What are the five most difficult riddles in the world?
Answer == The difficulty of a riddle is dependent on the person who asks it. A question can be simple or really hard depending on how it is worded. Consider:
* My weight for words against the wind? * What's heavy, ornamental, almost useless and sits in your office? * If I sit where I am told then all your letters you will hold. What am I? The first one was meant to be hard the last easy, but they all signify the same thing.
Some riddles that have stood the test of time.
- What goes on four legs in the morning, two legs in the day, and three legs in the evening? The riddle of the sphinx, from the legend of Oedipus. Bronze-age Greece.
- What has three heads, six legs, two arms, and two wings? Riddle recovered from clay tables in the excavated library of Asphrabal, bronze-age Assyria.
- The riddle of the Green Knight. From 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight', dark-age England.
- If one grain of rice were to be put on the first square, and two on the next, and then four on the next and so on till all 64 squares are visited then shall this suffice for my payment? From Medieval India.
- Out of the eater has came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness. Sampson's riddle from bronze-age Israel.
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The difficulty of a language depends on many things. Native speakers of English can learn Spanish with less difficulty than Native Korean speakers, since English is closer to Spanish than Korean is. On top of that some languages are considered easy to learn to speak, but difficult to learn to wri…te and vice versa. An example would be Mandarin Chinese, from the perspective of Native English speakers it is considered easy to learn to speak, but difficult to read and write. (MORE)
Which of the following statements are true? 1. At least one of these ten statements is false. 2. At least two of these ten statements are false. 3. At least three of these ten statements are false. 4. At least four of these ten statements are false. 5. At least five of these ten statements… are false. 6. At least six of these ten statements are false. 7. At least seven of these ten statements are false. 8. At least eight of these ten statements are false. 9. At least nine of these ten statements are false. 10. At least ten of these ten statements are false. Answer:? (MORE)
The most famous riddle that has been known to be very difficult to answer is related to Greek mythology and the riddle from The Sphinx: What creature walks on 4 legs in the morning, two legs at noon, and three legs at night? Answer: a Human Being - crawls as a baby, walks upright when mature, and… uses a cane in old age. the answer is 'no' because the riddle is I turn polar bears white and I will make you cry. I make guys have to pee and girls comb their hair. I make celebrities look stupid and normal people look like celebrities. I turn pancakes brown and make your champagne bubble. If you squeeze me, I'll pop. If you look at me, you'll pop. Can you guess the riddle? You can guess the riddle but you may not know the answer. You can always guess stuff. By the way the answer is "time". ;) ______________________________________________________________________ Your answer isn't right. The ACTUAL answer is " pressure ". There was a man in a town called Nantucket. he owned a small garage on 42 westville boulevard, he made $30,000 a year, had 3 cats and owned a Honda civic. what was his middle name? (MORE)
The 10 most difficult mountains to climb is pretty subjective based on what you are defining as "difficult". Technical climbing skills required? Most likely to get you killed by an avalanche? Most likely to get you killed by altitude? Requires the most planning and expedition resources? Subject to t…he most in-climate weather? Also techniques come into play, is oxygen allowed? Pneumatic drills? Let's go purest and assume no for both. Based on trying to mix it up a little and look for difficulty that encompasses as many of these factors as possible, I would venture my top 10 as: 1. K2 - immensely challenging in every way. High, savage weather, technical, remote. A beast. 2. Gasherbrum IV - Very similar to K2. Slightly lower, but slightly steeper. 3. Nanga Parbat - North face has the highest relief of any face on earth. Treacherous avalanches have earned it the name "Killer Mountain" 4. Great Trango Tower - Tallest near vertical wall on earth...and it's at 20,000 feet with little or no snow to melt for the tremendous water required at that altitude. All the difficulties of the Patagonian towers at high altitude. 