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• From: Karen Grayson <kgrayson@JUNO.COM>
• Date: Tue, 19 Nov 1996 17:02:26 EST
```A friend sent this to my daughter and I thought everyone would enjoy it:
Karen
>
>
> Think...Think...Think...Think...Think...Think...Think...Think...Think
>
>      This test does not measure intelligence, your fluency with words,
> creativity or mathematical ability.  It will, however, give you some
> gauge of your mental flexibility.  In the three years since the test
> was developed, few people have been found who could solve more than
> half of the 26 questions on the first try.  Many, however, reported
>
> after the testing had been set aside, particularly at unexpected
> moments when their minds were relaxed.  Some reported solving all the
> questions over
>
> a period of several days.  Take the test as your personal challenge.
> 16 correct answers out of the 26 = Genius.
>
> Instructions:  Each equation below contains the initials of words that
> will make it correct.  Furnish the missing words.  For example:  60 =
> M in an H. would be 60 = the minutes in an hour.  GOOD LUCK AND HAVE
> FUN.
>
>  1.  26 = L of the A.
>  2.  7 = W of the A W
>  3.  1001 = A N
>  4.  12 =  S of the Z
>  5.  54 = C in a D (with the J)
>  6.  9 = P in the S S
>  7.  88 = P K
>  8.  13 = S on the A F
>  9.  18 = H on a G C
> 10.  32 = D F at which W F
> 11.  8 = S on a S S
> 12.  200 = D for P G in M
> 13.  3 = B M (S H T R)
> 14.  90 = D in a R A.
> 15.  4 = Q in a G
> 16.  24 = H in a D
> 17.  1 = W on a U
> 18.  5 = D in a Z C
> 19.  57 = H V
> 20.  11 = P on a F T
> 21.  1000 = W that a P is W
> 22.  29 = D in F in a L Y
> 23.  64 = S on a C
> 24.  40 = D and N of G F
> 25.  80 = D to G A the W
> 26.  2 = No. it T to T
>

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