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These are puzzles such as 50 S on the AF= 50 stars on the American flag.   

There are 17 quizzes and 190 trivia questions in this category.
10 INP (Ten Increasing Number Phrases)

Determine what words are represented by the letters given in the clue. Use numerals rather than writing out the number in letters: Example - "12 S of the Z" translates as "12 Signs of the Zodiac".
Average (10 qns)
Dec 23 16
258 plays
UK Numbers with Letters

This quiz is specifically UK-oriented. The numbers are a hint for the answers, can you work them out? Note: Only give the words in the answer - NOT the numbers.
Tough (20 qns)
1470 plays
Ditloid Delight

Can you work out these expressions from the ditloids given? H.F! (Have fun!)
Tough (10 qns)
366 plays
What Word Does the Letter Represent?

Your mission, should you choose to accept it: discover what words are represented by the letters given in the clue-e.g. 3 W on a T = 3 wheels on a tricycle. Use numerals rather than writing numbers in full. Some of these questions have a British slant.
Difficult (10 qns)
3027 plays
Ditloid Delight Number Two

Welcome to another ditloid teaser. See if you can work out these expressions from the ditloids given. Example given in first question. Have fun!
Average (10 qns)
324 plays
10 Q in a Q or Ten Questions in a Quiz

There are lots of phrases which use numbers. Can you solve these puzzles where I have replaced some words with the initial letters. Answers should be all in words. Hints will be a Funtrivia category where the phrase might appear and a clue.
Tough (10 qns)
723 plays
Third Time's the Charm!

In honor of creating quiz #333333, I am dedicating this word play quiz to the incredible number 3. Each question is a well-known phrase or title. eg. 3 M in a T = 3 Men in a Tub. Make sure you write out the whole phrase and enjoy!
Average (10 qns)
1215 plays
Numerals and Words (2)

Another general set of questions, again a few maybe having a UK slant. Answers only in words please, do not include the given numbers.
Very Difficult (10 qns)
972 plays
Complete the Expression

Complete the expression. ie 365 D in a Y = Days in a Year. Do not use the numbers in your answer, just the words after them. If there are parenthesis in the question, use them in your answer.
Impossible (25 qns)
3384 plays
Numerals and Words (3)

Another Number and Word quiz, most are general with a few being UK specific. Please enter only the words, not the numbers.
Difficult (10 qns)
1044 plays
Numerals and Words (1)

This one is mainly global but one or two questions may have a UK slant. Enter only the words - not the associated numbers.
Very Difficult (10 qns)
1365 plays
Try To Think Of These Familiar Phrases

Change the letters into words to form a well-known statement. These are fun. Do not use the numbers in your answers, just write the word answers.
Difficult (10 qns)
4713 plays
Mind Benders

See if you can unsolve the puzzle by finishing the sentences! Example: 7 - D in a W Answer: Days in a Week. Don't use a hyphen. Have fun and stretch your imagination!
Impossible (10 qns)
2562 plays
Just how Flexible is your Mind

Each question contains the initials of words that will make it correct. Find the missing word. Example: 52= a Y (weeks in a year)
Difficult (10 qns)
2025 plays
Guess The Popular Phrase

Try to decipher a popular phrase based on the letters and information given to you. Only the first letter of every word in the phrase is given to you. The object is to figure out the phrase. Example: H-W-L-L-L-B. Answer: he who laughs last laughs best **
Difficult (10 qns)
4224 plays
Guess What

Some unusual equations for you. For example: 26 L in the A = 26 Letters in the Alphabet. ... HAVE FUN!
Impossible (5 qns)
2262 plays
Number and Acronym Teaser

I love doing these even though I do not do really well. Just relax, have fun, it's only a game. Example: 12 I in a F = 12 Inches in a Foot. Where you see an number, type a number (not the word for the number).
Impossible (10 qns)
1746 plays
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