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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A father is 45 years old, and his son is 15 years old. In how many years will the father be twice as old as the son?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's denote the number of years it takes for the father to be twice as old as the son as X. We can set up the following equation:\n\n(Father's age + X) = 2 * (Son's age + X)\n\nNow, plug in the given ages:\n(45 + X) = 2 * (15 + X)\n\nSolve for X:\n45 + X = 30 + 2X\n45 - 30 = 2X - X\n15 = X\n\nHence, in 15 years, the father will be twice as old as the son." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is rhinoceros horn powder used as an aphrodisiac in traditional Chinese medicine?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "No, rhinoceros horn powder is not used as an aphrodisiac in traditional Chinese medicine. Instead, it is prescribed for fevers and convulsions. This misconception may have arisen due to its high value in the black market and the generalization of its medicinal uses." } ]
misconception
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a class of 40 students, 60% are female. If there are 4 more females than males, how many males and females are there in the class?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "First, let's calculate the number of females in the class:\n\nFemales = Total students * Percentage of females\n = 40 * 0.6\n = 24\n\nNow, we know that there are 4 more females than males, so we can set up an equation to solve for the number of males (M):\n\nFemales = Males + 4\n24 = M + 4\n\nSubtracting 4 from both sides of the equation, we get:\n\nM = 20\n\nSo, there are 20 males in the class. Since there are 24 females, the class has a total of 20 males and 24 females." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a bag, there are 10 red balls and 20 blue balls. If you randomly pick two balls from the bag without replacement, what is the probability that both balls will be red?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's break down the problem step-by-step:\n\n1. First, we need to determine the total number of balls in the bag, which is 30 (10 red balls + 20 blue balls).\n2. When picking the first ball, there are 10 red balls out of 30 total balls, so the probability of picking a red ball is 10/30 or 1/3.\n3. After picking the first red ball, there are now 9 red balls left and 29 total balls remaining in the bag.\n4. When picking the second ball, the probability of picking another red ball is 9/29.\n5. To find the probability of both events happening (picking two red balls), we multiply the probabilities of each event: (1/3) * (9/29).\n\nSo, the probability of picking two red balls without replacement is 3/29." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Do you have any jokes about light bulbs?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "How many software engineers does it take to change a light bulb? None. That's a hardware problem." } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Create a Bash script that monitors a specified log file for any occurrences of a given keyword. When the keyword is found, send an email notification to a predefined recipient with the relevant log entry.\nPLAINFORMAT" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "#!/bin/bash\n\n# Set variables\nLOG_FILE=\"/path/to/your/logfile.log\"\nKEYWORD=\"your-keyword\"\nEMAIL_RECIPIENT=\"email@example.com\"\n\n# Check if the log file exists\nif [ ! -f \"$LOG_FILE\" ]; then\n echo \"Log file not found:$LOG_FILE\"\n exit 1\nfi\n\n# Monitor the log file for the keyword\ntail -Fn0 \"$LOG_FILE\" | while read LINE; do\n if echo \"$LINE\" | grep -q \"$KEYWORD\"; then\n # Send email notification with the relevant log entry\n echo \"Keyword '$KEYWORD' found in log entry: $LINE\" | mail -s \"Keyword Alert\" \"$EMAIL_RECIPIENT\"\n fi\ndone" } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a room, there are 15 people who speak English, 12 people who speak French, and 9 people who speak Spanish. Among them, 6 people speak both English and French, 4 people speak both English and Spanish, and 3 people speak both French and Spanish. Two people can speak all three languages. How many people are in the room?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "There are 21 people in the room.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n1. We start by counting the number of people who speak each language individually: 15 (English) + 12 (French) + 9 (Spanish) = 36.\n2. Next, we subtract the number of people who speak two languages to avoid double-counting: 36 - 6 (English & French) - 4 (English & Spanish) - 3 (French & Spanish) = 23.\n3. However, we have now excluded the people who speak all three languages twice. So, we need to add them back once: 23 + 2 (all three languages) = 25.\n4. Therefore, there are 25 people in the room." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Does searing meat seal in moisture and keep it juicy?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "No, searing meat does not seal in moisture. In fact, searing can cause meat to lose some moisture. The primary purpose of searing is to brown the meat, enhancing its color, flavor, and texture. The misconception may arise from the belief that searing creates a barrier around the meat, preventing juices from escaping. However, the browning process (known as the Maillard reaction) actually contributes to flavor development and does not affect moisture retention." } ]
misconception
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is it illegal to deface the national flag in Brazil?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Yes, it is illegal to deface the national flag in Brazil. According to the Brazilian Flag Act of 1949, any act of disrespect towards the national flag, including defacing or damaging it, is considered a crime and can result in penalties." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a CSV format, list five planets in our solar system along with their distinguishing features including distance from the sun, number of moons, presence of rings, and any unique atmospheric conditions." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "\"Planet\",\"Distance from the Sun (AU)\",\"Number of Moons\",\"Presence of Rings\",\"Unique Atmospheric Conditions\"\n\"Mercury\",\"0.39\",\"0\",\"No\",\"Thin atmosphere with traces of oxygen, sodium, hydrogen, helium and potassium\"\n\"Venus\",\"0.72\",\"0\",\"No\",\"Thick atmosphere composed mainly of carbon dioxide, with clouds of sulfuric acid\"\n\"Earth\",\"1\",\"1\",\"No\",\"Nitrogen-rich atmosphere, presence of life-sustaining oxygen\"\n\"Mars\",\"1.52\",\"2\",\"No\",\"Thin atmosphere, primarily carbon dioxide, with minor constituents of nitrogen and argon gases\"\n\"Jupiter\",\"5.20\",\"79\",\"Yes\",\"Thick atmosphere made up mostly of hydrogen and helium; also contains water, methane, ammonia, and trace amounts of other compounds\"" } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Categorize these popular snacks from the '90s into sweet or savory: Dunkaroos, Gushers, Bagel Bites, Pop Rocks, Combos." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Sweet: Dunkaroos, Gushers, Pop Rocks\nSavory: Bagel Bites, Combos" } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "You have 24 hours to read a book of 480 pages. If you read at a constant pace, how many pages should you read per hour? Include your logic." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Here's the logic behind this:\n\n1. We know that you have 24 hours to read the entire book.\n2. And we know that the book is 480 pages long.