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2012-03-26 04:52:13
2012-03-26 04:52:13

You have to click the blue, then red, then blue, then yellow :)

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the third choice is not the answer lol



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its from a previous question. You were sopossed to remember... blue, red, blue, yellow. U hav to remember this fo a later question as well Hope this helps :P


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#56 was truly easy once you figure it out once again it is easy when and if you figure it out I have not so it is not easy for me.



blue, red, blue, yellow. click the buttons in that order


i think it really is imposible as i have tried all the colours and never seem to get past it. However my sister has once done it but not a second time.


You have to click on the words (not the colours): Blue, Red, Blue, Yellow, in order. They are the same colours as the invisible cursor question (Q56), given to you on Q50.


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Move the green alien, then purple, then the text at the bottom of the screen, and then press the continue button


This is a nonsensical question. Inches are a unit of measure; 56 is a number.


The question could ask for the perfect cube of 56, which equals 563 = 175616. However, it can also mean to ask whether 56 can be a cube, which could be answered by 56(1/3), which cubed is 56. Since 56(1/3) is an irrational number, it is impossible to construct this perfectly, but one can make arbitrary precise approximations, close to 3.825862365...


greater than 56 Actually its 26 (APEX) Yep. it's 26 :)


If you reverse the question and add 56 to 24, which equals 80, you have found your answer


Iron (Fe) has At No 26 and At Wt 55.85. Is that close enough to 56 for your question.



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