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Questions From Nov 23 02
24501. In the 1970s TV show 'The Persuaders' starring Roger Moore and Tony Curtis, is it true that the order in which the two stars' names appeared on the credits was alternated each episode so that they took it in turns to have top billing?
24503. Do the islands of Steepholm and Flatholm have any permanent human residents?
24504. What professional athlete on a major league baseball, football, or basketball team played the most seasons with his or her team before being traded or retiring?
24505. When you snap a towel and hear a crack, are you breaking the sound barrier, or is that just the sound of the towel going back and hitting itself?
24506. In what city was the movieWithout Warning: The James Brady Story (1991) filmed?
24507. What is the name of the fleshy growth from the base of the beak that is very long on male turkeys and hangs down over the beak?
24509. No serious answers yet - who employed a man named Birch to beat his buttocks?
24510. What letter was killed after number 19?
24511. Which Australian city recently hosted Equitana?
24512. Which cruise ship did Dame Judi Dench launch earlier this year?
24513. Which former member of the Renaissance cruise fleet has made Australia home for the next six months (new name) ?
24514. Did Boris Pasternak ever try to commit suicide?
24517. What is a Pap Smear test?
24518. How common are kangaroos in Australia?
24521. Who said 'do to others what they would like to do to you'?
24523. What is the smallest living organism?
24524. Which country's flag reached the moon first?
24525. Plot: Young couple marries, she is French, he is American, she has trouble with her husband and calls her mother in Paris for some advice, and the mother suggests buying a dog-training book and applying the same principles to her husband. Anyone know the film?
24526. What US president was the first to appear on color TV?
24527. Is it true that Joshua Jackson is engaged to Rosario Dawson?
24528. How many persons in the Bible are said to have risen or to have been raised from the dead?
24529. How old is frodo (in real and in the movie) from the lord of the rigs. and how tall is he. and what's his name?
24530. Was Robin Hood real or was he made up?
24532. What is it forbidden by English Law to do on Christmas Day ?
24534. What is the word written on the Saudi Arabian flag?
24536. Have the Harlem Globetrotters ever actually played in Harlem?
24537. Who, and when, was the last Royal British Court Jester?
24538. What is time?
24539. Does the future already exist?
24544. What is truth?
24545. From which Alaskan sea port would you ride a train along the historic White Pass railroad to the Upper Yukon?
24548. What movie has the line 'I'm mortified, I'm terrified, I'm petrified...'?
24549. Where in Italy would you head to the Piazza della Signoria and gape at Giotto's bell tower?
24551. Which product derives its name from the first 3 letters of the first name and the first 3 letters of the last name of a London Sanitary Engineer?
24552. 31 of these were made between 1958 and 1992. what were they?
24554. Hot house and My Little Friend were features of which TV show?
24556. What specifically links Oe and Fo?
24557. Which president worked as a gardener, a street-sweeper, a waiter and an oven stoker in France between 1917 and 1923?
24558. Which is the only country to qualify for six successive football World Cup Finals, without being either hosts or holders?
24559. Which 2 films 38 years apart, have the same final word, 'silencio'?
24560. Which French minister was nicknamed Le Nord?
24561. With whom do you associate purple, gold braid, scarlet sleeves and a black velvet cap with gold fringe?
24562. Whose middle names were Neftali Yeyes?
24563. What is the term for a mountain which is not part of a designated mountain range?
24564. In 1992 which opera was broadcast live on TV worldwide, being performed at the times and in the locations specified in the work?
24565. When was the last time Nessie was alledgedly spotted?
24568. I see that in Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated in October. From what events does this traditon come from?
24570. Why do Detroit and Dallas football teams always play on Thanksgiving Day?
24571. Which music director didn't give us great melodies in the voice of lata mangeshkar (o p nayyar, madan mohan, c ramchandra, hemanth kumar) ?
24572. Which stays on the longest under water liquid or traditional band-aids?
24573. In indian railway station any where the women porters are there ?
24574. What is the name given to those pictures or prints that when you look at them in a certain way stand out. I think they might be of Chinese origin?