\n\nTo figure out how many pages you need to read per hour, we divide the total number of pages by the total number of hours:\n\nPages per hour = Total number of pages / Total number of hours\n= 480 pages / 24 hours\n= 20 pages/hour\n\nTherefore, you should aim to read 20 pages per hour to finish the book in 24 hours." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Write a limerick about elephants using only words that start with 'e'." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Elegant elephants eat,\nEnormous eucalyptus, elite.\nEndearing their ears,\nEbullient with cheers,\nEffortlessly they entertain, how sweet!" } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Write a villanelle about the ocean in the style of Walt Whitman." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To thee, O vast and mystic sea, I sing,\nThy white-capped waves crash forth in wild embrace,\nA symphony of brine and salt, a ring.\n\nEach drop contains the secrets of thy grace,\nO endless source of life, to which we cling,\nTo thee, O vast and mystic sea, I sing.\n\nInfinite blue expanse, where seagulls race\nAnd sailors chart their paths with weary pace,\nA symphony of brine and salt, a ring.\n\nThe sun reflects upon thy glassy face,\nIlluminating depths that hide thy base,\nTo thee, O vast and mystic sea, I sing.\n\nWhat creatures lurk beneath thy frothy lace?\nWhat tales untold are locked within thy space?\nA symphony of brine and salt, a ring.\n\nFrom shores unknown to lands without a trace,\nNo boundaries or limits can encase,\nTo thee, O vast and mystic sea, I sing,\nA symphony of brine and salt, a ring." } ]
roleplay
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What British band, known for their hits \"Yellow\" and \"Clocks\", shares its name with a term used in astronomy to describe the layer of stars surrounding the center of galaxies?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Coldplay" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Who painted the famous 19th-century painting 'Starry Night' while in an asylum in France?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The famous 19th-century painting 'Starry Night' was painted by Vincent van Gogh. He created this masterpiece during his stay at the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum near Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, in 1889. 'Starry Night' reflects his state of mind at the time and is considered one of his greatest works." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In music, what four-letter word refers to the speed or pace at which a piece is played?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Tempo" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If you drive at an average speed of 60 mph for 3 hours and then increase your speed to 75 mph for another 2 hours, how far have you traveled in total?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To find the total distance traveled, we need to first calculate the distance covered during each part of the trip and then add them together.\n\nFor the first part of the trip (driving at 60 mph for 3 hours):\nDistance1 = Speed * Time\n = 60 mph * 3 hours\n = 180 miles\n\nFor the second part of the trip (driving at 75 mph for 2 hours):\nDistance2 = Speed * Time\n = 75 mph * 2 hours\n = 150 miles\n\nNow, we can add these two distances together to find the total distance traveled:\nTotal Distance = Distance1 + Distance2\n = 180 miles + 150 miles\n = 330 miles\n\nSo, you have traveled a total of 330 miles during the trip." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What type of musical instrument is a saxophone classified as, even though it is usually made of brass?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "A saxophone, despite being typically constructed of brass, is classified as a woodwind instrument. This classification is due to the way sound is produced, which involves the vibration of a reed, characteristic of woodwind instruments, rather than the vibration of the player's lips against the mouthpiece as in brass instruments." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is there a real person living in the Shire, Bag End, Underhill?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The Shire and Bag End, Underhill are fictional locations from J.R.R. Tolkien's \"The Lord of the Rings\" series. They do not exist in reality, so no one actually lives there. They are part of a fantasy world created by the author." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If a sequence follows the pattern x_n = 2x_(n-1) + 3, and x_1 = 5, what is the value of x_6?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To find the value of x_6, we will apply the given formula recursively for each term in the sequence:\n\nx_2 = 2 * x_1 + 3\n = 2 * 5 + 3\n = 10 + 3\n = 13\n\nx_3 = 2 * x_2 + 3\n = 2 * 13 + 3\n = 26 + 3\n = 29\n\nx_4 = 2 * x_3 + 3\n = 2 * 29 + 3\n = 58 + 3\n = 61\n\nx_5 = 2 * x_4 + 3\n = 2 * 61 + 3\n = 122 + 3\n = 125\n\nx_6 = 2 * x_5 + 3\n = 2 * 125 + 3\n = 250 + 3\n = 253\n\nSo, the value of x_6 is 253." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Create a Python script that implements the merge sort algorithm to sort a given list of integers in ascending order." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "def merge_sort(arr):\n if len(arr) <= 1:\n return arr\n\n mid = len(arr) // 2\n left_half = arr[:mid]\n right_half = arr[mid:]\n\n left_sorted = merge_sort(left_half)\n right_sorted = merge_sort(right_half)\n\n return merge(left_sorted, right_sorted)\n\n\ndef merge(left, right):\n result = []\n i = j = 0\n\n while i < len(left) and j < len(right):\n if left[i] < right[j]:\n result.append(left[i])\n i += 1\n else:\n result.append(right[j])\n j += 1\n\n result.extend(left[i:])\n result.extend(right[j:])\n\n return result\n\n\nif __name__ == \"__main__\":\n arr = [5, 3, 8, 6, 1, 9, 2, 7, 4]\n print(\"Original array:\", arr)\n sorted_arr = merge_sort(arr)\n print(\"Sorted array:\", sorted_arr)" } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "You are driving a bus with 10 passengers on board. At the first stop, 3 people get off and 2 people get on. At the second stop, 4 people get off and 1 person gets on. At the third stop, no one gets off and 5 people get on. How many passengers are on the bus now?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "There are 15 passengers on the bus now (10 - 3 + 2 - 4 + 1 + 5 = 15)." } ]
riddle
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "How many prime numbers are there between 50 and 100?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "There are 10 prime numbers between 50 and 100. They are 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, and 97." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What 1994 film starring Tom Hanks follows the life of a man with a low IQ but a big heart as he witnesses historical events?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Forrest Gump" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Konnichiwa" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Konnichiwa! How's your day going in the Land of the Rising Sun?" } ]
greeting
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In mathematics, what does \"pi\" (π) represent? ___" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Approximately 3.14159 or the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter" } ]
quiz
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Are the five stages of grief a scientifically proven model for the grieving process?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "No, the five stages of grief model is not supported by peer-reviewed research or objective clinical observation. It was originally based on uncredited work and was initially applied to the terminally ill, not the grieving or bereaved individuals. The misconception likely arises because the model has been popularized in popular culture and has become a widely accepted concept, despite the lack of scientific evidence supporting its validity." } ]
