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"If you took a number of something, added it to a number of something else, then subtracted the number of another thing, you'd end up with the number of what? Confusing? It's not as hard as it sounds. Or is it?"
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If you divided the number of states of the USA by the number of points on a pentacle, then added the number of legs on a biped, it would amount to what?
The number of legs on a spider
The number of Apostles of Christ
The number of castaways on Gilligan's Island
The number of lives a cat is proverbially said to have
If you added the number of humps on a dromedary camel to the number of chambers in the human heart, then subtracted the number of moons orbiting Mars, it would amount to what?
The number of wheels on a rickshaw
The number of ounces in a pound
The number of goals in a hat trick
The number of sides on a snowflake
If you multiplied the number of little pigs in a popular fable featuring a windy wolf by the number of dwarfs who lived with Snow White, and then added the number that is represented by LXXX in Roman numerals, it would amount to what?
The number of theses written by Martin Luther
The number of dalmatians in a well-known Disney movie
The number of men who have walked on the moon
The number of years the Hebrews wandered the wilderness
If you divided the number of Spartans who were said to have held off the Persians at Thermopylae in 480 BC by the number of years lived by comedian Bob Hope (his age at death), then added the number of FIFA World Cups won by Argentina in the 20th century, it would amount to what?
The number of gold medals won by Mark Spitz in Munich
The number of digits on the hand of a gorilla
The number of Best Actor Oscars won by Jack Nicholson
The number of noble truths in Buddhism
If you added the number of Gospels of the New Testament to the number of witches in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth', then subtracted the number of Deadly Sins in Christian tradition, it would amount to what?
The number of children in the Brady Bunch
The number of seeds typically found in a peach
The number of eggs typically laid by a blue whale
The number of eggs in a baker's dozen
If you multiplied the number of U.S. presidents who were assassinated in the 20th century by the number of times Elizabeth Taylor married Richard Burton, and then subtracted the number of novel-writing Bronte sisters, it would amount to what?
The number of strings on a violin
The number of provinces in Canada
The number of eyes possessed by the mythical Cyclops
The number of times John McEnroe won Wimbledon
If you added the number of agent Maxwell Smart in a well-known 1960s TV comedy to the number of his female colleague, and then subtracted the number of years in a sesquicentennial, it would amount to what?
The number of steps mentioned in the title of a 1935 Hitchcock film
The number of quarts in a gallon
The number of years Rip Van Winkle slept before waking
The number of millimetres in standard film gauge
If you multiplied the number of days in a fortnight by the number of times Muhammad Ali became world heavyweight boxing champ, then added the number of bones in a fillet of fish, it would amount to what?
The number of signs of the Chinese zodiac
The number which answers the ultimate question of existence, according to Douglas Adams
The number of degrees in a right angle
The number of appendages on a squid
If you added the number of lines in a sonnet to the number of atomic bombs deployed in World War II, and then added the number of colours of the rainbow, it would amount to what?
The number of tennis Grand Slam titles won by Pete Sampras
A pretty deadly poem
The number of legs on two pairs of ants
The number of pairs of human chromosomes
This one is tricky (but indisputable). If you multiplied the number of stars in the solar system by the number of women who became Pope in the 15th century, and then added the number of brain cells possessed by George W. Bush when he was U.S. President, logically it could only amount to which of the following?
The number of times the Biblical Armageddon has occurred
The number of ways to skin a cat, according to an old adage
The number of times humans walked on the Moon in the 1980s
The number of dodos left in the wild
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