5. Baintha Brakk - "The Ogre" Extremely steep, technical mountain in the Karakorum. The best mountaineers in the world consistently mention it as one of the worlds hardest, that's enough for me. To make it worse, apparently it's covered in hungry bears that cause all kinds of trouble at camp. No, that's not a joke. 6. Latok I - The "Ogre's Brother". Close in proximity and difficulty to Baintha Brakk. It's North Ridge is a notorious unclimbed route. Many of the best have tried, all have failed. The closest was still nearly an El Capitan and a half from the summit. 7. Makalu - Considered one of the hardest and most dangerous of the 8000m giants. 8. Everest - Enough with obscurity, being the worlds tallest has to mean something...It means that especially without oxygen, altitude is a tremendous challenge and Everest has more of it than anywhere else. 9. Annapurna - When you kill fully 40% of the summit attempters I guess you have to make the list. Far from the most technical, but it still has the highest mortality rate among 8000m peaks. Maybe it's the extreme avalanche danger, maybe it's just cursed. 10. Cerro Torre - Had to have 1 mountain not in Asia. Immense, remote, awe-inspiring granite spire in Patagonia. Once considered by some mountaineers the hardest mountain in the world. Low altitude, but extremely technical and subject to horrific weather. Worth honorable mention: Mt. McKinnley (Denali) - Probably most dangerous and challenging mountain in North America. In sheer size, one of the largest mountains in the world. Its extreme latitude makes air thinner than altitude would suggest, and subject to terrible weather all year. Chacraraju - The most difficult peak in Andes. Monte Fitzroy - Near Cerro Torre. Extremely technical and remote. One of the most breathtaking mountains to look at in the world. Is found near El ChaltÃ©n in the Argentinian Patagonia. Matterhorn - The mountain that really started it all. Still a spectacular peak to behold and one of Europe's greatest climbs. (MORE)
the answer is "no" can you answer the riddle "no' the answer is Pressure! . polar bears are white because the pressure at the poles is low so they have to absorb heat pressure makes you cry if its too much pressure in your bladder makes you have to pee peer pressure makes girls come …their hair celebrities usually crack under pressure many people will shine under pressure pancakes will turn brown thanks to the pressure generated by the heat champaine will bubble until the pressure of the carbonation has dissapeared if you squeeze some thing under pressure bam! there it goes (MORE)
Rank City Population Definition Area (kmÂ²) Population density (/kmÂ²) Country Population x Density (x10 9 /kmÂ²) . 1 Mumbai 13,073,926  Municipal corporation 440 29,042 India 377 2 Karachi 11,608,000  City District 3,530 3,957 Pakistan 47 3 Delhi 11,505,196  Munic…ipal corporation 1,400 7,896 India 85 4 SÃ£o Paulo 11,016,703  City proper 1,520 7,247 Brazil 79 5 Moscow 10,654,000  City proper (includes Zelenograd) 1,081 9,644 Russia 101 6 Seoul 10,297,004  Special City 605.41 17,008 South Korea 173 7 Istanbul 10,291,102  City proper 1,970 5,137 Turkey 51 8 Shanghai 9,838,400  (2001-12-31) Core districts + inner suburbs 1,600 6,775 China 72 9 Lagos 9,229,944  City proper Nigeria 10 Mexico City 8,658,576  Federal District 1,550 5,626 Mexico 48 11 Jakarta 8,568,838  Special capital district 660 12,738 Indonesia 106 (MORE)
a man and his wife r driving and run outta gas. the man walks to a store. he buys gas and walks back. when he unlocks the car, he finds that his wife is dead and there is a stranger in the car. who is the stranger??? *I will not tell you the answer* I am the improver and the answer is that th…e women was pregnant and died from child birth.The stranger was the baby. (MORE)
A man lives on the 31st floor of an apartment building and takesthe elevator all the way down to the bottom to go to work everyday.When he returns from work, he takes that same elevator only up tothe 16th floor and then gets out and walks up the stairs the restof the way - except on days when it rai…ns when he takes it all theway to the 31st floor. Why does he do this? ANSWER: ......He is a midget and can only reach up to the 16th floor buttonon the elevator! On days when it rains he takes an umbrella whichhe can use to push the higher buttons. (MORE)
It used to be: "What is the meaning of life" but now it is: "Is this a harmful question?"
This one^^ haha lol! and.... what is black, white and red all over??? (answer): a newspaper that is already read! lol! haha :) . . lol!
