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Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.

 

Puzzle ID:#10487
Fun:*** (2.33)
Difficulty:*** (2.79)
Category:Riddle
Submitted By:griphookph***!!!

 

 

 



The following letters represent terms used in a particular sport, and some relations involving these terms are shown:

S = 10
2S = D
3D = 2T
1 1/3 T + 2 1/2 D + 3S = 300

Question: What is T ?





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Comments

griphookph*
Feb 21, 2003

Thanks for accepting this teaser. But the introduction was not mine. It surely made the "teaser" a give-away. Anyways, thanks.
tangerine**
Feb 27, 2003

nice riddle n.n; ... BTW, odd hint, but still ok ... didnt get it x.x; thot it was bowling but kinda got throwed off by da hint Oo; keep 'em comin'!
-tangerine-
griphookph*
Feb 27, 2003

Thanks again Tangerine. !2 refers to the 12 consecutive strikes a bowler needs for a perfect game. Bowl of cereal? the bowl...ing. Thanks again.
gcriotgurl
Aug 17, 2003

very clever...i didnt understand the clue until u explained it either, i think i like the clue better than the riddle.
ralphway1
Aug 17, 2003

I still don't get it, and I am a bowler.
seanlandrewsAus*
Nov 30, 2006

Fun teaser. I'm a bowler so I found it pretty easy.
griphookph*
Dec 02, 2006

i felt like i had a 300. thanks



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