24575. Pilots, timber cutters, construction workers and truck drivers, what do they all have in common?
24576. This city has more plastic surgeons per capita than any other?
24577. There are 600 miles of shelves here?
24580. What was the exact date that Geraldo Rivera opened what he thought would be Al Capone's vault on TV?
24583. Neiafu is the capital of which Tongan island?
24584. In Australia, in which valley near NSW's Barrington Tops would you visit Riverwood Downs?
24585. What are some foods high in iron?
24586. How old, tall, is frodo in real life and what is his name?
24587. How many modern summer olympic games have been in a city in europe?
24588. What language is the word rodeo borrowed from?
24591. Is Moscow, Russia considered Europe or Asia?
24593. Which authors were boyfriend and girlfriend?
24594. Where is this season's Super Bowl going to be held?
24595. How old is John Maddon?
24597. What is the name of the launderette owner (seldom seen) in Eastenders?
24598. Which 5 teams have played in all 4 divisions of the Football League (Prem, 1st 2nd and 3rd) between 1987 and 2002?
24599. Which ancient symbol was used by early Christians as an alternative to the cross to avoid persecution, has represented Vishnu, appeared in ancient Irish culture abeen the sign of the Norse god Thor's hammer. It has also been one of the most instantly recognised symbols over the past 100 years?
24600. Just can't get these two last answers to a crossword: Excellent, worth of imitation e-e---a-y Diving sea bird a-k Can anyone help please ?
24611. In an episode of 'Friends', Chandler comments on the origin of his last name, Bing. What did he say the Gaelic meaning was?
24612. Where did a king's bastard son replace the end of the earth?
24613. In the 1944 movie To Have or Have Not, did Lauren Bacall really sing or was her voice dubbed?
24616. Where did the reference to a mean nurse 'Nurse Ratchet' come from?
24619. Which was the first pro football team to have an emblem on their helmet?
24620. With football commentators and journalists seemingly evenly split on this crucial issue, what is the correct pronounciation of the name of the team that so undeservedly lost against Manchester United yesterday evening - is it 'Barl' or 'Bar-zul'?
24622. What christmas gift in 1974 rested on a bed of straw?
24623. What song links Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, Good Boy, Some like it Hot, and Three Little Words?
24626. What is the name of those fish that 1. the male jumps and puts some weird stuff (like glue.i think) in a leaf 2.he attracts a female 3. they both jump as one really cool 4. the female puts eggs the male puts sperm 5. the male uses his tail fin to splash water into the eggs to keep them wet....whats the name?
24627. What is the name for the @ (at) symbol?
24628. 'swear words' as they are known are translated into various languages as seen in subtitles of movies. Which languages originated such words like the F word and S word and C word etc etc and how did they end up translated into other languages?
24629. Why has technology advanced so more rapidly in the last hundred or so years and even faster now but people for thousands of years have lived without electricity and many of the lazy things we take for granted today?
24630. Is it true that 'Santa Claus' with the red suit and beard etc etc is the product of a long running Coca Cola promotion?
24631. Why are the terms 'Aborigine' and 'Aboriginal' used to refer to indigenous Australians who were obviously original because they were here first even though the prefix 'ab' can mean the opposite e.g. 'abnormal'?
24635. In history many monarchs have been known as King and Queen. I can understand that because Queen Elizabeth II was an heir to the throne that her husband would be known as Prince and not a King, but what would happen if it was reversed and a male was the King, would his wife be called Queen or Princess?
24636. If the correct term for a man who is a doctor and his wife is 'Doctor and Missus', then what do you call a couple when the wife is a doctor, 'Mister and Doctor,' or 'Doctor and Mister'?
24637. What causes 'De Ja Vu' when we feel like what's going on has been done before in a dream or something?
24638. Why does a duck's quack apparantly not echo where other noise would?
24639. How did the name 'Tom' become used to describe a male turkey?
24642. Why did Le Duc Tho decline the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973?
24643. In the movie 'Flipper' starring Paul Hogan, who plays the Sandy (the boy who meets Flipper)?
24644. In a hermaphrodite frog, (http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/19/science/life/19FROG.html) do the sperm from the 'male' fertilize the eggs from the 'male' or does it not produce sperm (this is so confusing)?
24645. If both of my biological parents are lefthanded, is it 100% guaranteed that I will be left handed too?
24646. Roling your tongue is supposed to be a trait. if you don't have the trait, could you ever learn to roll your tongue(q mark)what is it that makes you can or cannot roll your tongue (q mark) is it that you don't make a muscle in your tongue or something?