What a riddle of a question! What's the hardest riddle in the world? This is perhaps the hardest question I've ever attempted to answer. It would have been the second hardest question but some benevolent soul deemed another question as a harmful question and denied any attempts to answer it. That qu…estion was; "Is this a trick question" which is the first thing I asked myself when I read this question here. Then I asked myself how it was that this question managed to escape the harmful question police as it seems self evident that many people would read your question and wonder to themselves if this is a trick question. I am hesitant to even answer this question as I keep asking myself; "Self, is this a trick question?" Which makes my palms all sweaty and my heart palpitate from fear of asking harmful questions. Where are the harmful question police when you need one? (MORE)
Short Answer: Professional Cycling. Long Answer: In order to properly answer this question, we first have to determine our definition of 'most difficult'. Difficulty can be measured in various ways, including strength and endurance requirements. In my opinion, the best and most logical assessment… is wattage. Human energy, as most of us know, is usually measured in Calories. Calories can be converted into Joules, another measurement of energy. A Watt is one joule per second . If we look at total energy expenditure over time, I believe Pro Cycling comes out on top. A pro cyclist averages between 260 and 450 watts. During a three week stage race like the Tour de France, this means that a cyclist might produce between 85 and 142 million joules. As far as I know, no other sport on the planet demands this kind of expenditure from competitors. Therefore it is my hypothesis that Pro Cycling is the most difficult sport in the world. Some other difficult sports include Soccer, Rowing, Marathon Running and Speed Skating. The problem with making any sort of determination concerning the difficulty of a given sport is that its participants are inherently biased, and take unwarranted offense at the notion that their sport is less difficult than another sport. This is because they feel, for them, what they do is very difficult. By that criteria the most difficult sport for you the reader is different than the most difficult sport for all humanity. (MORE)
It's not pressure. The final question was 'Can you guess the riddle'? So if you are stumped the answer is simply 'No'.
Your answer is based on opinion, not facts. By facts the five most powerful nations in the world (based on economy, alliances, military, etc.) 1. America 2. Russia 3. China 4. Germany 5. France The British were the ones closest to taking over the world, 2/3 of it. This is incorrect,Amer…ica is a continent containing many large & prosperous or potentially prosperous countries,and not a Nation.You probably mean the USA,also the UK should be in 4th place,followed by France and then Germany,otherwise your list is OK. (MORE)
The answer is Me. The world's greatest riddle is the riddle of the sphinx: Whatwalks on two legs is the morning, On two legs in thenoon, And three legs at night? Want to know the answer?Ask WikiAnswers! I know: The "morning, noon and night" refer to thestages of a man's life. When he's young …(morning), he walks on twolegs. When he's middle aged (noon), He still walks on two legs. Andwhen he's old (night) he walks on three.... with a walking stick.YES I AM SMART! (MORE)
What house is this that rules thus Forcing faith to fend with fear? The answer to this riddle lies With dead and dying here.
I think it's gotta be the question of life...WHo made us? does god exist or are we really just extremely evolved bacteria? Are we here for a reason? Or were we just some form of luck? And if we were some form of luck,is there other life somewhere that beat the odds?...keeps me up all night thinking … .......................................................... I think that the most difficult question to answer is "WHY?" (MORE)
(RECOVERED FROM "What is considered the hardest riddle in the world") One There is a man stuck in a concrete cube. There is concrete behind, in front, above, below, and on both sides of him. Each wall is 10 feet thick and there are no holes or windows. The only other thing in this cube of 10 feet… thick concrete is a table and a mirror. How does the man escape? Two There are four animals standing around a coconut tree. The animals are a lion, a monkey, a squirrel, and a giraffe. Which animal will get the bananas off the tree first? Three In a street there are five houses, painted five different colors. In each house lives a person who has a different nationality, who keeps a different pet, drinks different beverages, and smokes a different brand of cigar. Who owns the fish? Clues: . The British man lives in a red house. . The Swedish man keeps dogs as pets. . The Danish man drinks tea. . The Green house is next to, and on the left of the White house. . The owner of the Green house drinks coffee. . The person who smokes Pall Mall rears birds. . The owner of the Yellow house smokes Dunhill. . The man living in the center house drinks milk. . The Norwegian lives in the first house. . The man who smokes Blends lives next to the one who keeps cats. . The man who keeps horses lives next to the man who smokes Dunhill. . The man who smokes Blue Master drinks beer. . The German smokes Prince. . The Norwegian lives next to the blue house. . The Blends smoker lives next to the one who drinks water. Four You are killed in a plane crash and find yourself at 2 doors : one leads to heaven and the other to hell. There is a troll at each door and the trolls are identical in every way. You find instructions posted on the wall behind you : you can ask one question and one question only, and you can only direct it to one of the trolls. One troll will always lie to you regardless of your question, and the other will always tell you the truth. Only the trolls themselves know which will lie and which will be truthful, and that is all you are told. What one question should you ask? A1 : He looks in the mirror. He takes what he saw, and saws the table in half. He puts the table together again, two halves making a whole. He leaves through the hole. :-) A2: It's a coconut tree. A3 : The man who own the fish is the German in the green house, who smokes Prince and drinks coffee. (Complete solution at the related link to "Einstein's Puzzle") A4 : Ask "If I were to ask the other troll which gate leads to heaven, which door would he point to?" If the lying troll were to be asked, he would have to consider the honest troll's perspective, but because he has to lie, he will be forced to point at the door leading to hell. Alternately, the honest troll would consider the lying troll's perspective and be truthful, making him point to the door that leads to hell. Obviously, you would enter the door that the troll you are asking did not point to. (see related question) (MORE)
Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant and Leopard. But apart from the Leopard, who's very elusive, I don't see why they would have been particularly difficult to hunt on foot.
