2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
MATH, NEW & OLD
2: Diagrams of sets containing various numbers of sometimesinterlocking circles are named for this mathematician, who called them “Eulerian circles” in 1880.
4: In 1876, thenCongressman James A. Garfield wrote a new proof of this trianglerelated theorem named for a Greek mathematician.
6: Two of these rectangular arrays of numbers can be multiplied if the number of rows in the first equals the number of columns in the second.
8: A unit of magnetic field density is named for this German mathematician who developed modular arithmetic.
10: The main operations in the type of Algebra named for this 19th century mathematician are “and,” “or,” and “not.”
SONGWRITERS
3: "What the World Needs Now" is a collection of songs by this composer and lyricist Hal David performed by Stan Getz.
6: This composer whose film scores include the Toy Story franchise also wrote such songs as "I Love L.A." and "It's a Jungle Out There."
9: When this singersongwriter died of a heart attack in 1988, the surviving members of the supergroup Traveling Wilburys  including George Harison and Bob Dylan  recorded "End of the Line" as a tribute.
12: Johnny Cash recorded this children's book author's poem "A Boy Named Sue" at San Quentin prison.
15: This founder of the Songwriters Hall of Fame teamed up with Henry Mancini to write “Moon River” and “Days of Wine and Roses.”
2: Diagrams of sets containing various numbers of sometimesinterlocking circles are named for this mathematician, who called them “Eulerian circles” in 1880.
4: In 1876, thenCongressman James A. Garfield wrote a new proof of this trianglerelated theorem named for a Greek mathematician.
6: Two of these rectangular arrays of numbers can be multiplied if the number of rows in the first equals the number of columns in the second.
8: A unit of magnetic field density is named for this German mathematician who developed modular arithmetic.
10: The main operations in the type of Algebra named for this 19th century mathematician are “and,” “or,” and “not.”
SONGWRITERS
3: "What the World Needs Now" is a collection of songs by this composer and lyricist Hal David performed by Stan Getz.
6: This composer whose film scores include the Toy Story franchise also wrote such songs as "I Love L.A." and "It's a Jungle Out There."
9: When this singersongwriter died of a heart attack in 1988, the surviving members of the supergroup Traveling Wilburys  including George Harison and Bob Dylan  recorded "End of the Line" as a tribute.
12: Johnny Cash recorded this children's book author's poem "A Boy Named Sue" at San Quentin prison.
15: This founder of the Songwriters Hall of Fame teamed up with Henry Mancini to write “Moon River” and “Days of Wine and Roses.”
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
Um.DadofTwins wrote: “Moon Rover”
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Thanks. Fixed.
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein?
15: Johnny Mercer
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein?
15: Johnny Mercer
Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2 Venn
4 Pythagorean Theorem
6 CLAM
8 Gauss
10 Boole
3 Burt Bacharach
6 Randy Newman
9 Roy Orbison
12 CLAM
15 Johnny Mercer
4 Pythagorean Theorem
6 CLAM
8 Gauss
10 Boole
3 Burt Bacharach
6 Randy Newman
9 Roy Orbison
12 CLAM
15 Johnny Mercer
Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2:Venn
4:Pythagorean Theorem
6:matrices
8:Gauss
10:Boole
3:Burt Bacharach
6:Randy Newman
9:Roy Orbison
12:Shel Silverstein
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4:Pythagorean Theorem
6:matrices
8:Gauss
10:Boole
3:Burt Bacharach
6:Randy Newman
9:Roy Orbison
12:Shel Silverstein
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: Venn
4: Pythagorean Theorem
6: Matrices?
8: clam
10: clam
3: clam
6: Newman
9: clam
12: clam
15: clam
4: Pythagorean Theorem
6: Matrices?
8: clam
10: clam
3: clam
6: Newman
9: clam
12: clam
15: clam
Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: venn
4: pythagorean theorem
6: matrices
8: gauss
10: boole
3: bacharach
6: newman
9: orbison
12: silverstein
15: mercer
4: pythagorean theorem
6: matrices
8: gauss
10: boole
3: bacharach
6: newman
9: orbison
12: silverstein
15: mercer

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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: Venn
4: Pythagorean Theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bachrach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
4: Pythagorean Theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bachrach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2. Venn
4. Pythagorean Theorem
6. matrices
8. Weber
10. Boole
3. Bacharach
6. CLAM
9. CLAM
12. CLAM
15. CLAM
4. Pythagorean Theorem
6. matrices
8. Weber
10. Boole
3. Bacharach
6. CLAM
9. CLAM
12. CLAM
15. CLAM
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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MATH, NEW & OLD
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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MATH, NEW & OLD
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Weber
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Weber
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: Venn
4: Pythagorean
6: matrices?
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10: Boole
3: Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Orbison?
12: Shel Silverstein
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4: Pythagorean
6: matrices?
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10: Boole
3: Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Orbison?
12: Shel Silverstein
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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[quote="DadofTwins"]MATH, NEW & OLD
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean Theorem (Pythagoras)
6: CLAM
8: CLAM
10: Boole (Boolean algebra)
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean Theorem (Pythagoras)
6: CLAM
8: CLAM
10: Boole (Boolean algebra)
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: Johnny Mercer
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2 venn
4 pythagorean
6 matrix (es)
8 gauss
10 boole
3 burt bacharach
6 randy newman
9 roy orbison
12 shel silverstein
15 johnny mercer
4 pythagorean
6 matrix (es)
8 gauss
10 boole
3 burt bacharach
6 randy newman
9 roy orbison
12 shel silverstein
15 johnny mercer
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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MATH, NEW & OLD
2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
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2: Venn
4: Pythagorean theorem
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
SONGWRITERS
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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4: Pythagorean
6: Matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
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Re: 2013 Summer Hiatus Challenge  Round 2, Day 2
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2: Venn
4: Pythagoras' theorem
6: matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: CLAM (my guess would be something along the line of Johnny Mercer or Sammy Cahn)
4: Pythagoras' theorem
6: matrices
8: Gauss
10: Boole
3: Burt Bacharach
6: Randy Newman
9: Roy Orbison
12: Shel Silverstein
15: CLAM (my guess would be something along the line of Johnny Mercer or Sammy Cahn)
Pooteeweet? So it goes.