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# What To Expect When Applying For Life Insurance

Life insurance can help ensure that your dependents have the resources they need to replace your income after you die. But how do you go about purchasing coverage? And what can you do to get the best possible rate? Understanding the process for obtaining life insurance can provide you with options for getting the coverage you need at a price you can afford.

One you have decided to purchase life insurance, you’ll need to determine your coverage amount – how much your beneficiaries will need after you die. Selecting coverage depends on several factors, including the age of your dependents, your spouse’s financial ability and your combined financial resources. (How Much Life Insurance Should You Carry? can help you determine coverage.)

Tips for the Application Process
You will need to complete an application to purchase life insurance. The application will ask for basic information, such as your name, address and employer.

It will also ask for the following personal information:

• height
• weight
• date of birth
• lifestyle habits (i.e. smoking, drinking, exercise)
• financial information, including your annual income and net worth

While it may be tempting to lie about your weight or other health issues, it’s important to tell the truth. If the company discovers that you lied about a health condition or lifestyle, it can increase your premium. cancel your policy and/or deny a beneficiary’s claim to the death benefit.

Some insurance companies will accept your answers to health-related questions on the application. However, most companies require an in-person medical exam. A life insurance agent will arrange for a paramedical (a licensed healthcare professional contracted by the insurance company) to meet you at your home, office or a clinic selected by the insurance company.

During the exam, the paramedical will likely:

• take your medical history (including medical conditions, surgeries and any prescription medications)
• check your height and weight
• draw a blood sample
• get a urine sample
• ask about lifestyle habits that could affect your health (such as exercise, smoking, drinking, recreational drug use, frequent travel or high-risk hobbies)

There may be additional tests you need to undergo depending on your age, the type of policy you want and the amount of coverage you’re applying for. Additional tests could include an EKG, a chest X-ray, and/or a treadmill test.

Next, an underwriter at the insurance company will review your application and medical exam results. He or she may order medical records from your physician to learn more about any medical conditions you may have and any treatment received. This information helps them determine what risk you represent to the company financially and how much to charge you for coverage. If you lie about a medical condition, the insurance company may not only deny you coverage but may also “red-flag” you, meaning that other insurers will know you were denied coverage because you lied.

Once your application and medical exam have been reviewed, the company will either approve or deny your request to purchase coverage. That process can take days or weeks, depending on if you have submitted a complete application, how long it takes to receive lab results, if the company requests information from your physician, and so on. (Once you’re approved, learn how to understand the key parts of your policy by reading Life Insurance Clauses Determine Your Coverage .)

While you can’t do anything about two of the three main factors affecting your insurance premium (age and family medical history), there are steps you can take regarding the third – lifestyle. You could lower your insurance premium if you:

Quit smoking. As a non-smoker you are likely to live longer, meaning the life insurance company will have more years to collect your premium payments before having to possibly pay out on the policy when you die.

Lose weight. Weight loss often means lower cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure and lower risk of developing chronic diseases like diabetes. All of these improvements to your health can make you a better insurance risk.

Reduce or eliminate your alcohol intake. Drinking can pose a potential health risk. Life insurance companies will check your application, driving record and your medical exam to get a grasp of your drinking habits. Drinking less alcohol – or stopping entirely – makes you less of a risk for the company and therefore you’ll likely be rewarded with a lower premium.

Switching from permanent to term life insurance. Depending on your age and how long you expect to need life insurance coverage. you may want to consider switching to a term policy. Check the cancellation policy on your current coverage before making a change.

Switching insurers. You may be able to get similar or better coverage for less money.

Eliminating riders. Riders are optional policy provisions that pay additional money to your beneficiaries. Types of riders include these five:

• accidental benefit rider – pays your beneficiaries if your death was the result of an accident
• children’s term life insurance rider – pays if a child covered under your life insurance policy dies
• waiver of premium rider – pays your policy premium if you become permanently and totally disabled
• living benefits rider – pays a portion of your death benefit payment in advance if you are diagnosed with a terminal illness or if you require long-term care or nursing-home services

payor rider – waives premiums if you die or become disabled before a covered dependent child reaches a certain age (Find out how riders can help you customize your policy in Let Life Insurance Riders Drive Your Coverage .)

Looking for “no-load” or “low-load” policies. These policies are often less expensive because insurance agents charge a flat fee rather than a steep commission .

Asking about payment discounts. You may get a discount for paying your bill in full annually rather than paying monthly. Insurers may also give a discount for having your payment automatically withdrawn from your checking account .

Choosing a company that has experience covering people with your condition. If you have a medical condition, a broker can help find a company that is likely to work with you and may provide a better rate class.