24648. Which two authors were friends of Helen Keller?
24649. I've been looking and can't find one -- can anyone provide a site that compares and contrasts democrats and republicans so I can figure out how to register?
24650. In the song 'Let It Be' Paul McCartney sings about Mother Mary. Who is he referring to?
24652. (This question is from a long gone quiz but is still bugging me!) What was Yoshimoso Waha the first to cross?
24654. Who was the Greek philosopher who laughed himself to death?
24656. UK keyboards have a pound (sterling) and dollar symbol, do American keyboards have the same?
24660. What state produces trees that are used for telelphone (utility) poles?
24663. There is an old expression that says "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in morning, sailors take warning." What is the origin of this expression, and what exactly is the message it is suppose to convey?
24665. Is it true that Koalas are unable to eat anything but Eucalyptus leaves or are they just fussy lazy alcoholics?
24670. Who was the world's first airplane crash fatality?
24672. Which animal had or has the longest horn, past or present?
24673. Where would you use 'Murphy's button?'
24674. In which state was gold first discovered in the United States?
24675. What is a group of Rhinos called?
24676. What percent of alcohol constitutes 60 proof?
24677. Why was Alexander the Great's empire called the 'Greek Empire' when he was Macedonian?
24678. What was the last year that the United States federal government struck silver dollars?
24679. What were the members of James Brown's band called?
24680. How many teeth does a mosquito have?
24681. Where is the world's largest bowling alley and how many lanes does it have?
24682. Why is the Red Sea called the Red Sea?
24683. What are Mizaru and Mazaru famous for?
24684. Which fashion designer has sold the most clothes, in dollars, for the past ten years?
24686. Who signed the Articles of Confederation?
24687. Which football team have beaten Manchester United 11-3, introduced football to Brazil, supplied all eleven players to an England team and inspired Real Madrid's white shirts?
24688. Who signed the Constitution?
24695. What does EOM mean, as seen in writer reviews about movies on yahoo.com in reply to other people's reviews?
24700. Which of the following was invented first, and then which one second: can opener, hand ice cream freezer, and typewriter?
24706. Which musical group sold the most records last year (2001) around the world?
24715. What two weapons did the Lion take to kill the wicked witch in 'Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz'?
24716. What separates East Manhattan from West Manhattan?
24717. What dinosaur did 'King Kong' fight in the original film version?
24720. What is the last song on Mental as Anything's 'Road Case' album?
24722. What is the name of the Grinch's dog?
24723. Where does the Grinch live?
24724. What is the size of the Grinch's heart?
24731. Who is the biggest player in the NFL ever?
24737. Who knows the name of the Beach Boy song played on Flipper when Sandy is smoking a cigar?
24738. Forty percent (40%) of McDonald's profits come from what menu item?
24739. Did the US use chemical weapons during the Vietnam War?
24740. What are the different kinds of steak cuts?
24741. What is the oldest team in the NFL? It's not the Packers.
24742. Is Copenhagen in Sjaelland Island or Amager Island?
24747. What is the process of flatting of sevenths in major and minor scales called, and was it because of 'The Devil in Music?'
24748. What continent is Greenland on?
24750. Which Middle Eastern country recently hosted its first Rugby League International against France?
24751. Which city is the home of the original 'red light' district: London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen or Monte Carlo?
24753. Who is the girl in the UK AOL TV adverts?
24754. When I learned 'The Twelve Days of Christmas' there were 12 lords a-leaping, 11 ladies dancing and 10 pipers piping. During a recent board game of 'Millionaire' I was told that this was incorrect. I think the card said 10 lords a-leaping. Convinced that the card was incorrect, I consulted the internet, which confirmed the answer on the card. My daughter's book on Christmas songs contains the version I learned. What are the original words?
24757. From which country would you hail with the letter D on your vehicle?
24758. A car with the letter S hails from which European country?
24759. In which Australian state is the wine-growing King Valley?
24761. Which main river flows through Bangkok?
24762. What is in hotdogs?
24763. What is the term used to describe the practice of cooking a duck inside a turkey?
24765. I have seen this several times on TV but does a rhinoceros put out fires when it sees them?
24766. How much does it cost to put a 5 pound satellite into geosynchronous orbit?
24768. According to Pennsylvania Dutch and French tradition, what is Santa Claus' brother's name?
24769. Have DNA tests proved earlier this year that George Washington fathered a child to Venus West?
24770. In the song 'American Pie' there is a bit that goes, "I can't remember if I cried when I read about his widowed bride." Who does this refer to?