You are reffering to the big 5 of Africa. Although some consider there to be a sixth animal, the Hippopotamus, there are really only 5. The white rhino (the black rhino is too endangered to hunt), the leopard (dont underestimate it, it is said for every second one is on you that you will require 100… stitches), the Elephant (still legal to hunt in some countries), the cape buffalo (also known as black death, often considered the most dangerous member of the big 5) and the king of beasts, the lion. (MORE)
I am brown and gobble, you eat me for thanks giving who am i? this is the easiest one and i made it up so unless your stupid you know what the answer is
I would not say it's the best, but it's one of my favorites: What is more powerful than god? More evil than the devil? Rich people want it? Poor people have got it, And if you eat it, you die? ANSWER........LOOK DOWN AFTER THINKING ABOUT IT FOR A WHILE. . . . . . . . . …. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The answer is......"NOTHING". just a follow up. again, not the best in the world, but very good.. "guess the object" The person who made it didn't want to make it. The person who bought it didn't want to pay for it And the person who is using it has no idea that they are! What's the object? -scroll down- a coffin. Here is a good one. It even got my teacher. I have two coins that are together equal to 30 cents in my pocket. One of the coins is a quarter, the other is not a nickel. What coins do I have? scroll down (One is a nickel the other isn't!!!!) What can go up a chimney down but can't come down a chimney up? Answer: smoke. (MORE)
Chinese include ( Japanese and Korean) + Arabic.. obviously the alphabet AND the pronunciation are unbelievable ! Answer Polish There is no such thing. Language difficulty depends on the person. Other factors are the learner's native language and their familiarity with the target language's… culture. (MORE)
1. Chimpanzees . 2. Octopus . 3. Smaller Toothed Whales . 4. Dolphins . 5. Elephants
On anyone's list of top Mountains Worldwide you would find these five with the first three clear leaders. You could add Mount Rainier, Matterhorn, Eiger, K2, and a number of others to this list.. 1. Mount Everest. 2. Mount St. Helens. 3. Mount Fuji. 4. Mount Kilimanjaro. 5. Pikes Peak
According to Guinness World Records, the hardest tongue twister in the world is "The sixth sick sheikh's sixth sheep's sick."
Australian taipan . black mamba . Russell viper . forest cobra . eastern brown snake
If Miss Koprivanac is a Male or Female. She has been studied by scientists and they have discovered that she/he has a mangina.
Five very busy and important airports in the world include LondonHeathrow Airport (LHR), New York John F Kennedy Airport (JFK), HongKong International Airport (HKG), Frankfurt Main Airport (FRA) andAmsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS).
