Here we go again, 11 down 13 to go. Today's challenge, my favorite type, the chess challenge, was a bit knotty today, just kidding. Google Common!! People are going to stop visiting my blog for solutions if you make the questions so dang simple!! And then I won't have raised any money for my college tuition!! What is that about?
Chess is the greatest board game on earth, well after shoots and ladders, oh and Candy Land. So practice up on your chess with this challenge since the questions were so retardedly simple. It took me longer to type this up (way longer) than to answer those questions.
If you still need the answers, I won't let you down.
"A word that can be read the same backwards and forwards is called?" A palindrome
"Jacques Sauniere's body was found in which part of the Louvre? The Denon Wing
"The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog is an example of" A pangram
I wonder how many of Google's PhD's it took to come up with these questions? Maybe that will be tomorrows question. My answer would be zero for that question. These questions were probably created by 10 of Sony's smartest executives. Way to go guys!! Just Joking again...
If you are looking for more information on the Da Vinci Code Quest Challenge visit Google's Official Blog for more details.