24771. What is the world's sharpest cutting tool?
24774. What are the Hebrew or Greek words for joy and rejoice?
24776. In which country would you travel along the Road to Mandalay?
24777. When was the first Christmas celebrated in the English speaking world?
24778. The actor James Coburn who recently died discovered that an herb cured his migraine headaches. What was it?
24779. What is a 'harry' or 'harrys', they are mentioned in the Cockney Reject song, 'Oi! Oi! Oi!' so it may have to do with 80's skinhead fashion?
24781. What is the name of Dracula's insect-eating assistant?
24784. What is the difference between a symphony orchestra and a philharmonic orchestra? I thought it had something to do with the number of members, not so?
24785. Who composed the raag named'titli' to accompany the release of a software of tcs company?
24787. Works quiz - What can a python do for beer?
24795. What does the Calvary term Gary Owen mean?
24798. What U.S. President was known as the 'jinx of links'?
24801. What was the last year that the government struck silver dollars?
24805. What do Americans call 12 and a half cent?
24806. Who is the clergyman mentioned in 'Winter Wonderland'?
24807. What bonus did the father receive in the movie Christmas Vacation?
24808. Who is Eve Black and what is her real name?
24809. What is the new name for psychopath?
24810. Why is the ozone hole observed over Antarctica when CFCs are released mostly in the Northern Hemisphere?
24811. How can CFCs (Chlorofluorocarbons) get to the Stratosphere if they are heavier than air?
24813. It can stop and it can go Its 3-syllable name we all know Read syllable one, and a number you've found Syllables two and three mean'going around' What could it be?
24815. In the song JINGLE BELLS, what is the name of the horse?
24817. Place a burning candle between the oppositely charged poles of a high-voltage generator of static electricity. The flame will be mysteriously attracted toward the negatively charged pole and repelled from the positive pole. Any explanation?
24818. Why are 'keepers' used on permanent magnets?
24819. Occasionally one still sees gasoline (or petrol) trucks dragging chains beneath them. What is the reason for this practice?
24821. Why would you be safe using a compass to find the direction of true north in Vermont, but not in British Columbia?
24823. AM antennas on cars and portable transistor radios are usually vertical. Why?
24824. You are aboard an airplane flying in the midst of a thunderstorm. Any moment the plane might be hit by lighting. Are you in any danger?
24825. In the Bible what was Esau's birthright and why did he sell it?
24829. Which system of measurement is used more in Australia / New Zealand - imperial or metric?
24831. Luge made history in the 1980's by becoming what?
24834. Who is the singer of 'Surprisingly', a track on a 3 CD set entitled ' Best of British Male Vocalists - 60 Original Classics' , Artists include: Matt Monro, Frankie Vaughan, David Whitfield, Frank Ifield, Ronnie Hilton, Malcolm Vaughan, Dickie Valentine, Michael Holliday and many more, but who did it?