• Reviewing your Medical Information Bureau file. Insurers share information on applicants’ medical conditions through the Medical Information Bureau (MIB). Request a free copy of your file from the MIB’s website and review it; incorrect information could negatively affect your premium.
• Conclusion
Take the time to educate yourself about your life insurance options. A good insurance broker can help walk you through the process and find the policy that provides the coverage you need at a price you can afford.

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# Which letter of the alphabet has the most water?

A rich man wants to pay the painter who is currently painting his mansion for a week. He doesn t have cash so he plans to pay in gold until he has the cash back in a week,
If he has the 7 gold bars stuck together in a line, and he has to pay the painter one bar a day, and exchange it at the end of the week, what is the minimum cut done to the gold bars to solve his problem?

I strike in color but not in touch, and my beauty is smart
Often I m killed for another s heart
I always come with pain
What am I?

whAT R U I VE BEEN STUMPED ON THIS

You wear me every day but you never put me on.I will change colors if you leave me out too long. What am I?

Julie Ann Dressler

what is the answer to little riddles 101, question 126.

Hi help me with 64 please .I . that s all it says

There was a green house. Inside the green house there was a white house. Inside the white house there was a red house. Inside the red house there was lots of babies. What is it? I ve searched every cheat and this question isn t even listed. The answer is 10 letters. The letters are m w a n e o l r e t

I am stuck on this question I m light as a feather,yet the strongest man can t hold me for much more than a minute(level3)

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# What Is Your Greatest Weakness Job Interview Question

Updated October 07, 2016

There are several different ways to answer when you re asked during a job interview what your greatest weakness is. You can mention skills that aren t critical for the job, skills you have improved on, or turn a negative into a positive.

Even though the question is about weaknesses, your answer should always be framed around positive aspects of your skills and abilities as an employee.

### Discuss Non-Essential Skills

One approach to answering this question is to analyze the key skills and strengths required for the position you are interviewing for and then come up with an honest shortcoming which is not essential for success in that job.

For example, if you are applying for a nursing job, you might share that you are not particularly adept at conducting group presentations. In this case it will be critical to underscore your strength in one-on-one communication with patients, while providing an example of your difficulty with presentations to large groups.

### Mention Skills You Have Improved

Another option is to discuss skills that you have improved upon during your previous job, so you are showing the interviewer that you can make improvements when necessary. You can sketch for employers your initial level of functioning, discuss the steps you have taken to improve this area, and then reference your current, improved level of skill.

If you use this strategy be sure not to mention anything that you improved upon that is related to the job for which you are interviewing. You don t want your qualifications for the job to be questioned.

### Turn a Negative Into a Positive

Another option is to turn a negative into a positive. For example, a sense of urgency to get projects completed or wanting to triple-check every item in a spreadsheet can be turned into a strength i.e. you are a candidate who will make sure that the project is done on time and your work will be close to perfect.

### 9 Examples of the Best Answers

Note that the term weakness isn t used in the sample answers —​​ you always want to focus on the positive when interviewing.

• When I m working on a project, I don t want just to meet deadlines. Rather, I prefer to complete the project well ahead of schedule.
• Being organized wasn t my strongest point, but I implemented a time management system that really helped my organization skills.
• I like to make sure that my work is perfect, so I tend to perhaps spend a little too much time checking it. However, I ve come to a good balance by setting up a system to ensure everything is done correctly the first time.
• I used to wait until the last minute to set appointments for the coming week, but I realized that scheduling in advance makes much more sense.
• Sometimes, I spend more time than necessary on a task, or take on tasks personally that could easily be delegated to someone else. Although I ve never missed a deadline, it is still an effort for me to know when to move on to the next task, and to be confident when assigning others work.
• I had difficulty with calculus during college, but I persevered with tutoring assistance and extra effort and completed 2 levels with a B minus average.
• I used to like to work on one project to its completion before starting on another, but I ve learned to work on many projects at the same time, and I think it allows me to be more creative and effective in each one.
• I ve learned to make my perfectionism work to my advantage. I have become proficient at meeting deadlines, and with my attention to detail, I know my work is accurate.
• As an undergrad, I used to leave assignments until the last minute, but with the workload of graduate school, I learned to schedule my time very effectively.

Review more interview questions related to your strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and accomplishments, along with examples of answers.

### More Job Interview Questions and Answers

Questions for candidates for employment to ask the interviewer.

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# Job Interview Question: What Motivates You?

Updated June 07, 2016

When you are applying for a position a typical job interview question is What motivates you? This is a broad and open-ended question. which can make it hard to know how to answer. After all, most people are motivated by many factors, including pay, prestige, making a difference, seeing results, and interacting with interesting people.

### Why Do Interviewers Want to Know What Motivates You?

In asking this question, interviewers hope to figure out what makes you tick.

Honest answers can help reveal what circumstances help you feel excited and enthused. (Another common variant of this interview question is What are you passionate about?. which also tries to open a window into what makes an interviewee excited and fulfilled.) Giving insight into the forces that motivate you at work can be a window into your personality and style, helping interviewers get a sense of you as both a person, and how you d be as an employee.