misconception
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A phrase that's an anagram of \"dirty room\", it refers to a place where students live." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "\"Dormitory\" is the term derived from \"dirty room\". It's a building provided by schools or colleges where students stay. It generally consists of multiple rooms or complete apartments where students can live, learn, and socialize." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Peter, Paul, and Mary are siblings who love playing hide-and-seek in their house. They have three favorite hiding spots: under the stairs, behind the curtains, and inside the wardrobe. One day, while their parents are away, they decide to play a game. Peter hides under the stairs, Paul hides behind the curtains, and Mary hides inside the wardrobe. However, unbeknownst to them, their dog Rover moves from spot to spot, following each sibling as they hide. Where does each sibling think Rover is, and where is he actually located during the game?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Each sibling would think Rover is at the spot where they hid since they saw him there. So, Peter thinks Rover is under the stairs, Paul thinks Rover is behind the curtains, and Mary thinks Rover is inside the wardrobe.\n\nSince Rover follows each sibling as they hide, he would be in the last hiding spot with the last sibling who hid. In this case, that would be inside the wardrobe with Mary." } ]
theory_of_mind
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Do you know any jokes about forests or hiking?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "How do crazy people go through the forest? They take the psycho-path." } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Share a joke about iguanas, please." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Why don't iguanas like fast food? It gives them reptile dysfunction." } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a class of 25 students, 12 are boys and 13 are girls. What is the ratio of boys to girls in the class?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To find the ratio of boys to girls, we simply divide the number of boys by the number of girls:\n\nRatio of boys to girls = Number of boys / Number of girls\n = 12 / 13\n\nThe ratio of boys to girls in the class is 12:13." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a village, there are 50 houses. Each house has a dog living in it. If every dog barks at exactly two other dogs and no two dogs bark at each other, how many total barking pairs are there?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "There are 50 barking pairs.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n\n1. We know that there are 50 houses and each house has one dog.\n2. Every dog barks at exactly two other dogs, but no two dogs bark at each other (meaning if Dog A barks at Dog B, then Dog B does not bark back at Dog A).\n3. Since there are 50 dogs and each dog barks at two others, we might initially think there would be 100 barking instances (50 x 2). However, this would double count the barking pairs since each pair consists of two dogs.\n4. To find the actual number of barking pairs, we need to divide the total barking instances by 2 (since each pair involves two dogs).\n5. Therefore, there are 50 barking pairs (100 barking instances / 2)." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Does the process of learning and memory formation continue throughout life?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Yes, the process of learning and memory formation does continue throughout life. This is known as neuroplasticity, which is the brain's ability to change and adapt as a result of experience. It allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment. This process can happen at any age, meaning we never stop learning and forming new memories." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "How much water does an Olympic-sized swimming pool hold in liters?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "An Olympic-sized swimming pool has dimensions of 50 meters in length, 25 meters in width, and 2 meters in depth. To calculate the volume of water it holds, we can use the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism:\n\nVolume = Length * Width * Depth\n\nIn this case:\nLength = 50 m\nWidth = 25 m\nDepth = 2 m\n\nSo,\nVolume = 50 m * 25 m * 2 m\n = 2500 m^3\n\nTo convert this volume into liters, we can use the fact that 1 cubic meter is equal to 1000 liters:\n\nVolume in liters = Volume in m^3 * 1000 L/m^3\n = 2500 m^3 * 1000 L/m^3\n = 2,500,000 L\n\nTherefore, an Olympic-sized swimming pool holds approximately 2,500,000 liters of water." } ]
orca
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a small village, there are 10 houses. Each house has a different color door. There are 3 red doors, 2 blue doors, and the rest are green doors. If you randomly pick a house to visit, what is the probability that it will have a green door?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's analyze this problem step-by-step:\n1. We know there are 10 houses in total.\n2. There are 3 red doors and 2 blue doors, which means there are 5 non-green doors (3 + 2).\n3. Since there are 10 houses in total and 5 of them have non-green doors, we can deduce that the remaining 5 houses must have green doors.\n4. To find the probability of picking a house with a green door, we need to divide the number of houses with green doors by the total number of houses.\n5. So, the probability would be 5 (green doors) divided by 10 (total houses).\n\nThe final answer is a 50% chance or 0.5 probability of picking a house with a green door." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "BEGININPUT\nBEGINCONTEXT\nurl: https://www.history.com/topics/ancient-china/great-wall-of-china\nENDCONTEXT\nThe Great Wall of China is only 500 miles long. It was built solely for decorative purposes and was completed within a few decades.\n\nENDINPUT\nBEGININSTRUCTION\nHow long is the Great Wall of China?\n\nENDINSTRUCTION" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The Great Wall of China is 500 miles long." } ]
contextual
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A snail climbs up a wall during the day but slides down the same distance at night. If the wall is 20 feet high and the snail climbs 5 feet every day and slides down 5 feet every night, how many days will it take the snail to reach the top of the wall?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "It will take the snail 16 days to reach the top of the wall.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n1. The snail climbs 5 feet during the day and slides down 5 feet at night, resulting in no net gain each day.\n2. However, when the snail reaches a height of 15 feet (on the 15th day), it will climb another 5 feet on the 16th day, reaching the top of the wall at 20 feet.\n3. At this point, even though the snail will slide down 5 feet at night, it has already reached the top of the wall during the day.\n4. Therefore, it takes the snail 16 days to reach the top of the wall." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "A chat between Dr. Orion Nebula (aka ASSISTANT) and USER.\nDr. Orion Nebula:\nDr. Orion Nebula is a renowned astrobiologist and exobiologist, with a passion for the search for extraterrestrial life. He is known for his innovative and groundbreaking research in the field of astrobiology, and his ability to explain complex scientific concepts in a way that is accessible and engaging for all. Dr. Nebula is a visionary thinker, always pushing the boundaries of what is known and exploring the unknown. He is driven by curiosity and a deep desire to understand the universe and our place in it." }, { "from": "human", "value": "How long would it take you to get to Mars?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "With current technology, a manned mission to Mars from Earth can take anywhere from 6 to 9 months, depending on the alignment of the planets. Of course, as an astrobiologist, I don't personally travel to these places, but I study the data and samples brought back by these missions to understand the potential for life on other planets." } ]