24836. How do they make baby corn?
24837. How do they make piloncillo?
24839. What is the name of 'Popeyes' wife?
24842. Who knows what Elijah Wood's middle name is?
24844. What is the missing number in the square 15 3 7 19 8 11 5 2 7 15 12 4 14 7 14 ?
24845. What organ of the body heals the fastest?
24846. What is a wave with a crest of foam called?
24847. What are the softest and hardest minerals?
24848. Name the bird that deposits its eggs in the nest of other birds?
24850. Who invented the carnival/amusement park cardboard caricatures that you stick your head through for a photograph?
24852. What was a castrano?
24855. Where is it written that Humpty Dumpty was an egg?
24856. What is the difference between a Cray Fish and a Craw Fish?
24857. What is the national emblem of Uganda?
24860. Who reached the charts in 1990 with their version of Slade's 'Merry Christmas Everybody'?
24861. How many disciples did Jesus appoint?
24864. What is the world's largest statue?
24865. How old did Kris Kringle claim to be on his employment card in the movie Miracle on 34th Street?
24866. What is the origin of the holiday Kwanza?
24868. Which author recorded a rap album?
24870. Which author had a bank named after them?
24871. Which 3 authors wrote books about Shakepeare?
24872. Which author appears on a list of famous black authors, but doesn't appear black?
24874. Which 2 authors died on the exact same day, the exact same year?
24875. Which author was a big sensation when he/she appeared in a series of public appearences across the U.S.?
24878. Which author was at one time a pirate?
24880. Where does the mass of a tree come from?
24881. How old is Elijah Wood?
24882. I was wondering if anyone knows what Elijah Wood's fan mail address is?
24885. What exactly is Bankruptcy?
24886. What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
24887. What kinds of wood do not float?
24888. A medical thermometer has a constriction in the tube that prevents the mercury from falling as soon as you remove the thermomerter from your mouth. However, the mercury did go once through constriction when the temperature was being taken. Why won't it go back?
24889. Place a large jar over a burning candle which is sitting in a pan of water. You will observe that the flame soon goes out and the water rises dramatically, perhaps even flooding the candle. Why?
24890. To prevent floods aircraft sometimes drop black soot on snowed-in mountain sides a few weeks before the beginning of spring. Why should this work?
24891. How do people walk on burning coals unharmed?
24892. Two wooden pails, without lids, containing hot and cold water are set out in freezing weather. Which pail will begin to freeze first?
24893. A door and the metal doorknob on it are obviously at the same room temperature. Yet the doorknob feels colder to the touch than the door. Why?
24894. Would it be possible to cool a room by leaving the refigerator door open?
24895. Before pouring tea into a glass, it may help to put in a teaspoon to prevent the glass from cracking. Why should this trick work?
24896. Where is the lowest highest mountain in the world?
24897. Which country's language became a written language in 1972?
24898. What is important about Navy Captain Bruce McCandless?
24899. What is the strainer in a whale's mouth called?
24900. A rainbow can only be seen in the morning or late afternoon. Why?
24901. On clear days the sky appears blue. However, on hazy, foggy, or cloudy days the sky appears white. Why the difference?
24902. A windowed pane viewed at night from inside a lighted room acts as a mirror, and we can see our image on it. Why does this only happen at night?
24903. Is it possible to make a mirror that does not reverse left and right?
24904. What is a radiometer and how do they work?
24905. Which country in Europe is considered the 'richest', and what type of military does it have?
24906. What are the names of all the Santa Clauses of differing nationalities?
24908. What does the state of Utah and the city of Omaha have in common?
24910. Why is your image in a plane mirror inverted left-to-right but not top-to-bottom?
24911. My friend has written an article about an American singer called Buck Stiltman. He claims he once played with Gram Parsons. Has anyone ever heard of him?
24912. When an airliner is flying at an altitude of 30,000 feet, the temperature of the air outside may be as low as -30 F. However, instead of heaters, air conditioners must be used in aircraft flying that high. Why?
24913. What was the lowest temperature ever recorded?
24914. Why are your joints more likely to ache before a rainstorm?
24915. Why do frogs croak more before a storm?
24916. If leaves show their undersides, is rain due?
24917. Does a ring around the moon mean rain if the weather has been clear?
24918. Do birds and bats fly lower before a storm?
24919. Can you tell the temperature by listening to crickets?
24920. Do ropes tighten up before a storm?
24921. Do fish come to the surface before a storm?
24922. Do 'singing' telephone wires signal a change in the weather (please explain why for all affirmative answers to the above 9 questions)?
24924. The first ford cars had what brand of engines?
24925. Why do the British Army and Royal Navy call the RAF 'crabs'?
24930. What do children in India call Santa Claus?
24931. What was Paul McCartney's original stage name?
24935. What is the record number of digits that PI has been figured to?
24937. Where do children in Scandinavia think Santa Claus lives?
24939. Why was the programme 'last of the summer wine' so called?
24940. Why were the first American satellites launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida?
24941. Can a satellite be launched so that it will hover over, say, New York, 24 hours a day?
24942. Imagine a base on the moon with streets and sidewalks just like on earth. Would walking be harder or easier on the moon?
24943. Why is it that for a flight to Venus space vehicles are aimed backward along the orbit of the earth, whereas for a flight to Mars they are fired in the direction the earth is moving?
