**Math Riddle: ** A man had a bar of lead that weighed 40 lbs., and he divided it into four pieces in such a way as to allow him to weigh any number of pounds from one to forty. What are the weights of the four pieces?

**Answer: **The correct answer is 1, 3, 9, 27, are the weights of the four pieces.

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