After all, there s a big difference between the candidate who s motivated by building teams and establishing strong relationships with co-workers and the candidate whose best day is working on a report that improves the company s bottom-line. Both of these candidates bring with them strong advantages, and this question can help interviewers narrow down the candidate that s the best fit for the position and the company.

### What s the Best Way to Answer This Interview Question?

When you answer this question, be honest — but also keep your audience in mind.

While you may be most motivated by receiving a regular paycheck, that answer is not very inspiring from an interviewer s perspective. It can be hard to think of a good answer for this question on the spot since it requires a bit of self-reflection.

• What happened during your best days?
• When were you most looking forward to a day at the office?
• When did you come home from work bursting with stories, and feeling enthusiastic and excited?

Whether it was a successful meeting with a client, a complex project wrangled into submission, learning a new skill, or anything else, keep this in your mind when framing your answer. As well, consider what skills and abilities the position you are applying to calls for. If you are applying to be a manager, framing an answer around relationship-building and helping other succeed and meet goals might be a stronger answer than a discussion about learning new things or working with clients.

• I like to be part of a team with a lot of bright people who have interesting ideas.
• It really excites me to work with clients on a one on one basis and see positive results.
• I love preparing and giving presentations. Being in front of an audience, and seeing them respond to my ideas is a real thrill, and making that connection is inspiring and exciting.
• I m really driven by results — I like when I have a concrete goal to meet, and enough time to figure out a strong strategy for accomplishing it. At my last job, our yearly goals were very aggressive, but I worked with my manager and the rest of my team to figure out a month-by-month strategy for meeting the year-end numbers. It was a real thrill to make that accomplishment.
• I m motivated by digging into data. Give me a spreadsheet and questions, and I m eager to figure out what s driving the numbers. At my current position, I prepare the monthly analytics report around sales. The learnings from these reports help drive and determine how the company charts its next steps and makes sales goals for the following months, and having that influence, and providing the must-know information, is really motivating.
• Learning new things has always been a great motivator for me. From every job I ve had, I believe I ve always been able to learn something new, or a new way to look at a problem.
• I m very deadline-driven and enjoy having the opportunity to figure out a new organizational system that will help keep me on track to meet the deadline.
• I really like providing mentoring and coaching to my colleagues. I m everyone s go-to person when they have a question or need a second opinion, and I am always happy to help.
• I was responsible for several projects where I directed development teams and implemented repeatable processes. The teams achieved 100% on-time delivery of software products. I was motivated both by the challenge of finishing the projects ahead of schedule and by managing the teams that achieved our goals.
• I have always wanted to ensure that my company s clients get the best customer service I can provide. I ve always felt that it s important, both to me personally, and for the company and the clients, to provide a positive customer experience. My drive to constantly develop my customer service skills is the reason I earned top sales at my company two quarters in a row.
• I have always been motivated by the desire to meet a deadline. Setting and reaching deadlines gives me such a sense of accomplishment. I love creating an organized schedule for completing a task and achieving my deadlines. For example, when I ran a fundraising event last year, I set multiple deadlines for a variety of tasks leading up to the event. Achieving each deadline motivated me to keep working, and made the event run smoothly.

Here are more common interview questions that you ll be asked, along with sample answers and tips on how to respond.

More Job Interview Questions and Answers

Questions for candidates for employment to ask the interviewer.

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# What are the answers to questions on WebAssign?

The types of answers on WebAssign vary according to the nature of the question and may involve a number, letter, word or a more complex response. Simple factual answers can be graded either by the instructor or an automated program, whereas show-your-work, essays and other complex answers must be graded by the instructor. Answer keys are available to the instructor to facilitate grading.

## How can you get help on WebAssign?

After a student has completed an assignment, an instructor can respond in a number of ways. A simple mark might indicate a student has answered a question or part of a question correctly. A feedback bubble with comments might contain explanations or hints to point the student towards the answer. The instructor can also provide the student with the answer key along with the graded material. Students cannot access the answer key on their own unless the instructor allows it.

The instructor has a lot of discretion when setting up courses on WebAssign. He can use all or part of ready-made course packs available for some courses through WebAssign. The instructor’s own course material, assignments and quizzes can be added to the ready-made content. The instructor can access and change the material at any time while the course is going on. He can also control the students’ access to learning tools, responses, marks and overall scores.

## Where are some statistics test answers?

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## Are answers available for Biology Junction study guides?

A: Biology Junction study guides contain practice quizzes that reveal the correct answer to every question upon clicking the “Check Your Work” bottom at the b. Full Answer

## What are some answers to common macroeconomics questions?

A: Three of the most frequently used elements of macroeconomics are the production function, the output equation and the unemployment equation. All three are. Full Answer

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