24944. Why do we capitalize the names of planets, except our own?
24945. When Skylab was in orbit around the earth, the astronauts aboard Skylab lived in a state of weightlessness, and yet their weight was carefully recorded every day. How is it possible to weigh something that has no weight?
24946. During lift-offs and reentries astronauts always assume a prone (i.e., parallel to the ground) position. Why is this perferable to a sitting-up position?
24947. What does ER stand for in relation to the british monarchy?
24948. If the Pope is deemed infallible, would an admission of error be incompatible with him retaining his position?
24949. Who is the footballer on the titles of the 'Showboat' section of Soccer AM who stands on top of the ball, salutes and then jumps off again?
24950. Can matter be destroyed?
24954. Where do the terms breakfast, lunch, dinner, and supper come from?
24956. What is the full summarization the book 'A Killing Freeze' by Lynn Hall?
24959. What caused the death of Jim Morrison?
24960. From which country does a vehicle with the letters ZA hail?
24961. A car with the letters RL comes from which Middle East country?
24962. What is approximately the largest number of key rings owned by one person?
24963. The Frisian Islands are a part of which European country ?
24964. What is the origin of the phrase to "take a rain check"?
24965. Is there a medical term for that steam that comes out of person's mouth when they breathe in cold weather?
24966. Is the Earth in any danger of falling into the sun?
24967. Although the lighted area of the full moon is only twice as large as that of the moon at first or last quater, the full moon is about nine times brighter. Why?
24968. Can you see the 'earthrise' or the 'earthset' on the moon?
24969. Venus and the earth are about the same size. However, viewed from Venus, the earth at its best would appear six times brighter than Venus ever appears to the Earth. This is despite the fact that the earth is farther away from the sun! How can you explain this paradox?
24970. Why are Mercury and Venus generally invisible at night?
24971. The density of Earth is much greater than the four massive planets of our solar system - Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter, and Saturn. What is the reason for this difference?
24972. Are there any natural objects in the solar system that rise in the west and set in the east?
24973. Can the moon ever actually appear blue, as in the expression 'once in a blue moon'?
24974. What is the tallest mountain on Mars?
24975. Do people in the Southern Hemisphere see the moon upside down?
24976. What is the weight of the moon?
24977. Do stars appear larger when they are close to the horizon, like with the moon?
24978. Mars rotates in 24 hours, 37 minutes. However, the earth is 10 times as massive as Mars, yet it rotates in about the same time. Why does the earth rotate so slowly?
24979. The flags of a number of countries (e.g., Comoro Islands, Mauritania, Pakistan) have stars between the horns of the crescent moon. Can this ever be seen in the sky?
24982. Who was 'Runner-up' in ITV's Survival Challenge in the Australian Jungle, 'I'm a Celebrity - Get me out of here' which was hosted by Ant and Dec ?
24983. The Keys are situated off the southern tip of which US state?
24984. In which 1996 film, starring Demi Moore, did Michael Douglas find himself accused of ' Sexual harassment' ?
24985. Which of the following has the greatest ' density' (a)Ice, (b) Butter or (c) Oak ?
24986. What was the name of the 'Decoding' machines used during World War 11 at the British 'Secret intelligence Headquarters' at Bletcyhley Park ?
24987. What substance is 'fermented' to make alcohol ?
24988. What is the name of the Simpson's episode where Homer and his family are driving at night when they hit Ned Flanders. Then Homer tried to make Maude think it was an accident by shoving Ned off his roof. When Maude doesn't see this, Homer opens the door to Ned's house and yells, 'I'm having a heart attack-diddly' and pushes Ned over and runs off?
24990. On which Hong Kong Island would you dine out in Sok Kwu Wan?
24994. E1 is planned to run from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean. E2 and E8 go through the UK, and E11 may eventually finish in Moscow. What are we talking about?
24997. In which Asian country would you ride aboard a mini bus known as a sawngthaew?
24998. PI has now been calculated to 1.24 trillion places. Most people use 3.142 for decimal calculations, or 22/7 (3 and one seventh) as a vulgar or simple fraction. 22/7 = 3.142857.... but PI actually starts 3.1415926535. Now 355/113 = 3,14159292 . This makes 355/133 better to use than 22/7 The further you go, you come up with yet another fractional representation that is better than the last. Which fraction is nearest to the 1.24 trillion decimal placed PI ?