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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves | R
Once upon a time there was a very poor woodsman called Ali Baba. One day he climbed up the hill into the forest to cut wood. There he saw 40 men riding their galloping horses. In front of an enormous rock the leader of them shouted.

Belling the cat | R
In an old mansion lived many mice. They lived a happy life but had a big danger nearby - a witty and big cat who also lived there. They decided to attach a small bell by a ribon round the neck of the cat. Who volunteered for the bell on the cat?

Orpheus and Euridyce | R
Once upon a time there lived a great musician in Greece called Orpheus. Orpheus lived with his wife Eurydice who loved him very deeply. Orpheus is also madly in love with Eurydice. They really were made for each other. One day Eurydice was bitten by a sn

The beaver's incisors | R
The beaver's incisors grow continuously and even self-sharpen. They are strengthened with metal, which makes them orange. With which metal are the beaver's incisors strengthened?

The Owl and the Lion | R
Once upon a time there lived a big ferocious lion in the jungle. Because he bullied every other animal, the animals needed a champion among them to go and teach him a lesson. Who volunteered?

What are the Types of Numbers? | R
Which of the following statements is true for the real numbers? All of them can be expressed as a ratio of two integers. Some of them are non-repeating decimals that are non-terminating. Some of them will produce a negative number when they are squared
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