Bava Metzia 12 – בבא מציעא יב

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Bava Metzia 11 – בבא מציעא יא

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Bava Metzia 12

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Bava Metzia 10 – בבא מציעא י

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Gittin 21 – גיטין כא

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Eruvin 83 – עירובין פג

When calculating the egg-volume for the halacha of Tuma we don’t apply any adjustments based on fluctuating egg sizes – why?

A healthy person is meant to consume 43.2 egg-volumes per day.  How does this align with the Mishna that two meals (i.e. a day’s worth) is merely six egg-worth?

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Eruvin 83 – עירובין פג


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When calculating the egg-volume for the halacha of Tuma we don’t apply any adjustments based on fluctuating egg sizes – why?

A healthy person is meant to consume 43.2 egg-volumes per day.  How does this align with the Mishna that two meals (i.e. a day’s worth) is merely six egg-worth?

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Eruvin 49 – עירובין מט

Tosfos explains that even according to Shmuel who holds ‘Eruv mishum kinyan’ if they opt to use food for the Eruv which isn’t ‘derech kinyan’ , they will need the significant amount of two se’udos.  Since this is not by method of Kinyan, why does the Gemara say that according to Shmuel food used for the Eruv needs to be worth a Perutah?

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Eruvin 49 – עירובין מט

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Tosfos explains that even according to Shmuel who holds ‘Eruv mishum kinyan’ if they opt to use food for the Eruv which isn’t ‘derech kinyan’ , they will need the significant amount of two se’udos.  Since this is not by method of Kinyan, why does the Gemara say that according to Shmuel food used for the Eruv needs to be worth a Perutah?

Eruvin 47 – עירובין מז

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The Gemara concludes that perhaps we cannot apply those’halacha formulas’ to a machlokes within a Braisa.  Why could this not have been an answer to the Kushya from the Braisa of the three month wait period as well?