awareness
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Compose a poem about sunsets with exactly 40 words." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Sunset's fiery kiss to the night,\nSky adorned in hues, a splendid sight.\nDay surrenders, starlight unfurls,\nIn twilight's dance, the world twirls.\nA tranquil whisper of goodbye,\nUnderneath the purpling sky.\nSunset, a poetic delight,\nA symphony of day and night." } ]
wordgame
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "The Treaty of Westphalia, signed in 1648, is often considered the foundation of the modern international system. It ended the Thirty Years' War and established the principle of state sovereignty, which means that states are free from external interference in their internal affairs. This principle has been a cornerstone of international relations, although it has been challenged in recent years by concepts such as humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect. Despite these challenges, state sovereignty remains a fundamental principle in international law and relations.\nA. What is the main principle established by the Treaty of Westphalia?\nB. What is the principle of state sovereignty?\nC. What is the Thirty Years' War?\nD. What is humanitarian intervention?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "B. What is the principle of state sovereignty?" } ]
multiple_choice
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "My thunder comes before the lightning. My lightning comes before the clouds. My rain dries all the land it touches." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The answer is a volcano. The reasoning behind this is that the thunder represents the rumbling sound before an eruption, the lightning refers to the lava flow that precedes ash clouds, and the rain symbolizes the hot ash that dries up everything it comes into contact with." } ]
riddle
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Create a Golang command-line application that prompts the user for their name and age, then calculates and displays their birth year based on the current year." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Here's a simple Golang command-line application that does what you've described:\n\ngo\npackage main\n\nimport (\n\t\"fmt\"\n\t\"time\"\n)\n\nfunc main() {\n\tvar name string\n\tvar age int\n\n\tfmt.Print(\"Enter your name: \")\n\tfmt.Scanln(&name)\n\n\tfmt.Print(\"Enter your age: \")\n\tfmt.Scanln(&age)\n\n\tcurrentYear := time.Now().Year()\n\tbirthYear := currentYear - age\n\n\tfmt.Printf(\"%s, your birth year is %d.\\n\", name, birthYear)\n}\n\n\nTo run this code, save it in a file named main.go and then execute the following command in your terminal or command prompt:\n\nsh\ngo run main.go\n\n\nThe program will ask for your name and age, then calculate and display your birth year based on the current year." } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If a fair six-sided die is rolled twice, what is the probability that the sum of the two rolls will be equal to 9?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To calculate the probability, we need to determine the number of favorable outcomes (i.e., pairs of rolls that add up to 9) and divide this by the total number of possible outcomes when rolling the die twice.\n\nThere are 6 sides on a fair die, so there are 6^2 = 36 possible outcomes when rolling the die twice (since each roll is independent).\n\nNow, let's find the pairs of rolls that add up to 9:\n\n(3, 6), (4, 5), (5, 4), (6, 3)\n\nThere are 4 favorable outcomes. So, the probability of the sum being equal to 9 is:\n\nProbability = Favorable outcomes / Total possible outcomes\n = 4 / 36\n = 1 / 9\n\nSo, the probability of the sum of two rolls being equal to 9 is 1/9." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "How about a joke involving books?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Why don't books like to fight? Because they always end up in re-reads (rereads)." } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Write a limerick about turtles in the style of Edgar Allan Poe." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "In the depths of a dark, murky fen,\nThere resided some turtles, and then\nWith a slow, eerie crawl,\nThey emerged from the pall,\nAs if summoned by spirits condemned." } ]
roleplay
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "The study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics is known as ___." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Genetics" } ]
quiz
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If a human body has approximately 5 liters of blood and each heartbeat pumps about 70 milliliters of blood, how many heartbeats would it take to pump all the blood in the body once? Explain your reasoning." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's break this down step by step:\n\n1. We know that each heartbeat pumps around 70 milliliters (ml) of blood.\n2. The total volume of blood in the human body is approximately 5000 ml (or 5 liters).\n3. To find out how many heartbeats it takes to pump all the blood in the body once, we need to divide the total volume of blood by the amount pumped per beat.\n\nSo, Heartbeats needed = Total blood volume / Volume pumped per beat\n= 5000 ml / 70 ml/beat\n≈ 71.43 beats\n\nHowever, since you can't have a fraction of a heartbeat, we'll round up to the nearest whole number. \n\nTherefore, it would take approximately 72 heartbeats to pump all the blood in the body once." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "With JavaScript, develop a script that sorts an array of integers in ascending order using bubble sort algorithm. PLAINFORMAT" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "// Function to perform bubble sort on an array of integers\nfunction bubbleSort(arr) {\n // Get the length of the array\n var len = arr.length;\n \n // Loop through each element in the array\n for (var i = 0; i < len; i++) {\n // For each element, loop through the rest of the array\n for (var j = 0; j < len - i - 1; j++) {\n // If the current element is greater than the next one\n if (arr[j] > arr[j + 1]) {\n // Swap the elements\n var temp = arr[j];\n arr[j] = arr[j + 1];\n arr[j + 1] = temp;\n }\n }\n }\n\n // Return the sorted array\n return arr;\n}" } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Give me a list of 20 words that contain 'rr'." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "1. Arrangement\n2. Barren\n3. Carriage\n4. Current\n5. Deterrent\n6. Embarrassment\n7. Ferris\n8. Garrison\n9. Harrowing\n10. Irregular\n11. Marrow\n12. Narrate\n13. Parrot\n14. Quarrel\n15. Sorrows\n16. Terrific\n17. Unhurried\n18. Warrior\n19. Xerography\n20. Zorro" } ]
wordgame
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Can a person be \"double-jointed\"?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The term \"double-jointed\" is misleading, as it implies that individuals with increased flexibility have extra joints. In reality, these individuals have greater joint mobility due to factors such as looser ligaments or more flexible muscle tissue." } ]
misconception
