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Terminate This If You Can!

  1. Feb 2, 2007 #1
    bet ya many of you can't figure this one out.
    don't rush with your conclusion.
    the solution is not what you may think at first glance.
     

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  3. Feb 2, 2007 #2
    Could you post a link to somewhere other than the physics forums? I know many of us can't actually see attachment files on the site for whatever reason...

    DaveE
     
  4. Feb 2, 2007 #3

    cristo

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    Yea, I can't see the attachment files either-- it's only seems to be in the brainteasers forum though... strange!
     
  5. Feb 2, 2007 #4
    It's to preserve bandwidth issues I suspect. Otherwise, everyone would bog down the server if there were tons of attachments being viewed from physicsforums. I believe those who sponsor the forums have those priveleges.
     
  6. Feb 2, 2007 #5

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    I always presumed it was more of a censorship/monitoring issue - ensuring nothing nasty was attached. Never followed through on the logic of that though.
     
  7. Feb 2, 2007 #6

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    It seems a bit strange that only one subforum has the attachments only viewable to PF contributors though.

    All attachments must be approved, but before they have been approved , the attachment says "attachment pending approval" and doesn't provide a clickable link.

    I think I'll ask about this in the feedback forum, since I thought I was just me that this happened to!
     
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  8. Feb 2, 2007 #7
    The attach is still on pending.Patience people.
     
  9. Feb 2, 2007 #8

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  10. Feb 2, 2007 #9

    Kurdt

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    Anyway first guess at the answer, KBI?
     
  11. Feb 2, 2007 #10

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  12. Feb 2, 2007 #11

    Kurdt

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    Yeah I was wondering whether people would get that question 8 or if i should post the page number.
     
  13. Feb 2, 2007 #12
    Wrong.
    :confused: :zzz:

    Yeah,I've always had a feeling that this part of PF is the crapiest one.
    :smile:
     
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  14. Feb 2, 2007 #13
    The questions and diagrams in the PDF from that link are ridiculous!

    Are you guys good at answering this stuff? I don't even know where to start with half of these.
     
  15. Feb 2, 2007 #14
    Guess: LJK
     
  16. Feb 2, 2007 #15
    No wonder it's a test for exceptional intelligence. :tongue:
     
  17. Feb 2, 2007 #16

    Kurdt

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    The Haselbauer-Dickheiser test was designed to test intelligence in the range of 180 and greater.
     
  18. Feb 2, 2007 #17

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    I wonder of there's a timeline for the test. I might be able to get a few of them with enough time.
     
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  19. Feb 2, 2007 #18

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    There was never a time limit given (as far as i know) but I presume when it was used you'd get a reasonable amount of time 2-3h or something.
     
  20. Feb 2, 2007 #19
    Which encompasses less than 1% of the world's population, I assume (I have the phrase "Less than 1% of the worlds population has an IQ over 135" in my head but I am not sure if that's correct. The picture looks valid in my head though!).

    How many get over 180?????
     
  21. Feb 2, 2007 #20

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    The answer is JGD. The primary sort is on the number or intersections or crossings, and secondary sorting is reverse-alphabetic order.
     
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