I turn polar bears white And I will make you cry. I make guys have to pee And girls comb their hair. I make celebrities look stupid And normal people look like celebrities. I turn pancakes brown And make your champagne bubble. If you squeeze me, I'll pop. If you look at me, you'll …pop. Message me for the answer.. (MORE)
It's Apparently Still a Riddle... There seem to be various contenders for what is considered the hardest riddle in the world. Here are some brain-twisting responses from WikiAnswers contributors: . 1) . I turn polar bears white And I will make you cry. I make guys have to pee And girls …comb their hair. I make celebrities look stupid And normal people look like celebrities. I turn pancakes brown And make your champagne bubble. If you squeeze me, I'll pop. If you look at me, you'll pop. . Can you answer this riddle? - 97% of Harvard graduates couldn't answer this, but 84% of kindergarten students could (in less than 6 minutes). Answer: The answer is "pressure," although some people have argued that the answer is "time" because it refers to the following poem. The simple answer is either Yes or No, because that is what the question literally asks, and kids would give up sooner. Time The time has come, winter is here and those yellow bears disappear. The time has past as man looks back with a sigh and a tear in his eye. As time is held boys cross their legs but of course the toilet begs As time marches on Girls loose their blush and swap a comb for their brush As time passes For those held high their end is nigh As time catches up Everyone is equal when we get to the final sequel As time turns Without it we have flour and water With it we have breakfast for my daughter As time revolves into something so fine As time runs out The more in a minute you try and squeeze the less you can do with ease. As time ticks All the time that has past man cannot comprehend something so vast. (See Related question.) . 2) The Chicken Riddle If a chicken says, "All Chickens are liars" is the chicken telling the truth? Answer: Chickens can't talk! . 3) Village of Truths/Village of Lies A man is traveling to a town and comes to a fork in the road. If he goes left, he goes to the liars' village. If he goes right, he then goes to the village of truths - which is where he wants to go. However, he does not know which way is which. He doesn't have time to go both routes, so he approaches a stranger who is standing in the middle of the fork. The stranger says he may only ask 3 questions and he will answer them. The man asks, "Are you from the village of truths?" The stranger says, "Yes!" However, the man is still facing a dilemma: If the stranger was from the village of truths he can only tell the truth, but if he was from the village of liars, he would say he was from the village of truth. So then he asks the stranger, "Are you telling the truth?" The stranger says, "Yes!" But sadly this leaves the man in the same position as before. Can you figure it out ? Answer: The man finally realizes that what he must do is ask the stranger the path back to his own village. If he was from village of truths, he takes him there. Even if he is from the village of liars, he will still take him to the village of truths. . 4) What am I ? If you look you cannot see me. And if you see me you cannot see anything else. I can make anything you want happen, but later everything goes back to normal. What am I? Answer: Your imagination (MORE)
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Get the coin from under the bed Go to the air vent and use the coin on the screws Get out and do the challenge Go into smiley's room and touch on the wall to get the meat Go to the flower room and get the flower on a pot, and tray Put the tray on soil Put the meat on the tray Go to Phred's room and… get the card Go to the other side and got to Zack's room and get the screw beneath the bed go to the life transfering machine and do the screws on the power panel and put the meat and the flower on Press the arrow Go to your room by using the card Put the meat in the vent Go out and press the button Use the card to open the door Go through the door Press the numbers of Phred dream first Read the paper near the desk Turn down the themometer Ask hi if he needs a jumper Press the broken tile Now enter smiley's dream Click the globe twice to get the chewing gum click the ruler and then click the air vent Shoot the elastic band at Mr. Soggy Click on Smiley Click her again Now go to zack's dream Get all 4 quarters Get the whstle then play it Click Zack Go to the rooms The rest is secret!:) (MORE)
No but its 3rd hardest in the world, India also is the 5th-6th smartest country in the world.
the more you take away the bigger it gets a man can make a cigarette out of 3 butts one day he finds 9 butts and smokes all 3 cigarettes how many does he have left? 1 because each cigarette leaves 1 butt so when he has smoked all 3 cigarettes he can make 1 more.
Currently, they are Obama, Queen Elizabeth, Bill Gates, and the prime ministers of China and India (who are each known to over a billion people in their respective countries).
BUD/s(Basic underwater demolition/seals) is one of the most hardest and most powerful military training in the World.
Iwo Jima and Okinawa - the closer to Japan the Allies came the stronger the resistance . (The US had difficult times at Guadacanal , Tarawa and Peleliu.)