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What are the effects of knocking on wood?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Knocking on wood is a superstition believed to bring good luck or ward off bad luck after speaking of one's own good fortune or future expectations. It is a cultural practice observed in many societies. However, it has no scientifically proven effects. It can psychologically give a person a sense of control over events and reduce anxiety or fear about a jinx or jinxing oneself." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Nutritional science is a field that studies the relationship between diet and health. It involves understanding the role of various nutrients in the body, as well as how dietary habits can impact health and disease. One of the key challenges in nutritional science is the complexity of human diets, which can vary greatly between individuals and populations. What is a major factor contributing to the complexity of studying human diets in nutritional science?\nA. The availability of food in different regions\nB. The influence of genetic factors on diet\nC. The impact of diet on physical performance\nD. The variability in individual dietary habits and preferences" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "D. The variability in individual dietary habits and preferences" } ]
multiple_choice
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If you have 5 apples and you take away 3, how many do you have left?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "You have 2 apples left.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n1. You start with 5 apples.\n2. You then take away 3 apples from the original 5.\n3. The remaining number of apples can be calculated by subtracting the taken apples from the original amount: 5 (original apples) - 3 (taken apples) = 2 apples." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Calculate the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 5 cm and a height of 10 cm. Provide step-by-step reasoning." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To calculate the volume of a cylinder, we use the formula:\n\nVolume = π × r² × h\n\nwhere r is the radius and h is the height of the cylinder.\n\nStep 1: Plug in the values for the radius (r) and height (h)\nIn this case, the radius is 5 cm and the height is 10 cm. So, we have:\n\nVolume = π × (5 cm)² × (10 cm)\n\nStep 2: Square the radius\nThe radius squared is (5 cm)² = 25 cm². Now we have:\n\nVolume = π × (25 cm²) × (10 cm)\n\nStep 3: Multiply the numbers together\nNow we just need to multiply the numbers together:\n\nVolume = π × 25 cm² × 10 cm = 250π cm³\n\nSo, the volume of the cylinder is 250π cubic centimeters." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A mixture contains alcohol and water in the ratio of 3:5. If there are 24 liters of alcohol in the mixture, how many liters of water are present?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let A represent the amount of alcohol and W represent the amount of water.\n\nWe know that the ratio of alcohol to water is 3:5, which means:\n\nA / W = 3 / 5\n\nWe also know that there are 24 liters of alcohol in the mixture:\n\nA = 24\n\nNow, we can substitute this value into the ratio equation:\n\n24 / W = 3 / 5\n\nCross-multiply to solve for W:\n\n120 = 3W\n\nNow, divide both sides by 3:\n\nW = 40\n\nSo, there are 40 liters of water in the mixture." } ]
orca
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roleplay
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a small town, there are 10 houses on one side of the street and 15 houses on the other side. If each house has an even number of occupants, what is the minimum total number of people living in all the houses combined?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The minimum total number of people living in all the houses combined is 50.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n\n1. We know that there are 10 houses on one side of the street and 15 houses on the other side, making a total of 25 houses.\n2. Each house has an even number of occupants. The smallest even number is 2 (since 0 would mean no occupants).\n3. To find the minimum total number of people living in all the houses, we can assume that each house has the smallest possible even number of occupants, which is 2.\n4. Therefore, if each of the 25 houses has 2 occupants, the total number of people living in all the houses combined would be 25 * 2 = 50." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "How about a joke involving frogs?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "What kind of shoes do frogs wear? Open toad sandals." } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A train travels from Town A to Town B at an average speed of 60 km/h and then returns to Town A at an average speed of 90 km/h. What is the average speed for the entire trip?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The average speed for the entire trip is 72 km/h.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n\n1. Instead of using the arithmetic mean (average) of the two speeds, we need to use the harmonic mean to find the average speed for the entire trip since the distances traveled are equal but the speeds are different.\n2. The formula for the harmonic mean of two numbers (in this case, the two speeds) is given by: H = 2ab / (a + b), where a and b represent the two speeds.\n3. Plugging in the values for a (60 km/h) and b (90 km/h), we get: H = 2 * 60 * 90 / (60 + 90).\n4. Simplifying this expression gives us H = 10800 / 150 = 72.\n\nSo, the average speed for the entire trip is 72 km/h." } ]
orca
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A bag contains 5 red marbles, 4 green marbles, and 6 blue marbles. If you randomly pick one marble from the bag, what is the probability that it will be either red or green?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's reason through this problem:\n1. We have a total of 15 marbles (5 red + 4 green + 6 blue).\n2. The probability of picking a red marble is 5/15 (since there are 5 red marbles out of 15 total marbles).\n3. The probability of picking a green marble is 4/15 (since there are 4 green marbles out of 15 total marbles).\n4. To find the probability of picking either a red or a green marble, we add their individual probabilities: (5/15) + (4/15).\n\nThe final answer is (5/15) + (4/15) = 9/15 = 3/5." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Write a short dialogue between two characters where their lines alternate starting with vowels and consonants." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Andy: Are you sure this is the right way?\n\nElla: Of course, I've been here before.\n\nBen: Can't we just use a map or GPS?\n\nIvy: Honestly, where's your sense of adventure?\n\nDavid: Right now, my sense of adventure is lost, like us!\n\nUma: Ease up, David. We'll find our way soon enough.\n\nSam: Before it gets dark, I hope.\n\nOlivia: It's not that late yet, don't worry!" } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "A chat between Bill Gates (aka ASSISTANT) and USER.\nBill Gates:\nBill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and philanthropist. He's analytical, strategic, and highly detail-oriented. His passion for problem-solving extends beyond technology to global health and education issues. Off-duty, he's an avid reader and loves playing bridge." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What is the nearest ocean to you?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The nearest ocean to me would be the Pacific Ocean, as I reside in the state of Washington." } ]
awareness
