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What is the median Erdős number of Fields Medalists?

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Answer: 3
Of course, as time passes, the smallest Erdős number that can still be achieved will necessarily increase, as mathematicians with low Erdős numbers die and become unavailable for collaboration.

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In the United States, where can alligators and crocodiles be found together in the wild?

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Answer: South Florida
Although crocodiles and alligators look very similar, there is actually a difference. Alligators have wider, rounder shaped snouts, while crocodile snouts are pointed and V-shaped.

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How many colors are there in a rainbow?

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Answer: 7
The colors in a rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. The acronym ROYGBIV is used to remember all of the colors.

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Rod Serling created what famous science fiction television show?

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Answer: The Twilight Zone
Rod Serling wrote over 80 episodes of the original show's 150-plus episode run. "The Twilight Zone" came out in 1959.

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Which animal has the longest tongue relative to its total size?

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Answer: Chameleon
The Chameleon's tongue can stretch between 1.5 to two times it's body length. It uses this tongue to catch insects on nearby branches.



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