Most difficult to pronounce or most difficult to spell? These are a few I'd consider to be extremely difficult in either category to those uninitiated with such a player: Pichitphong Choeichiu Å ime Vrsaljko Wojciech SzczÄsny Jakub BÅaszczykowski Jakub Wawrzyniak Narubodin Weerawat…nodom Napat Thamrongsupakorn Vytautas AndriuÅ¡keviÄius Å½ydrÅ«nas KarÄemarskas Uladzimir Khvashchynski As you can see many can be found from Eastern European and South East Asian countries. (MORE)
Easy enough. Examples: In Bobby's World... ...there are commercials but no television. ...you can see but you are blind. ...there are neither clouds nor rain. ...there is both happiness and sadness. Bobby's World riddles' first word (i.e. "commercials") must havedouble letters together, and the seco…nd word (i.e. "television)cannot. If both words have double letters, then they are both inBobby's World. If both words have no double letters, there areneither of them in Bobby's World. QUEENS BUT NO KINGS! FLOORS BUT NO GROUNDS! The answer is Ofcourse Not. (MORE)
Most famous is probably the Tour de France, or maybe Giro di Italia. Most difficult might be Paris-Roubaix. Although much shorter, the riding conditions are much more difficult. But then there are the endurance races; Paris-Brest-Paris(PBP), or London-Edinburgh-London(LEL). These are every bit as e…xtreme in their own way, if not more. (MORE)
I turn polar bears white And I will make you cry. I make celebrities look stupid And normal people look like celebrities. I turn pancakes brown And make your champagne bubble. If you squeeze me, I'll pop. If you look at me, you'll pop. Can you answer this riddle? ANSWER: No!
Many people recognize this as the hardest riddle, but also thesimplest riddle. Here is the riddle you had been looking for: I turn polar bears white and I will make you cry. I make guys have to pee and girls comb their hair. I make celebrities look stupid and normal people look like celebrities. I …turn pancakes brown and make your champane bubble. If you sqeeze me, I'll pop. If you look at me, you'll pop. Can you guess the riddle? Fun fact: More kindergarteners got this correct thanhighschoolers.. (MORE)
1. Corn Annual Production 2008: 822,712,527 tons Average Yield 2008: 5.1 tons/hectare The rundown: Corn is the most produced grain in the world. It's a staple food for the majority of sub-Saharan Africa, and is a great source of carbohydrates, protein, iron, vitamin B, and minerals.… Plus it is being used more and more for ethanol. 2. Wheat Annual production 2008: 689,945,712 tons Average Yield 2008: 3.1 tons/hectare The rundown: Wheat covers more of the earth than any other crop. It's a resilient crop, growing in the dry and cold climates where rice and corn cannot. Wheat is the leading source of vegetable protein for humans worldwide. 3. Rice Annual Production 2008: 685,013,374 tons Average Yield 2008: 4.3 tons/hectare The rundown: Rice may be even more important than corn as a food crop, since corn is used for other purposes outside consumption. Thus, rice is the source of more than 1/5th of all calories consumed by humans. It may also be the thirstiest crop: according to the U.N., farmers need at least 2,000 liters of water to make one kilogram of rice. 4. Potatoes Annual Production 2008: 314,140,107 tons Average Yield 2008: 17.2 tons/hectare The rundown: Potatoes are the number one non-grain food product. Originally grown in the Andes, the Spanish introduced Europe to the potato in the 16th century and the starchy crop hasn't looked back since. China is now the largest potato-producer worldwide. 5. Cassava Annual Production 2008: 232,950,180 tons Average Yields 2008: 12.5 tons/hectare The rundown: Cassava's importance in Africa and South America can not be overstated. As a drought-resistant crop that does well in poor soils , cassava is a starch-heavy lifesaver for low-income areas. Cassava eaters know that the. roots and leaves must be cooked in order to lose that toxic level of cyanogenic. glucosides. 6.Soybeans 7.Sweet Potatoes 8.Sorghum 9.Yams 10.Plantains ............................. )). (MORE)
Snake.The snake will bite you when you will untie him.The snake should be alive. Or the snake should not be anesthetized.
The most difficult instrument to master is piano. There are plentyof musicians out there who play all different types of horns,woodwinds, percussion, strings, etc. etc. as well as vocalists whohave tried piano who will tell you piano is much more difficult tomaster. Piano requires a higher level of …brain development and morevast, intense and complex range of musical comprehension than anyother instrument. That's piano is theoretically inclusive of everyother instrument, so therefore there's a lot more to masteringpiano than any other instrument. (MORE)
1 The Pacific Ocean 155,557,000 sq km #2 Arlantic Ocean 76,762,000 sq km #3 Indian Ocean 68,556,000 sq km #4 Southern Ocean 20,327,000sq km #5 The Arctic Ocean 14,056,00
The next number after the number just shown. If I hold up 1 then 2 then 3 then 4 then 5 fingers and ask what 3 is, it is 5. Because 5 is the number shown before 3.
The labor, time and passion one need to pass the obstacles of CA course conducted by 'The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India' and the nexus of difficulty. It,s CA course the most difficult course of the world.
You have to state the five pillars for me to tell you which one isthe most difficult.