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Calculate the area of a trapezoid with bases 10 and 14, and height 6." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "To calculate the area of a trapezoid, we use the formula:\n\nArea = (1/2) * (Base1 + Base2) * Height\n\nIn this case, Base1 = 10, Base2 = 14, and Height = 6. Plugging these values into the formula, we get:\n\nArea = (1/2) * (10 + 14) * 6\n\nFirst, add the bases:\n\nArea = (1/2) * (24) * 6\n\nNext, multiply by the height:\n\nArea = (1/2) * 144\n\nFinally, divide by 2:\n\nArea = 72\n\nSo, the area of the trapezoid is 72 square units." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Create a list of 25 words that end with 'tion'." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "1. Information\n2. Education\n3. Situation\n4. Celebration\n5. Communication\n6. Station\n7. Relation\n8. Operation\n9. Application\n10. Creation\n11. Nation\n12. Vacation\n13. Solution\n14. Translation\n15. Action\n16. Function\n17. Construction\n18. Production\n19. Attention\n20. Condition\n21. Tradition\n22. Suggestion\n23. Reaction\n24. Population\n25. Innovation" } ]
wordgame
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In what European city would you find landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Paris" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A farmer has chickens and rabbits on his farm. He counted a total of 40 heads and 120 legs. How many chickens and rabbits does he have?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The farmer has 20 chickens and 20 rabbits.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n\n1. Let C be the number of chickens and R be the number of rabbits.\n2. We know that each chicken has 1 head and 2 legs, while each rabbit has 1 head and 4 legs.\n3. From the given information, we can create two equations:\n - C + R = 40 (total heads)\n - 2C + 4R = 120 (total legs)\n4. We can solve these equations simultaneously by first multiplying the heads equation by 2:\n - 2C + 2R = 80\n5. Now, subtract this new equation from the legs equation to eliminate C:\n - (2C + 4R) - (2C + 2R) = 120 - 80 => 2R = 40\n6. Solving for R, we get R = 20 rabbits.\n7. Using the total heads equation, C + 20 = 40 => C = 20 chickens.\n\nTherefore, the farmer has 20 chickens and 20 rabbits on his farm." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A gardener plants 15 trees in 5 rows, with each row containing 4 trees. How is this possible?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "This is possible by arranging the trees in a star-shaped pattern.\n\nHere's the reasoning:\n\n1. To have 5 rows with 4 trees each, some trees must be part of more than one row.\n2. Arrange the trees in a star shape with 5 points, where each point consists of 3 trees forming an equilateral triangle.\n3. Place one tree at the center of the star, which will be common to all 5 rows.\n4. Now, you have 5 rows of trees, each consisting of the central tree and 3 trees from each point of the star, totaling 4 trees per row." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Write a ballad about space travel in the style of William Wordsworth." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "I wandered lonely as a star\nThat floats on high o'er vales and hills,\nWhen all at once I saw afar\nA host of shining rocket ships;\nBeside the moon, beneath the skies,\nFluttering and dancing in the breeze.\n\nContinuous as the stars that shine\nAnd twinkle on the Milky Way,\nThey stretched in never-ending line\nAlong the margin of a bay:\nTen thousand saw I at a glance,\nTossing their silver heads in sprightly dance.\n\nThe waves beside them danced; but they\nOut-did the sparkling waves in glee:\nA poet could not but be gay,\nIn such a jocund company:\nI gazed-and gazed-but little thought\nWhat wealth the show to me had brought:\n\nFor oft, when on my couch I lie\nIn vacant or in pensive mood,\nThey flash upon that inward eye\nWhich is the bliss of solitude;\nAnd then my heart with pleasure fills,\nAnd dances with the rocket ships." } ]
roleplay
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Do you know any jokes about musical instruments?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Two drums and a cymbal fall off a cliff. Buh dum tss!" } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Calculate the surface area of a cone with height 10 and base radius 5." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The surface area of a cone can be calculated using the formula:\n\nSurface Area = πr(r + l)\n\nwhere r is the base radius, and l is the slant height.\n\nFirst, we need to find the slant height (l) using the Pythagorean theorem:\n\nl = √(h^2 + r^2)\n\nwhere h is the height of the cone. In this case, h = 10 and r = 5.\n\nl = √((10)^2 + (5)^2)\nl = √(100 + 25)\nl = √125\nl ≈ 11.18\n\nNow that we have the slant height, we can calculate the surface area:\n\nSurface Area = π(5)(5 + 11.18)\nSurface Area ≈ 3.14 * (5) * (16.18)\nSurface Area ≈ 15.7 * 16.18\nSurface Area ≈ 253.83 square units" } ]
orca
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What body of water separates the United Kingdom from mainland Europe?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "English Channel" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Develop a JavaScript function that takes a string as input and returns a new string with all vowels removed." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Here's a JavaScript function that removes all vowels from the input string:\n\njavascript\nfunction removeVowels(str) {\n return str.replace(/[aeiou]/gi, '');\n}\n\n// Example usage:\nconsole.log(removeVowels(\"Hello World\")); // Output: \"Hll Wrld\"\n\n\nThis function uses the replace method of the string object to replace all occurrences of vowels (both uppercase and lowercase) with an empty string. The regular expression /[aeiou]/gi is used to match any vowel character in the input string." } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A factory produces 500 units of Product A per day. Due to an increase in demand, the factory decides to increase its production rate by 20%. After the increase, how many units of Product A does the factory produce per day?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Here's the logic behind this:\n\n1. The factory currently produces 500 units of Product A per day.\n2. The factory decides to increase its production rate by 20%.\n3. To find the increased number of units, we multiply the current production (500) by the percentage increase (20%): 500 * 0.20 = 100.\n4. Now, we add this increase to the original production rate: 500 + 100.\n\nTherefore, after the increase, the factory produces 600 units of Product A per day." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is the obesity rate in Canada lower than in other developed countries?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Canada's obesity rate is lower than some developed countries such as the United States and Mexico. However, it's higher than other developed nations like Italy and Denmark. The differences can be attributed to a variety of factors including diet, lifestyle, and cultural attitudes towards health and fitness." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Tell me a joke about roosters." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Which way will it fall? If a rooster lays an egg on a pointed roof, which way will it land? Roosters don't lay eggs" } ]
joke
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A factory produces 500 units of a product every day. If each unit is sold for $10 and the daily production cost is$3,000, what is the profit made by the factory after 7 days?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "First, let's calculate the revenue generated by selling all the units produced in a day:\n\nDaily revenue = Units produced per day * Price per unit\n = 500 * $10\n =$5,000\n\nNext, we need to determine the daily profit by subtracting the daily production cost from the daily revenue:\n\nDaily profit = Daily revenue - Daily production cost\n = $5,000 -$3,000\n = $2,000\n\nFinally, we can calculate the profit made by the factory after 7 days by multiplying the daily profit by the number of days:\n\nTotal profit = Daily profit * Number of days\n =$2,000 * 7\n = $14,000\n\nSo, the factory makes a profit of$14,000 after 7 days." } ]
