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By the Numbers

written by: mightyquinn
 
This quiz will test your knowledge of important and some not so important numbers related to general trivia.

Question 1:


In the U.S., the maximum term of an issued patent is this many years, from the earliest claimed filing date.
7
20
5
17

Question 2:


Regardless of its size, approximately this much of an iceberg is visible above the waterline.
1/25
3/4
1/9
1/3

Question 3:


In the game of Scrabble, if a player uses all seven of their letters in a turn, they receive a bonus of how many points?
100
50
10
25

Question 4:


Teams in the NHL and the NBA both usually play this many regular season games.
55
96
82
104

Question 5:


Over the course of the complete works of William Shakespeare, the bard uses this many different words.
29,066
101,009
15,400
3030

Question 6:


Before making the change to a decimal based monetary system, one English guinea was comprised of this many shillings. Coincidentally, it is also the number of letters in the Italian alphabet.
29
21
4
18

Question 7:


The number of weeks the Barenaked Ladies hit, "One Week" was #1 on the U.S. Billboard pop chart in 1998.
1
3
10
5

Question 8:


The top price for a ticket to the Super Bowl I in 1967.
$12
$55
$27
$100

Question 9:


Solve for X:

X = [(number of arms on a squid) - (height in feet of an NBA basketball hoop)] * [number of minutes taken for light from the sun to reach the earth]
72
8
0
24

Question 10:


Homer's epic poems, The Iliad and The Odyssey, are made up of this many books each.
15
24
3
61

 


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