# Round 2 - Riddle Me This

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### If you say my name you break me - what am I?

Explanation
The answer to the riddle is "silence" because when you say the word "silence," you are actually breaking the silence. Therefore, if you say the word, you are no longer experiencing silence.

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### You can carry it everywhere you go and it does not get heavy - what am I?

Explanation
Your shadow is a perfect answer to this question because it is something that accompanies you wherever you go. It does not have any physical weight, so it does not get heavy. Shadows are formed when an object blocks the path of light, and they always remain with you, no matter where you are. Hence, your shadow is a portable and weightless companion that can be carried everywhere you go.

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### I'm neither air nor electricity....but I am a current - what am I?

Explanation
Water is neither air nor electricity, but it can still flow like a current. It can move in a continuous, unbroken flow, just like an electric current or a current of air. Water currents can be found in rivers, streams, and oceans, where the water moves in a specific direction. So, even though water is not typically associated with being a current, it fits the description given in the question.

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### Name this TV show?

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Friends is a popular TV show that aired from 1994 to 2004. It revolves around a group of six friends living in New York City and their comedic and dramatic experiences in their personal and professional lives. The show is known for its relatable characters, witty dialogue, and iconic catchphrases. Friends has gained a large and dedicated fan base over the years and continues to be loved by audiences worldwide.

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### Name this TV show?

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Big Bang Theory is the name of the TV show.

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### Moving just 1 match, what is the highest number you can make?

Explanation
Since the question specifies that we can only move 1 match, we cannot change the positions of any other digits. Therefore, the highest number we can make is the original number itself, which is 908.

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### What 3 different numbers can be added together or multiplied together and still end up with the same total?

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The numbers 1, 2, and 3 can be added together or multiplied together and still end up with the same total. This is because the sum of these numbers is 6 (1+2+3=6), and the product of these numbers is also 6 (1x2x3=6). Therefore, whether you add or multiply these numbers, the result will always be 6.

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### If the day after tomorrow is 3 days before Wednesday, what day is it today?

Explanation
If the day after tomorrow is 3 days before Wednesday, it means that Wednesday is 3 days from today. Counting backwards, we can determine that today is indeed Friday.

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### I have 6 eggs, I broke 2, fried 2 and ate 2. How many eggs are left?

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The question states that there were initially 6 eggs. It then goes on to mention that 2 eggs were broken, 2 eggs were fried, and 2 eggs were eaten. This implies that all 6 eggs were used in some way, and none are left. Therefore, the correct answer is 4.

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