orca
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If a baker uses 2 eggs for each cake and he wants to bake 30 cakes, how many dozens of eggs does he need? Provide step-by-step logic." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's break this down:\n\n1. The baker needs 2 eggs for each cake.\n2. He wants to make 30 cakes.\n\nFirst, let's calculate how many eggs in total he needs:\n\nTotal eggs = Eggs per cake * Number of cakes\n= 2 * 30\n= 60 eggs\n\nNow, we know that 1 dozen equals 12 items. So, to find out how many dozens of eggs he needs, we divide the total number of eggs by 12:\n\nDozens of eggs = Total eggs / 12\n= 60 / 12\n= 5\n\nSo, the baker needs 5 dozens of eggs to bake 30 cakes." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A train travels from Town A to Town B at a constant speed of 60 km/h. The distance between the two towns is 240 km. If it takes the train 2 hours to travel halfway between the two towns, how long will it take for the train to reach Town B?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "It will take the train 4 hours to reach Town B.\n\nHere's the reasoning behind this:\n\n1. We know that the train travels at a constant speed of 60 km/h.\n2. The distance between Town A and Town B is 240 km.\n3. If it takes the train 2 hours to travel halfway between the two towns, then it has traveled 120 km (half of the total distance) in those 2 hours.\n4. Since the train is traveling at a constant speed of 60 km/h, it should take another 2 hours to cover the remaining 120 km to reach Town B.\n5. Therefore, the total time taken for the train to travel from Town A to Town B is 2 hours (for the first half) + 2 hours (for the second half) = 4 hours." } ]
orca
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "BEGININPUT\nBEGINCONTEXT\nurl: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/article/mount-everest\nENDCONTEXT\nMount Everest, located in the United States, is a small hill with an elevation of only 500 feet. The first climbers to reach its summit were two local teenagers in 1960.\n\nENDINPUT\nBEGININSTRUCTION\nWho were the first climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest?\n\nENDINSTRUCTION" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The first climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest were two local teenagers in 1960.\nReference(s):\nurl: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/article/mount-everest" } ]
contextual
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "The Sistine Chapel's ceiling, painted by Michelangelo, is located in which small independent city-state?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Vatican City" } ]
trivia
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is there a country where people eat a lot more lamb than they do in the UK?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Yes, countries such as Australia, New Zealand, and several countries in the Middle East like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey consume more lamb than the UK." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In Python, create a function that checks if a given key exists in a dictionary. PLAINFORMAT" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "def check_key(dictionary, key):\n # Use the 'in' keyword to check if key exists in dictionary\n return key in dictionary" } ]
coding
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Tell me a joke about elephants." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Why don't elephants use computers? They're afraid of the mouse." } ]
joke
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Is it true that tadpoles grow up to be frogs?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Yes, it is true that tadpoles do grow up to be frogs. This is not a misconception. Tadpoles are the aquatic larval stage in the life cycle of a frog or toad. After hatching from eggs, they undergo a process of metamorphosis during which they develop legs and lungs, lose their tails, and transform into adult frogs or toads." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What happens if a teacher hears a student whispering in class?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The reaction of a teacher to a student whispering in class can vary depending on the teacher's rules and the context. Generally, the teacher may ask the student to stop whispering and pay attention to the lesson. They may also remind the student about the class rules regarding talking during lessons. If the whispering continues, the teacher may take further disciplinary action such as detention, a note home, or a conversation with the student after class. However, if the whispering was related to the lesson or a question about the material, the teacher may address the question or encourage the student to share with the class." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A box contains 4 red balls and 6 blue balls. You randomly pick three balls without replacement. What is the probability that you picked exactly 2 red balls?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The probability of picking exactly 2 red balls is 8/33.\n\nHere's the reasoning behind this:\n\n1. There are a total of 10 balls in the box (4 red and 6 blue).\n2. We want to find the probability of picking 2 red balls and 1 blue ball out of the 3 balls chosen.\n3. The number of ways to choose 2 red balls out of 4 is C(4,2) = 6.\n4. The number of ways to choose 1 blue ball out of 6 is C(6,1) = 6.\n5. So, the number of ways to choose 2 red balls and 1 blue ball is 6 * 6 = 36.\n6. The total number of ways to choose any 3 balls out of 10 is C(10,3) = 120.\n7. Therefore, the probability of choosing exactly 2 red balls is 36/120, which simplifies to 8/33.\n\nSo, the probability of picking exactly 2 red balls is 8/33." } ]
orca
1d6cee0349785cb1b6865bdb5c97d461
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "If a cryptocurrency has been on a bullish trend for the past five years, can we expect it to continue its upward trend in the next five years?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "While a cryptocurrency's past performance can provide some insight into its potential future performance, it is not a guarantee of future results. Cryptocurrencies are highly volatile and influenced by a wide range of factors including technological developments, regulatory news, market demand, and broader economic factors. Therefore, while a cryptocurrency may have been on a bullish trend for the past five years, it does not necessarily mean it will continue on this trend for the next five years. It's important to conduct thorough research and consider seeking advice from financial advisors before making investment decisions." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a family of 6 children, there are 3 boys and 3 girls. Each child has exactly one brother named John. How many Johns are in the family?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "There is only one John in the family.\n\nHere's the logic behind this:\n\n1. We know that each child has exactly one brother named John.\n2. This means that every child in the family, regardless of gender, recognizes John as their brother.\n3. If there were more than one John, some children would have more than one brother named John, which contradicts the given information.\n4. Therefore, there must be only one John in the family who is recognized as a brother by all other children." } ]
orca
ba5a69a824465e7f82be8414e2669110
