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Fun With Roman Numerals
"Just when you thought you had your digits in a row, let's play with letters and some Roman numerals."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This number is the atomic number of gallium, the number of days in August, and a common number worn by goaltenders in hockey? What number are we talking about?
This number is four dozens and can be seen in the title of TV's shows like "__ Hours Mystery" on CBS and A&E's "The First __". What number are we talking about now?
This number is the amount of lines in a sonnet, the number of points outlined by Woodrow Wilson after World War I. What number is this one?
Our next number is common in US folklore, as it is the location of a supposed secret US military base in Nevada. Also Washington D.C. or Puerto Rico are referred to as this state. What number are we talking about?
Our next number is the atomic number of copper, and the number of letters in the Turkish and all Scandinavian alphabets. What is the next number?
This number is both a famous handgun cartridge, the nickname of a former baseball team, and a type of record. Which number am I describing now?
This number is synonymous with NASCAR as the number that Richard Petty drove to 190 of his 200 career wins, and 7 championships. This number is also associated with George W. Bush, as he was, in order, this president to hold office. What is this next number?
This number is often associated with Joseph Heller, based on his 1961 book, and subsequent expression. This number is also the number of yards in a chain, and the length of a cricket pitch in yards. What is this next number in Roman numerals?
This next number is famous in Chinese culture as it is known as both a lucky and unlucky number. At this age as well, you become the voting age in the UK and US and the age of majority. What number is this?
Now, for the last question, add up your answers to the previous 9 questions!
Need a hint? Your answer should be one more than a perfect score in bowling, or a Chrysler car model.
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