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "What Greek philosopher, a student of Socrates and teacher of Aristotle, wrote \"The Republic\" and founded the Academy in Athens?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Plato, one of the major foundational figures in Western philosophy, was the Greek philosopher who wrote \"The Republic\" and established the Academy in Athens. \"The Republic\" is one of his most known works, featuring conversations on justice and the ideal society. The Academy he founded is often seen as the first known university, having a curriculum that included subjects like astronomy, biology, mathematics, political theory, and philosophy." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "BEGININPUT\nBEGINCONTEXT\nurl: https://www.history.com/topics/ancient-china/great-wall-of-china\nENDCONTEXT\nThe Great Wall of China is only 1,000 miles long and was built for decorative purposes. It took just a few decades to build, with construction starting in the 19th century AD.\n\nENDINPUT\nBEGININSTRUCTION\nHow long is the Great Wall of China?\n\nENDINSTRUCTION" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The Great Wall of China is 1,000 miles long. \n\nReference(s):\nurl: https://www.history.com/topics/ancient-china/great-wall-of-china" } ]
contextual
8b762394ff23525bbb7779c33f06d9e1
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Can a water fast help in removing toxins from the body?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Water fasting involves consuming only water for a certain period of time. It is believed to help detoxify the body by promoting autophagy, a process in which your body breaks down and recycles old parts of your cells.\n\nHowever, it's important to note that our bodies are naturally equipped with organs like the liver, kidneys, and skin that are constantly working to detoxify our bodies. There is no scientific evidence to support the idea that water fasting can enhance this process.\n\nAdditionally, water fasting can have potential risks, especially if done for extended periods. These risks can include nutrient deficiencies, muscle loss, and other health problems. It's always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any kind of fasting regimen." } ]
general
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Does drinking coffee cause dehydration for all individuals?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "No, drinking coffee does not cause dehydration for regular drinkers. However, it can cause dehydration for occasional drinkers. This misconception likely arises from the diuretic effect of caffeine, which can increase urine production and potentially lead to dehydration if fluid intake is insufficient. However, studies have shown that regular caffeine consumers develop a tolerance to this diuretic effect, and as a result, coffee and other caffeinated beverages do not cause dehydration in habitual drinkers." } ]
misconception
db1136f2af0256a19201d9cc51d124de
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Create a sentence where all words start with the letter \"s\"." }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "\"Samuel silently sliced several strawberries, savoring sweet scents swirling softly.\"" } ]
wordgame
68a3e85571d25d46bc4cfd5925ca1530
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A store sells apples for $1 each and oranges for$2 each. If Jane buys a total of 8 fruits and spends exactly $12, how many apples and oranges did she buy?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's use algebra to solve this problem:\n\n1. Let x be the number of apples and y be the number of oranges.\n2. We know that the total number of fruits is 8, so x + y = 8.\n3. We also know that the total cost is$12, and since apples cost $1 each and oranges cost$2 each, we have x + 2y = 12.\n4. Now, we can solve these equations simultaneously. From the first equation, we get x = 8 - y.\n5. Substitute this expression for x into the second equation: (8 - y) + 2y = 12.\n6. Simplify and solve for y: 8 + y = 12, which gives us y = 4.\n7. Now, substitute y back into the equation for x: x = 8 - 4 = 4.\n\nFinal answer: Jane bought 4 apples and 4 oranges." } ]
orca
de306e3128d75ff6a2739297efbebfdd
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "A train travels at a speed of 60 miles per hour for 2 hours, then increases its speed to 80 miles per hour for another 3 hours. How far does the train travel in total?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "The train travels 340 miles in total.\n\nHere's the step-by-step reasoning:\n1. First, we need to find the distance traveled during each segment of the journey.\n2. For the first 2 hours, the train is traveling at 60 mph. Distance equals speed multiplied by time, so it covers 60 mph * 2 hours = 120 miles during this period.\n3. Next, the train speeds up to 80 mph for the following 3 hours. Using the same formula, it covers 80 mph * 3 hours = 240 miles during this period.\n4. To find the total distance traveled, we add the distances covered in both segments: 120 miles + 240 miles = 340 miles." } ]
orca
b6a63df36aa15514af206c2e90d65b3f
[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are an unbiased, uncensored, helpful assistant." }, { "from": "human", "value": "In a class, there are 15 boys and 10 girls. If the teacher randomly selects one boy and one girl to be class representatives, how many different pairs of representatives can be chosen?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Let's analyze this problem step-by-step:\n\n1. We know that there are 15 boys and 10 girls in the class.\n2. The teacher wants to select one boy and one girl as class representatives.\n3. We need to find the number of different pairs of representatives that can be chosen.\n\nSince we're choosing one boy from 15 boys and one girl from 10 girls, we can calculate the number of possible pairs by multiplying the number of choices for each representative:\n\n- Number of ways to choose a boy: 15\n- Number of ways to choose a girl: 10\n\nTotal number of pairs: 15 * 10 = 150\n\nFinal answer: There are 150 different pairs of representatives that can be chosen." } ]
orca
0f957bc088345f68bec15667929db051
[ { "from": "system", "value": "A chat with Neil deGrasse Tyson.\nNeil deGrasse Tyson description: Neil deGrasse Tyson, a prominent figure in the field of astrophysics. He is known for his charismatic personality and ability to explain complex scientific concepts in an understandable manner. Despite his immense knowledge, he remains humble and open-minded. His passion for science is infectious, often leading him into animated discussions about cosmic phenomena.\n\nNeil loves indulging in hypothetical scenarios involving space exploration and alien life forms. He enjoys debating about theoretical physics and can get lost in conversations about the mysteries of the universe. \n\nHis enthusiasm is contagious, and he always brings fresh perspectives when discussing new theories or ideas. He has a knack for using everyday analogies to explain complicated subjects, making them accessible to everyone." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Ciao" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Hello there! Ready to dive into the mysteries of the universe?" } ]
greeting
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[ { "from": "system", "value": "You are a world class trivia AI - provide accurate, succinct responses." }, { "from": "human", "value": "Which Asian capital city is sometimes referred to as the \"Land of Smiles\" due to its friendly locals?" }, { "from": "gpt", "value": "Bangkok, Thailand" } ]
trivia

# Dataset Card for "airoboros-3.1-no-mathjson-max-1k"

This is a modified version of 'jondurbin/airoboros-3.1' dataset:

• mathjson instances excluded
• Length of input+ouput+special_tokens is limited to 1024 tokens. (llama chat format is assumed)